The Intuos Pro Creative Pen Tablet from Wacom is a flexible graphical tablet that can be used to digitize your work, and by flexible, we don't mean bendable. By itself, the Intuos Pro is a standard drawing tablet that connects to your system via USB or Bluetooth. It has customizable ExpressKeys and a Touch Ring to assist you with your workflow, and comes with the Wacom Pro Pen 2, which has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. When combined with the separately sold Paper Clip, Finetip Pen, and paper, the Intuos Pro becomes the Intuos Pro Paper Edition, allowing you to sketch on paper and store your work without having to be online or connected to a computer. To share your sketches right away, you can connect to iOS or Android devices using Bluetooth. Edit videos and create motion graphics with two months of Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects included when you purchase and register your tablet. Regional restrictions may apply.
- 8.82 x 5.83" Active Area
- 8192 Levels of Pen Pressure Sensitivity
- Multi-Touch Support
- USB & Bluetooth 4.2 Connectivity
Wacom Intuos Pro Overview
- 2Advanced All Digital Workflow
- 3Wacom Pro Pen 2
- 4Efficient Workflow
- 5Slim and Compact Design
- 6Creative Software
Wacom Intuos Pro Specs
|Active Area||8.82 x 5.83" / 224 x 148 mm|
|Number of Buttons||8|
|Inputs/Outputs||1 x USB-C|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||13.18 x 8.54 x 0.31" / 338 x 219 x 8 mm|
|Number of Switches||2|
|Report Rate||200 pps|
|Technology||Electromagnetic Resonance (EMR)|
|Dimensions (L x D)||6.2 x 0.6" / 157.0 x 15.0 mm|
|Bluetooth Protocol||Bluetooth + LE|
|Maximum Battery Life||12 Hours|
|Charging Time||4.5 Hours|
|Operating System Support||Windows, macOS/OS X|
|OS Compatibility||Windows |
*As of February, 2018: Check with manufacturer for the most up-to-date compatibility
|Weight||1.5 lb / 0.7 kg|
|Package Weight||3.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||15.5 x 11.4 x 1.7"|
Wacom Intuos Pro Reviews
Useful, versatile tool for photo editing.
After watching some YouTube videos by photographers I follow who use this tablet and swear by it, I bought one to use for photo/video editing. While there is a learning curve, I find that I'm able to better make fine edits to my photos than I am using a mouse. Dodging and burning, radial masks, etc. are easier and I'm able to be more precise with my edits.
This is my fifth Wacom and the second of this model. Have used them for over 30 years, never a problem. And they all still work. I could not (would not) do my Photoshop work without it.
Can't use 2 hands at same time to draw
The title of the review may seem a bit sarcastic, but it is a notice that 2 handed simultaneous use is a basic thing one can do in real life that should be available by now in digital drawing. I am sure there are enough brilliant minds to make this happen and I don't think humanity should have to wait until next century to be able to use 2 hands to draw simultaneously on a computer. So there; no 5 star reviews of ANY digital drawing interface until I can use 2 hands at the same time. To this particular product itself, it DOES have the same issues many have of: 1. USB connection not working sometimes 2. Bluetooth being a bit too laggy to want to use instead of wired. 3. Too easy to accidentally activate buttons and scroll wheel (not sure what to do here except be careful. So the question remains: When will humanity move on to 2 handed input ability with digital pen interfaces?
And I thought Photoshop Had a Steep Learning Curve!
Before ordering my Wacom tablet, I had heard it took some time to learn how to use it, but I had no idea it would be as difficult as it has turned out to be. That's especially true for an older person like myself that has hand tremors. I'm going to keep practicing, but frankly, I may be returning this item to B&H Photo.
Very helpful tool
I am in a process of learning some AI skills and this tool does great job for now. My intention is to purchase 24Cintiq as a reward for my diligence in acquiring these skills. Wacom makes great products!
Excellent - As Expected
What can I say? The Wacom tablets are the industry standard for excellence with this type of pointing device. While, for me, there is a steep learning curve to switch from my mouse to a tablet, the tablet is much more precise once you get used to using it.
Great but not perfect
Primary use is video editing and for that it has been a wonder. It's intuitive and fantastic when dipping into AFX or photoshop. I'm so much faster and less constrained by the interface I use. The downsides: - Sometimes the pen isn't recognized or is slow to respond. That's about the only thing I can think of... but it's a big thing.
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