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Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet

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On a graphic tablet you can write and make drawings with special pen. The information your graphic tablet receives is transferred to your computer and can be displayed as a drawing on your screen. With the appropriate software, it is even possible to write in handwriting on your graphic tablet instead of typing.
graphic tablets
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Long product name Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet :
The short editorial description of Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet

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Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet:
The official marketing text of Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet as supplied by the manufacturer
The innovative Intuos3 A3 Wide Pen Tablet is now available in the new 16:10 format. That makes it ideal for optimising use of the entire working area in widescreen and dual-monitor environments.

The ergonomic Grip Pen, in combination with the freely programmable ExpressKeys and Touch Strip, optimises workflow, efficiency and productivity in creative applications.

Features & Benefits
- 16:10 format.
- Pressure-sensitivity with 1,024 levels.
- Tilt Sensitivity.
- Tool ID.
- ExpressKeys.
- Touch Strip.
- Absolute Positioning.
- Eraser.
- Cord-/battery-less.
- Plug and Play.
- Penabled.
Short summary description Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet:
This short summary of the Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.
Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB, Wired, 19.2 x 12" (488 x 305 mm), 0.236" (6 mm), 200 points per second, 98.4" (2.5 m), 3.09 lbs (1.4 kg)
Long summary description Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet :

Wacom Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB, Intuos. Connectivity technology: Wired, Working area: 19.2 x 12" (488 x 305 mm), Maximum reading height: 0.236" (6 mm). Report rate (pen): 200 points per second. Cable length: 98.4" (2.5 m). Tablet weight: 3.09 lbs (1.4 kg). Bundled software: Corel Painter Essential2 (English, German, French)

