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Amazing build quality and ultra responsive!,
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This review is from: Wacom Intuos5 Pen and Touch Small Graphics Tablet (Accessory)
I have been into drawing and doing graphic design for a while now and as a lover of all this stuff I look for the best quality for a reasonable price.
This is defiantly more than I wanted to spend on a tablet, but it has lived up to expectation by 100%. I got this a week ago and already have a folder of about 23 drawings. (I have a lot of spare time :P).
A quick warning to anyone who has never had/used one of these before it will be confusing and a little weird to get use to because you have to look at the screen while drawing and not the tablet.
Anyway that's enough about my love of all this, lets get down to the performance.
This tablet is ultra responsive with no visible lag. It has six buttons that are (from top to bottom): Touch On/Off, Settings, Escape, Precision Mode, Shift and Pan/Scroll. It also has a touch sensitive wheel in the middle of the buttons which has four options of its own which are: Auto Zoom/Scroll, Cycle Layers, Brush Size and Rotate. All the buttons are ultra responsive just like the tablet it self, they also look very nice.
Now moving on to the Pen. To move the Pen you must hover just above the drawing area which is weird to get use to but is easy once you've got the nac of it. The Pen also has a nice feel when you are holding it and has two functional buttons of its own: Double Click and Right Click. These two buttons can get annoying while drawing because if you hold the pen in a certain way you can accidentally press them, but this is not much of a bother. You also have the ability to use both ends of the pen one for drawing and the other for erasing.
All in all I love this tablet and don't regret one bit buying it.
I hope this was helpful for you.
Thanks for reading.