Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos4 Small (PTK-440)
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Wacom Intuos4 Graphics Tablet Small
25 July 2014
Excerpt: As a frequent user of Photoshop and a self-taught anime artist/sketcher, I had been recommended many times to purchase a graphics tablet. So, after a little research, I decided to spend a little more money and buy a Wacom tablet, which are the “big name” in graphics tablet. …
Summary: I don't need anything else, this is fabulous. It doesn't lag, it's got ample space for drawing imo (but I have always drawn with my hand in a rather small space or fixed position, so this might not apply to everyone), and it's very accurate.
Summary: The tablet itself seems to be working fine (though I can't really say, since I cannot use it) but the software installed and I hooked it up to my computer with no trouble. The trouble is the pen they sent me is broken.
Why I will never go back to a mouse/trackpad when using Photoshop.
25 April 2013
Summary: I've been observing a variety of photographers editing their photos on YouTube and other sites. The ones that impressed me the most were always using the Wacom Intuos4 and also recommended it. I am very glad I took the same route as them by purchasing this tablet.
Summary: I have written 2 reviews in my life. Once for Officejet 7500A, and another for a bag of almonds. Both were because I felt strong hate for this world and the company that sold those items to me.
Excellent purchase but Wacom Software not up to Snuff
Dan S. Tong "avid SF reader", Amazon
31 March 2013
Summary: The pricing of this refurbished slightly older model (Wacom PTK440 Black Intuos4 Small Pen Tablet) is excellent. It arrived looking brand new with all of the parts as described. My lack of total satisfaction is only with Wacom's Configuration software. Back 3-4 generations ago it was much better.
Summary: For background, I owned a Wacom Graphite tablet and never really figured out how to use it. The slick surface and cheap pen made it difficult to draw with any precision. Later I bought a HP tm2 convertible laptop with a Wacom pen attachment and that worked much better.
Summary: Let's see..... The Intuos came a week yearly, due to come july 30th. It's july 23rd 2012. Some how it came in three days from my order on july 20th. No big deal right. It's everything I expected down to the complications with the software bundle, hahaha, I kind of care a little bit but it's free, so...
Summary: I ordered one of these tablets in the past based on the price at that time, although I was a bit hesitant because it said "refurbished" in the name. It was my first tablet so suffice to say I was concerned about not getting the "real thing" or value for my money.
Summary: I'm a part-time comic book illustrator and decided to go all-digital to speed up my work flow. I owned a Graphire4 since probably 2003 and figured it was time for an upgrade. I'm glad I did despite some negative reviews about the nibs wearing down, because this tablet is definitely a game-changer.