I started my testing of small drawing tablet Wacom Intuos Draw with the installation of the drivers that was painless. The device connects to Windows 7 and later as well as Mac 10.8.5 and above via the USB cable. My hand had acclimated to the well-designed pen faster than ever, the pressure sensitivity seemed to be very neat.
Testing Wacom Intuos Pro for the first time it was quite easy to understand that the multi-touch function could speed my workflow rather well. I like the extra slim design of Wacom Intuos Pro, its premium stuffs in comparison to the earlier tablets. Intuos Pro connects to both PC and Mac without possible problems that allowed me to start work in the software of my choice. The texture of the device is a little bit toothy/matte, but I find it's OK.
After I have tested both devices I suggest you a short comparison chart to make your final decision more clear.
The key point that I liked in Wacom Intuos Draw that there is a USB cable and one could opt for the color of the tablet. If you compare this color option of the device in Wacom Intuos Pro, it is absent. The biggest fault of Wacom Intuos Draw, in my opinion, is the absence of multi-touch function. Wacom Intuos Pro provides this one.
Speaking about the resolution of Wacom Intuos Pro, it is great! I think 5080 lpi doesn’t need to be discussed. Wacom Intuos Draw has only 2540 lpi. That is too less. The bigger size of Wacom Intuos Pro vs Intuos Draw is not always comfortable. The last one is smaller and portable.
Thinking about one device versus another, point out the most essential options for you as color, USB cable or active surface by choosing Wacom Intuos Pro vs Wacom Intuos Draw.