Author: Wacom Tablet Reviews (page 1 of 22)

Wacom Bamboo Create: A Great Tablet for Artists



The Wacom Bamboo Create is an excellent beginner’s and semi-professional tablet. Despite slightly worse sensitivity specs on the pen area, it produces great results and is really comfortable for drawing. The biggest advantage of this tablet is its price range ($199+ or less) and a large drawing area that is touch-capable. That’s right, you can pinch to zoom, scroll and even tap with just your finger.

Click here to read more or buy the Wacom Bamboo Create on Amazon!

Kind of a dream come true for anyone who has a tablet that doesn’t respond to anything but the stylus, right? In fact, some people claim to have stopped using their mouse after getting this tablet (Amazon review)!



  • Ease of use and portability.
  • Touch capable – multi-touches, too!
  • Only $199+ or less for a good sized tablet.
  • Large active area at 8.5 x 5.4-Inches.
  • Tablet Resolution: 2540.
  • Freebies: AutoDesk Sketchbook Express, Photoshop Elements, Corel Painter Essentials, and a few coupons.
  • 4 ExpressKeys for shortcuts.
  • Pressure sensitive pen with an eraser.



  • Just 1,024 levels of pressure.



  • Touch features, pinch to zoom, scroll, tap.
  • Large surface area.
  • Good accuracy and pen sensitivity – not 2048 levels like the Intuos series.
  • Highly recommended by artist users.



  • 13.8 x 8.2 x 0.4 inches and weighs 1.4 pounds.
  • Comes in a grayish white.


Click here to read more or buy the Wacom Bamboo Create on Amazon!

The New Wacom Intuos Drawing Tablets for the Family

wacom intuosThe Intuos line has been expanded.

A refresh suited for the hobbyist, student and the professional – see Draw, Art and Comic, Wacom’s newly modernized and styled graphics tablets.

In the way of features, it’s more like a refinement of looks, rather than features. This set of tablets has been noted to have a little bit of cheap plastic feel to it.  They appear to have almost the same features*, except the software differs.


  • When registering online there have been issues with the system at Wacom not reporting back whether it was completed online or not.
  • If you’re going to consider this tablet, take some time to read the second, third and fourth pages of reviews on Amazon, as the first page seems like marketing by Wacom Technology.
  • If you have any issues with lines not drawing correctly, note that Wacom Technology should replace the tablet for you. Windows should automatically pick up the tablet when you hook up via USB, but you should always install the drivers – they’re intended to make the tablet work best.

Notable Differences

  • *Multi-touch is available in the Intuos Art, but not the Intuos Draw.
  • Art also comes with Corel Painter Essentials so you can start creating right away.
  • The others follow suit: Comic comes with Anime Studio Debut and Clip Studio Paint Pro.


  • TypePressure-sensitive, cordless, battery-free
  • Model NumberSmall: CTL490DW (White) CTL490DB (Blue)
  • Active AreaSmall: 152 x 95 mm (6.0 x 3.7 in)
  • ExpressKeys™Yes, 4 with application specific settings
  • Multi-TouchNo
  • The USB cable is about 4ft

Wacom Intuos Draw digital drawing and graphics tablet (CTL490DB) – $94.99

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Wacom’s Fineline Between the Graphics Tablet and Tablet World

Most new pc tablets now have some touch sensitivity and stylus pens work on their screens. What’s more, you can do work on a tablet pc – but a graphics tablet isn’t capable of much more, unless you own a Cintiq.

So why get a Wacom graphics tablet?

For Wacom, this may be a challenge to figure out, now that devices like the Ipad are able to accommodate artists as well as general computing tasks like browsing.

Their price tag? Another challenge for Wacom which continues to sell its large screen tablets at a price more apt to yesteryear than 2016.


It’s all too clear why Wacom has jumped on the bandwagon working its latest pen stylus for the Ipad crowd.

The tablet industry is changing, and Wacom along with it.

Now enough about business.

What does the Wacom Bamboo Fineline 2 stylus have to offer Ipad owners?

  • Natural and easy to use. A smooth writing experience and a papery feel.
  • “Ergonomics with fine textures in an elegant premium design”
  • “Works with leading apps”

Price: $59.99


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