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Adorama has Wacom PTH451 Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Tablet (Small, Refurbished) on sale for $119. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian
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  • Refurbished products sold by Adorama are manufacturer refurbished to the original company's specifications and includes a 90-day return-to-manufacturer warranty. Also comes with a Wacom 1-Year Limited Warranty.
  • The Wacom PTH451 Intuos Pro Pen and Touch Tablet provides a small form factor for anyone with a serious creative passion in photography, art or design but lacks the necessary space.

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I hsve large and figured it too big of we wanted to lay it on our lap; for just being half serious or laid back drawing. It fits laps pretty good, does take up some real estate on desk or table.

Imo, always get best and or biggest that fits your budget. Also to considered is space have or planned for your own workspace.

Wacom is good product no matter which one u get
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FYI, this is not the newest 2019 version. Still an awesome price!! And it does have wireless built in.
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The pen Alone is most of that cost, snatch it up
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I can't go back to tablets used on desks after drawing directly on screen. An iPad Pro + Pencil is definitely worth it after up-fronting the costs.
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FYI, this is not the newest 2019 version. Still an awesome price!! And it does have wireless built in.
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
I hsve large and figured it too big of we wanted to lay it on our lap; for just being half serious or laid back drawing. It fits laps pretty good, does take up some real estate on desk or table.

Imo, always get best and or biggest that fits your budget. Also to considered is space have or planned for your own workspace.

Wacom is good product no matter which one u get
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Thanks for the deal. Ended up ordering it as I wanted to try these as mouse replacement units.
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
I would go for the medium. If you have the cash to spare then get a large. The more space to work with the better. Dont forget you can only draw on the active area on the tablet.
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This isn't slick at all, go on eBay and buy a used one get a medium at the minimum.
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
They all take some getting used to, so the size for these doesn't matter much. In the end you can do the same thing with a small one then with a large one. This one looks about just right, not to small not too large. The only thing not sure its this model exactly but from experience (with an intuos 4?) bad soddering on the usb connection. They stop charging and connecting. And the only way to use it- is to take the battery out, charge it with a universal charger and use it via the bluetooth adaptor
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Thanks OP!
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
As someone who's been using a wacom for several years, and tried all sizes, I love the small. Anything larger than a small and you start move your whole arm at the elbow versus just moving your wrist with the small. You still have plenty of precision with the small.
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Please excuse my ignorance. We will be purchasing one of these this year for an animation class. It doesn't say whether to get the small or medium. Do any of you have an opinion on which size? I'm tempted to just go ahead and get this one.
I've used small, medium, and large in a classroom setting (but not for animation specifically). And I've found the medium to be just right for my purposes. The large is huge, but I don't feel like I've got as much control on the small.
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Answers claim it includes the Wireless adapter kit; that sells for about $35 on Amazon alone, should work for compatible Wacom units..
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