- Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 6.9 x 0.4 cm ; 308 g
- Shipping Weight: 739 g
- Item model number: CTH480
- ASIN: B00EN27U9U
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 23 2013
- Average Customer Review: 133 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,465 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Small Tablet
- Edit digital photos, paint and draw with the natural feel of a pen on paper
- Free downloadable creative software included - ArtRage 3 Studio and Autodesk Sketchbook Express
- Multi-touch gestures to scroll, zoom, rotate and more
- Pressure sensitive pen with eraser
- 3 replacement nibs included, located in the middle compartment of the tablet
- 4 application specific Express Keys
- Active area 8.5 x 5.3 in
- Wireless accessory kit sold separately
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Amazon.ca Product Description
Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Small Tablet
Express Yourself, Naturally
With the Intuos Creative Pen & Touch Small Tablet, you'll enjoy making digital art with the comfort, precision, and feel of working with traditional media. This tablet lets you create expressively and intuitively with your computer, whether you're sketching or drawing, editing photos, or coloring digitally. The tablet measures 8.25 by 6.9 inches, giving you a compact canvas for your digital artwork.
Experience Intuitive Control
The tablet's multi-touch surface helps you get hands-on with your artwork by using gestures to scroll, zoom, rotate, or flip through documents and photos. Its four customizable ExpressKeys put your favorite functions at your fingertips so you can personalize your tablet and create effective shortcuts as you work. This slim, reversible tablet is made for both right- and left-handed users.
Pressure Sensitivity for Varied Effects
With the included pen, the Intuos Creative Pen & Touch Tablet senses 1,024 levels of pressure so you can create variations in line width and opacity or unique brush effects in your favorite creative software. The ergonomic, battery-free pen has an eraser and includes two programmable switches for your favorite shortcuts. The included pen holder and rings can be exchanged to personalize your tablet's accessories.
The Intuos Creative Pen & Touch Tablet is compatible with Windows Vista SP3, 8, and 7 (32- or 64-bit), and with Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later (with Intel processor). The tablet connects to your computer via USB. A Wireless Accessory Kit is sold separately.
At A Glance
- Ideal for your creative pursuits in art and photo projects
- Compact drawing surface with 6-by-3.7-inch active area
- Four ExpressKeys for customizable shortcuts
- Multi-touch surface for scrolling, zoom, and rotation
- Pressure sensitive pen with digital eraser and shortcut buttons
What's in the Box
Tablet, pen, color identification rings and tags, USB cable, quick-start guide, installation CD with driver, online user manual, and product information documentation.
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From the Manufacturer
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Top Customer Reviews
I highly recommend this tablet to any photographer!
Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch medium tablet model CTH680 review.
The Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch tablet was ordered on December 30th from Amazon.ca, arrived on January 3rd. Shipping was free.
The Intuos was in a box about 50 percent larger stuffed with a bit of brown paper. Neither boxes had any obvious damage, both were spotlessly clean. Opening the Wacom Intuos box I found:
A tablet wrapped in two protective papers, one a thin black fabric of the type used for gardening that prevents weed growth, the other a white material similar to some flooring underlay, except much thinner and is often used for wrapping electronic goods.
A USB cord that had caps and a twist tie.
A pen held in place by two black foam discs.
A small black paper box similar to the style of a CD case. It contained numerous papers having offers of dubious quality and or worth, a CD or DVD of drivers. A small plastic bag with a small black nylon fabric the size of an unfolded clothing tag. It has several holes along two edges, and a small black rubber ring that appears to be a replacement for a small blue rubber ring on the pen. A quick start guide.
A thin pressed paper holder that is used to protect and hold all the items.
Absent from the package is any real documentation that informs how to change pen nibs, what the fabric with holes is for.
Absent too is the software disc. Instead you are given a code on the driver disc and this is used to download the software. When registering you are given a choice of which software of the four offered for this model.Read more ›
- pen precision
- it looks great on my desk
- the pen holder is useful
- the blue indicator on the right showing signal being sent and received
- the compact design
Not really good for Windows users who:
- work on multi-display setup with each display having different resolution but different DPI
- work on high resolution displays (3200x1800 - the software to configure this tablet does not support this and it is unusable)
- use functions at the edge of the screen: Sometimes the cursor flies over the border of the screen appearing on the other side - -scrolling with scroll bar turns into tricky task every-single-time
- Windows 8.1. users looking for nice touch interface = Wacom is unreliable and I ended up disabling touch interface most of the times (it's partially a problem with Windows and its support for devices like this in the Modern UI apps)
- bought the WiFi Accessory kit: Sometimes it's crashing the Photoshop when reconnecting (it drops connection 3 times a day)
- use USB micro cords with larger adapters: the design of the tablet ports does not allow to connect the cord
- the power button is on top and with so many reconnections through WiFi it is a very inconvenient place (you always need to look at it when turning it on/off)
I can compare it with old (6-7 years) Creative tablet that cost half the price and had twice the area. Wacom Intuos is much more precise but given the size they ended up the same.
To sum it up: Wacom has great hardware, but software part is nowhere close to the that quality. At least not for Windows users.
With the Wacom Bamboo Create I had before (excluding the Monoprice I got after that one stopped working and before this Intuos because it arrived defective) I would rest it on my laptop so I could have access to the keyboard easier, but I found that I can't do that with the Intuos because it screws up the pen location. At first I thought it was a glitch, but then I realized since the Create had all the buttons and such on the side while the Intuos switches to the top, all the computer hardware is much closer to the magnet in my laptop which is why that happens. So though I now have to try to get used to having my laptop beside me instead of on my lap, I somehow feel making the hardware at the top gives me more range of motion despite it being a bit smaller.
The reason the Create stopped working was because I had accidentally put too much pressure on cord, and it ended up bending the port on the tablet. Since not only is the port for the Intuos at the top, but also has it coming out the side rather than straight, I feel less worried of repeating that accident, though more worried about accidentally yanking the cord while shifting my laptop since I have to do that frequently now.
I also like the customizable buttons, however the frequent popping up on my screen blocking most of the top whenever I press one is rather annoying, I don't know if there is a way to stop that from happening.
All in all, I still like it about as much as the Create
Most recent customer reviews
Excellent. It came with spécial offres but unfortunately one of thé offres was expiring un NOVEMBER 2014 (I bought thé tablette un décembre 2015!!! Read morePublished 26 days ago by Johanne Voyer
At first, the tablet worked very well but after a while it started to have some glitches. Now I can't draw on it without having daily glitches, and it's getting worse... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I have no other tablets to compare it to, but it works well - it can even replace a mouse, though while it is more ergonomic it can get to be quite annoying. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jean-Luc Todoroff