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Testseek.co.uk have collected 59 expert reviews of the Wacom Intuos4 and the average rating is 89%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Wacom Intuos4.
 
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The editors liked

  • Stylish
  • Novel ambidextrous redesign
  • Ultra-responsive ergonomic pen with 2
  • 048 levels of pressure sensitivity
  • Touch Ring
  • Detachable lead
  • Build and new ambidextrous design
  • Easy operation
  • New Tip Sensor for Grip Pen
  • LED programmable ExpressKeys and Touch Ring
  • Good response and comfort
  • Excellent driver
  • Ambidextrous operation
  • Express Keys
  • Multifunction Touch Ring
  • Lightweight pen
  • Precision control
  • Well designed
  • Comfortable pen with 2
  • 048 levels pen pressure
  • Extra nib

The editors didn't like

  • For light users
  • Those on a budget or anyone who doesn’t want to delve into customisable settings the smaller
  • Cheaper Wacom Bamboo range is for you Min specs
  • Active area (W x D)
  • 223.5x139.7mm
  • Physical size (W x D x H)
  • 370 x 254 x 12 mm
  • 1000g...
  • Only one thing I can find
  • And that’s (arguably) going to be the price
  • Expensive
  • Smallest version lacks Oled screens
  • Pricey compared to Wacom’s Bamboo range and rivals
  • Small footprint may deter some

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  Published: 2012-03-12, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • Wacom again sets the standard other manufacturers must hope to achieve. ...

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  Published: 2012-02-27, Author: Nick Spence , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Precision control; well designed; comfortable pen with 2,048 levels pen pressure; extra nib
  • Pricey compared to Wacom’s Bamboo range and rivals; small footprint may deter some

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  Published: 2009-11-04, review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Build and new ambidextrous design, easy operation, new Tip Sensor for Grip Pen, LED programmable ExpressKeys and Touch Ring
  • Only one thing I can find, and that’s (arguably) going to be the price
  • The new Intuaos4 features and intelligent use of technology updates makes the Intuos4 even better than the already excellent Intuos3. The ambidextrous design, where you swing the tablet by 180-degress and plug it in again and away you go again is such ...

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  Published: 2009-07-31, Author: Ardjuna Seghers , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • The best just got considerably better. Wacom's Intuos 4 combines great looks, excellent ergonomics, impressive build quality and class-leading features into a whole that's as practically satisfying as it is aesthetically desirable. If you do a lot of phot...

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  Published: 2009-05-07, review by: itreviews.com

  • Abstract:  This new range of tablets is beautifully designed, although showing up even the most subtle of marks quickly - clammy hands, scratches from the Grip Pens nibs, fingerprints, you name it - so youre going to need a moist cloth close at hand if you wan...

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  Published: 2009-05-07, review by: computeractive.co.uk

  • Good response and comfort; excellent driver; ambidextrous operation; Express Keys; multifunction Touch Ring; lightweight pen,
  • Expensive; smallest version lacks Oled screens,
  • An expensive but brilliant graphics tablet...

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  Published: 2009-04-29, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • Abstract:  After four and a half years, Wacom has finally updated its professional-class Intuos graphics tablets. About bloody time! The company has clearly been enjoying itself far too much during this period producing inexpensive but cool and clever tablets for...

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  Published: 2009-04-01, review by: expertreviews.co.uk

  • Abstract:  With the Intuos 4, Wacom has redefined the graphics tablet with a wholly new user experience: the range of new features looks set to win it new users, and to tempt many existing owners to upgrade....

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  Published: 2009-03-26, Author: Nick Spence , review by: macworld.co.uk

  • Stylish, novel ambidextrous redesign, ultra-responsive ergonomic pen with 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity, Touch Ring, detachable lead
  • For light users, those on a budget or anyone who doesn’t want to delve into customisable settings the smaller, cheaper Wacom Bamboo range is for you Min specs: Active area (W x D): 223.5x139.7mm; Physical size (W x D x H): 370 x 254 x 12 mm; 1000g...

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  Published: 2009-03-26, review by: pcadvisor.co.uk

  • Put that old Wacom tablet on eBay or pass it on, the Wacom Intuos4 really is a giant step in pen tablet technology. The simply stunning make-over is only half the story, though, equally impressive is a wonderfully responsive new pen and comprehensive ...

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