Wacom has announced an updated Intuos Pro Small, a compact, wireless drawing tablet built for portability. The Intuos Pro Small is the last in the Intuos Pro line to get a design refresh; the Medium and Large sizes were relaunched a few years back with slimmer bezels and an updated stylus, the Pro Pen 2, that has 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity.
At $249, the Intuos Pro Small is more affordable than the $379 Medium and $499 Large tablets. The design is nearly identical, too. The only difference with the Intuos Pro Small is that it has two fewer ExpressKeys than the Medium and Large sizes. It also doesn’t offer the ability to swap out texture sheets, which lets artists customize the tablet surface feel, depending on if they like a…
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Author: Dami Lee