Wacom Refreshes Their Tablet Lineup With The Intuos And Intuos Pro
With a recent update, Wacom has decided to drop the name ‘Bamboo’ from their lineup. Instead, it is now simply called the Intuos. It comes with a new product to replace the old Bamboo lineup. Secondly, the previously known Intuos will now be called the Intuos Pro. They also have modified the design a bit. In addition, they have also released a special edition Intuos Pro.
The Intuos Pen starts at just $79, comes with four express keys, and delivers a great pen with a solid design. The Pen and Touch variation starts at $99 and offers multi touch support. You can also purchase a medium sized version for $199. They both offer the ability to go wireless with an additional upgrade module.
The Intuos Pro line was previously the Intuos line. It comes with a few key design adjustments such as the difference in buttons. Previously, the buttons were embedded deep in the tablet, making it harder to press. The new design seems like it is much easier to use. In contrast to the Intuos, it has many more express keys, a touch ring, and a different look and feel.
They have three variations in sizes from the small ($249), medium ($349), and large ($499).
They also have an Intuos Pro Special Edition which has a silver accent and offers a few optimal shortcuts as a bonus.
Although this was just a short run down of the recent news, you can check the full list of features through their site at http://www.wacom.com/us/en/creative. Click on the second icon on the left column to access the various products available.