Wacom’s New Intuos Pro Small Is More Compact For Pro Designer On the Go

By on June 11th, 2019 in Hardware

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 Wacom’s New Intuos Pro Small [Source: SolidSmack]
Wacom’s New Intuos Pro Small [Source: SolidSmack]

Perhaps you know this but there’s a lot of equipment, not to mention sweat and long hours, that goes along with the experience you build as a designer.

Pro photographers carry loads of lenses for every situation, pro painters are militant about canvas and bristle count, and 3D pros need their hardware to be just right. Especially when you’re on the go. Enter the new Intuos Pro Small.

The updated pen tablet is a smaller, more compact version of Wacom’s Intuos Pro drawing tablets. Despite the tinier 10.6 x 6.7 x 0.3 inch frame compared to its predecessor, the screen real estate is actually larger: measuring 6.2 x 3.9 inches. As is expected, the screen works with all of Wacom’s Pro Pen variants, comes with the amazing Pro Pen 2 with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, and features multi-touch gesture support like the other Intuos Pro tablets.

Updated Pen Tablet

 Wacom’s New Intuos Pro Small [Source: SolidSmack]
Wacom’s New Intuos Pro Small [Source: SolidSmack]

One drawback of the smaller frame compared to the larger Intuos Pro Medium (13.2 x 8.5 x 0.3 in ) and Large (16.8 x 11.2 x 0.3 in) tablets is two fewer ExpressKeys (shortcut keys) on the Intuos Pro Small.

Despite this, having six ExpressKeys to work with on a tiny tablet doesn’t seem so much of a problem. Along with the ExpressKeys, the Intuos Pro Small still includes the customizable Touch Ring and radial menu for easier navigation.

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