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    is intuos 4 art pen working fine with 5?
    is it likely that wacom will release a new version of art pen for 5?

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    pen tech is the same, don't worry about that.

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    I thought I'd mention another bug. The tablet when plugged in disables your monitor power settings (Windows 7). It means your monitor is ALWAYS on. :/

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    Sorry, this may be a little OT but, how do i tell if my Intuos 4 is 1st or 2nd gen? Are the model numbers different? Thanks!

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    ask it @ forum.wacom.eu? they can check when your tablet was manufactured by its serial number, probably can do it with generation too.

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    Thank you for this videos and reviews guys, good to see the intuos 3 surface returned-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elsevilla View Post
    Thank you for this videos and reviews guys, good to see the intuos 3 surface returned-

    Where did you read that? From what I read the Intuos5 surface is still quite "chewy"

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    Per our earlier conversation Arshes, I finally got my backordered I5 large in, after a two week long backorder. So far so good. The wireless experience is far superior to the I4WL and touch gestures are working flawlessly. I'm on Mac OS X, so I'm not sure how much of a difference this makes where gestures are concerned, as I haven't tried the tablet in Windows 7 yet.

    I do not like the surface grit -- I had hopes after that misleading first impressions article I read, that the smooth surface would return. That being said, I haven't seen any scratches thus far, and am quite pleased with that.

    Capacitive and tactile buttons feel good. I do not miss the LED displays, nor do I miss the strange, staggered arrangement of the buttons on the I4.

    My only complaint is something you mentioned above. I wish the "active area" was more centered on the tablet; I understand why there's more space on the right (or left) sides, as, depending on which is your dominant hand, the extra space will correspond to the natural left-to-right strokes you make as an illustrator, allowing extra space on the side where it is needed. (Still -- the active area feels off balance and completely messes with my strange necessity to keep things symmetrical (I'm quite OCD in this regard))

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    Hi guys, first post around here so hello everyone.

    Considering the medium size version of the intuos 5, but not so sure if the touch option would that usefull. What is your opinion after using it? is it so laggy and buggy that you have permanently turned it off?

    I can see how it could be usefull, but wondering if similar functionality can be achieved with the buttons on the left side..

    The other option is to just buy the cheaper Intuos4 small, since the've gone down quite a bit. I would be going small, but is for home use so it would be just fine.

    Any advise would be appreciated!

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    I haven't had any issues with touch functionality thus far. I've even permanently removed my Magic Trackpad from my setup.

    Despite the problems others have been having (and not to discount those), I still recommend going with the I5; most of the problems being experienced can (and will) be resolved through driver updates. In my humble opinion, it's better to have the more current hardware, even if driver support is lackluster at the moment.

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    Just a note of caution though. If you accidentally damage the touch surface you have to have the tablet sent in for repair. The way the tablet is built, you simply cannot get another overlay sheet as you can in previous models. So it is something to consider.

    I believe Mac Users got a newer driver. I have yet to see one for Windows 7 for the US?

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    Well this just gets stupider.

    I got my wireless kit from Wacom last night and charged it. When you put in the wireless kit, it messes up your Wacom preferences. If you navigate to the Properties, it doesn't show your preferences if you use the stylus or touch. HOWEVER, if you navigate with it with a mouse or trackpad it does eventually show your original preferences.

    But hey, it gets "Better" When my tablet is plugged in now, it completely lost my orientation preferences in touch mode. Basically if I use the stylus, it remembers my left hand orientation. However if I navigate with touch it is in right hand orientation mode. WTF. Am I supposed to flip the tablet around like someone with OCD?

    I also noticed that if you go into full document mode unplugged you may lose your cursor if you're navigating through touch. I watched it happen a few times.

    I am soooooooooo frustrated with this product right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arshes Nei View Post
    Well this just gets stupider.

    I got my wireless kit from Wacom last night and charged it. When you put in the wireless kit, it messes up your Wacom preferences. If you navigate to the Properties, it doesn't show your preferences if you use the stylus or touch. HOWEVER, if you navigate with it with a mouse or trackpad it does eventually show your original preferences.

    But hey, it gets "Better" When my tablet is plugged in now, it completely lost my orientation preferences in touch mode. Basically if I use the stylus, it remembers my left hand orientation. However if I navigate with touch it is in right hand orientation mode. WTF. Am I supposed to flip the tablet around like someone with OCD?

    I also noticed that if you go into full document mode unplugged you may lose your cursor if you're navigating through touch. I watched it happen a few times.

    I am soooooooooo frustrated with this product right now.
    Oh geeze, this gets scarier and scarier. Maybe I should buy a 4 before they sell out everywhere....

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