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Wacom Launches New Intuos Pro Small Advanced Pen Tablet

Joining the Medium and Large models, the Wacom Intuos Pro Small completes the brand’s lineup up of advanced pen tablets. Artists and creatives now have the added flexibility of choosing their perfect tablet size that fits their workflow, while enjoying the tablet’s wireless capabilities.

With a focus on digital artists, designers and photographers, the Intuos Pro lineup features Wacom’s Pro Pen 2 that affords high precision with over 8,000 pen pressure levels (about four times more than the original Pro Pen), along with pen tilt sensitivity and battery-free performance. This means that the Intuos Pro Small is ideal for on-the-go productivity, with its small form-factor, and hassle-free battery performance.

All three sizes of the Intuos Pro advanced tablets feature a TouchRing and ExpressKeys to allow for easy operation of customisable settings – six on the Small, but eight on the Medium and Large. The tablets are also touch-sensitive, that enables a more interactive creative workflow.

Wacom’s Intuos Pro tablets are slim and built from anodised aluminium for a durable but lightweight form-factor. The writing surface produces a paper-like tactile feel, and the tablets come with a desktop stand that contains 10 replacement pen nibs.

The Intuos Pro is also compatible with two separately-available accessory pens. The Pro Pen 3D offers a third button that enables typical 3D tasks, like tumbling objects in 3D and CAD applications. The new Pro Pen slim offers a slimmer profile similar to that of a pencil to support a wider range of ergonomic preferences.

The Intuos Pro Small retails at SGD 369, while the Medium and Large retail at SGD 499 and SGD 799 respectively. The product line will be available at authorised Wacom dealers and on the Wacom eStore.

For institutions and students, Education pricing can be obtained from their local Wacom sales office.

Ian Ling
Ian is the resident Tech Monkey and Head of Content at VR Zone. His training in Economics and Political Science is at the basis of his love for journalism and storytelling. A photographer by passion, and an audiophile by obsession, Ian is captivated by all forms of tech that makes enthusiasts tick.

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