Wacom Reveals Updated Intuos Tablets With Impressive Software Bundles

Wacom has always delivered on quality drawing tablets and even their “cheaper” tablets allow for professional quality work without any problems. Their Intuos line of tablets have been at the forefront of these, giving people options that fit into just about any budget, while still delivering on the quality. Today they’ve revealed their upgraded versions of the Intuos tablets, which bring together the latest technology advances, along with some seriously impressive software you can get as part of the package: 


Today, Wacom announced a new, significantly upgraded version of its Intuos pen tablet for creative beginners and enthusiasts. Bundled with software for drawing, painting and image editing, the new Intuos tablet offers an immediate start into digital art. Anyone interested in getting creative on a digital level will be able to enjoy a natural pen experience, improved accuracy and enhanced online navigation capability. Ambitious comic and Manga fans, hobby painters and photographers just need to download a software of choice to “get creative.”

“Wacom has a legacy of providing state-of-the-art technology and full solutions to our customers,” said Faik Karaoglu, Executive Vice President at Wacom’s Creative Business Unit. “We know that only the combination of hardware and software allows for an immediate start. That is why we asked leading software partners to join us in the new pen tablet offer. We believe that our customers will love the new Intuos for its advanced technology and software options.”

Upon purchase of the new Wacom Intuos, users can download up to $160 worth of creative software, including Corel® Painter® Essentials™ 6  for design and illustration, CELSYS CLIP STUDIO PAINT PRO for comic and Magna creation and Corel® AfterShot™ 3 for photo editing. Numerous video tutorials by Wacom, Corel and Celsys will help users get started.

New Intuos features include built-in wireless Bluetooth integration on some models, and three color choices. Available in small and medium sizes, all models have the same active tablet area as previous versions but with a smaller footprint and lighter weight. A built-in pen tray, four express keys, an LED indicator and in the Bluetooth models a 60 percent improvement on battery life rounds out the upgrade.

The included pen boasts 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity, battery-free Wacom EMR technology, and an improved ergonomic design with increased weight and soft touch grip area, in-pen nib compartment and nib extractor.

Be sure to head over to their website to learn more and snag your own Intuos tablet. 


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