Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos4 Large (PTK-840)
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2 weeks ago
Summary: Looks just Like the original and installed very easily. The mat has an adhesive back that's pretty simple to line up. My old mat was scratched and I was pretty upset. This takes a couple weeks to ship since it's from Japan but it's the only place I could find this.
Excerpt: I've tried to use my Intuos 5 tablet and pen to do "normal" PC activities like file management, copying and pasting text etc since users of the Wacom all kind of said you have to "put your mouse away" and just use the tablet to get totally familiar with it.
Cons: Inaccurate Tracking, Not A Fully Ms Mouse Repl
Excerpt: Great having a 5-button mouse for use with my tablet. And the new Wacom preference panel lets me program the 4 button, scroll wheel and scroll wheel click independently for any application I want. Super useful for my Final Cut Pro, Photoshop, Quicktime, Safari and Finder applications.
Excerpt: It's much more ergonomically attuned than the default pen that comes with tablet(s), the other is good but this is much better and it fits my hand (in glove size would be a mens large).My only complaint is the buggy software that wacom has for customizing buttons, maybe it's limited to mac OS but...
Excerpt: It's the smoothest mouse interaction out there, making fine movements easy. Love the various buttons, wheel etc. Wish the pads were replaceable. And the inside easier to get at to clean as I've had to buy a replacement every year.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Comfortable Design, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly, Great Features
Excerpt: It does what it was designed to do and it works fine. However, ergonomically it is a disaster. It is too small and slippery. The scroll wheel is also slippery and too recessed so that often my finger slips over the surface rather than actually turning the wheel.
Pros: Accurate Tracking, Fast Response, Glides Smoothly