Wacom Graphire4 vs. Intuos3

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    Wacom Graphire4 vs. Intuos3

    i was wondering. graphire4 A5 size and Intuos3 A4 size?
    you pay double the price for Intuos3, and you only get from A5 to A4.
    so if you are a designer, you need tablet for better quicker skeching, do you need A4 double price Intuos? or save money and buy Graphire A5 size?

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    I've been using a graphire A6 at home, and Intuos A5 at work, and have just ordered a new Intuos A5 for home.

    There's a big difference in feel between the graphire and Intuos I think, and better sensitivity levels too, but if this is your first tablet, you probably won't notice any difference (regarding the sensitivity I mean) ... on the size front, A5 is ideal for me... the whole tablet takes up about the same amount of space as a horizontal sheet of A4 paper, If I had an A4 tablet, I'd need a bigger desk... the drawing feeling is good on A5 btw, and no its not like drawing on a piece of A5 paper, the dimensions are mapped out the size of your monitor nicely.

    A5 = great size
    Intuos = better technology.

    your choice I guess - simplejack

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    but if you had a bigger dest would you eant A4 or it would be not necessary?

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    nah I dont think I'd buy an A4 unless I was really serious about my artwork or needing to work professionally as an illustrator. if this is your first purchase, you won't regret an intuos or graphire A5.

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    thanx man, it was realy informative.

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