Wacom’s new Intuos4 graphics tablet range has launched on the company’s European website, offering a range of four sizes each with 5,080 lpi resolution and 2,048 pressure levels. As well as pen-input, the new tablets have eight customizable ExpressKeys with OLED displays (six, with no OLED, on the smallest model) to show their current assignment.
Video unboxing and demonstrations after the cut
The smallest Wacom Intuos4 offers a 6.2 x 3.9 inch active area; the medium enlarges that to 8.8 x 5.5 inches. The large has 12.8 x 8 inches while the extra-large comes in at 19.2 x 12 inches active area. Each can track pen-nib tilt as well as hovering up to 10mm above the desktop.
The Wacom Intuos4 Small is priced at €224.90 ($302); the Intuos4 Medium is priced at €369.90 ($497). The Intuos4 Large is priced at €479.90 ($645) and the Extra-Large at €799.91 ($1,076). More videos here.
Wacom Intuos4 Video unboxing:
Wacom Intuos4 overview: