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    INTUOS 4 L or XL for MAC 27" ?

    I've bought today an Intuos 4 Large to use with my MAC 27".

    NOW i'm wondering if I did it right or should've bought an XL... Any suggestion?

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    Did you try the Large first to see if you have a problem using it? If not, then you have nothing to worry about. I don't think you should worry until you actually try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Did you try the Large first to see if you have a problem using it? If not, then you have nothing to worry about. I don't think you should worry until you actually try it.
    I'm trying it, seems fine.. but I remain with the doubt if the XL one could be better.. Damn.

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    My experience is, I never use an area much larger than a mousepad anyway, so a large was just more awkward for my lap.
    Sure if you're into sweeping arcs, it's great, but when was the last time you went all out on a piece of newsprint?

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    Artists that are more traditional actually love working large. But a lot of people think that the monitor has more to do with the travel distance...and...really it's not so much.

    I prefer the medium and large these days due to rsi but sometimes even the small had its advantages, like for inking it seemed to be just right for me

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    My desktop monitor is 27 inches and the Intuos4 large is perfect for it. And the intuos4 large is so big in it's own right that I had to buy a new desk to accommodate it....the xl is just way too big. Trust me...you'll be just fine with the large size.

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    Thanks to all of you! I think I made the right choice, I''ll sleep well tonight...

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