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...
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Intuos 3, the first thing you'll notice is the Touch Strip and ExpressKey buttons on each side of the tablet that have been replaced by a single row of buttons and a Touch Ring.
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...