February 1, 2010


Bluetooth wireless technology allows the device to communicate reliable at up to 33 feet. The unit charges directly from a USB port and comes with a grip pen featuring Wacom’s proprietary tip sensor technology.

The Intuos 4 is available in a single (medium) size. It features an asymmetrical design that puts the touch ring and ExtressKeys on either side based on the user’s dominant hand. Illuminated OLED displays highlight key functions, and the touch ring can control up to four different functions in any application.

The Intuos4 Wireless will be priced at $399 when it ships in late February or early March.