Wacom Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black)

Wacom Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black)

Wacom Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black)

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  • 6.0 x 3.7" Active Area
  • 2048 Levels of Pressure Sensitivity
  • USB Interface, Multi-Touch Support
  • 4 Programmable ExpressKeys
  • Pressure-Sensitive, Battery-Free Pen
  • Macphun Creative Kit (Mac)
  • Corel PaintShop Pro (Windows)
  • Corel AfterShot Pro (Mac/Windows)
  • Mac & Windows Compatible
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The Wacom Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet brings your photos to life. Use it to create images, photo books, cards, and crafts. The Intuos Photo combines a pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch capabilities in one smart device, so you can create digitally with the natural comfort, precision, and feel of the included pen. The tablet's multi-touch surface lets you zoom, scroll, and position your photos using intuitive gestures while four customizable ExpressKeys put your favorite shortcuts at your fingertips. Intuos Photo also comes with included downloadable software, which requires registration.


Create images and photo books with the ease of a pen
Replaces your mouse and turns your computer into a digital drawing canvas
Battery-free, pressure sensitive pen helps you to draw thicker and thinner lines depending on how hard you push on the pen
Use your fingers to navigate, scroll, and zoom your artwork with multi-touch gestures
Comes with a free Photo Pack, including online tutorials, a free Shutterfly Photo Album, a Horizon Canvas Print and photo editing software (For Mac: Corel AfterShot Pro and Macphun Pro package: Tonality, Intensify, Snapheal, and Noiseless. For Windows: Corel PaintShop Pro and Corel AfterShot Pro)
Four customizable ExpressKeys that put your favorite shortcuts like undo or copy/paste at your fingertips
Connects to Mac or PC and works with any software program
It has a small compact size for limited desktop areas and can be setup for both left and right handed use
UPC: 753218989284
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Wacom Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black)
  • Battery-Free, Pressure-Sensitive Pen
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Active Area 6.0 x 3.7" / 15.2 x 9.4 cm
    Number of Buttons 4
    Buttons Customizable Yes
    Connectivity Ports 1 x Micro-USB
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 8.3 x 6.7" / 21.1 x 17.0 cm
    Pressure Levels 1024
    Resolution 2540 lpi
    Operating System Support Windows, macOS/OS X
    Multi-Touch Yes
    Weight Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 11.2 x 8.4 x 2.4"
    Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 54.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from The good, bad, and ugly. I've been using Wacom products for more than 15 years. I think I bought my first pen tablet tool in 1998 when I was a kid. I simply can't use a mouse. I use the pen for everything, and I had 'upgraded' this from an Intuous 4. Two reasons that I was excited about this product are: touch controls and portability. The good: It's ultra portable. Finally. It seemed that the tablets kept getting wider and wider over the years (in spite of still having an identical sized work surface). I like to have my tablet beside the keyboard so I can use like a mouse. Most photos of people using it show they have it on their desk above their keyboard, closer to the monitor. That's not really ergonomic. Placing the tablet beside the keyboard is much more natural and ergonomic. Luckily this thing is tiny and I have no problem fitting it in my slide out keyboard tray, unlike previous iterations that were not only wider, but had the usb cable coming out of the side, making it have an even wider footprint. The smaller version is going to be much, much better for travel. On my last big trip, I had to pack the tablet into the checked luggage because it was too big. This one is (thankfully) much smaller. The bad (but could be worse): Gestures are quite bad and overall touch input are not very smooth or seamless like what you would expect from a macbook pro trackpad, or an ipad for example. In fact, I had to turn off the zoom and rotate which appeared to be horrible. I would often accidentally rotate things, and not even be able to get them back to being perfectly horizontal as they should be. That was bizarre. Also, the zoom is stepless, meaning, if you zoom a bit, it will zoom into 114.36%, or something like that. Zooming in steps of 25% would be ideal. The biggest advantage of the touch controls is the ability to scroll webpages while reading. Just drag two fingers and you can scroll up and down webpages quite easily and it feels quite responsive, similar to the Apple trackpad. The ugly: The pen is a lot smaller than the Intuous 4 pen, which is nice and beefy, with a rubber grip, instead of cheap plastic. This pen is smaller and feels very cheap. It doesn't feel balanced in the hand as the Intuous 4 pen did. I'd be happy to pay extra for a good pen, and I was hoping that the older pens could work with the newer tablet, but that would probably