Wacom PTH660 Intuous Pro Digital Drawing Tablet

Last updated: July 29, 2020


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Product Details

In our analysis of 46 expert reviews, the Wacom Intuous Pro Digital Drawing Tablet placed 6th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The professional standard in creative pen tablets Wacom Intuos Pro sets a new standard for professional pen tablets. The new Wacom Pro Pen 2 features impressive pressure-sensitivity, tilt-response and virtually lag-free tracking. Get natural creative control while you illustrate, edit or design digitally with Intuos Pro. Individualize your digital workplace Customizable ExpressKeys™, Touch Ring, Radial Menus and pen side switches provide easy shortcuts. Multi-touch surface lets you zoom, pan and navigate. Three different Texture Sheets* (from smooth to rough) personalize your tablet surface feel. *sold separately Slim and sleek design Intuos Pro is super-slim and compact. The included Wacom Pro Pen 2 has interchangeable pen tips. A beautiful new Pen Stand and a protective Accessory Soft Case* for your Paper Clip, pens and nibs are included. Connect to your PC or Mac with built-in wireless Bluetooth or a USB cable. *offered with Paper Edition models Even More Creative Options The standard Intuos Pro and the Paper Edition are available in medium and large sizes. Accessories (sold separately): Ballpoint Pen, Finetip Pen, Pencil, Texture Sheets, Soft Cases, Pen Nibs, Refills.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

The 2017 version of the Wacom Intuos Pro delivers a fluid and responsive feel, decreased footprint and more robust wireless connectivity, plus the Paper edition adds the ability to sketch while disconnected.
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The Intuos Pro has superior build quality and the most precision and accuracy of all the tablets we tested, and it’s available in medium and large sizes.
Professional level sensitivity at 2048 levels with pressure, and tilt enabled.
It has 8 Shortcut keys and a touch ring which is fitted on to the left side of the tablet. You can use these express keys to assign a shortcut to navigate to a specific function in just a single step.

What reviewers didn't like

There still aren't any applications supporting its expanded pressure-sensitivity range and the Paper edition's Finetip Pen ink supply doesn't last very long.
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It’s much more expensive—often around $350 and up
Another thing that poses a huge problem is the sensitivity to multiple touches.
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