Complete photo editing tasks with this Wacom Intuos tablet. Its Bluetooth capability lets you connect wirelessly to your Mac or PC for using with your favorite software programs, and its compact size is intended for right or left-handed use. This Wacom Intuos tablet has 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity that respond accurately to movements made with the included stylus.
Drawing tablet to use in any software for digital art, photo-editing and animation - 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity & 2540 lpi
Connect this digital drawing tablet for computer via USB or wirelessly with Bluetooth to your Mac (OS X 10.11 or later) or PC (Windows 7 or later)
Slim design and compact sized art tablet with a large drawing area (6.0" x 3.7") - perfect for limited desktop areas and gives more room to create
Easy set-up, for both left and right handed use. The pen doesn't need to be charged so you can start creating immediately. Four customizable ExpressKeys put your favorite shortcuts at your fingertips
Includes free downloadable software upon registration: Corel Painter Essentials 7 (graphic drawing), Corel AfterShot 3 (photo-editing), and CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO 2-yr license (comic manga)
3 replacement pen nibs
Nib removal tool
Quick start guide
Wacom Intuos Wireless Graphic Tablet (Small) with 3 Bonus Software included
This portable Wacom tablet could be a life saver if you need tablet while working on the go with your laptop. It's wireless Bluetooth connection does not require any receivers plugged into USB port, simple Bluetooth link is enough.
I did not notice any significant lags between pen movement and cursor movement so wireless connection works just fine.
Tablet surface is very smooth and pen moves very precisely, however small surface space may be a limitation or inconvenience while working. Surface is not sensitive to fingers therefore it can't be used without a pen (Intuos Pro is finger sensitive).
Comparing to the bigger Intuos Pro: limited surface area may cause your hand to be uncomfortable (slide off) while working around the right edge of the tablet. Pen feels very light, Intuos Pro pen feels much better and very well balanced.
Included Software - you can pick 2 out of these 3: Painter Essentials 6, Corel AfterShot 3, Clip Studio Paint Pro. You will need to register your tablet with Wacom in order to be able to download the software.
Overall: Nice for working on the go where size and weight matter, however I prefer Intuos Pro for stationary work at my desk.
This tablet is one of the best I’ve used, it is compact, light weight and bluetooth enabled. But the fact that you can still use it while it is charging makes it worth it right there. I don’t have to waste time waiting for my pencil to charge (if you know what I mean). The art software is also fantastic.
I really like this drawing tablet, but the registration process to get the free software it came with was absolutely awful.
The instructions that came with this drawing tablet are very inconsistent and misleading. The included pictogram clearly instructs you to plug the tablet in first and THEN download drivers from the website. Meanwhile the website indicates that you should download the drivers first, and then plug in the tablet. The website indicates that plugging in the tablet will activate the automated registration process.
Unfortunately, plugging in the tablet first seems to throw the registration off.
I could not get the automated registration to trigger. I tried manually registering the tablet on the website using the serial number, but the website informed me that this product MUST be registered via the automated process.
After multiple driver installations, several unplug and replugs, and two reboots; the automated registration FINALLY triggered. I'm subtracting a star from my review just because this process was so horrible.
After getting through the registration, the tablet seemed to be working; but pressure sensitivity wasn't working. After yet another reboot, this resolved itself.
I was very impressed with how customizable this drawing tablet. was. The included software allows you to change the functionality of the buttons on the pen and the buttons on the pad. Even better, you can customize the buttons for particular programs. Being able to map my keyboard shortcuts to individual buttons is a huge assist to my workflow.
The included software is . . . okay. Honestly, I was a little surprised by how simplistic it was. It certainly wasn't worth the aggravation I went through registering this device to get it. It should be noted that two of the three software offerings are unlimited use while the third is only good for two years (and you can only select two of them). I opted for the two unlimited use programs.
I used the tablet for a few days to do some light sketching and photo touch up. Learning to aim the pen tip takes some practice, but the feel is very natural. The pressure sensitivity is a little hit or miss depending on the program.
Al in all, I'm very pleased with this drawing tablet.
This addition to my desktop computer, a Intuos Bluetooth Creative Pen Tablet, is great way to digitize your pen strokes. It works well with Paint.net in windows 10. It has a four programmable buttons that you can customize to your needs while creating. It comes with available creative software from Corel as well. I enjoy the fact that it is small and easy to pack up and take on the go. Its pen comes with extra tips and feels comfortable within my hands while drawing. The tablet has stroke sensitivity, and responds well to various amounts of pressure.
A:AnswerI’m using it to write on PowerPoint every day while sharing my screen via Canvas Conference. PowerPoint saves my writing and Canvas Confs records and saves every presentation for students to review.
A:AnswerIt does not come with Photoshop. You would need to own the application and have it installed.
Yes, it must be connected to the computer or phone for usage. The version I bought supported Bluetooth plus USB for connectivity.