Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet
Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet
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Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet

Price ৳ 29,000.00
Regular Price ৳ 28,500.00
Status In Stock
Product Code PTH 660

৳ 28,500.00৳ 29,999.00

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Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet

Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet has advanced control 8192 levels pen pressure, tilt recognition with Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity.

Model Number PTH 660
Active Area 338 x 219 x 8 mm / 13.2 x 8.5 x 0.3 in
Color Black
Express Keys 8 ExpressKeys
Multi-Touch yes
Pressure Levels 8,192
Wireless Support Built-in Bluetooth connectivity
Weight 410g (14.5 oz)
Pen 10 Pro Pen 2 nibs (6 standard and 4 felt nibs in pen stand)
Resolution 5080 lpi
Pen Wacom Pro Pen 2
Cable Included Yes – 1.5 m (4.9 ft) PVC-free USB to micro USB cable with L-shape plug
Security One tether slot
Productivity Boosters Radial menu, Display toggle and On-screen keypad available on all models
System Requirements Windows® 7 or later (excluding Windows 10 S; latest service pack/build), OS X 10.11 or later (latest update) Standard USB Type-A port
Warranty One year

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2 reviews for Wacom Intuos Pro Medium PTH 660 Pen Tablet

  1. Junel Sawkat

    it has an incredible level of sensitivity until you feel like you are grinding your pen nib, which you are, so get ready to make your own out of weed wacker cord or buy really expensive nibs from them. also the bluetooth connection is NOT straight forward and you have to hold the center wheel button down for PC to see the correct bluetooth connection. it is very slow and laggy on the screen with many different render stations I use. I love the corded response, usb-C cable just to let you know. the wheel is fun but laggy, and the buttons might just be a bit too meh when you have a keyboard mouse and wheel as well. I think there’s a lot of hype on some of the specs, so unless you really need an incredible amount of detail, get something less expensive, and don’t rely on the bluetooth to be butter smooth, the reaction on the screen with the mouse icon is not at all. also you have to use the wacom desktop software to update the firmware and software drivers directly from wacom before you even bother to use the tablet. that is a lot of stuff to cover if you think you can just unbox and use it. which is a negative to me. wacom should have many videos online explaining this and a much better dummies guide to this, even a one panel image etc. great box and presentation to the purchase and a very sturdy build. the battery lasts a very long time. the touch is a novelty, why would you use it? to rotate an image you are drawing on? imagine how much you would accidentally fudge it while also drawing with the pen on it and the edge of your palm. pluses and minuses but overall the right tablet if you cannot afford a surface pro and want to draw on 2k-4k monitors. remember to get a your settings to 30fps – 60 fps if you can and always set it to RGB 4:4:4 if you can if this tablet is for fine art or photography, which it should be used mainly for (and animation cels if you still do that)

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