Product Comparison: Wacom Intuos (CTL4100) vs Wacom Intuos Pro (PTH660)

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General Specifications
Intuos (CTL4100)
Intuos Pro (PTH660)
About the Product
The Wacom INTUOS drawing tablet has been designed for those who are getting started drawing, painting or photo editing on their Mac or PC. Whether it's the light super accurate pen, the stylish design, the included downloadable creative software or online tutorials, Wacom INTUOS is all you need to get creative digitally with a graphics tablet. +/ 0.25 mm digital tolerance in accuracy.
The professional standard in creative pen tablets Wacom Intuos Pro sets a new standard for professional graphics 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.
Key Specs
Resistive Screens
Resistive Screens
Tip Material
Latex-free silicone rubber
Tip Shape
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Wacom Intuos (CTL4100) Drawing Tablet with 3 Bonus Software Included
  • In my opinion they all work the same. Its a good cheap beginning tablet that would be great for teens who have a passion for graphic art.
  • it's a slight upgrade with the pen becoming hard rubber grip from plastic and the inclusion of Bluetooth wireless.
  • The pen is easier and softer on my hand. It's so lightweight and easy to tote around.
  • The pen feels great and it's easy to hold for long settings. While I would probably recommend the larger size tablet the small one dose the job.
  • The real estate on the tablet is a bit small, but the sensitivity and pressure sensitivity is great.
  • One thing to note is that it is possible that the tablet texture will rub off through continuous use just like on the previous Intuos. If that happens, then the pen nibs will stop flattening so quickly.
Wacom Intuos Pro (PTH660) Digital Graphic Drawing Tablet for Mac or PC, Medium, New Model
  • In fact I've never owned a tablet with this much surface grip for the pen tip.
  • Stylus made of a durable-feeling plastic and the lower half of the pen has a rubberized coating for your hand.
  • The plastic ones are nice if a bit scratchy, and feel a bit like drawing with a sharp HB pencil.
  • The nib wear is so significant that the tip shape/handling can change by the day, or even after a few hours of heavy use.
  • Pen tip constantly acting up causing lots of undesired dragging.
Size & Weight
5.6 in.
6.1 in.
0.5 in.
0.37 in.
0.5 in.
0.37 in.
0.4 oz
0.52 oz
Body Material
Tip Cover
4096 levels of pressure sensitivity, Battery-free, EMR technology, Patented technology electromagnetic resonance
Replacement nibs, 8192 levels pen pressure, Tilt recognition: +-60 levels
Integrated Clip
What customers say about "Features"
Wacom Intuos (CTL4100) Drawing Tablet with 3 Bonus Software Included
  • I love almost everything about this product, the pressure sensitivity works great as it should, the shallowness of the buttons work great as a temporary stylus holder.
  • The pen doesn't need batteries and overall the quality is just much better.
  • These tablets last a lot longer and the pens need NO BATTERY. That's amazing, the technology behind these tablets is something you can't find anywhere else.
  • Unfortunately, the pen can only be placed on the tablet. It has no clip to wear in a shirt or trouser pocket.
  • It's rather small, and I dislike the feature that the cursor will move on screen to the same position the pen is hovering over the board.
Wacom Intuos Pro (PTH660) Digital Graphic Drawing Tablet for Mac or PC, Medium, New Model
  • Love this thing. After install and updating the tablet and my programs works smooth. Love the 10 tips 6 normal ones and the 4 others are fun to mess with.
  • The tablet itself is great. Feels durable, has a nice selection of pen tips (which I have no idea how to use), connector feels sturdy and not loose, has incredible pen pressure capabilities and is overall a great tablet.
  • It comes with different pen tips, depending on your needs. It's perfect and I've never had a single glitch using it.
  • Plastic buttons on the stylus are a bit loose. You can wiggle the plastic without actual button press.
  • The lower button is easily mis-triggered. Stylus is very fat comparing to pencil.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
2 year(s)
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