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Wacom Presents the New Intuos4

Posted on February 2, 2010
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Wacom Intuos 4

There’s a need to raise a fervid discussion about Wacom’s newest baby, the Intuos4. The best is yet to come as they have promised. The Intuos4 is designed to offer a whole new level of pen tablet experience, redefining the essence of professionalism and finesse. Intuos4 is endowed with splendid and pioneering features inspired by Wacom’s highly professional creative team.

The tablet body and surface combined have been entirely refurbished to enable engineering, consistent strokes in the longest time offered possible.  The Intuos comes in several wide-format sizes of your choice, available in S. M, L, XL and a wireless model. Take your pick that complements your working style and demands for professional development.

The Intuos4 takes all your work progress worries taken care of. This sleek new professional gadget also carry out an impressive software points of integration along with balanced need for performance and comfort alike.

The innovative details are obvious in every angle at a glance. Creativity and style is in every detail. That’s what Intuos4 is all about. Details, details, details… it’s in every aspect visible in the Intuos4. This gadget promises to surpass your every expectation, drawing a satisfied smile on your face.

The Intuos4 is precisely the world’s comfortable Intuos tablet so far. Showcasing a slim-profiled tablet with comfortable slanted palm rests that gives you absolute hold for working on each area of the tablet. The cordless, battery-free pen boasts off ergonomically and cushioned contoured barrel, and an array of interchangeable points.

The Intuos4 also features illuminated displays applicable to M, L, XL and wireless models, the Touch Ring and ExpressKeys feature application-specific functions and no mouse included with the Intuos4 Wireless tablet.

The perfect working partner is here to back you up and lead you to a progressive and professional  work style.

Source:  MacWorld, via Engadget

 
 

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