|Type:||Bluetooth and USB Tablets||Model:||PTZ630|
The Intuos 6x8 is Wacom's most versatile and popular tablet. With generous workspace of over 48 square inches this model is perfect for professional photographers, artists and graphic designers who want the most from their tablet.
Wacom started in 1983 and manufactures display products, pen tablets and related products. Today it is the largest graphics tablet producer, and is very popular with artists, graphic designers, architects, and cartoonists.
Wacom tablets are notable for their use of a patented cordless, battery-free, and pressure-sensitive stylus or digital pen. They are also used for recording of the pen in handwriting movement analysis. The flagship brands of Wacom are the Cintiq, intuos and bamboo. Cintiq is a tablet/screen hybrid that allows the user to draw directly on the display surface, Intuos is marketed for professional graphic artists featuring Wacom’s highest specifications and Bamboo models are targeted at home users.
Wacom believes that technology should be easy to use and simple to understand. It strives to bring people and technology closer together with products that rely on human intuition and natural movement. Wacom is commonly cited as an industry standard. It remains focused on creating strong and successful brands that will be recognized worldwide as market leaders.
|13.6" x 10.3" x .5"|
|6" x 8"|
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