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Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Medium Graphics Tablet

by Wacom
96 customer reviews
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Price: £179.99 FREE UK delivery.
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CTH-680
  • ExpressKeys can be programmed per application
  • Enhanced mapping features
  • Ergonomic, slim design with slight slope and metal finish
  • Colour rings and pen holder can be exchanged
  • All products can be made wireless (extra wireless kit necessary)
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Product Information

Style Name: CTH-680
Technical Details
BrandWacom
Item Weight499 g
Product Dimensions1 x 22.2 x 27.5 cm
Batteries:1 Lithium ion batteries required.
Item model numberCTH-680S-ENES
ColorBlack
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Lithium Battery Energy Content5000 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_contained_in_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight25 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EO0R2FS
Best Sellers Rank 15,645 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012
  
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Product Description

Style Name: CTH-680

Product Description

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet

Intuos Medium -- Creative Pen and Touch Tablet with Pressure-Sensitive Pen and Multi-Touch Functionality

Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Tablet -- you create, so you control. Editing photos, drawing, painting, scribbling, scrolling, zooming, turning, turning pages -- whatever you decide to do, you're in the driving seat.

Work with the pressure-sensitive Intuos pen like on paper and erase what you don't like, or use multi-touch to work with your fingers on the tablet, fast and accurate. With the individually customisable ExpressKeys, you can access the shortcuts and additional functions of your choice. Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch comes in 2 sizes: small if you're short on desk space and medium if you need more room to make larger arm movements. Whichever size you choose, Intuos is user-friendly and will still fit comfortably into most laptop bags.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
At a Glance
  • Individually customisable elements
  • Pressure-sensitive pen nib
  • Ergonomic, battery-free pen with 2 buttons
  • Multi-touch gestures to scroll, zoom, turn pages, and rotate
  • Shortcuts on 4 application-specific ExpressKeys
  • Ergonomic, slim-line tablet design
  • Individual choice of pen holder and colour ring on pen
  • Wireless-kit compatible (accessory kit sold separately)
WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
Personal Designs

With Intuos Pen and Touch, it's easy to turn your creative ideas for your photos, images, and drawings into reality and perfect them -- so enjoy the ride.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
Intuitive Control

The 4 ExpressKeys are always ready to offer you quick access to the shortcuts and additional functions of your choice.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
No Cables, No Cable Clutter with the Optional Wireless Kit

Make it even easier and more comfortable to get creative and combine your Intuos Pen and Touch with the wireless kit (sold separately), giving you the freedom to work wherever you want. This easy-to-install snap-in module with its tiny receiver and rechargeable batteries can turn every Intuos Pen and Touch tablet into a full-featured wireless device.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
Pressure-Sensitive Intuos Pen and Eraser

With its 1,024 levels, the pressure-sensitive Wacom professional pen gives both right and left handers the natural feeling of drawing, scribbling, and painting onto paper; the eraser gives you the possibility to do exactly what its name suggests -- rub out what you don't like.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
Intuos Small and Medium

Get a creative pen and touch tablet with pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch functionality.

WACOM Intuos Medium - Creative Pen & Touch Tablet
Comfortable, Practical

Thanks to its compact format, the Intuos Pen and Touch fits into a laptop bag and can go wherever you do -- whichever size you choose.

Box Contains

Intuos tablet and pen
USB cable
Replacement items (pen nibs, pen holder, colour rings)
Quick start guide
Installation CD

