Wacom Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet

Wacom Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet

Wacom Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet

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Product Highlights

  • Helps Create Improved Digitalized Images
  • Positioning Accuracy - ± 0.15mm
  • Tool ID
  • 5 Mouse Buttons
  • Battery-free / Cordless
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Wacom KC210 overview

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The Wacom Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet helps you create improved digitalized images in CAD/CAE, 2D, and 3D graphics applications. Along with a positioning accuracy of ± 0.15mm, the rotating lens offers a 5,080 lpi resolution. With tool ID, the cursor can be recognized by the tablet as a separate tool.

Providing a perfect line of sight for both left- and right-handed users, the Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet comes with 5 buttons. As the distance between the cross-hair lens and the buttons is wider than conventional cross-hair lenses, the lens cursor allows for a perfect line-of-sight of the whole area under the cross hair. It is battery-free and cordless.

Note: The Lens Cursor operates on Intuos4 L and XL tablet models only.

Helps you create improved digitalized images in CAD/CAE, 2D, and 3D graphics applications
Positioning accuracy - ± 0.15 mm
Resolution - 5,080 lpi
Tool ID - can be recognized by the tablet as a separate tool
Provides a perfect line of sight for both left- and right-handed users
5 mouse buttons
Wider distance (compared to conventional cross-hair lenses) between the cross-hair lens and the buttons - allows for a perfect line-of-sight of the whole area under the cross hair
Battery-free and cordless
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Wacom Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet
  • 2-Year Warranty
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    Wacom KC210 specs

    Technology Cordless, battery-free, no ball
    Tool ID Yes
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 6.25 x 2.59 x 1.33" (159 x 66 x 33.8 mm)
    Weight 0.16 lb (75 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.2 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.4 x 2.7 x 1.4"

    Wacom KC210 reviews

    Lens Cursor for Intuos4 Tablet is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another tool in the shed Usefulness: Excellent for digitizing hand drawn typographic characters, or any outline, because you can see where the cursor is, and it's more stable and faster than the pen. I actually got this to add tool driven capability to my Intuos 4 tablet. My application: Much of the power of the Intuos 4 is in the per-program programibility of the side and tool buttons. After setting macros up for my video edit system on the side buttons and mouse, I realized the lens cursor would not only be more comfortable than the mouse, but the hot area is closer to the edge of the tool, and angle adjustable, which helps with building the tablet into a console. The tool doesn't bump into objects which overlap the tablet as quickly as the mouse. I liked the idea that I could change tools and quickly change functions as well, from mouse to lens cursor. I haven't used it for this yet but it adds the potential for more macro programibility in each program. Also, I'm using the center button as play in my video edit system, on the mouse it's a wheel push, not quite as good. I am having such a good time maxing out the Wacom, the next thing up is a usb macro pad of some sort. General impression: Minimal setup, the tablet recognized the tool instantly, in fact I booted with it. It is definitely more comfortable than the mouse for me. The extra mouse buttons are above and below the scroll wheel, which is a bit awkward to select sometimes. The lens cursor buttons are below the left and right click buttons, so it's a bit hard at first to not drag a finger over the wrong button. But I do like the larger size of the lens cursor over the mouse. Time will tell about the button placement.
    Date published: 2014-05-13
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