Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Medium Review

wacom intous pro medium unboxing

This Wacom Intuos Pro Pen and Touch review was made with the help of Fleshwerks a talented digital artist from Estonia. The Pro Medium is simply unparalleled. In the current graphic tablet market there is nothing with this price that boasts the same range in functionality and professional craftsmanship. Unchanged and unbeaten since 2013. This graphic tablet embodies almost everything you will ever need as an artist. The only thing this tablet does not have is a monitor. This is essentially a Cintiq without a screen.

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  • Wireless
  • Pen Tilt
  • Size
  • Touch
  • 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
  • 8 Express Keys
  • No Screen
  • Your friends will be jealous
  • You will make amazing art
  • There really are no real cons

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Alternatively if you're interested in cheap drawing tablets you may check out our buyer guide.


  • Professional level equipment compatible with professional level software
  • Wireless kit included
  • 2048 levels of pen pressure levels in both pen tip and eraser
  • 8 Express keys
  • Multi-function touch ring with 4 customizable functions


  • Intuos Grip Pen
  • Color identification rings
  • 10 differently shaped pen tips
  • Pen stand
  • Wireless kit
  • mini USB cable
  • Software CD
  • Install manual


grip pen
  • Classic grip pen black design
  • 2 buttons (which act like the right and left click of the mouse)
  • Eraser
  • No battery or recharging needed.

Compatible with...

Operating Systems

The Wacom Intuos Pro Medium should be compatible with everything that runs Windows or Mac OS. Even those few who run Linux on their computer will find that there is support for it.

Art Software

With Wacom being the industry leader in graphic tablets. You'll find that every single piece of software that uses a mainstream operating system such as mentioned above will be compatible with the tablet. 

Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Unboxing Video

This is it. This is the entry level to professional artwork. It's an amazing top level purchase which features optimal size and all the bells and whistles you could ask for but might not even need. It does not get better than this unless you buy a drawing tablet with a monitor. I have nothing bad to say about this except that the price is what it is and might not be affordable for a lot of people.


  1. ​Remove any old drivers
  2. Do not plug in the tablet before you've installed the LATEST drivers.
  3. Look at number 1.
  4. Thank you.

Source for technical data is from the Wacom official site.

About the author

John Thatch

John Thatcher is a computer science educated artist. He uses technology to solve artist problems. His friends don't like it when he speaks of himself in the third person. But John does it anyway, because he's a rebel.


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