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Wacom Goes Wireless

Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless (Image courtesy Wacom)
By Andrew Liszewski

Wacom has finally joined the fight in the battle against cable clutter with their new Intuos 4 Wireless edition. The new medium-sized tablet connects to your PC via Bluetooth allowing you to wander up to 33 feet away while still using it. Now I’m not sure how productive you’d be 33 feet away from your monitor, but for artists who like to sit their tablets in their laps, this will be a welcome upgrade.

It still comes with a USB connection and cable which is used for charging the tablet or using it when the battery is dead, and it’s available now for $399.

[ Wacom Intuos 4 Wireless ] VIA [ SlashGear ]








  • Grangoire

    Does it have that annoying lag in responsiveness that most Bluetooth devices show?
    Because I would expect most wacom users to find that unacceptable.

  • Jessicat

    I have to agree with Grangoire, I don't own many wireless devices for that fact and batteries. I don't mind wires, i have a system of zip ties that fixes most instances.

  • Jessicat

    I have to agree with Grangoire, I don't own many wireless devices for that fact and batteries. I don't mind wires, i have a system of zip ties that fixes most instances.