Wacom Intuos Pro Creative PenTouch Digital Pen and Tablet
The Intuos Pro Creative Pen Tablet combines Wacom's finest pen capabilities and intuitive multi-touch gestures. Extend your digital creativity on your Mac with this impressively natural experience.
2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity in both pen tip and eraser
Tilt recognition with plus/minus 60 levels
Six customizable, application-specific ExpressKeys
Touch Ring with four customizable functions
Allows both right and left hand use
What’s in the Box
Wacom professional pen tablet
Wacom battery-free grip pen
USB cable (6.6 ft./2 m)
Installation CD with driver
Cable length: 6.6 ft./2 m
Length: 12.6 in./32 cm
Width: 8.2 in./20.8 cm
Weight: 1.5 lb./660 g
Operating System: OS X v10.6.8 or later, Windows Vista/7 (32 or 64 bit)/8
Requirements Other: Intel processor
UPC or EAN No.: 4949268618793
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Answers from the community
Does this work with Affinity photo software?
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- Asked by Frances V from HOVE
- on 22-Nov-2018
Does the Wacom intros Pro, Small connect wirelessly to the new MacBook Pro 15"? I don't want to use any of the TB ports for a dongle.
- Asked by James T from Roseville
- on 29-Jun-2017
The new Wacom tablets (Wacom Intuos Pro M and L) are wireless via bluetooth 4.2. The older formfac The new Wacom tablets (Wacom Intuos Pro M and L) are wireless via bluetooth 4.2. The older formfactor Intuos pro model (Intuos Pro S on the Wacom website) uses a USB dongle for wireless much like the budget non-pro tablets.
- Answered by Jason A from lancaster
- on 16-Sep-2017
what size should i go for I've a 20 inch screen ?? read so many different articles about each product now I'm totally confused
- Asked by tom B from camolin
- on 28-Dec-2014
It comes down to user preference and individual need. I am a photographer and usually edit in small It comes down to user preference and individual need. I am a photographer and usually edit in small areas of an image; I have a 27" monitor and use the small Intuos pro. The small is great for portability and easily fits in a briefcase with a laptop. Illustrators, graphic designers and painters tend to want a larger work area. Hope that helps!:)
- Answered by Maria R from Doral
- on 12-Jan-2016
Can you connect this to your iPad air (Yosemite) to use with Lightroom.
- Asked by Sharon V from HOPE ISLAND
- on 01-Dec-2014
You cannot connect this to an iPad, because iPads do not have USB ports. In addition to that, iPads You cannot connect this to an iPad, because iPads do not have USB ports. In addition to that, iPads run iOS, a mobile operating system, not OS X, a desktop operating system, therefore it would be impossible to load the drivers on to the device. This will connect to a Mac perfectly fine. I have an intros 5 ( last generation) running on Yosemite. It works flawlessly.
- Answered by Cole M from Parker
- on 02-Jan-2015
What is the active area of this product?
- Asked by Riza V from Paris
- on 18-Apr-2014
The Intuos Pro Pen & Touch Medium has an active area of 8.8 in x 5.5 in (224 x 140 mm).
- Answered by Wacom T
- on 25-Jun-2014
Can you use written programs like Final Draft on this?
- Asked by Naomi M from South Croydon
- on 31-Mar-2014
If Final Draft supports annotation and markup, you can use an Intuos pen tablet to do this.
- Answered by Wacom T
- on 25-Jun-2014