- Wireless/Wired Hybrid. Charging when connected, wireless when needed.
- Pen mode buttons on top, near eraser. To change pen behavior etc.
- Pen Grips Accessories.
- Drivers should have more options. There are just not enough settings according to price.
- The Tablet itself should give pressure indication. May be 2 to 3 levels. This helps a lot on how much pressure you need to apply. Will help reduce nib wear.
- scratch resistant Glass surface. Like the one used in iPhone 4
- More accuracy in the stroke. Still traditional pencil and paper gives too much better control (from an expert wacom user).This surely is related to the base technology, as is common to all wacoms.(going worse with smaller tablets, of course.)
2. A wireless option that isn't a joke: "less than 6 hours" for about 10hs of use and using their own dongle that occupies a USB port (bluetooth please?).
3. Also, a more reasonably priced Cintiq. Apple can make an entire computer with a 9.7" multitouch display for $500 and still make money. How can a 12" screen+tablet cost twice that? (actually, reading the specs the actual screen is 10.3")
right now what I want from wacom is the ability to keep up with their own product. Do they even realize how much sales they lose by constantly not keeping up with inventory. They obviously need to expand to keep up with demand. Constantly having stores not have product to sell is not smart business.
they also need to stop removing product features as a way to raise profit margin. people like the touch wheel and touch strips. they should have not removed this from the wacom 13hd.