Excerpt: I’ve been using this model of Wacom for some time now and I must admit I am pretty happy with the product. It very different compared to my previous drawing tablet which was a Genius one. It didn’t have pressure and tilt sensitivity and my drawings always looked a …
Summary: I bought this pre-owned. While the surface has a scratch or two (from previous use) the tablet works fine and is a huge step up form my Intuos 3. The macro keys on the sides are huge convenience once they're programmed.
Nib wears out fast, but otherwise almost indestructible
19 December 2013
Summary: Background: I'm a product designer currently using a Intuos5 Medium for work. In my own time, I use an Intuos4 for my personal projects, and have been using this for quite a number of years. As others have mentioned, nib wear is horrendous on the intuos4.
Summary: I draw things with this. It is good at its job. I am not. Sometimes I look at it from across the room and then stab my leg with a fork in self-loathing for how little talent I have considering the tools and software I have available to me.
Summary: I got mine back in 2011 and it's still going strong. My job entails that I switch between different distribution centers so this thing has never just sat on my desk, it has been slapped, dropped, compressed in a backpack and even watered on! (in which I immediately blow dry it).
Summary: I absolutely adore my new tablet. Everything came as promised (no missing pieces), and the surface is scratch free. I couldn't even tell it wasn't brand spanking new. Even the complimentary software was usable (something I wasn't looking forward to was contacting Wacom to get the software bonuses),...