Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos4 Wireless (PTK-540)
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Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless Graphics Tablet Review
16 December 2011
Excerpt: The Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless (Bluetooth) tablet is designed for photographers, designers, illustrators, graphic designers and even those who suffer from RSI from using a mouse. Here we test the Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless model which comes with a Meet the Masters 10 hour DVD.
Pros: Customisable buttons, Allows the use of Photoshop without having to use the keyboard, Precision mode works really well, Scroll / Rotary Wheel really useful, Doesn't take long to get used to
Cons: Wireless model is the same price as the A4 model
Excerpt: At first glance, the Intuos 4 Wireless looks virtually identical in appearance and design to the Intuos 4 Medium that Digital Photo reviewed last year in the July 2009 issue. Only when you start to take a closer look and turn the Bluetooth-enabled tablet on its side do you start to notice the differences‘¦ The tablet's working active area is smaller along the longest edge compared to the Intuos 4 Medium and placing it on a desk alongside its predecessor revealed a slight...
Excerpt: If you've used the Intuos 3, the first thing you'll notice is the Touch Strip and ExpressKey buttons on each side of the tablet that have been replaced by a single row of buttons and a Touch Ring. While this might seem like a drawback at first, especially for left handed users, Wacom has addressed this by making the tablet reversible. There are two USB ports on the tablet, one for right hand, the other for left hand orientation.
Conclusion: There is no doubt in my mind that an awful lot of time has gone in to the development of the Wacom Intuos4 , making it as good as it can be. It’s simply a necessity for any graphic designer, illustrator, and any other profession that requires the input of drawings on the computer, as I don’t believe that there is a better way than this to accomplish such a task.