While I wait for my new Wacom Intuos4 to get here, I thought I would share the product description and photo that was on my Amazon Vine list.
Amazon hasn’t put up a product page for the Intuos4 yet, and Wacom hasn’t added anything to their website, so this is pretty much the only information that exists:
“The medium Intuos4 tablet is the most popular and versatile choice among creative professionals. With 48.5 square inches of working area, this tablet provides ample workspace for most tablet users. The medium size is built with eight ExpressKeys and illuminated ExpressKey displays that provide easy reference to your assigned functions. Like all Intuos4 tablets, the Intuos4 medium features Wacom?s new tip sensor technology to deliver an even finer level of control. You can initiate pen pressure control with near-zero starting pressure and a feather-light touch. With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity and 60 degrees of tilt recognition, the Intuos4 pen simulates like never before the natural feel and accuracy of working with traditional brushes, pens, and markers. Improve your workflow and productivity, while enabling creative expression in numerous professional software applications. With the purchase of any Intuos4 tablet, you can participate in the Intuos4 bundled software download program. Intuos4 purchasers are eligible to download the following valuable software applications for free: Wacom Brushes 3.0., Nik® Color Efex Pro? WE6, and Corel® Painter? Sketch Pad. In addition, Intuos4 owners may choose between Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 7 for the PC, Adobe® Photoshop® Elements 6 for the Mac, or Autodesk® SketchBook Express® 2010. Actual offer may vary. Professional photographers, designers and artists agree: Intuos4 pen tablets speed production time for photo editing, design and art creation. When working with digital assets, there isn?t a more natural tool than a pen for increased comfort and control.”