be asking too much. Right clicking with the new pen is very difficult, and often results in ghost clicking. That is really frustrating if you are trying to move files. The rockered click buttons on my pen are also very loose and appear to 'float'. I honestly thought I received a defective unit when I first tried to 'right-click'. I've worked out a few workarounds to some of the above problems, and will hopefully, eventually get used to the unrefined quality of this device. I'm certainly not an Apple fanboy, but I'm VERY excited by their new pencil tool, and hope that tech trickles down to their trackpad, which offers a very refined user experience. If that happens, I'm certain that Wacom will lose a lot of marketshare if they don't pick up the slack and design their products better. I only recommend this product if you want something small and portable.
    Date published: 2015-11-11
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet (Black) I do all of my photo editing in Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom CC. Before I purchased the Intuos Photo Pen & Touch Small Tablet it was almost impossible for me to make accurate corrections using my mouse. I've been able to make minute changes to my photos while maintaining close attention to detail. Being Ambidextrous, I've been able to hold the pen in my left hand to write while holding the mouse in my right hand to make addional correction. It works great.
    Date published: 2016-06-21
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Don't Let the Size Fool Ya! This little Wacom Photo tablet is just right for getting creative with your photos. Bundle with some great software, and its compact size, lets your creativity follow you on the go. The pen is responsive and feels great in your hand. Its not wrapped in that awful rubber that just degenerates into a sticky icky feeling over a long period of time. The tablet allows touch gestures, much like may of the touch-pads, which makes it even easier to navigate and use with your laptop. Almost like having a very large touch-pad. If you add the wireless kit, you might not even use the touchpad on your laptop again.
    Date published: 2017-02-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Compact size, easy to carry I like it, the form factor is what I was looking for because I retouch often on the go. I was using an Intuos5 for years and was tired of carrying it.� When it comes to the ergonomic, tablet is fine but the pen is small and lighter than the intuos5. The smaller diameter makes the pen turn in your hand so you are always searching the buttons. Because that pen is lighter and smaller you don't get a good grip either so it's not as good to control.� Overall I'm happy with it and I'm getting use to its quirks, maybe I'll add something to the pen to make it better... Two bad Wacom does not sell a pen upgrade...
    Date published: 2017-12-13
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Big Learning Curve There is a big learning curve, for me at least, using this product. I do think it will come in time but it would have been a lot easier if they had included a manual for the pen and touch. None of the on-line manuals are for this particular tablet. As a side note, the free Corel software that is offered with the product is not compatible with Sierra 10.12. The free canvas print is a print on metal. Intuos customer care said this was not their problem, Corel offered me a 15% discount on any of their compatible products. All in all, I do believe the tablet will be a useful tool when I have mastered it and I would recommend it to a friend with the caveat of not wanted or needing the freebies.
    Date published: 2017-03-13
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good Choice I'm using the Wacom Intuos Photo Pen and Touch in conjunction with Affinity Photo and Affinity Design. The Intuos adds a new dimension of control with the pressure sensitive pen and tablet. The Intuoss completely replaced mu mouse in just a few days. I also purchased the wireless kit for the Intuos adding an additional portability to the product. The pad lacks some of the programmable buttons found on the pro model. But for the size and ease of portability I believe the Intros is a great buy.
    Date published: 2015-10-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool for editing I need to start by saying that I'm just a new amateur in photography and even newer in photo editing. I have found the the use of this tablet has really helped my editing and has made it much more enjoyable. The use of the pen allows me to edit for longer time when compared to using a mouse. I like the customization of the button on the tablet. I use capture one pro with this tablet and I'm not looking back to use a mouse for editing.
    Date published: 2016-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from My First and I love it! I am just starting off in Photoshop and I wanted more control over my edits. This product is perfect for someone like me. Not too expensive, easy to hook up. I am now able to draw eyelashes on my photos with precision and the flow opacity is more easily controlled as well. Love it so far!
    Date published: 2016-03-27
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