Wacom Intuos4 Wireless Review

Wacom Intuos4 Wireless Pen Tablet
  • Active Area - 8.05 x 5.0
  • Pressure Levels - 2048
  • Advanced Pen Tip Sensor
  • ExpressKeys
  • Finger-Sensitive Input - user-defined Touch Ring controls up to four functions

Wacom have now introduced another innovation to their already amazing product line of industry standard, flagship graphics tablets – the Intuos4 Wireless.

This new model retains all of the same features and benefits as the other ‘wired” Intuos models, but now sports Bluetooth connectivity between the computer and itself.

The tablet will work at a range of up to 10 meters (33 feet) from your computer and still give you the option to plug in via USB if need be. It also charges the batteries in the tablet whilst USB connected too, so no fiddling around with replacement AA’s in the middle of your latest creation.

As with the other Intuos4 pads, the new wireless version features the touch ring to let you quickly select options or applications as well as OLED enabled buttons that display quick access features, right at your fingertips.

With this new model, Wacom have raised their game again and I expect we will see no more physically tied models apart from the lower end Bamboo Fun type products. Being able to sit with the tablet on your lap makes total sense and will help traditional artists move to a digital medium.

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