Wacom Intros Intuos4 Wireless Pen Tablet
Wacom today announced its Intuos4 Wireless professional pen tablet. Intuos4 Wireless uses Bluetooth wireless technology and has a USB charging feature. The Intuos4 Wireless tablet is essentially that, a cordless version of the company's existing Intuos4 tablet. It features a special Grip Pen, which though its Tip Sensor technology offers users near zero-gram starting pressure for high sensitivity. The pen also features a pressure-sensitive eraser and two customizable side buttons. The wireless tablet has 2048 different levels of pressure.
Intuos4 has an asymmetrical design which puts controls on one side of the tablet for ease of use with the user's non-dominant hand. The ExpressKeys are customizable and have illuminated OLED indicator displays. The Intuos4 can be used by both left- and right-handed users; to switch between hands, all users have to do is rotate the device 180 degrees and change the orientation of the buttons.
Customers are given a choice of software when they purchase the device from Adobe, Autodesk, and Corel. Additionally, Wacom has an entire line of accessories for the Intuos4 including different types of pens. The Intuos4 Wireless tablet will ship in the US in late February or early March for an MSRP of $399.
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