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WACOM Intuos 4 Professional Pen Tablet - Small/Black

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  • 6.2" x 3.9" Active Area
  • Advanced Pen Tip Sensor
  • Display Toggle

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Intuos 4


Tablet Dimensions
309mm x 208mm x 12mm / 12.2" x 8.2" x 0.5"
Active Area
6.2" x 3.9"
Pressure Levels
Tilt Range
+/- 60º
System Requirements
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2+), Mac OS X 10.4.8+.

Note: Also requires color display, powered USB port, CD/DVD drive, and broadband Internet connection to download bundled software.


2 Generation Pen Tip Sensor
6 ExpressKeys
Application-Specific Settings

Slightest Nuance
Featuring Wacom's new Tip Sensor, Intuos4 now captures the slightest nuance of pen pressure, starting with only a single gram of force.

Working Under Pressure
With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, Intuos4 gives you the creative power to dynamically adjust exposure, brush size, line weight, opacity, and more.

Natural Feel
The Intuos4 Grip Pen features a new contoured barrel designed to minimize grip effort, reduce stress to your hand and wrist, and otherwise emulate the feel of your favorite writing instrument.

A Turn for the Better
The finger-sensitive Touch Ring provides intuitive control of scrolling, zooming, brush size, canvas rotation or layer selection. A central toggle button allows you to control up to four different functions in each application.

The innovative, ambidextrous design of Intuos4 allows you to maximize the productivity of both your hands. Having the ExpressKeys and Touch Ring on the same side of the tablet ensures that they are perfectly positioned for use with the hand that is not holding the pen.

Ergonomic Ahhhs
Intuos4 is the most comfortable Intuos tablet yet. The slim-profiled tablet has gently sloping, easy glide palm rests that provide complete support for working on all areas of the tablet.

Your Settings at a Glance
On the Small tablet, just press the default ExpressKey to display the settings on screen.

Software, No Less
Intuos4 owners are entitled to download their choice from a selection of titles by industry leaders such as Adobe, Autodesk and Corel.

Package Contents

Package Contents
Included in the Intuos4 Small package:
- Intuos4 small pen tablet
- Intuos4 Grip Pen
- Intuos4 Mouse
- Pen stand
- Ten replacement nibs (five standard nibs, one flex nib, one stroke nib, and three hard felt nibs)
- Nib extractor
- 2.5m USB cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Installation CD (includes tablet driver software and electronic user manual)
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Anonymous
  • 9/13/2011 9:21:42 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsBad support

Pros: The Intuos 4 is a remarkable device. For digital design I can see that it is a must have. The tablet itself and it's functionality is superb and I would definitely recommend the product. Don't let the small size be a deterant. I have a 1920 x 1080 monitor and the mapping is excellent. Integration with CS5 is wonderful.

Cons: I am having issues with the switches on the pen. When first starting a session, the pen switches are not recognized. I open the diagnostics panel and make heavy contact with either side of the rocker switch and it begins working. After making several contacts, the switch works fair for the remainder of the session. After sitting idle for some time, when I go to use it, I have to go through the same procedure again. I have followed Wacoms instructions and have contacted support by email twice with still no response. Since this is how your are supposed to approach warranty concerns, I can see that this is not going to happen. It looks like I will have to purchase another pen which will effectively double the price of the tablet. Two eggs for terrible customer service on a top notch product.

Other Thoughts: My symptoms could possibly be driver issues but I do not think so. My system is a quad core i950 with 12Gb ram and two EVGA 460's in SLI supported by two Intel 320 series ssd's. More than enough to handle the pad. I run a lot of video and photo software and I have no problems with any software on my system. So, it could be driver issues but without support, I have to assume it is hardware.

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  • Raymond O.
  • 7/9/2011 12:14:38 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsBetter than Intuos 2!

Pros: Hello everyone,

been a Wacom Intuos user since 2004. Had a 9x12, wore it out. The wear pattern (using Photoshop/Illustrator) was about 3"x3" - in the center of the tablet.

Smaller tablet is better fit,, faster to navigate the UI, and still delivers all the drawing room I need for anything. Using space-bar/hand tool in Adobe - to drag the work into the target area - becomes second nature.

New button and scroll ring layout is good. Tablet is nice and thin.

Cons: None.

These tablet's rock!

"Nothing unlocks the power of Photoshop like Intuos!"

