Wacom has released Intuos5, a new range of tablets with new features, including an intuitive multi-touch surface, an Express View display and wireless connectivity.
Intuos5 features multi-touch gestures to zoom, scroll, pan and rotate digital content. Intuos5 can recognize standard Windows and Mac gestures, but you can also customize gestures according to you need. Intuos5 has customizable ExpressKeys (six on small size and eight on both medium and large sizes) and one Touch Ring, with four-function toggle. Intuos5 is also equipped with Express View, a new Heads-Up Display (HUD) feature that displays the current settings on the computer screen.
The Intuos5 Grip Pen registers 2048 levels of pen pressure and up to 60 degrees of pen tilt, allowing the pen to emulate the same feel, response and effects derived from working with traditional tools such as paint brushes, markers and pens.
You can convert your Intuos5 into a wireless tablet with the Wireless Accessory kit, sold separately on Wacom’s e-store.
Pricing and Availability: The Intuos5 comes in four models: Intuos5 touch Small (£199.99), Medium (£329.99), Large (£429.99) and Intuos5 pen-only Medium (£269.99). Each Intuos5 can be extended with the Wacom Wireless Accessory Kit priced at £34.99. All prices are including VAT.