Reviews and Problems with Wacom Intuos Pro S / PTH-451
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Compact, perfect for a freelancer or for limited desk space
Designer, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I used to use the medium but based on the wear pattern I decided that I wanted a smaller device footprint. Perfect size to throw in the laptop bag. The rechargeable battery is useful. The wireless feature is nice but can be slightly laggy at times.
Excerpt: On Day 5 of using the tablet and likely going to give up on it. The tablet seems like a good idea but using it is proving too difficult for me, even though I usually adapt to new technology easily. Too many simple tasks, such as selecting and opening files, are proving difficult.
Excerpt: I've been using off brand tablet for few years before I finally purchase Wacom Intuos Pro Small version. Honestly, what was I waiting for such a long time to get this product? It's simply amazing!! It has more options to customize it to your work flow. Wireless option is mind blowing.
Excerpt: I am a professional photographer and retouching pictures is my job. I have bought Wacom Intuos Pro Professional Pen & Touch Tablet and I can't stop myself retouching because it was so comfortable and easy to use. It is a perfect tool for any pro.
Excerpt: I was unsure about getting the medium Intuos vs. the small Pro, and I'm so happy I bought the small. My main use is for post processing of photos, and some light video editing, and this tablet is perfect. I have limited amount of room on my desk, and this fits perfect.
Excerpt: I use this for editing my photos in Photoshop. It gives you great control, especially with brush size and flow that you can't get from a mouse. It does take several edits to get use to it, but it's well worth it.
Excerpt: Almost every user of a Wacom tablet agrees that there is a learning curve. Trying to use the tablet for anything but Photoshop has proved useless to me. However, it has shown its potential for vastly improving my work with Photoshop - once I get past the learning curve.