This is an auto-generated long summary of Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB 5080lpi 488 x 305mm graphic tablet based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.
Tablet
Connectivity technology *
Wired
Resolution *
5080
Working area *
19.2 x 12" (488 x 305 mm)
Maximum reading height *
0.236" (6 mm)
Pen
Pen included *
Yes
Pressure levels *
1024
Report rate (pen)
200 points per second
Mouse
Mouse included *
No
Ports & interfaces
Cable length
98.4" (2.5 m)
Technical details
I/O ports
USB
System requirements
Mac operating systems supported
Yes
Weight & dimensions
Tablet weight
3.09 lbs (1.4 kg)
Packaging content
Bundled software *
Corel Painter Essential2 (English, German, French)
Other features
Dimensions (WxDxH)
24.5 x 16.9 x 1.42" (623 x 429 x 36 mm)
Tablet included
Yes
Compatible operating systems
Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP MacOS X 10.2.6 +
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2013-12-29
Testseek has collected 42 expert reviews for Wacom Intuos Intuos3 A3 Wide DTP USB and the average expert rating is 88 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
88%
Source Review comments Score
about.com/compute
Updated:
2013-12-29
Pros and ConsProsGood on-screen tutorial included on the installation CD. Comes with 5 extra pen nibs - three standard nibs, a felt nib, and a spring-action stroke nib. Pen feels more substantial than my old Intuos pen, and the rubber grip is more comf...
100%
Howstuffworks.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
The Intuos3 is the next best thing to using real-life drawing and painting tools. The cordless pen is even more sensitive than the previous versions, providing greater responsiveness and a more intuitive feel. The pen offers 1,024 levels of pressure s...
Good Top-notch drawing tools that feel and perform much like their non-digital counterparts. The broad range of pressure sensitivity that the pen offers delivers everything you could ask for, whether you want to retouch and manipulate photos, sketch broad i...
Bad A little pricey for casual users, but well worth the investment if you want drawing tools that really feel like drawing tools.
Bottom line The Intuos3 is the next best thing to using real-life drawing and painting tools. The cordless pen is even more sensitive than the previous versions, providing greater responsiveness and a more intuitive feel. The pen offers 1,024 levels of pressure s...
100%
mymac.com
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2013-12-29
For those that want a more professional tablet, the Intuos is the model you want. I’ve been using the Graphire line of tablets for years and never new what I was missing until I tried the Intuos tablet. The Intuos is available in several different s...
100%
impulsegamer.com
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2013-12-29
Tory Favro9.8The Intuos 3 graphics tablet would have to be one of the best things I have ever used on a computer bar none. A graphics tablet is used by those who wish to get the most out of their pc when using applications like photoshop and the like...
98%
futurelooks.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
To start, I have to say that I am a novice in digital editing and graphics tablets. Having said that, the Intuos 3 series is highly recommended, and any tablet is a must have for any artist and designer (novice or seasoned). The Intuos 3 tablet offers...
Good Very comfortable to use, pen feels natural in your hands, Programmable keys and stripes on the tablet are huge time savers!, Excellent value in included software bundle, Pen computing can ease the pain of repetitive stress injuries due to extended mouse u...
Bad Not a whole lot, other than perhaps a sport on the tablet itself to store the pen...
Bottom line The Intuos 3 6X8 tablet is highly recommended for all professional artist and designers. It’s a good size that is neither too big or small to work on (both on your desk or on your desktop). Its sleek and compact design (about the width and height of...
95%
thegeekbeat.com
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2013-12-29
When it comes to input devices, it’s hard to be sexy and even harder to be innovative. And while some companies have focused on delivering mice in every form factor from the sublime to the bizarre, only one input company has focused exclusively on the...
90%
techgage.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Intuos3 gives you the power to quickly and professionally edit photos and create digital artwork by turning on the full power of Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, and over 100 other leading software applications. Intuos3 tablets now put ExpressKeys and...
Good Wonderful for any aspiring artist, Cordless/No Battery pen and mouse technology, Pen precision and control, Programmable QuickKeys and buttons, Multitude of functions, Simple and easy to install and use...
Bad Mouse is not as precise as pen, Feel free to discuss the review in our forums! You do not have to register to leave a comment! However, registration is quick and easy!, Addendum: To see more of Jens art, you can check out her deviantART gallery here, and...
Bottom line My experience with the Intuos3 was nothing short of fantastic. I loved just about everything about it, especially the grip pen. The tablet is very versatile with its multitude of customizable functions and light travelable design. Although I did not us...
90%
about.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Designed with professional artists, designers, animators, cartographers, and photographers in mind, the Wacom Intuos3 graphics tablet is available in six different sizes and configurations. In addition to satisfying different working styles, some of th...
Bottom line Designed with professional artists, designers, animators, cartographers, and photographers in mind, the Wacom Intuos3 graphics tablet is available in six different sizes and configurations. In addition to satisfying different working styles, some of th...
90%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Smooth performance, excellent controls, and a natural feel make the Wacom Intuos3 a must-have accessory for editing photos and other graphics work.
Good Smooth interface, Excellent handwriting recognition, Programmable tablet buttons, Wireless mouse...
Bad User-defined pop-up menu could use better layout...
