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Wacom Intuos 5

Wacom has announced their new tablets, the high performance Intuos5, aimed at professionals and enthusiasts of art, design and photography. The multitouch gestures complement the commands provided by the traditional pen, allowing commands for zoom, scroll, rotating and moving images, and other commands to navigate the application. You can customize Intuos5 multitouch gestures according to the application used. Three size tablets are available for the Intuos5, small, medium and large. via GadgetReview




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