Wacom Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet Click on images to enlarge

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Wacom Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet

Wacom Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet ignites your imagination. It includes Wacom's industry-leading pen tablet technology, free downloadable creative software and online training - everything you need to bring your creations to life. Whether you're an aspiring artist or a professional designer, this tablet has the functionality you need to tackle all your projects. With a simple, natural design, this tablet is as familiar as drawing with pen and paper. Share your work with friends, start or expand your portfolio and bring technology to your artistic process. Whatever your style or skill level, Intuos can push your work to achieve new heights!

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.

Features of Wacom Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet

Spark Creativity
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.

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.

Equipped with Everything You Need
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.

Online Resources
With access to online training and tutorials included, it’s easy to get set up and learn new skills.

Share it
With Intuos, you can share your art with the world. Post online, print on paper or canvas to display your work in a variety of ways.

A natural, just like you
With an Intuos pressure-sensitive pen and a tablet designed for both right-and-left-handed use, drawing is as natural as pen on paper.

Easy to set up, easy to use
Go online, plug the USB into your Mac or PC, install driver from the web download, register your Intuos, and download the creative software.

Fresh colors
Choose from blue or white, light and airy colors that complement you and your work anywhere you go.

Academic Pricing:

Small Blue - For Academic Institutions Only

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Part# CTL490DB-US-INST

 

Small White - For Academic Institutions Only

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Part# CTL490DW-US-INST

 

Retail Pricing:

Small

(Mint Blue)

Part# CTL490DB

$79.95

Small

(White)

Part# CTL490DW

$79.95

Tablet Size: Available in Small size

Basic Control: Yes

Ergonomics: Right or Left-handed use

Color: White/ Mint Blue

Connection: USB, wireless (sold separately)

Compatibility: Windows & Mac

Type: Pressure-sensitive, cordless, battery-free

Model Number: Small: CTL490DW (White) CTL490DB (Blue)

Active AreaSmall: 152 x 95 mm (6.0 x 3.7 in)

ExpressKeys™: Yes, 4 with application specific settings

Multi-Touch: No

Limited Warranty: 1-year in USA, Canada, and Latin America

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

System Requirements:

  • 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

What's Included:

  • Intuos tablet
  • pen
  • USB cable
  • Replacement pen nibs
  • Software download instructions and code
  • Quick start guide
  • Installation CD

Customer Reviews

  1. Pretty Good, but...

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    It works perfectly fine...except a couple things. 1. There's a pause before the pen starts drawing. I've disabled the hold to right click function, but there's still this short pause that, despite how short it is, continually annoys me. 2. When I'm drawing, the cursor likes to move weirdly when I'm in the middle of drawing a line. It messes up all the stuff I'm trying to draw with its' little self spazzing out. I wish I could ignore that problem, but it won't stop messing up the things I'm working on. Just wanted to let you guys know.