A quick and short unboxing of the Wacom Intuos Draw Graphics Tablet fromWacom Co., Ltd., a Japanese company headquartered in Kazo, Saitama, Japan, that specializes in graphics tablets and related products.
ExpressKeys™Yes, 4 with application specific settings
1-year in USA, Canada, and Latin America
1 year warranty for products purchased in India Only
1 Year in Southeast Asia
1 Year in Japan
2 Years in Europe
Pressure Levels: 1024
Wireless Support: Yes (Sold separately)
Small: 290 ±50g
Medium: 480 ±50g
Resolution: 2540 lpi
Reading Speed (pen): 133pps
Pen: Intuos Pen
Cables Included: Yes
Windows® 7, 8 or 10
Mac OS X 10.8.5 or later
Product Type: Pen tablet
Patented electromagnetic resonance method
Replacement pen nibs
Software download instructions and code
Quick start guide
Wireless Accessory Kit
Wireless Accessory Kit Battery
Standard Black Pen Nibs (5 pack)
Specification numbers like active area, tablet size or weight are approximate
Unboxing Wacom Intuos Draw
The box art is nice with the product itself and a nice graphics art of a female.
The back plainly shows specification and features of the tablet in 5 different languages.
The product is contained inside of another box that provides more protection and holds the product securely. Pretty neat and gives that premium feeling.
Opening the inner box, we have the tablet itself and the pen. Cover and protected by a film plastic to prevent any scratches.
Out of the box, the tablet comes with a manual, CD that contains some software and driver, USB cable, the Pen, and a paper that contains and certifies that the product passed certain standards.
The tablet feels nice and smooth. The dotted area seems to be the active area where you can use the pen to draw. There are 2 bottons available on each top corners. Not sure if programmable or it does some special action when pressed. The middle top part has a strap available that acts as a pen holder.
The back shows the company name. It has four rubber feet to prevent it from moving around. What we noticed though is that the upper part of the back is removable.
After removing the top part of the back, what I first noticed is the battery slot. Although the Intuos Draw doesn’t really come with battery, it shows that you can use this tablet wirelessly but you have to buy the battery separately.
The tablet holds two extra pen nibs which is nice. So you can depend on the pen for a long time but apparently, you need a battery and a wireless module to go wireless. Not sure though if you can buy them separately.
If you are planning to purchase one for yourself or as a gift, you can purchase through Lazada here. You can buy one for as low as PHP 4,000 as long as you use Lazada’s Discount Coupons.