*Coupon for a Free 8 x 10 Metal Print Included ($69.95 Value!). Shipping charges apply*
8" x 10" Metal Print
A unique new way to display your photos and images. Your pictures are transferred directly to metal using a high definition direct infusion patented ink and heat system. The images are bright and vibrant and give that pop-out effect. The prints are hung using mounting blocks so they stand-off from the wall giving the product depth and dimension.
Average Customer Rating:
(1 Review) 1
(out of 1review)
Rating Snapshot(1 review)
1 of 1(100%)customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Wacom® Intuos5 Touch Medium Pen Tablet
Review 1 for Wacom® Intuos5 Touch Medium Pen Tablet
Pros: pressure sensitivity, configurability, when it works it is a pleasure to use.
Cons: driver!!!!, touch is poorly responsive
Model Number: Wacom Intuos5 Medium
"I upgraded to the Intuos5 from the Bamboo Pen and Touch (which I also purchased from Costco)! If you have the cash and are wondering if the Intuos5 is worth the extra money over the Bamboo, I'd say, most definitely yes. The pen sensitivity is noticeably better, especialy for painting, but it's also nice for making minute shading changes to photographs. Also the configurability of the software is much handier in that you can customize the pen and touch behaviors on a per application basis. You can't do this with the Bamboo. If your sole reason for buying the tablet is photo retouching, the small would be plenty large (although you lose a couple of buttons). The medium is great if you're interested in painting, but feels pretty big most of the time for me. Unless I'm painting, I adjust my work area down to about the size of the small
The touch on the Intuos5 is mediocre, very insensitive. If touch is your reason for choosing this device over an Intuos4, it's not really a good reason. It can come in handy at times, but it's klunky most of the time.
As is typical with Wacom, the driver is awful. I honestly can't believe they would ship a product with such a buggy driver. I'm left-handed and sometimes the driver forgets the "handedness" for touch. Thus, all of the touch functionality is opposite what it should be. Sometimes the heads up menu won't appear. Sometimes the driver loses the per-application configuration settings so my buttons don't work as expected in Photoshop (causing unexpected and sometimes destructive results). The solution is typically to reboot my machine. At times I've had to reinstall the driver to get the functionalty back. Much as I love this device, I'm glad I bought it at Costco so I can return it. I will give Wacom 6 months to fix their problems, because when it works, I LOVE this tablet. But this is typical of Wacom. It took them at least a year to write a decent driver for the Bamboo. Hopefully we won't have to wait that long for the Intuos5."