“Wacom’s tablets have long been considered an industry standard, and reasons as to why are obvious to anyone who uses them. Though the Intuos3 was a masterpiece of a tablet, the Intuos4 improves things all-around, such as with a higher level of sensitivity, LED-labeled quick-keys, removable USB cable, improved design and more.”
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Anyone who has used a tablet for anything in the past, and quite a few who have never played with one, know the name Wacom. If you have used their Intuos3 tablet you will probably be excited about the new Intuos4 Professional Pen Tablet, available in several sizes. The price is still high and so is the quality, in this case the new version is all about more little extras. For instance the programmable LED shortcut keys to the side of the tablet now reveal which shortcuts have been assigned to them, there is pen nib storage at on the tablet and a few other interesting features which are revealed in TECHGAGE’s full review.