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Old 10-22-2013, 03:21 AM   #1
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Intuos Pro or Pen for Zbrush/Mudbox/etc?

Hi, I am wondering if people have used both the Intuos Pro and the Intuos Pen or Pen and Touch tablets.

Mostly I am curious is there is really any huge benefit in buying the Pro over the Pen or Pen and Touch version. In the medium size range the Pro is ~$110 more than the Pen and Touch version.

Specs:

Pen: http://www.wacom.com/au/en/creative/intuos-pen
Pen and Touch: http://www.wacom.com/au/en/creative/intuos-s
Pro: http://www.wacom.com/au/en/creative/intuos-pro-s

From what I can tell the Pen and Touch are pretty much the same but the Touch version has multi touch for gestures (which aren't really used in many apps yet).

The Pro has 2048 levels of sensitivity instead of 1024. The Pro also has a higher resolution 5080 lines per inch vs 2540 lpi. The pro has 8 buttons instead of 4 and a few other bells and whistles including wireless.

Are these really going to make a difference in sculpting apps such as zbrush/mudbox or even 3dcoat?


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