Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos4 Large (PTK-840)
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If you travel with your Wacom, you need this case
Rescue2inVB, B&H Photo
23 October 2015
Excerpt: I use my Wacom Pro tablet at the office and at home. I tried stuffing it into a Laptop bag -> No dice. I found this case and my life is a lot easier. Carries tablet, pen and cable without any problems, but not much else. I would still be careful using this case since the padding is very thin.
Summary: I LOVE the Wacoms. This is my second one. But the wireless is less than I had hoped for. After finally getting the wireless set up (which was a pain), it lags. It always works better when it's plugged in.
Excerpt: The pen itself works very well, but if you own an older version of Photoshop (CS5 or below), you should be aware that if your brush is not a "bristle brush," the brush cursor ("ghost") does not rotate in real time when you rotate the pen's barrel, so you can't see what your brush is going to look...
Excerpt: Would have liked something a little more rigid to protect the surface. Also, the pen base doesn't really fit well. It's more for storing the tablet itself than the accessories. Cool case though.
Summary: See 1/24/2014 Update below: I purchased the Wacom 4 wireless three years ago for my 2010 iMac. I use it primarily with Photoshop CS5. When it works correctly, it is great. But, it rarely works correctly, and this has been an intermittent problem from day 1.
Excerpt: I use this for my Wacom Intuos5 Large tablet. It fits snug, hugs the tablet.
Its a soft case, so its not highly durable against pressure if any should be placed on it. Protects against scratches – a plus.
Has a couple of pockets inside, one large, one medium 40/60 style.