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Wacom Intuos Small Graphics Drawing Tablet, includes Training & Software
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Wacom Intuos Small Graphics Drawing Tablet, includes Training & Software

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Wacom Intuos pen tablet has been designed for those who are getting started drawing, painting or photo editing with their Mac, PC, Chromebook or select Android smartphones/tablets. Whether it’s the light super-accurate pen, the stylish design, the included software or online tutorials, Wacom Intuos is all you need to get creative digitally. Wacom Intuos can also be used to easily write, edit or convey ideas to in education or remote work settings. This product works with devices capable of running the latest version of Chrome OS. Google is not responsible for the operation of this product or its compliance with safety requirements. Chromebook is a trademark of Google LLC.

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Manufacturer: ‎Wacom Technology Corporation

Variants: Pistachio Medium Wireless Tablet, Black Medium Wireless Tablet, Pistachio Small Wireless Tablet, Black Small Tablet, Black Small Wireless Tablet, Black Small Wireless Tablet + Tablet 8.3 x 5.7 Inches

Dimensions: ‎7.87 x 6.3 x 0.35 inches

Weight: ‎8.2 ounces

Brand: Wacom

Connectivity Technology: USB

Pressure Sensitivity: 4096 Levels

Operating System: Android,Windows

Special Feature: Pen

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As someone who was looking for a tablet that would provide a lag-free and user-friendly experience, I was drawn to the Wacom Intuos Medium Bluetooth Graphics Drawing Tablet. And I must say, it has surpassed my expectations in every way. Right out of the box, I could tell that Wacom put a lot of thought into designing a tablet that's both functional and visually appealing. The sleek and slim profile makes it portable and aesthetically pleasing, but what really impressed me is the performance. The connectivity via Bluetooth ensures a clutter-free workspace, and the setup process was a breeze. The tablet was quickly recognized by my system, and I was able to get started without any unnecessary hassles. What sets this tablet apart is its responsiveness. I was eager to test the claim of a lag-free experience, and the Wacom Intuos delivered. Drawing, sketching, and illustrating felt fluid and natural, as if I was working with traditional media. The pressure sensitivity is on point, allowing for precise control and a wide range of artistic expressions. The learning curve was surprisingly minimal. The included software and tutorials were helpful in getting acquainted with the tablet, but even without them, the intuitive interface makes navigation and customization easy for both beginners and professionals. Battery life is also commendable. I can work for long hours without worrying about constantly recharging the tablet. It's another aspect that adds to the overall ease of use and convenience. In conclusion, the Wacom Intuos Medium Bluetooth Graphics Drawing Tablet is a must-have for anyone looking to explore digital art or enhance their existing skills. Its combination of flawless performance, ease of use, and attractive design make it a valuable investment for artists of all levels. Whether you're a seasoned artist or just starting out, the Wacom Intuos offers a perfect blend of performance and simplicity. It has made my artistic endeavors more enjoyable and efficient, and I'm confident it will do the same for you. Highly recommended!
5out of 5
I used this tablet to write notes in MS OneNote during the Pandemic, It worked great. I loved having the action keys to quickly undo strokes or to select a large amount of notes. The pen has pressure sensitivity meaning that you can change the width of your strokes. I also used this for Osu! and it works great! It has a feature where you can map your screen to a smaller section of the pad meaning that you can make your wrist movements as big or as small as you want. It has an easy install process and works with a lot of different laptops.
First off I am not an artist. I do a little of everything Adobe AI, photoshop, writing, drawing, signatures, annotating documents, basic coding, scripts, etc. I recently changed companies and went from Apple to Windows and have been missing some of the peripherals. I was originally looking for a keyboard/trackpad combo that would allow me to kickback(feet on desk), stand up, or be upright and take my interface with me, something different. I landed on drawing tablets and found many reviews of people who switched from a mouse and I was intrigued. I have a 34" monitor & 2 22" monitors(the basics.) The bigger the screen you have the bigger the tablet you need and they quickly get expensive. I ordered the XP-Pen Star05v2 & the Wacom Intuos Wireless Medium. Unboxing: The Wacom is much like opening an new iPhone. You get nice packaging, the device, and a charging cable. The texture and quality of the device is lovely. You find yourself liking it before you have even used it. Setup: Setup was super easy, I downloaded the software, and connected the device within a couple of minutes. First impression: At first it feels really weird at first…when you hover & move the pen over the tablet it moves the mouse. Tapping the tablet is like a mouse click. The pen/tablet is mapped 1:1 to your screen(s). If you go to the top right of the tablet the mouse goes directly to the top right of your screen. You can map the tablet to a specific screen so you have more space to draw on the tablet. You can also turn off the 1:1 mapping by putting the tablet in mouse mode. This is what I did to make the transition easier. However if you want to draw, sign documents, etc you really need to be in drawing/tablet mode. Otherwise your writing looks just like it would using a mouse. I setup some of the shortcuts in the software. I put the tablet back in tablet mode and tried Adobe AI and doing some of my work, diagrams, and did some drawings/writing. Usability: The tablet is superb for drawing, writing, design, & precision. I also liked that I could put it in my lap and scroll through web pages, applications, etc. However it just isn't quick enough for me. Perhaps one of the models with the dial and additional buttons would work. Conclusion: This unit is nice and if drawing & design were my primary function I would love it. I think I will try one of the other models with the dial. Probably the XP-Pen Pro as the Wacom Intuos Pro is just too expensive for my needs. I think a magic keyboard, magic trackpad, with the bridge would work perfectly for my needs, but I'm still using Windows primarily and not willing to pay for yearly software to make everything work.
November 24, 2023
5out of 5
I've had basic Wacom tablets in the past, so when I wanted to get a tablet for my 10 year old, I figured Wacom would be a good place to start. This Intuos tablet is great for beginner levels and I'm sure it would be good for semi-pros, or people who dont mind not having the drawing on the tablet its self. Very user friendly, the pen is comfortable to hold and comes with extra bits. The screen space is small, yet easy to maneuver. I like how the hot-keys are easy to set and change if need be. The reaction time is good when navigating the computer. I do wish this one came with a pen holder, but setting it in the grooved hotkeys is fine. When looking up Wacoms, I was honestly shocked at the price of the intuos. I thought I would be spending a few hundred dollars for something close to this quality, yet this one is very affordable and doesn't feel cheap. All in all I am very happy with it, and so is my child.