Wacom Intuos Pro Small in depth Review and setup
Today Wacom announced an additionto the Intuos pro line of tablets and added the small size.
The intuos pro small is a great addition to the lineup (Medium and Large – review here because it’s small and portable, while packing the punch of its larger siblings. I love to use the small Intros pro when traveling and its great to fit on a podium or table while speaking at events.
Check out my review where I show all the features as well as an in-depth tutorial on how to set up a Wacom tablet to get the full functionality out of it.
This new, smaller tablet really earns the moniker: Pro, as it has the full range of pressure and comes with the latest pro pen 2 as well as working as a multi-touch trackpad at the same time. Check out my review video and see it in action.
Main new features of the Wacom Intuos Pro Small
- Wacom Pro Pen 2
- 269 x 170 x 8 mm / 10.6 x 6.7 x 0.3 in
- 8,192 pen pressure levels
- 6 ExpressKeys™
- Built-in Bluetooth connectivity
The Pro pen 2 and the base.
Overall this is a great tablet and has the same feel as the rest of the Wacom Intros pro line. The size is small enough to take anywhere and at less than $250 USD its really worth it.
Note: The Small doesn’t work with the paper edition and the touch ring can only be set to a single function at a time. Apart for that, all the features are the same.
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