Wacom Intuos Draw Blue Pen Tablet
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Ignite your imagination with the new Intuos Draw. It includes Wacom's leading pen tablet technology, free downloadable creative software and online training. So whether your dream is crafting amazing sketches, sharing your work with friends, or starting a portfolio, Intuos Draw has everything you need to start creating right away.
You're closer than you think
Whatever your creative style - or level of skill - Intuos can help you reach the next level. With four different versions, there's one to match you and your creative work exactly.
And because you already know how to draw with a pen and paper, working with the Intuos pen is simple and natural. As you explore the possibilities, your work will develop in new directions from your very first creation...
Spark your imagination
With an Intuos Draw pen tablet, you'll find everything you need to bring your ideas to life. Complete with software, services and training, you'll be drawing, painting and sharing in no time.
Your art made amazing
Making the move to digital art couldn't be easier with an Intuos pen tablet. The comfortable, pressure-sensitive pen makes drawing and painting feel natural, just like pen on paper.
Everything an artist needs
The Intuos Draw comes with ArtRage Lite software to give you exactly what you need to draw, sketch and paint. Just plug in your tablet, register and download the free industry-leading software.
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- Type: Pressure-sensitive, cordless, battery-free
- Model Number Small: CTL490DB (Blue)
- Active Area Small: 152 x 95 mm (6.0 x 3.7 in)
- ExpressKeys: Yes, 4 with application specific settings
- Multi-Touch: No
- Limited Warranty: 2 Years in Europe
- Pressure Levels: 1024
- Wireless Support Yes: (Sold separately)
- Weight: Small: 290 +/-50g
- Resolution: 2540 lpi
- Reading Speed (pen): 133pps
- Pen: Intuos Pen
- Cables Included Yes
- USB port
- Internet connection
- CD/DVD-ROM drive
- Windows 7, 8 or 10
- Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later
Product Type: Pen tablet
Technology: Patented electromagnetic resonance method
- Intuos tablet
- USB cable
- Replacement pen nibs
- Quick start guide
- Installation CD
Chris, South Africa. 18 January 2017
I now know what Moses felt like when he was writing the ten commandments.
Jennifer, South Africa. 8 November 2016
Awesome value for money.
Theodor, South Africa. 12 September 2016
Great little tablet. Super easy to set up, even on windows 10.
Ursula, South Africa. 19 July 2016
My son absolutely loves his Wacom
Linde, South Africa. 15 June 2016
Troy, South Africa. 31 October 2016
If you're starting off illustration as a hobby or a career, this is the place to start. There are free softwares like Krita that are perfectly compatible with the Intuos, and many free brush sets that hold the key to better drawing.
Some like the chunky Wacom pen, others don't. It does feel a little cheap, and of course only has pressure sensitivity unlike the professional models. The surface feels pretty nice to draw on, although it is pretty small.
The main problem with the Intuos Draw Blue is that the pen tends to divert when you are drawing a curve. You have to maintain even pressure to draw a circle. What often happens is that it tends to form a rounded octagon. If you are doing line art, this is extremely frustrating. If you need line art to start your painting with, rather draw on paper and then scan in the page to work on it. Otherwise, you'll have to make like a Japanese Zen calligrapher and execute your pencil strokes with perfect precision to get clean lines. It is also somewhat noisy to draw on, which can lead to annoyed people in a quiet working environment.
The next level up from this should be the A5 Intuos Pro, which offers tilt sensitivity, multi-touch recognition and is a lot quieter.
Dylan, South Africa. 1 October 2016
It works great and feels like drawing on paper!
Tammy, South Africa. 4 January 2017
Really good condition, really pretty, works great. I'm a beginning artist and it's easy but great to use. 10/10
Jaryd, South Africa. 12 September 2016
An affordable entry level drawing tablet. Great for beginners and the included program is pretty decent. Recommended for people who are starting of using a drawing a tablet.
Marc, South Africa. 31 October 2016
A great drawing pad at a very affordable price. It works very well and is built sturdily.
Grant, South Africa. 6 August 2016
Great product, does the job.
Siphiwe, South Africa. 5 October 2016
Good to work with, smooth surface and keeps the consistency on the favourable side! And the extra nibs are just the best way to keep your flow going on and on... :)
Reece, South Africa. 11 January 2017
Cannot load onto laptop a product key is not valid. Still waiting for a response from supplier...:(
Hopefully I will be impressed once it is loaded and usable.
Nickey, South Africa. 30 January 2017
excellent product was a bit difficult to do the software installation. Else works fun new toy.
Nichol, South Africa. 6 December 2016
I have an old Graphire and use an Intuos Pro Medium at work, so I'm quite familiar with the Wacom pen tablets. This, as with the other, holds up in quality and design. The stylus, however, does feel a little cheap compared to older ones and the ones of more premium versions. It's very small, (as it doesn't have all the outside surface as with the Pro series), but you quickly lose notice of that. I also had quite a bit of frustration with the new drivers (if you're running Windows 7, make sure it's up to date) and it would have been ideal if it cost just a little more, but the wireless battery and dongle were included. The texture of the tablet feels great though and unlike the Intuos Pros, the surface of the drawing area is not 'glossy', but has a matt feel which offers a drag on your strokes more like paper would, rather than plastic (which I often find is too quick).
Considering it is one of the entry level versions, it's worth the money spent if you're tight on cash. If you can drop a few grand, go for one of the 'Pro's rather.