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Wacom Intuos Draw Pen Tablet in Blue (Size: S) – Small Graphic Tablet incl. ArtRage Lite Software Download and the Precise Wacom Intuos Pen – Compatible with Windows and Apple
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- The Intuos Draw small graphics tablet is the perfect digital drawing pad for beginners: It includes the ArtRage Lite software and multiple training tools to get you started in the world of art
- Thanks to its resolution of 2540 lpi, its active surface of 152x95 mm (6.7 in) & the included Intuos Pen with 2048 pressure levels, the Wacom pad ensures maximum precision in drawings & sketches
- Simply connect the drawing tablet to a computer with the included USB cable (no additional power supply required) / Wireless use is also possible with the Wireless Accessory Kit (sold separately)
- System requirements: USB port / Windows 7 resp. Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later / CD/DVD-ROM drive / Internet connection to download driver and software
- Items delivered: Wacom Intuos Non-Touch S for right- & left-handed use / Wacom Intuos Pen + replacement nibs / USB cable / Software download instructions & code / Quick start guide / Installation CD
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Wacom Intuos Draw Non-Touch SThe first sketch worth framing - you are only an Intuos away.
Unleash your imagination with the Intuos Draw. It features the market-leading pen tablet technology by Wacom, free downloadable creative soft-
ware and online trainings and tutorials. So, whether you want to draw amazing sketches, share your work with friends and the rest of the world,
or start a portfolio, Intuos Draw has everything you need to live out your artistic aspirations.
- Model: CTL-490DB-S
- Size: 210 x 169 x 11 mm
- Active Area: 152 x 95 mm (6.0 x 3.7 in)
- Weight: 290 ±50 g
- Colour: Blue
- Multi-Touch: No
- Stylus: Intuos Pen
- Pen Pressure Levels: 2048
- Wireless Support: Yes (Sold separately)
- Technology: Patented electromagnetic resonance method
- Resolution: 2540 lpi
- Reading Speed (pen): 133 pps
- ExpressKeys: 4, with application specific settings
- System Requirements: USB port / Internet connection / CD/DVD-ROM drive / Windows 7 resp. Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later
- Warranty: 2 years
- Items Delivered: Wacom Intuos Pen Tablet Non-Touch S, Wacom Intuos Pen incl. replacement nibs, USB cable, software download instruc-
tions and code, quick start guide, installation CD
Intuos tablet and pen, USB cable, replacement nibs, software download instructions and code, quick start guide, installation CD
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A Brand you Can Trust
As one of the global leaders in digital pen and tablet technology, you can trust Wacom to deliver the highest quality products for the best digital experience possible. From entry level creative products to industry-leading tools for professional artists, Wacom inspires and equips people to make the world a more creative place. With their Intuos line of products you can enter the world of digital artwork.
Intuos Draw Pen Tablet - Blue
Everything you Need to Start Creating Today
Intuos Draw makes creating fun. Easily sketch, draw and paint on your computer with the ease of a pen. Even beginners can bring their work to the next level quickly and effortlessly. Intuos Draw opens a whole world of possibilities. You have a full range of art supplies all in one tool. Use the pen to sketch or draw. Then turn your pen into a virtual brush. Or a store full of colours. Or markers, pencils, paper, glue, you get the idea. Intuos Draw is what you need, when you need it. It is designed for both right and left hand use and works with any software application. Intuos Draw also comes with ArtRage Lite drawing and sketching software and online tutorials to get you started creating right away.
- ArtRage Lite drawing software and online tutorials included with purchase
- Connects to Mac or PC and works with any software program
- Can be set up for right or left-handed use
- Comes with battery-free pen
- Wireless Adapter Kit available
Everything you Need in One Creative Box
Intuos Draw comes with ArtRage Lite, an easy-to-use drawing and sketching software and online tutorials to help you sketch, doodle or draw. The Draw Pack also includes a printing voucher. With one purchase, you can start making art and see ways to reach the next level.
Spark your Imagination
The pressure sensitive pen and responsive tablet put a whole digital toolbox at your fingertips. Depending on how hard you push on the pen, you can create variations in line width and opacity or unique brush effects in your favourite creative software. Intuos Draw lets you try all kinds of things. Make customised cards and invitations. Build a sketchbook of special memories. Everything you need is literally at your fingertips.
Shortcut Keys and Battery-Free Pen
Stay in your creative zone with a battery-free pen that never needs to be charged and four customisable ExpressKeys that put your favourite shortcuts like copy/paste at your fingertips. When you’re ready to create, Intuos Draw is the place to start.
Simple Setup for Mac or PC
With Intuos Draw, setup is simple. Just plug a single USB into your Mac or PC. Install the driver, then register and download your creative software. It works with any software program you use and this drawing tablet can be set up for both right- and left-handed users.
Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet
This pen tablet is similar to the other tablets in the Intuos line but doesn’t include the multi-touch feature. It still works great as a drawing tablet for Mac or PC. Connect it to your computer and start sketching and drawing, kind of like a digital drawing pad or use it as an ergonomic alternative to your mouse for navigation. And with the Draw Pack including ArtRage Lite and online tutorials, you have everything you need to start creating right away.
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Connection, installation and setup to my laptop went without a hitch. If you have never used a graphic tablet before it can take some time to get used to when transitioning from a mouse or a laptop track pad. However, stick with it and it will become more intuitive as time passes. Some of the settings and options can be a little daunting to understand, but the online tutorials on the Wacom YouTube channel can be invaluable in understanding how to use your new device. There are generic videos on general use which can be applied to the Wacom Draw, but remember that this is an entry level device, so not all of the functions explained are available for this graphics tablet. One of the functions missing from the Intuos Draw, which would be a nice to have, is 'pinch to zoom' which is available on other devices in the further up in Wacom Range, obviously at a higher cost.
Assigning functions to the tablet buttons, of which there are 4 in total with 2 function buttons on the side of the pen itself, are done using the tablet set-up application. The personal customisation of these function buttons is extensive to say the least. You can spend a lot of time just customising these for your personal preference for both general use and also to for each specific application you intend to use the tablet with. That's a lot of effort getting the tablet setup and there doesn't seem to be starter defaults for 'known' applications that you can experiment with to save time in this process. I guess this would be even more of an effort if you invested in a device from higher up in the Wacom range with more functionality.
One of the 'Must do's' is setting the range of travel of the pen in relation to the screen pointer, especially if you use a large/widescreen or dual monitors. The distance in moving the pen on the graphics pad is directly relative to the movement of the pointer on the screen. Its not like a mouse where you can scroll, lift, down, scroll and the pointer will move pause and continue in the same direction. Where you touch the pen on the pad is where the screen pointer will jump to. This can mean moving or placing the pen at the extremes of the pad to get the mouse pointer to where you want it to be on the screen. This can lead to hand strain when moving the pen around the pad. Luckily, you can reduce the touch point range using the device settings, limiting the amount of movement on the pad needed to get the pointer to different points on the screen.
It can also get fiddly when trying to use the pen buttons to do things that have become second nature when using a mouse. Trying to drag and drop an icon or Window around the screen for example, is a straightforward case of left mouse 'click', move. When using the pen, you have to position it in your hand so the buttons on the side work for whichever finger or thumb combination work for you, ensure you are pressing the correct button you assigned for left mouse button, press on the pad at the exact point on the pad to collect the screen item then drag the pen across the pad. The driver software can seem a little hit and miss when doing this or its because you have to be very accurate when using the pen, so hand eye coordination has to be spot on to do the simple tasks you do with a mouse. Right mouse click functions get even more frustrating!
While these observations may not be unique to this particular Wacom tablet, more for graphics tablets in general, its when you use the tablet and pen for doing things that are much more intuitive when using a pen and paper. On screen drawing or picture editing for example (once you have set the correct function execution for the buttons), work much better here than using the pen for general mouse pointer navigation. This is when using a mouse seems cumbersome in comparison to using a graphics tablet and when it comes into its own and opens whole new world of possibilities when using your computer.
Overall it's worth the investment of both time and money in buying a graphics tablet and the Wacom Intuos Draw is a a good place to start. It will let you know how well you will get on using a graphics tablet, without spending a lot of cash to find out .
As for the tablet itself, I spent all night having an amazing time with it. It's my first tablet ever, recommended by a friend. The program it comes with is great and I can't wait to do more with it.
I couldn't have asked for a better first tablet!
I retouch pictures a lot and I need a tablet that will deliver. Wacom just seems to be buggy on Windows 10 and the forums on the topic are filled with disappointed customers. It seems that Wacom is not listening nor helping.
I was trying to replace a Huion tablet that has given me a few good years of service. Buying a Huion model now. Let's see how it fairs.
One thing for sure is that Wacom and I are finished.
Another reason I bought this is family reasons. My young son is loving drawing, and gets really excited if I let him play with this. I've even caught my wife having a cheeky go. None of us are blessed with any drawing talent and we don't take it seriously, but it is still good fun to play around with. Can't say I'm in love with the supplied artrage software. Very complicated to get my copy, eventually having to be on a German site using google translate to download. Was pleased when I got there but that was short lived, and maybe others will enjoy it but I prefer free software called Krita.
However, that software is just supplied and nothing to do with the tablet, which I would say is great fun. If you are a serious artist then maybe look for something bigger or more powerful, but to play about on or use as a sort of mouse or in addition to one in some software this is ideal.
On my Fedora 25 Linux PC It worked out if the box with no drivers explicitly installed for navigating round my desktop. However with every paint or graphics program the cursor disappeared. After a bit of tinkering I set the line "WaylandEnable=false" in the file /etc/gdm/custom.conf, rebooted, and the problem was solved. Have tried it now in Krita and Inkscape, and it works as expected.