Wacom Intuos 'Art' Pen and Touch Graphics Tablet, small, black @ £64.98 (£54.98) but with free Amazon £10 voucher @ Amazon
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Wacom Intuos 'Art' Pen and Touch Graphics Tablet, small, black @ £64.98 (£54.98) but with free Amazon £10 voucher @ Amazon

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Found 19th Mar 2016
Same price as Ebuyer at £65 a few days here on hotukdeals and it was hot at 365 degrees but Amazon today, clinched it for me, as this has £10 Amazon voucher free, effectively £54.98. Those who bought from eBauyer just now may feel "..arragh". Hardware works for Windows and OSX

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Inclusive of Corel Painter Essentials 5 worth about US$30 (when bought from Amazon US download). Windows/OSX software.
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It seems to support a whole range of software straight out of the box too, such as Photoshop, Lightroom..though I have yet to find out a long list.
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Purchase any of the Wacom tablets below and receive a free £10 gift voucher to spend on Amazon.co.uk

amazon.co.uk/b/r…mp;
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any good for visio drawing?

Original Poster

AR2012

any good for visio drawing?


I ordered one just now after researching on the net for what I want to use it for, simple drawing and photo touching, but I am sure internet will inform you how visio works with this and moreover, you are the best decider of "any good". Lastly, this is available in medium and large size, so any good also depend on dimensions of drawing surface and pen touch quality.

I still use my old Wacom Graphire4

I was looking at this earlier today after seeing the Ebuyer thread. That post was for the Wacom 'Photo' tablet, which in fact is exactly the same as this 'Art' tablet apart from it comes with different bundled software. Also the tablet setup preferences may also be slightly different straight out of the box. Obviously I prefer the Amazon price of the Art version, but I personally think the Photo tablet comes with better free software (for Mac anyway). Sitting on the fence at the mo. Does anyone know how long the Amazon £10 voucher is on till?

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SirHugo

I was looking at this earlier today after seeing the Ebuyer thread. That … I was looking at this earlier today after seeing the Ebuyer thread. That post was for the Wacom 'Photo' tablet, which in fact is exactly the same as this 'Art' tablet apart from it comes with different bundled software. Also the tablet setup preferences may also be slightly different straight out of the box. Obviously I prefer the Amazon price of the Art version, but I personally think the Photo tablet comes with better free software (for Mac anyway). Sitting on the fence at the mo. Does anyone know how long the Amazon £10 voucher is on till?


I was eying this when eBuyer's Wacom "Photo" version deal came up at £65, then Amazon UK same tablet was same price for "photo" and "Art" versions as eBuyer's "Photo" but Amazon's has shot up to £75 when £10 voucher came in but the "Art" version did not go up (as yet?) but Amazon prices go up and down as we all know.
On Amazon US, the Paint Shop Pro X8 and Corel Painter Essential 5 differ in price by $10, but then again these prices do move and discount offers from time to time.
Edited by: "splender" 19th Mar 2016

you spend 64.98 and you wont get it back so i don't think it is effectively £54.98 but getting a voucher for a future spend makes it a good deal.

Original Poster

bothered

you spend 64.98 and you wont get it back so i don't think it is … you spend 64.98 and you wont get it back so i don't think it is effectively £54.98 but getting a voucher for a future spend makes it a good deal.


Exactly, that's why I put £65 in bold and if you put your voucher in your pocket and then in a washing machine then bye bye.

The draws £49.98 and saying you get a £10 voucher also amazon.co.uk/dp/…031 realised that mouse and trackpad are removed from it. Maybe not the better option when demoing.
Edited by: "AR2012" 19th Mar 2016

Can put the £10 voucher toward the wireless kit

Does anyone know if this will work in Windows 10 and El Capitan (OSX 10.11)? I've just upgraded a MacBook Pro and El Capitan won't work with any of the three Wacom tablets that I've tried. I've just splashed out on an upgrade to CC and Manga Studio only to find that they won't work with any of my tablets on OSX, so I'm looking at ditching both Wacom and Apple and moving to Ugee tablets and Windows.

I've tried reinstalling the drivers and read loads of forums, but it looks like both companies are blaming each other for the screw up. I should have listened to my own advice of 'never upgrade anything ever'.

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wonkypops

Does anyone know if this will work in Windows 10 and El Capitan (OSX … Does anyone know if this will work in Windows 10 and El Capitan (OSX 10.11)? I've just upgraded a MacBook Pro and El Capitan won't work with any of the three Wacom tablets that I've tried. I've just splashed out on an upgrade to CC and Manga Studio only to find that they won't work with any of my tablets on OSX, so I'm looking at ditching both Wacom and Apple and moving to Ugee tablets and Windows. I've tried reinstalling the drivers and read loads of forums, but it looks like both companies are blaming each other for the screw up. I should have listened to my own advice of 'never upgrade anything ever'.


You can install a new partition in your MacBook and run Yosemite.

You can install a new partition in your MacBook and run Yosemite.


Thanks Splendour, but it would mean halving the drive to get all of the software onto both partitions, and I'm not sure that Adobe would let me register CC twice on the same machine. It looks as if I either have to format and install Yosemite, or give up using Wacom and find a working alternative such as Ugee or Huion. Or even better, flog the Macbook Pro and build a fast PC with the money, screwing over both Apple and Wacom. I use Windows 10 on my Surface Pro a lot more these days, and I like it a lot more than El Capitan. I know that could use Win 10 on the Macbook, but I can't really be bothered with the driver hassle.

Update: I gave up on Wacom after years of using their stuff and bought a Huion H610 Pro. It's half the price, works perfectly on El Capitan and Windows 10, and the drivers were easy to install. Wacom seriously need to sort out their driver support, they have hundreds of downloads with different names and links that are just the same ten drivers over and over. I'm so glad that I didn't waste £500 on yesterday's Cintiq 13HD offer- Wacom's advice to Cintiq users of El Capitan is 'don't'. Not much use for people who have just bought a new Mac for graphics purposes...

Original Poster

wonkypops

Update: I gave up on Wacom after years of using their stuff and bought a … Update: I gave up on Wacom after years of using their stuff and bought a Huion H610 Pro. It's half the price, works perfectly on El Capitan and Windows 10, and the drivers were easy to install. Wacom seriously need to sort out their driver support, they have hundreds of downloads with different names and links that are just the same ten drivers over and over. I'm so glad that I didn't waste £500 on yesterday's Cintiq 13HD offer- Wacom's advice to Cintiq users of El Capitan is 'don't'. Not much use for people who have just bought a new Mac for graphics purposes...


Lovely I have just added Huion H610 Pro into my Amazon shopping basket, I shall keep an eye on this.
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