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If you already have the iPad, get the pencil. I have many students who did that, not just for school, but for their artwork, and nothing but compliments. Julia Gisella is a YT personality who does hyper realistic art work using her iPad, so you know it's legit

I have an intuos p+t (from 2013) that can do similar tasks and has similar sensitivity, but not having your stylus hover over the screen inevitably means you interact differently with your work. Most will prefer seeing a screen under their hand. I ended up getting a Huion kamvas 13 (that I haaaaaaaaaate and don't recommend) to even the field. Still use my Intuos as a fallback.

An Intuos is very very good for non artistic tasks (remote learning/tutoring, signing documents, assistive input if you have occupational injuries, etc ). The size and age of Wacom alone means that you'll have good software/driver support too.

And yes it is usable for photo editing. Not the most modern way, but totally usable.
I purchased a similar Wacom model last week, which said Chromebook-compatible in its listing, but had mixed reviews on this matter. I'm a pretty technical user, but when I plugged it into my kid's Chromebook, it just wouldn't work. There isn't a driver available for Chromebook. It's just supposed to work with 4.4 (iirc) or higher. That's well below the current version of ChromeOS.

After rebooting, connecting, disconnecting, putting the Chromebook on beta channel and then back to stable... rinse and repeat several times over 20 minutes, nothing worked! I was ready to return the thing.

Just for kicks, before returning it, I thought I'd try it on a Win10 laptop sitting on my desk. It auto-installed a driver and worked great. I plugged it back into the Chromebook and unbelievably... it started working! No driver, rain dance, or other activity required! YMMV.

All I could think of was that it shipped in some state that, on first connection, might be seeking a firmware update or other first-run activity that doesn't reliably complete on Chromebook. Purchased a second unit and had the exact same experience.

TL/DR; connect to a Windows machine and let it fully install before using on a Chromebook (just the first time, when it's brand new). I couldn't find this tip anywhere on Wacom's site, but it worked twice for me. Hope it works for you.
Thanks. Just want it to be used. Ya know, unlike the box of Barbies in my basement.

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Is this a good model?
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What software(free) once the software included runs out in three months? I'm not a graphics person but my kids are into drawing.
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What software(free) once the software included runs out in three months? I'm not a graphics person but my kids are into drawing.
I assume this works with any software on your computer since it is just a input device like a mouse is.

But I could be wrong.
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I assume this works with any software on your computer since it is just a input device like a mouse is.

But I could be wrong.
Thanks. Just want it to be used. Ya know, unlike the box of Barbies in my basement.
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Want to get into more advanced photo editing. Any opinion on the medium intros versus an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil?
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Want to get into more advanced photo editing. Any opinion on the medium intros versus an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil?
If you already have the iPad, get the pencil. I have many students who did that, not just for school, but for their artwork, and nothing but compliments. Julia Gisella is a YT personality who does hyper realistic art work using her iPad, so you know it's legit

I have an intuos p+t (from 2013) that can do similar tasks and has similar sensitivity, but not having your stylus hover over the screen inevitably means you interact differently with your work. Most will prefer seeing a screen under their hand. I ended up getting a Huion kamvas 13 (that I haaaaaaaaaate and don't recommend) to even the field. Still use my Intuos as a fallback.

An Intuos is very very good for non artistic tasks (remote learning/tutoring, signing documents, assistive input if you have occupational injuries, etc ). The size and age of Wacom alone means that you'll have good software/driver support too.

And yes it is usable for photo editing. Not the most modern way, but totally usable.
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it says battery free pen... is that free as in forever free or free as in after certain "lifetime" you have to throw away?
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it says battery free pen... is that free as in forever free or free as in after certain "lifetime" you have to throw away?
The pen itself does not use a battery, it uses something like the gravity forces of the earth to make an electromagnetic connection to the Wacom pad in order to work

I've had a few of these before and absolutely love them. This is a great price! I will say that the wireless connection has always been spotty for me, with frequent disconnected quite often. YMMV

For photo editing, I personally prefer the Small size as it seems to be easier to just move your wrists versus doing large full hand movements in order to make a "mark"

For drawing, I'd probably recommend a medium or large
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in the Q&A it says does not work with chromebook (watcom response) but the title says chromebook, android, etc...?

so does it or does it not work on chromebooks and android devices?
it sounds like it only does not work on ipad/iphones?
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The pen itself does not use a battery, it uses something like the gravity forces of the earth to make an electromagnetic connection to the Wacom pad in order to work

I've had a few of these before and absolutely love them. This is a great price! I will say that the wireless connection has always been spotty for me, with frequent disconnected quite often. YMMV

For photo editing, I personally prefer the Small size as it seems to be easier to just move your wrists versus doing large full hand movements in order to make a "mark"

For drawing, I'd probably recommend a medium or large
thanks. do despite no battery, does this feel "as good as" or better than apple pen in terms of comfort, accuracy, etc...
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last set of questions

- if this is a wireless device. what kind of battery does it take and is it easily/cheaply replaceable? (1 lithium battery included). I assume it is proprietary and not a AA or AAA lithium from the grocery store?
- do i need to buy additional software (trial subscription is mentioned) or are the free drivers enough?
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Sitting at my office desk right now trying to figure out why my Wacom isn't working and a notification for this comes up. Haha. Hit me up if you have questions about this device. Id be happy to help.
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