"Delivers advanced input for professional users."5.0 starson by Notsuj
Pros: Spring loaded tip for digital designers looking to reduce hard clicks. Included nibs reproduce graphite, felt and ballpoint mediums. Pressure wheel provides scrolling, zoom in adobe apps. I love the included color pen highlights.
Cons: I have found nothing negative to report about this product. My wish list of functionality improvements has been met with the release of the Intuos 4, the perfect tablet.
Summary: I have been using an Intuos 2 tablet for the past 8 years (yes they were sold in 2002). From experience, these tablets withstand a production environment very well. I have been using my Intuos 4 Medium Tablet for two days now. Responsiveness, lots of software customization, and an ergonomic design make this the only choice for buyers needing to improve the speed and quality their computer input. The new wide format is a thing of magic, creating an optimum setting for quick wrist work, not much need to to move at the shoulder or elbow. Their is one very special nib that is included with the tablet. It is spring loaded and makes working with things like vector graphics more comfortable. It reduces the hard click feel and replaces it with a soft bounce. Think of a car without springs vs a Cadillac.