Summary: Refurbished very well, like a new product.Works great, and the small active area is not an issue. The actual device is fairly large for the active size. Very flexible, and customizable. Take a while to get used to, but you will not a need mouse after having one. A must have for anyone wanting to retouch photos.
Excerpt: I previously owned one of Wacom's Bamboo models with half the sensitivity as this Intuos Pro. This is a phenomenal tool for the photographer interested in fine detail retouching and creating beautiful photographs. Consider the small Intuos Pro if you're a photographer. The larger tablets are better suited to the needs of graphic designers.
Excerpt: I love this thing. I own the largest of an older model wacom tablet and for transportation purposes I decided to invest in the small wireless model. This thing rocks. the size is not a problem for me whatsoever and I really dig how great this thing works. I have yet to experience any kind of lag or anything. awesome product and I highly recommend it to anyone in the design/photography industry.
Excerpt: I debated a long time whether or not I should purchase a pen/tablet for use with editing my photos. I finally gave in and decided to give it a shot. WOW! Doing photo touch up work is so much easier with this tablet than with a mouse or a trackpad. I'll never give it up my tablet! Installation and setup was a snap on my Mac. You can easily customize the tablet controls globally and/or by specific programs.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Great Cursor Control
Excerpt: This was a gift from my dad after I recommended I would like to have one of these because I was learning photoshop. I was completely fine with a mouse and key board and didn't think that there would be much of a difference. After the first time using it however, I can saw I wont edit in Photoshop or lightroom without it. It is so much more accurate. It is not easy to use and I got used to it within a day.
Aaron Nace does a great job teaching how to use Photoshop in conjunction with ...
P DA P, Amazon
28 February 2015
Summary: If you're interested in this tablet, check out this YouTube channel (Phlearn). Aaron Nace does a great job teaching how to use Photoshop in conjunction with the Wacom Tablet. My Small Tablet seems like a normal size (about as big as a mouse pad).