probably the best news:
it has double pressure levels compared to the Intuos 3 and a new precision modus (whatever that is exactly )
malcooning wrote:it looks like it's for right-handed people, unless you can turn it around and configure it reversely. But then the usb cord will be in a less-convenient position.
Peter Wassink wrote:... there is no up or down side so lefthanded drawers simply rotate it 180 degrees and attach the cord on the new top side...
malcooning wrote:The touch ring looks handy, it it can be used as a dial (although it would probably suffer from same limitation as the inutos3 touchstrip, which didn't give any feedback to the velocity of advancement)
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