Other Thoughts: Mounted tablet with keyboard on a large masonite clip board (with clips removed) using it like an easel. The easel (mounting board) is attached to the table so it can't fall, but still slides into my lap for the correct angle to draw upon, pretty much.

Been using this system long time; double sided/padded mounting tape (Scotch) works fine for attaching tablet (and keyboard) to art easel.

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5 out of 5 eggsAwesome Portable Pen Table...and so much more

Pros: -Extremely Portable
-Amazing Adobe CS5 Integration
-Same precision as other (larger) Intuos4 Tablets
-Comes with a boatload of accessories (10 nibs, 5 button mouse, pen, pen holder/nib holder)
-Two sided pen, both tip and eraser
-Extremely expandable with other Intuos4 pens

Cons: -Small Intuos4 Tablet does not have the OLED screen next to the buttons that you find with the other (larger) Intuos4 Pen Tablets

Other Thoughts: - I am a college student that is heavily into graphic and web design. This is my first pen tablet and I am positive I have made the right decision! The big difference between this and the bamboo is the CS5 integration which is essential if you are interested in professional level graphic or web design.

For the price you can

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  • Kevin L.
  • 3/12/2010 2:42:53 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsDon't pass up the Intuos4 Small just because it's small...

Pros: I frequently use a Wacom tablet in electronic schematic layout, conceptual art design, and even some gaming, so this was a great step up from the previous Intuos3. Being out and about frequently, some of my work is done on a laptop, so picking up an Intuos4 Small made sense as it'd fit nicely into a laptop bag.

Here's a rundown of this model's pluses:

- Specific to the Small model, conservative dimensions allow it to fit within a 17" laptop case with plenty of extra room.
- Very precise, as Wacom is always known for!
- A giant step up in pressure sensitivity. The Intuos4's 1g starting pressure is a boon for sensing the slightest strokes, compared to the 10g of the Intuos3.
- Great, heavy pen holder that matches well with the tablet's sleek design. The many extra nibs and remover tool (finally!) are an excellent addition.
- The driver is quite intuitive. Adding programs, backing up profiles, and configuring the tablet's functions are all very easy--with one exception noted be

Cons: There are, unfortunately, some problems. I definitely hope Wacom will address these in the future, upcoming wireless model notwithstanding:

- Nib and surface wear. I agree with many users that the rougher surface eats tips and sheets in no time. This is particularly true for heavy hands and heavy usage.
- The mini-A USB socket's durability concerns me a little, as I always disconnect the tablet when packing up. Being gentle helps, though.
- I rarely use the ExpressKeys, but when I do, they feel harder to press, but less tactile, than the Intuos3's.
- The touch ring's button scrolls its four functions in one direction--top to bottom. There should be a modifier key that allows it to scroll the other way to save time.
- No way to reassign an .exe in the driver without creating a new profile.
- Can't bind Precision Mode or other tablet-only functions to the keyboard.
- Mouse is not that useful...again.
- No OLED displays, but I don't need them. Keyboard shortcuts and intuition ar

Other Thoughts: All in all, I give this little brother of Wacom's new line of powerful input devices 4 out of 5 Eggs. It's a giant leap forward for their hardware--especially the heightened sensitivity and design--but the company stepped backwards for a few critical basics. Regardless, one can't ascend much higher than this new line at a decent price, so my choice to upgrade an oft-used tool was still worthwhile.

Besides, not everyone can afford their upcoming Intuos4-based Cintiqs, right? I sure can't! ;)

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  • Jennifer M.
  • 3/11/2010 11:01:59 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNice Item, ok price

Pros: The Intuous 4 pen is comfortable to hold and the sensitivity setting is good to use after install. It comes with a program that dissapears on the side but is always there that you can use to write anything by hand and it translates it to text. There is a mouse and plenty of nib refills. This one is much nicer looking then my old Graphite. Its also larger and when I can figure out the buttons I'm sure those will be very usrful too.

Cons: I went to Best Buy after ordering this and found it for $199.99, $30 dollars cheaper than here. The side buttons are difficult to figure out how to program and the eraser doesn't work now in Photoshop CS3. It did when I first installed it.

Other Thoughts: This does come with a mouse. I ordered an extra because I wasn't sure. If you're planning to leave the tablet connected all the time, you shouldn't need any other mouse. Its a bit slow but I think you can adjust the sensitivity. I couldnt find anywhere where it said it did or didn't come with one and there's not one in the picture. Just thought that'd help a bit.

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