Intuos4 Wireless review
This version of the Intuos4 is precisely the same as last year’s wired version, except it now sports Bluetooth for flexible working. It still matches up to the others in Wacom’s range with excellent build quality.
The pen boasts 2,048 level pressure sensitivity. The navigation wheel is iPod-like and gives a great degree of control once you’ve mastered it. This model has an embedded OLED display to keep you informed of the tablet’s current settings. Completing the feature range is full ambidextrous support.
A full charge will give you about a day’s use of the bundled software, which includes the ubiquitous Photoshop Elements 6, Corel Painter Sketch Pad, and Autodesk Sketchbook Express 2010. In use, the large 20cm drawing area allows true freedom of expression, yet detailed control when you need it.
Wireless working and pro-level features – the ultimate graphics tablet for general users
If you already have an Intuos4, the upgrade to wireless is certainly a reasonable decision. If you have yet to decide which graphics tablet is for you, look no further.