Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless graphic tablet + 3 training dvds, pixmania  £284
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Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless graphic tablet + 3 training dvds, pixmania £284

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Found 8th Jan 2012
Really nice wireless tablet, for the pros using photoshop here in HUKD. You can use the £6 pounds voucher to get it to this price.

They come with the new released tutorial for free on this offer:
"MEET THE MASTERS", worth £70
wacom.eu/ind…242

Also dont forget quidco for an extra %5 cashback.
So possibly £270


I know this probabky wont get hot, but interested to see what people think...

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I think it is a little small for professional use.

Original Poster

I think it is a little small for professional use.



sorry to say, but you dont know what you are talking about... A5 is the standard size, you can obviously find bigger, but that doesnt mean that this one is not a PRO size.

Original Poster

this is getting hot!!!!!! it is the cheapest one around, doesnt this make it a good deal?

qinyanggl

I think it is a little small for professional use.



That's what she said.

Voted hot.

Really good price, I've got the wired medium size (A4) and it's great!
I don't think the A5 would be too small, you always find that you use the same area of the tablet due to zooming in and rotating the canvass.
Have some heat!!

Original Poster

dont know why I even bother, if the deal is not a kitkat for 1p it always get cold!!!

Looks like it's available elsewhere for around 250, might be why it's getting cold..

How's this compared to their Bamboo range?

Original Poster

Looks like it's available elsewhere for around 250



show me.

How's this compared to their Bamboo range?



This is miles apart, way more sensibility pen/tablet..

I paid £277 for this exact tablet in early 2010. It's lowest historical Amazon price is £236.19 in Oct 2010. I haven't been watching the prices, but that would be they are going up over two years?!

A.Fudge

How's this compared to their Bamboo range?



Some of the Bamboo tablets are multitouch so you can use them with your fingers as well as the pen. This one you can only use with the pen. The Bamboo ones are designed for fun, and getting around your computer easier. The Intuos tablets are design for professional graphic use because they have much more sensitivity to pressure and angle of the pen, so you can draw more kinds of line.

I wouldn't want any bigger than A5, unless you are making giant pen strokes for most of the time you are using it (which is really tiring on your arms), you will mostly end up using the area in the centre of the tablet anyway.

dromi

sorry to say, but you dont know what you are talking about... A5 is the … sorry to say, but you dont know what you are talking about... A5 is the standard size, you can obviously find bigger, but that doesnt mean that this one is not a PRO size.


I know, that's why I said a little. It really depends on what you do. For editing, it is fine. But it is obviously a little small if you want to copy paintings, sketches or blueprints. I am using a Intuos3 A3, but I think a A4 one will be ideal for most of the people. I have voted hot when you posted anyway.

Original Poster

It's lowest historical Amazon price is £236.19 in Oct 2010



Hi, where can you see this info? are you sure is the wireless version?

I have voted hot when you posted anyway.



thanks, sorry if I came across rude but a5 is the perfect size IMHO.

@dromi thanks for posting this, the price has gone up but this is the best current price. It was around £230 lower than the wired one last year but my car needed some work so I passed on it, now I'm in the Market for one so it's hot but not scorching....lol

Original Poster

The great news is that the new intuos 5 is out today! Lucky I didn't get this one!

But getting the intuos 5 now for sure, let the search begin...
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