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Intuous digital padI don’t have this nifty digital pad yet but this holiday season I’m going to treat myself to it. I’ve been perfecting my mouse and photoshop technique for twenty years and every now and then I’ve used a small pad and stylus but the ergonomic difference between the two behooves me to change. All the computer work I’ve done has given me carpal tunnel and aggravating pain in my wrist.

Here is an overview…

Intuos4 redefines the Intuos pen tablet experience, thanks to a new design and new features inspired by members of our professional creative community. Featuring the new Wacom Tip Sensor, 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, customizable ExpressKeys and a multi-function touch ring, Intuos4 feels precisely like authentic physical writing instruments and art/design tools.

digital illustration by Lon Levin

digital painting by Lon Levin for HarperCollins

Both the tablet shape and surface have been completely re-engineered to enable ergonomic, consistent strokes, even over long periods of time. Available in three different wide-format sizes, Small, Medium and Large, you can pick the perfect one to fit your specific working style and workflow needs.Workflow, that is. This all-new professional pen tablet takes into consideration the many aspects of a professional’s workflow, software integration points, and equal demand for both performance and comfort.

Whether it’s the new Wacom Tip Sensor that lets you capture every nuance of a stroke, the new precision mode, or the added levels of pressure sensitivity to dynamically adjust exposure, brush size, line weight and opacity, Intuos4 promises to exceed your every expectation.

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