How good Wacom Intuos draw/3d, is for modeling/Sculpting?

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  11 November 2017
How good Wacom Intuos draw/3d, is for modeling/Sculpting?

Hi everyone, Im considering changing my Wacom bamboo pen i have owned for about 7-10 (ish) years, that i use primarily for modeling and sometimes sculpting; i know its not the best tablet but it really gets the job done, but at this point i think it would be nice to upgrade.
Does anyone own any intuos draw or 3D? that can recommend one or the other; i understand that the "3D" version has touchpad and comes with zbrush core. Is there any other difference between these two tablets? just some software and touchpad capabilities? ohh and of course, a bigger tablet (i dont really care about taht tho) lol

What do you guys think?
is the 3d version worth it?
Is the draw version any good for 3d modeling/sculpting?
  11 November 2017
The "3D" version is pretty much the same as the draw version. The biggest difference is the software packaged with the tablet. If you don't have ZBrush already, getting the 3D version for the ZBrushCore that's packaged with it is an "okay" excuse. Tho it'd be better to get the full version of ZBrush -- but that's outside the scope of your question. The bottom line is that both tablet versions are functionally the same. You already noted the multi-touch and size differences, which are minor. I think you can make your own decision from this info.
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