Wacom Announces Intuos3 12x19 and 12x12 Tablets
TMO at Macworld - Wacom Announces Intuos3 12x19 and 12x12 Tablets
by , 3:20 PM EST, January 9th, 2006
Wacom announced the newest additions to its Intuos product line,Intuos3 12x19-inch graphic tablet, on Monday. The tablet is designed with an aspect ratio for use with wide screen displays and multiple monitors. It includes a 228 square-inch active area, programmable keys, touch-sensitive scroll and zoom strips, and QuickPoint, a new feature for faster navigation.
Intuos also introduced the Intuos3 12x12-inch tablet, offering the same features as its larger cousin. Both tablets offer 5,080 lpi resolution, and a cordless battery-free grip pen with 1,024 levels of sensitivity.
The Intuos3 12x19 is priced at US$779.95, and the 12x12 is priced at $579.95. They should be available by the end of January.
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