Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos Pro L / PTH-851
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Love my Intuos Pro
DR Graphics, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: I replaced my old Wacom graphic tablet of 15 years, with the large Intuos Pro Pen & Touch Tablet. The high resolution and touch features make navigation and editing faster and easier. I'm not sure that I needed the large tablet but it's nice to have the extra work area if you have the desk space. I wish I would have upgraded years ago.
Pros: Easy To Customize, High Resolution, Large Work Area, Touch Navigation, User Defined Fn Keys, Web Browsing
Summary: Size does matter, as they say. If you don't have a lot of room on your desk for this... you are going to be VERY crowded. I would suggest you DO measure your work area and make sure there is room. That said, I'm glad I got this instead of the 651. The extra space is something I will use.
Pros: This thing has LOTS of room for your gestures and your work. I find it very responsive. I'm getting used to the gestures already, and actually believe I'll be able to put the mouse aside all but full time now.
Cons: I was annoyed that the replacement nibs listed in the features were not, in fact, included in the package. They are also not shown in the photos of the product. I don't know if they are missing... or if the listing is wrong. In either case, it was the one downer on an otherwise very happy unboxing.
Excerpt: I mostly got this for doing post production in photo shop but found myself going into autodesk sketchbook to just freehand. Great sense of freedom to draw anything I want and have the tools right there by my side. So much like back in the day when I would sketch on paper using a pencil!
Pros: App Availablity, Battery Life, Easy To Customize, Screen
Excerpt: I wanna say that B&H is great on packaging and delivery time, a day early to boot. I paint in PhotoshopCC and Painter12 and the large tablet is so much better than the other sizes, which reduced my hand fatigue. Nice surface texture too. It is customizable in anyway I know of: multiple touch gestures, hotkeys, orientation (left/right/up/down), mapping for my 2 monitors or screen toggling, et cetera.
Pros: Battery Life, Cordless Option Is Nice, Easy To Customize, Reduced Hand Fatigue
and I must say I am very pleased. Integrated fabulously with Adobe programs
11 July 2014
Summary: my first tablet purchase, and I must say I am very pleased. Integrated fabulously with Adobe programs, as far as being able to custom-program short keys for various functions (i.e. command button, or undo function, etc). Sensitivity of the pen is just perfect and easy to get used to.
Excerpt: I've been using Wacom tablets for almost 20 years, and this is by far the best one I've used. A nice large workspace with hot keys, scroll wheel built in, and having the option to go wireless is incredibly handy. Their products have always let me work at the speed of thought, and each time I upgrade, it becomes better and better.