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Wacom Intuos4 PTK-540-WL Wireless Tablet
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- New Wacom Tip Sensor with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity
- Ambidextrous design
- User-defined Touch Ring with toggle functionality
- 8 customisable ExpressKeys including OLED-displays
- Bluetooth Wireless Technology
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Intuos4 Wireless. Where it all begins.
Ever asked yourself how creative ideas come to life? The answer is the ambidextrous Intuos4 Wireless pen tablet by Wacom. Designed for creative professionals, its Bluetooth connectivity delivers the flexibility of a wireless work environment. It features 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity. Customisable ExpressKeys™ with OLED displays and new radial menus enable fast access to shortcuts. Scrolling or zooming can be done with a fingertip thanks to the Touch Ring with toggle functionality. Discover for yourself where it all begins: Discover the world of Intuos4 Wireless.
With superior comfort features.
For those who work hardest.
The idea behind Intuos4 was to develop a tool that makes life easier for anyone who wants to deliver excellent, professional results. Slim and ergonomic, it offers a sloping palm rest and complete hand support for hours of comfortable use. Its ambidextrous, reversible tablet design puts the ExpressKeys™ in the correct position at all times - no matter whether you are right or left-handed. Forget about hand strain: the contoured Grip Pen minimises grip effort significantly. And the Bluetooth connectivity of the Intuos4 Wireless shifts comfort into a new dimension: enjoy a wireless work environment combined with comfortable USB-charging.
With excellent power features.
For excellent creative performance.
Creative professionals do not think about what they do - they just do it. Intuos4 makes their work more intuitive with several advanced features. Dynamic ExpressKey™ displays show the current, application-specific functions of each key. Scrolling, zooming and brush adjustments are completed at the touch of a finger thanks to the multi-functional Touch Ring. Fine, detailed work at pixel level can be performed in the new Grip Pen precision mode. New radial menus enable structured and fast access to shortcuts - with just a pen stroke.
With best-in-class control tools.
For best-in-class results.
What does 'control' mean within the creative process? It means that everything happens precisely in the way you intended through the combination of user-defined controls such as ExpressKeys™, Touch Ring, radial menus and side-switches that enable a fast, personalised workflow. Through added controls for the non-dominant hand that enhance both results and productivity. Through best-in-class integration with leading software applications from Adobe, Autodesk and Corel for realistic, pressure-sensitive pen controls. Last but not least through the Wacom Tip Sensor, which captures the slightest nuance of pressure with outstanding precision and accuracy.
- Grip pen plus replaceable rubber grip with extended body
- Pen stand
- Ten replacement nibs (5 standard nibs, 1 stroke nib, 1 ?ex nib, 3 felt nibs)
- One nib removal tool
- Pen identification rings
- USB-connection (2,5 m)
- Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery
- Quick start guide
- Software download program
- Installation-CD (inkl. Tablet Driver Software and Online-Use Manual)
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Just a note that this doesn't come with a Bluetooth adapter, so you'll have to purchase one with it if you don't have one already. Which seems a bit cheap considering the price of the tablet and the cost of mini bluetooth adapters.
Make sure on at least the first 4 charges, that you fully charge the battery, and use it till it runs out of battery (not just red light) rinse and repeat this process, and you'll be fine with the wireless.
Secondly it's not 30ft wireless, it's at least 50 ft (ran out of space in my local cafe, so mwehe.. will be fun to hook it up to a massive screen.
Thirdly PUT ACETATE ON THE SURFACE BEFORE USE. It costs 60p, and all the guys I know do this to deal with the scratch surface problem.
Lastly I use it a lot and haven't noticed the pens running out, so err ye, adjust settings so you don't have to press really hard without reducing versatility in brush stroke.
The Intuos4 should not have been released. It has two serious flaws that should have been fixed before the product ever saw the light of day. Saying that, it looks great and the basic Wacom features are all there and work well. If you can wait until they sort these two issues you would be buying a much better product. If you need this just prepare to buy new nibs and save some money and get the wired version.
The tablet looks very good and has increased functionality that helps during use. The area is quite sufficient for drawing and this size avoids the arm strain associated with a bigger tablet.
The two gripes I hear about - Bluetooth and stylus are really not so awful. Sure, for some reason which I have yet to investigate, Bluetooth on my Mac won't stay linked with the tablet during Sleep but it's not much problem to reactivate.
Stylus wear, well how much have you paid for the tablet and how much do you pay for a stylus - come on, it's not a big big problem. I find that covering the tablet writing area with a plastic layer - something such as a document wallet (the cheap type) protects the writing area and has so far removed the problem of stylus wear.
I can however see that if you fork out what is after all a lot of money for a pretty basic input device, then you quite rightly expect quality and endurance; it's a mute point.
Overall, to do the job, if your job pays, you need the best tools available - cough up the dosh and get the Intous!
When wired through USB, it works fine, but that isn't really the point of a wireless tablet.
I also have a little Wacom Bamboo tablet with the wireless add-on (which doesn't use bluetooth). Pointer motion on that is fine, so I assume Wacom's bluetooth hardware just isn't very good.
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