By Andrew Liszewski
Wacom’s new Intuos4 tablets have officially shown up on the company’s website, coming as a surprise to no one since the units have already been spotted on store shelves. The Intuos4 will be available in 4 different sizes ranging from the Small model (6.2 x 3.9 inches for $229) to the Extra Large model (19.2 x 12 inches for $789) and all feature 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. In other words, these are all still high-end Wacom tablets.
Other notable updates to the Intuos line include a set of customizable ExpressKeys with accompanying OLED displays showing their current function, a Speed Ring touch-sensitive scroll wheel that can be used for zooming, scrolling and changing brush sizes and a clever ambidextrous design that can be customized for left or right-handed users by simply rotating the tablet 180 degrees.