Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos5 Touch M Pen&Touch (PTH-650)
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Worked great for about a year but then the USB connection broke completely. (Work around).
26 January 2014
Summary: Others have mentioned the USB issue in their reviews some even discuss a repair. Ours was a newer model, which seemed to break in a different fashion. I thought I'd tell about our work around to the USB connection failing. 2 other purchases made the tablet work again in wireless mode.
Summary: Alright so I ordered a large Intuos 5 tablet since my White Wacom Bamboo Fun was a large and it fit in my lap perfectly for when I would draw. I was astounded when I opened the package and found such a massive device, one that would need an entire desk and not just my lap.
Summary: im REALLY mad right now, but im not very bias, so ill still give it 3 stars, but seriously? i havent been drawing much lately because every time i want to i plug in my tablet aaaaaand, no lights...
Summary: I got the Intuos5 to replace my old Intuos2 (mainly because my pen fell apart and I couldn't replace it). The nimble, responsive functionality is as I expected from Wacom, but -- like others have voiced before me -- I was disappointed in the pen nibs because they wear down *very* rapidly.
Summary: I've used Wacom tablets for a loooooooong time. Not as long as others, but longer than most; since ArtPad. I still have my old ArtPad. It uses serial bus and external power... and the whole drawing surface is active. Since when did this change?
Beautiful tablet but such a PAIN to get the drivers to work!!!
Brian S, Amazon
30 January 2013
Summary: The tablet looks great but the drivers completely suck... The ones on the disk don't work, the new version on the wacom site doesn't work, and it takes hours to figure out how to get it to work... I found this link [...] and was finally able to get this thing to work properly!
Summary: I recently got an Intuos5 large to replace an Intuos4 large. 1) I like the surface. I never used the second gen I4 surface but the original was very scratchy to me. I also had a special edition intuos1 and although the I5 is not as smooth as that it's not bad.
Summary: After many months Wacom finally has drivers that work reasonably well. However, I maintain my disappointment with the hardware. My first disappointment is that Wacom includes the standard fat stylus with the silicone rubber sleeve.