Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos4 Large (PTK-840)
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Absolutely necessary for Intuous Tablet
victrolux, B&H Photo
27 February 2015
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 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
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...
Summary: The tablet has a great feel and performs well. The construction is sleek and resilient, feel great in the hand, and is very responsive. I had used the Intuos once before, and decided to get one for myself for a project I'm working on.
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.
Excerpt: It lasted longer than I thought it would. I use the mouse and the pen about the same amount of time. The pens works great for correction images with photoshop, illustrator, and InDesign. I use the mouse for internet and e-mail. I love the pen and mouse because they need no batteries.