Wacom's Intuos Creative Pen Tablet combines a pressure-sensitive pen and multi-touch capabilities in one smart device. Create digitally on your Mac with the natural comfort, precision, and feel of traditional brushes and pencils. Includes software key to download ArtRage 3 and Autodesk SketchBook Express.
- Ergonomic, battery-free pen with two programmable switches
- Multi-touch gestures to scroll, zoom, rotate, and more
- Application-specific Express-Keys
- Upgradeable with Wireless Accessory Kit (available separately)
- Ergonomic and slim tablet design
- Exchangeable pen holder and pen ring let you personalize your set
Did you notice?Easy multi-touch gestures let you do more with less effort.
Apple Recommends ForDraw, edit photos, and create on your Mac with the natural feel of traditional brushes or a pencil.
What's in the Box?
- Wacom pen tablet
- Wacom battery-free pen
- Three spare pen nibs
- USB cable (3.3 ft./1 m)
- Installation CD with driver
- Software download instructions
- Cable Length: 3.3 ft./1 m
- Connections: USB
- Width: 7 in./17.8 cm
- Weight: 10.9 oz./310 g
- Length: 8.3 in./21 cm
- OS X 10.5.8 or later
- Intel processor
- Windows 8 or Windows 7
- Mfr. Part Number: CTH480
- UPC or EAN No.: 753218991126
- Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty: Two years
- Active display area: 6 by 3.7 in.
Ratings & Reviews
This product works exactly as I expected it would. I purchased it to do some sketch work on my Mac, and it does so perfectly. I This product works exactly as I expected it would. I purchased it to do some sketch work on my Mac, and it does so perfectly. I do not do any precision work or art whatsoever - I'm using this exclusively to make rough sketches and notes. It was easy to install, the software is sufficiently customizable, and it works with every app that I've wanted it to. Couldn't ask for anything better. …
- Written by Greg S from Andover
11 of 12 people found this useful
Tried to love it, but its not good.
Pros: Cost effective beginner pen tablet for minor work/photo editing.
Cons: Where do I start?
1)Difficult to install: I h Pros: Cost effective beginner pen tablet for minor work/photo editing.
Cons: Where do I start?
1)Difficult to install: I had an older Wacom Pro connected to my Macbook pro prior to this. I installed the latest drivers for this, but until I wiped out the old software, only either the pen or the touch would work (whichever I touched first after bootup), but never both. After 30 mins of messing with drivers this seems to be resolved.
2)Ergonomics: The plastic requires a firm touch and has a high coefficient of friction compared the glass trackpad. Despite my high hopes, the MagicPad Wins there. I do like the blue, black, silver sharp color combo, but the feel is awful.
3)Gestures: I bought this so I would have a device that combined the pen and MagicPad Performance. The gesture recognition on this is sloppy at best. Gestures to reveal the desktop or launchpad (thumb and three fingers) are imprecise and poorly detected. I never appreciated how amazingly natural the MagicPad gestures are until I tried this. They are also NOT programmable- so even if I wanted to change them to be more friendly, I can't. Dragging a window is plop three fingers and swipe left or right- that's all you get. Wacom's idea of "Customization" is checking a box to enable or disable gestures. Its amazing how much worse a 4 finger swipe to change spaces is compared to Apple's 3 fingered swipe. Selecting a block of text in a text editor such as Sublime Text is the hardest thing to do. You end up selecting it, but also moving it at the same time. I had to practice this for 10 minutes and its still not reliable.
4)Details: when you scroll a web page with the MagicPad, you get that little bounce when you hit the top or bottom. You don't get that with this thing. When you swipe to change spaces its also an "all or nothing" thing where as with the magicpad you can pause half way between a swipe- you have control and fluidity. The whole operating system UI just works better with MagicPad. This made me VERY VERY sad. The lack of animation feels like 1995 all over again- as if Clippy the MS Office assistant is going to pop up any second, but even he was more animated than the UI when using the Wacom Pen and Touch.
Bottom line: I'd pass on this. The MagicPad dies every 3 months when the physical clicker mechanism wears out, but I'd rather buy 4 of those per year at $70 than one of these ever. Wacom- PLEASE improve your stuff- cause I want to buy it- I really do! …
- Written by Jonathan P from Milwaukee
31 of 50 people found this useful
Multi-touch does not work
First i got this, it worked perfectly. Somehow, i went to bathroom, and after i got back, the multitouch just doesn't work anymore First i got this, it worked perfectly. Somehow, i went to bathroom, and after i got back, the multitouch just doesn't work anymore. I tried to reinstall the driver couple time, but it still does not work. Other than that, most prat are pretty good …
- Written by Tianpeng C from Rancho Cordova
32 of 74 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Does it work with ipad?
- Asked by Francisco P from Cap Fed
- Feb 10, 2015
This will not work with an iPad, because it was designed to be used on Mac OS X and not iOS. Same g This will not work with an iPad, because it was designed to be used on Mac OS X and not iOS. Same goes with most other tablets of this type.
What you are looking for is actually a Capacitive Stylus, which will work with any other tablets that are like the iPad and not the Wacom. The Apple Online Store does have one, called "Pencil by FiftyThree." There's also the (Disney/Marvel) Creativity Studio Deluxe Stylus, which also is designed for iPads. All three are under the "Toys and Hobbies" Section.
If you're looking for Keyboards that will work with an iPad, you may want to go to "Shop iPad" then click on "Accessories." …
- Answered by Samuel W from Milwaukie
- Feb 20, 2015
What gestures are working now in Yosemite?
- Asked by Димка Ф
- Mar 23, 2015
No answers yet
Does this support all the gestures the normal Macbook touchpad does? Like 4 fingers up etc.?
- Asked by Oscar E
- Jan 17, 2014
can you write notes on tablet and convert it to a pdf?
- Asked by John V from North Fremantle
- Feb 4, 2014
In theory, yes. You will need a third party app for this however. The tablet merely enables pen ba In theory, yes. You will need a third party app for this however. The tablet merely enables pen based input - anything that you want to actually do with it (other than move the mouse cursor around) will need to be done through additional software that is not included. …
- Answered by Greg S from Andover
- Jan 14, 2015
Does this product work with photoshop elements 12?
- Asked by Linda W
- Nov 25, 2014
Yes. It works with everything on your computer. When you open up the preferences panel, you can set Yes. It works with everything on your computer. When you open up the preferences panel, you can set preferences based on individual applications. …
- Answered by Ben G from Conyers
- Jan 12, 2015