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|Pen Tilt||+/- 60 degrees|
|Number of Switches||2|
|Type||Battery-free, pressure-sensitive pen with eraser|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||15.6 x 11.5 x 3.3"|
|Package Weight||6.7 lb|
|Buttons||Power On/Off Touch On/Off Home Touch Ring 8 x ExpressKeys|
|Flash Memory||Stores up to 100 pages/layers|
|Compatibility||Wacom Pro Pen 2|
|Active Area||8.82 x 5.83" (224 x 148 mm)|
|Dimensions||13.18 x 8.54 x 0.31" (338 x 219 x 8 mm)|
|Weight||1.54 lb (0.7 kg)|
|OS Requirements||Windows 7, 8.1 and 10 (32-/64-bit) Mac OS X 10.10 and later Internet Connection required for driver download and installation|
|System Requirements||USB 2.0 Port, Bluetooth 4.2 LE to connect to mobile devices, Bluetooth Classic to connect to computers|
Wacom's latest Intuos Pro pressure-sensitive pen tablets are better than ever, and if you like to start analog, the Paper edition adds neat capabilities.
The 2017 version of the Wacom Intuos Pro delivers a fluid and responsive feel, decreased footprint and more robust wireless connectivity, plus the Paper edition adds the ability to sketch while disconnected.
There still aren't any applications supporting its expanded pressure-sensitivity range and the Paper edition's Finetip Pen ink supply doesn't last very long.
I have only had it a few weeks and I am still struggling to like it. It consistently loses communication with my PC, refuses to keep smart keys assigned and switches orientation on its own. I have contacted Wacom and the best they offer is to uninstall drivers and try again.
I'm happy to finally be working on an intuos pro tablet. Glad I waited because the paper edition is just perfect for my workflow. I can complete sketches out in the field or in my local coffee shop and also have the digital layers ready when I get home. No more scanning!
I purchased this tablet to get the most out of Corel Painter and was astonished by the ability of the paper function to digitize the finest detail and the fact that I could export the drawings in the SVG format for me to edit the vector shapes in Inkscape or Adobe Illustrator, etc.
I use this tablet primarily in Photoshop, as a tool to input drawings on paper, and to edit and correct photos. I've used Intuos tablets for the past dozen years, and this is a significant upgrade from previous models.