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Best Graphics Tablet for Photoshop?

  • 24-11-2021 11:38am
    Registered Users Posts: 964 ✭✭✭ Guru Maith Agut

    **EDIT - Decision made, Wacom Intuos Pro purchased. Thanks

    So I'm looking for a suggestion for the better graphics tablets to use with Photoshop, if money wasn't an issue (within reason 🤯). Preferably from personal experiences of designers here. TIA

    Post edited by Guru Maith Agut on


  • Registered Users Posts: 9,775 ✭✭✭ Effects

    I use the Wacom Intuos Pro Medium, and can't fault it. Mine's about four years old at this stage.

  • Registered Users Posts: 964 ✭✭✭ Guru Maith Agut

    Mind me asking how much you paid for it and where you bought it plz?

  • Registered Users Posts: 9,775 ✭✭✭ Effects

    Just checked. I got it on Amazon, in 2015 for £235.64.

    I think the current model of it is around £260 now.

    It's something you'll have for years, and will pay for itself in no time. I know pros that still use a mouse, but for the retouching work I do, it really speeds up my workflow.

  • Registered Users Posts: 1 Jeansi

    From my own personal experience of working with an Intuos Pro for 15 years or so - the smaller tablets (A6 - or at the most A5) are better for Photoshop - less hand movement is required. And they take up less space on your desk