[Edited to add: There is a new model for this tablet, is called the Wacom Intuos Pro digital graphics drawing tablet for Mac or PC, Large, (PTH860).
You have three options to choose from, small, medium or large.]
Customers are actually getting two items in one with the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851: the tablet itself and the large case for the tablet.
Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851 Review
It’s a product that definitely offers good value and convenience in more ways than one.
People who enjoy art are going to find that they’ll be able to adapt to this tablet very easily.
This is a tablet that was designed to be as user-friendly as possible.
The Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet is equipped with a stylus that has a wide range of different nibs.
The tablet is responsive and sensitive to everyone’s touch, which is going to make it that much easier for users to make the transition to doing this sort of digital art.
The interface of the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large is very user-friendly.
The carrying case for the tablet was specifically designed for the tablet, and users are going to have an easy time transporting the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851 around with them.
This is a device that was designed to make all aspects of its operations easier.
- It’s a small tablet that manages to fit on a small desk
- The Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet is equipped with a user-friendly interface
- The pen for the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch has a very natural feel to it
- The base of the pen stand has a lot of nibs to use. The nibs come in a broad selection.
- The Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet was constructed to be very lightweight
- The tablet is wonderfully responsive and very easy for a lot of people to use
- The Wacom Intuos Pro Pen is equipped with a wireless accessory kit
- The case for the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet has a soft inner lining that should manage to provide a lot of protection for everything inside
- It’s easy to navigate across the visual field of the artwork in order to edit it or to get a sense of its quality
- The case fits easily in almost any piece of luggage
- There are 8 different keys that can be customized according to different applications
- There are 2048 different levels of pen pressure sensitivity
- While the tablet itself is user-friendly, the setup for the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851 is fairly difficult
- The black standard nibs wear down quickly
- The size might be a problem for the people who are interested in having a larger working area
- The price for the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large is going to be outside of the budget of many people, including plenty of professional artists
Amzdeal Graphic Tablets, Drawing Tablets 10″x 6” with Hard Hot Cells Ugee
The pressure sensitivity levels for the Amzdeal Graphic Tablets, Drawing Tablets 10″ x 6” with Hard Hot Cells Ugee are similar to what people will find with the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851.
However, the Amzdeal Graphic Tablets, Drawing Tablets 10″ x 6” with Hard Hot Cells Ugee is going to be easier for most people to set up in the first place.
It should be easy for people to customize the experience with both of the tablets.
Turcom 8 x 5 Inches Graphic Drawing Capture Pen and Touch Tablet
The Turcom 8 x 5 Inches Graphic Drawing Capture Pen and Touch Tablet is one of the least expensive tablets on the market.
However, some people have actually run into malware problems with it as well, so the savings might not be worth it.
It has many of the same capabilities as the Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch, but its construction is not as solid.
The Wacom Intuos Pro Pen Touch Large Tablet PTH851 is a great device that is going to help a lot of people get started with digital art.
People who have been doing digital art for years will love it, feeling like it will help them truly get their work done.
It’s a product that should work for most artists.
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Wacom.com, Wacom Intuos Pro’s Home Page. Retrieved on 4/10/2018.