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What’s the cheapest smallest tablet that’s compatible with the Pro pen 2?

Intuos, Intuos Pro, Bamboo, Graphire, etc.
satoer
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What’s the cheapest smallest tablet that’s compatible with the Pro pen 2?

Postby satoer » Thu 17. Jan 2019, 09:39

I have the new Cintiq 32 pro. But I have also a separate monitor. I would like to control that monitor with the same pen on a separate small tablet. I don’t want to control the monitor with the Cintiq by pressing a button and switch monitors.

I don’t care about pressure sensitivity, angle, touch or large size. I just want the cheapest, smallest Wacom tablet that will recognize the Pro pen 2. Just to do basic functions like selecting dragging and clicking.

Advice?

wacom5
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Re: What’s the cheapest smallest tablet that’s compatible with the Pro pen 2?

Postby wacom5 » Thu 17. Jan 2019, 11:15

That would be the Wacom Intuos Pro Medium - Model number PTH-660
https://www.wacom.com/products/pen-tablets/wacom-intuos-pro

The other Intuos models do not support the Pro Pen 2.

satoer
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Re: What’s the cheapest smallest tablet that’s compatible with the Pro pen 2?

Postby satoer » Thu 17. Jan 2019, 11:53

Okay, thanks. I had little hope the cheaper models could interact with the Pro pen 2 (without all the features).


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