Wacom has finally released an updated version of the older Intuos Pro Small (PTH451), just like they did in 2017 with the old Medium (PTH651) and Large (851) models.
The new Small (PTH460K0A) has the same look, feel, and features as the newer Medium (PTH660) and Large (PTH860), including the battery-free Pro Pen 2 and Bluetooth connections! It will also have the same price tag as the old Intuos Pro Small, $249.
The Small is perfect for any creative with a serious passion but maybe limited work space. The slim tablet design with the most compact footprint in the Intuos Pro line, with an over all size of 10.6” x 6.7”, has an active area of 6.3” x 3.9”
And the Intuos Pro small has six application-specific ExpressKeys and two pen side-switches that you can program for your favorite keyboard shortcuts. The Touch Ring on the tablet makes quick work of canvas rotation, brush size, cycling through layers, and other functions.
The Intuos Pro line is light and slim yet made of premium materials such as black anodized aluminum and fiberglass composite resin for durability and strength. And with the multi-touch surface, you can pan, zoom, and rotate around your work as simply as using your smartphone.
System Requirements: USB port, Windows 7 or later (64bit), Mac OS 10.12 or later, Bluetooth Classic for included wireless connection to PC or Mac
I haven't gotten a chance to review it yet, but from what we can read about it and if its anything like the other 2017 Intuos Pros, then I can't see any reason it wouldn't get our stamp of approval!
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