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Wacom Intuos5 Tablet Review
Wacom’s Intuos 5 has everything you need and want. It will look great on your sleek white minimalistic table and will be a workhorse during those sleepless marathons of wedding pictures. The price, while a bit steep, is to be expected for a professional tablet.
Every few years Wacom releases a new heavy duty tablet for us professional beret adorned creative types to fondle and drool over. With every new iteration of the Intuos line, Wacom seems to add a new feature to their already solid product to entice us to make the switch. With the Wacom Intuos 5, they added a full track pad-esque touch feature to the entire writing surface as well as support for multi-touch gestures. Has adding a seemingly low end consumer feature to a professionals drawing tablet worked or has Wacom finally run out of fresh ideas? Press on for the full review.
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- Touch support
- Build quality
- Wireless kit
- Pen can get stuck between writing surface and bezel
- Some multi-touch gestures don’t work properly
- Touch wheel still small and inaccurate