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Wacom Intuos4 M

At a Glance

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Price when rated: $349

Pros

  • IPod Classic-like touch wheel interface
  • New version features increased pressure sensitivity
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Programmable buttons featuring customizable LED display labels

Cons

  • For many users, new features may not merit upgrade from Intuos3 to Intuos4
  • Sub-$1,000 price tag on LCD-based Wacom Cintiq makes traditional tablets less desirable
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