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Wacom Intuos4

Posted on: 25 March 2009

Layers Magazine talks about the latest Intuos.

When I first encountered the new Intuos4 tablet from Wacom, I was immediately blown away by its new design. The new ambidextrous layout has all of the controls on one side of the tablet, making it easier to use all the features. This is possible with the detachable USB cord and dual ports, which allows you to turn the tablet 180˚ for left- or right-handed use. Another stellar new feature is the LED labels for the ExpressKeys. Previous models had ExpressKeys but it was impossible to remember what they were programmed to do. With the new LEDs, you can see exactly what’s programmed, and it even changes when you switch between applications. [via Layers Magazine]

Read the rest of the review.


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