Wacom Intuos Draw Graphics Pen Tablet Review

I have never used a drawing tablet before but I have always loved the idea so I decided to buy the Wacom Intuos Draw Creative Pen Tablet and give it a go. I decided a few weeks ago to have a go at drawing some designs. So, out of interest, I browsed the internet for the best drawing tablet for a reasonable price and I definitely mananged to find one. There is a lot of choice obviously, with wide, wide ranges in price, but this Intous stuck out straight away for me. It’s made by the best maker of drawing graphics tablets in the game, looks good, is discreet for the desk and is about £60. I was happy with the price because if I don’t end up using it too much then it won’t have broke the bank for nothing.

I do actually use the tablet and pen every single day. I use it to draw on a programme called FireAplaca where I can use different pressures to create different styles of drawings and designs.

Te actual tablet is super light weight and isn’t exactly ‘solid’. However, it’s still well built and looks like it won’t break any time soon. I even dropped it and it had no poor effect. The pen that comes with the tablet is very basic but for what I want, it is completely fine. The pen has two buttons which can be customised within the computer settings. I use it on a MacBook Air, and it works perfectly, and has no lag at all. It installed without any problems.

In the back section of the tablet you have spots for a battery and a Wi-Fi dongle to sit and also a space for nibs, of which three are included. The label at the top of the tablet can be used to slip the pen into, which I thought was a nice little addition. Overall I couldn’t be happier with this, and it’s nice to be using a Wacom tablet again after all these years.

If you’re looking to buy this tablet then you can do so by clicking here.

Eleanor May

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