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Which Intuos size should I choose?

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Which Intuos size should I choose?

Postby InTheZone » Wed 17. May 2017, 12:29


I am about to buy my first wacom tablet and don't really know if I should get the Intuos small or medium. I am working on a 15' macbook pro and wanna use it mainly as a mouse replacement for audio production and some photoshop here and there.
I tend to the smaller one but I'm not sure if I can be precise enough with it, bc I do have to be able to tweek very little at times.
What do you think? Is the small version enough or would the medium be more fitting for my needs?

Thanks in advance. I hope you are all having a wonderful day! :)

- Liam

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Re: Which Intuos size should I choose?

Postby DrZoidberg » Sat 20. May 2017, 20:11

I had the same issue, but over the large or medium. I work on large detailed illustrations so thought the large would suite me best and I loved it! however due to a lump problem with my tablet I retuned it to Amazon. Then out curiosity of I tried the medium, I loved it even more, much more comfortable and way quicker to use. So my advice maybe to order off Amazon try both and return the one you don't get on with within Amazons no quibble 14 day return window.

Keep in mind the new generation is only available in medium or large, and I would only suggest the large in conjunction with the paper addition for the A4 paper size.

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