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Geoff the SFCrowsnest guru on 14 Jun. 2014
Style Name: CTH-680 Verified Purchase
Although I pulled an A3 Atipek tablet a few years ago because it was big (I use my arm a lot when painting) and affordable, the one failing it had was lack of nib pressure. This medium-size Wacom tablet had a drop in price and its work area is about the same size as those other tablet thingies out there so decided to take a risk and bought it. I should point out that you need some decent software to benefit from it. Currently, I'm using the latest version of Painter Lite and the difference in work surprised me. It does work with PaintShop Pro but there isn't the variety of brushes there to take advantage of it.
Nib pressure still depends a lot on what brush type you're using and sometimes its not for widening the stroke but for deepening the colour which comes into its own with the airbrush. I can understand why Wacom is the market leader in these graphics tablets.
Oh, if you're wondering where the three spare nibs are, so was I. An email to Wacom and they said to turn the tablet over and pull open the plastic tab there. On the inside of the plastic tab itself there are the three spare nibs. They look like part of the tab so its hardly surprising people miss seeing them. Don't know how long they last. There are a variety of replacement nibs out there but those are not the more expensive models. If you do run out of nibs then the ones you need to replace them with are 'Wacom Pen Nibs for Intuos 4/5 - Black' although I would wait until you're on your last nib before getting them.
Plugged into your computer, it doesn't need any extra juice to run but if you're using a inductive field mat with your mouse, you'll definitely need to unplug and move it away from this tablet.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By cdsatpb on 21 Mar. 2014
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I bought this to replace an earlier Wacom Bamboo which had died. The touch facility is a great addition allowing you to pinch and zoom, rotate, move, swipe between programs, etc and can significantly (or totally) reduce the need for a mouse (although I still find the mouse better for general use, such as web browsing, reading emails, etc). However, when it comes to using graphics programs like Photoshop, the control and flexibility offered by the tablet and pen are superb. I chose the medium tablet (to replace my earlier small tablet) to give greater fine control. It is still quite compact and does not use up too much desk space. After trying out an Intuos Pro at a trade show, I concluded that I didn't need the extra functionality of the Pro at twice the price - the extra sensitivity did not make a noticeable difference to me, I only use a single monitor, and the ability of the Pro to detect the angle of the pen as well as the pressure - useful perhaps to graphic artists using airbrush mode - is not relevant to the way I use Photoshop. I also do not need the wireless capability that comes with the Pro - although that can be added to thie "Pen and Touch" at extra cost.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Vrun on 27 Aug. 2014
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a GREAT buy!

good delivery, great product. Before this product i was a more paint and canvas man, but now with all the options at my disposal i have found myself more and more designing with this tablet then pencil and paper.
even for quick sketches or more detailed final pieces i find this very convenient.
I will still always use canvas and paint, but this is great for my design work where clean crisp lines are important.
Quite quick to learn, not a one day thing, you will need practise, but after a week of so of messing around i found myself using all the functions with relative ease.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 19 Jan. 2015
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All in all, a definite improvement over the usual bamboo series tablets. The utterly useless touch feature (which really is utterly useless - imagine a giant laptop touchpad, that doesnt work very well) has now been consigned to a physical button on the back of the thing, so you wont end up punching the thing through a window when you accidentally activate this nonsense.

The buttons are all at the top which makes it easy to use, right- or left-handed, without mashing the buttons with your wrist. also the loop for holding your stylus is now at the top, which makes much more sense that being at the side, for similar reasons as i just outlined.

The stylus is ok, works well enough, plus the option to swap the coloured ring is a nice touch.

Another great feature: the cable is now detachable - which possibly makes for easier storage - and because its a micro USB, you wont have much trouble replacing it should you ever lose it.

Finally, it's a decent size if you cant afford the big Intuous tablets. much better than the small version.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Labrow on 25 Aug. 2014
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I owned the bigger and better professional brother of this, but surrendered the slight technical advantages to something that's lighter, easier to hold and works without wires. I don't miss the big one in the slightest and this is more of an upgrade for me than a downgrade. A lovely bit of kit. I use it mainly for photo retouching and a little illustration work.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ana Almeida on 29 Jan. 2014
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I really loved my Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch... im a student graphic designer finishing university and i was really in the need of one of this! its very sensitive and intuitive, its easy to sketch and to work in photoshop and illustrator.
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