Bottom line With its robust functionality and intuitive interface, the Intuos3 is an expensive tool but also an indispensable one. The 4 x 6-inch Intuos3 pen tablet is designed for the serious photographer, designer, or graphic artist to edit photos and create dig...
90%
photographyblog.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
The Wacom Intuos3 is a pen tablet that replaces the traditional keyboard and mouse combination for a wide variety of computer-based tasks, including photography related programs like Adobe Photoshop, and it supports over 100 software applications. Con...
Bottom line Before reviewing the Wacom Intuos3, Id never used any kind of pen tablet product before, instead persevering with the trusty keyboard and mouse combination. Ive since discovered that a pen tablet is very much like a monitor calibration device - you...
90%
Techloop.net
Updated:
2013-12-29
The Wacom Intuos3 is a professional grade drawing tablet for the seriousphotographer, designer, artist, etc. Right out of the box you can tell the Intuos3 is a well-designed piece of technology, the frame is a shiny grey color with function buttons lo...
85%
maclife.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Finally, a tablet that matches your wide-screen display. Youve probably noticed a trend with displays recently - widescreen is the way to go. Apples Cinema Displays are widescreen, and even PowerBooks have widescreen displays (with wide trackpads...
Good Format ideal for widescreen displays and dual-display setups.
Bad Expensive.
Bottom line The Intuos3 6x11 is expensive, but if its important that you feel comfortable as you work, its money well spent.
80%
maclife.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
A better fit for small-sized widescreen displays. The only difference between the Intuos3 4x6 and the Intuos3 6x11 is their sizes - the Intuos3 4x6 is smaller (duh). It feels just as comfortable and accurate as the bigger tablet. So why take up prec...
Good The right size for smaller widescreen displays, such as those on laptops.
Bad Expensive.
Bottom line This is one great tablet for Mac addicts - and Mac designers - who own either a MacBook or a 15-inch MacBook Pro...
80%
ephotozine.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Wacom, world leader in the pen tablet arena are now at Version 3 of their Intuos tablet, which was originally introduced ten years ago. The pen tablet is aimed at photographers, designers and illustrators to make light work of editing. There are four s...
Good Great looking, Pen is really accurate, Express keys are faster to use...
Bad Tricky to lift artwork sheath, Initial conflict with firewire drive, Large footprint for everyday use, Mouse scroll quite stiff...
Bottom line Having used a verity of tablets over the years the almost marble finish of this makes it really smooth to rest on, the Pen is really comfortable and the action is first class. The A4 version is perfect for a designer or Photoshop user whos mostly edit...
80%
layersmagazine.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
The popularity of using widescreen displays with graphics applications on the computer has led to the inevitable leap toward widescreen tablets. Recently, Wacom introduced the worlds first wide-format pen tablet aimed at photographers, designers, and...
80%
maximumcpu.net
Updated:
2013-12-29
Wacom is the single largest graphics editing tablet manufacturer, and is solely trusted by digital imaging professionals. Their latest offering in the Intuos line represents a balance between advanced tablet functionality and a reasonable price point...
Good Pen performance, Setup and configuration...
Bad Price places this technology out of reach for casual users, Touchstrip functionality...
Bottom line The tablet sells for $329 (USD) as of 1/15/2009. This price places it out of practical reasoning for the average consumer interested in dabbling with a tablet. The smallest Intuos tablet (4×6) sells for $219, and would be the logical step up for amateu...
0%
digitaldingus.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Its been just a little over a year when Wacom announced their 3rd Generation of professional pen tablets, the Intuous3. Touch Strips and ExpressKeys received much praise from Wacom users and today, are still considered one of the most valued additions...
0%
digitalmedianet.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
Dave Nagel Summary: The Intuos3 is the latest addition to Wacoms high-end line of professional graphics tablets. Its the smallest of the companys wide-aspect tablets, making it ideal for mobile creative pros and those who simply have limited desktop...
0%
HardCOREware.net
Updated:
2013-12-29
Introduction An early pioneer in the industry, the Wacom name has become THE product to have when it comes to digital art tablets.?Traditionally used in the art world, their tablets have also made a substantial impact on the digital world. As digital i...
0%
boxgods.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
The human compulsion to create a visual record of our experiences and emotions can be traced back to earliest man and his crude cave paintings. Evolution has led us from the Dark Age to the Digital Age, yet our need to create is unabated. Our tools for...
0%
thelobeandmail.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
The Good: Very precise and tuned to subtle variations in pen strokes and pressure; versatile pen; expandable with optional stylus types. The Bad: Precision has its price ? the Intuos line is relatively expensive. The Verdict: If you spend a large part...
0%
digitalhomethoughts.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
We often ask ourselves “how did they do that?” Usually the answer involves tons of costly equipment, but it does not have to. Thanks to some brilliant people at Wacom and some software from Ulead or Adobe, you can create wonders.Read on for th...
0%
computervideo.net
Updated:
2013-12-29
Wacoms graphics tablets have found a home in many video editors toolkits since they started coming available so cheaply, but do higher-specd models merit attention? The Intuos 3 range boasts increased sensitivity and a programmable keyset. We take a...
0%
connectreviews.com
Updated:
2013-12-29
I’ve been looking for a tablet for quite a while now, but I recently feast my eyes on the new Wacom 6×11 intuos3 drawing tablet. This is a gorgeous tablet that is absolutely drop-dead when you first see it. You’ll see why.First, in the box, y...
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