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Intuos Pro medium - professional pen tablet with Intuos pen, multi-touch functions and wireless kit
Intuos Pro - professional results to satisfy professional requirements. The Intuos Pro combines features of Wacom pens with intuitive multi-touch gestures. The pen with its 2,048 levels of pressure-sensitivity and the tablet's tilt recognition functionality, you can work as accurately and precisely as you would with traditional brushes and pens, to position and control your piece in a wholly intuitive way. Other innovations like offering an optimised user-experience, time saving ExpressKeys for your workflow, the wireless kit to reduce cable clutter.
Intuos Pro is available in three sizes - small, medium, large and as a Special Edition in a premium silver-metal look
At a Glance
- Intuos Pro medium is agile but uncompromising on performance, offering enough workspace for professional image processing while still fitting conveniently inside most laptop bags
- Individually customisable elements
- Shortcuts on four application-specific ExpressKeys
- Ergonomic, battery-free pen with two buttons
- No cables, slim-line tablet design
- Individual choice of pen holder and colour ring on pen
Intuos Pro tablet
Pen stand with ten replacement nibs (five standard nibs, one flex nib, one stroke nib, and three felt nibs)
Nib removal tool
Colour identification rings
Quick start guide
Installation CD (includes tablet driver software, online user's manual and 'Important Product Information' document).
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I've used a Wacom tablet since I bought my first Intuos 2 (A6 size) way back in 2003. That tablet is still going strong in the hands of a friend who uses it on a lower resolution than my current two screen setup (2560x1440 and 1920x1080). The Intuos Pro seems as rock solid in performance as all of the Intuos tablets that came before it. I own a large Intous 4 (bought in 2010) and I've used the 3 & 5 at work. I bought the medium as I find the smaller size more manageable for photo work (although the large is superb for drawing and painting). So, I haven't had to replace my Intuos 4, I just bought this as it's better for different purposes.
I love the fact that the Intuos Pro is wireless, especially as it means I can use it from the sofa as easily as I can from my desk. Yes the long USB cable was never a problem really, but the wireless is a nice option. It also makes it handy to put the tablet by the side of your desk if space is an issue when doing other things.
If you can afford it, the Intuos Pro is the only option you should consider. If money is tight, or you are not sure about whether a tablet is for you, go for the cheaper Wacom alternatives (Bamboo/Intuos (renamed). Or, even better, see if you can get an older Intuos 4 or 5. The Wacom "budget" range are still good, but anyone who has used the Pro range won't ever want to "downgrade". I can't say I'm a fan of any of the other makes I've tried, the pen just never feels as good and the accuracy certainly isn't as flawless.
So, why 4 stars and not 5? As ever, it's Wacom's driver that lets it down (as always). At home I have both a Mac and a Windows setup, each with Photoshop installed and other vector software such as Affinity Designer (Mac) and Serif DrawPlus X8 (Win). The tablet works beautifully with these programs. However, getting the Intuos Pro to work at all on the Mac took about 3 hours. At one point, I'd even concluded that it was faulty. The issue is that I'm running on Mavericks (10.9.n). Once I'd completely uninstalled the driver, "breaking" my Intuos 4 in the process (which was bizarrely a relief), I eventually found a much older driver on Wacom's site that worked with my OS. That is was good thing, they do allow you to roll back to very early drivers. So, the tip here is that if you have problems with the tablet, I'm 99.9% certain that it'll be the driver at fault - try the forums before you send the hardware back!
For size comparison, check out the photo. My Intuos 4 (large) is on the left, the Intuos Pro (Medium SE) is in the middle, and A4 Bristol board on the right as everyone can identify with A4 paper (when, unless you are from across the pond, but it's not far off Legal size really ;) )
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However, I had a nightmare with the driver/software... and solutions from their support section that I hope will be helpful to others.
After installing using the CD-ROM, it then asks you to uninstall that one and download and install the latest version from the website! Bonkers!... a waste of time and, worse, the driver wouldn't uninstall via the normal Windows process. I had to use a specialised program to uninstall it, but this didin't clear the registry. Grrr.
My strong recommendation is that, if you get this otherwise excellent product, you do NOT install from the CD-ROM, but first download the latest driver (which contains the software, too) and install that.
In the installation instructions, there is conflicting information. One says plug the tablet into the USB port AFTER installing the driver/software; the other says plug it in BEFORE installing the driver/software. The correct process is the former: install driver/software first; then, plug in the USB.
It is a nice-to-have upgrade and the drivers are automatically updated (Windows 7 x64). But if you already have an older tablet, it is not life changing: I would not break the bank to upgrade, but if I were buying my first tablet and could afford it, this is the one I would buy.
For those agonising over the size tablet to purchase, I would say that the medium size is ideal. I edit high resolution photographs. The medium size tablet does not take up too much desk space, and for me a larger tablet would require too much wrist/arm movement. I replaced medium with medium, and this is perfectly adequate for detailed Photoshop and Lightroom editing. Digital artists might appreciate a larger canvas size, but as a photographer/retoucher, I find the medium size perfect for my needs.
BLOW ME DOWN!!!!! It loaded first time.. ITS TOP BANNANA!!
I DON'T KNOW HOW I MANAGED WITHOUT ONE..
Initially was a little awkward to get use to the pen/mouse. But what a brilliant piece of kit. My photo editing has improved immensely.. looking fwd to better ratings in competitions.
Oh yes I would reccommend to buy one