Thinking about the perfect tablet I could buy for a good price that will be light and thin to carry and work faultlessly, I realized I need a so-called comparison chart of two devices to understand better my needs. My personal opinion on Wacom Intuos Photo vs Intuos3 will definitely help you avoid the agony of choosing.
Firstly I would like to stress the design of the Wacom Intuos Photo that has been thought through carefully. There is also a pressure sensitive pen as well as a software bundle. Using a quick-start guide and the installation CD you need just 7-10 minutes to perform the installation. Four customizable buttons on the corners of the device could be simply configured per program. The multi-touch function allows fast navigation and enables touch control.
In order to continue my comparison Wacom Intuos3 vs Wacom Intuos Photo the next device is worth noticing too.
Testing Wacom Intuos3 to compare its criterions with my needs I would like to stress the well-made design and simplicity to use with any setup. I’m fully impressed with a pen. It is battery-free, has interchangeable pen tips and an eraser. Great! This can definitely enhance my abilities. I find cool the user-customizable “Express-Keys”.
A tough call of one device versus another depends on your personal goals and preferences. If the biggest improvement for you is simplicity in use and portability, opt for Wacom Intuos Photo that weight is only 0.8 pounds. Another tablet Wacom Intuos3 is 3.09 pounds. What makes me nervous is the absence of the pen holder in Wacom Intuos Photo, but you can find it in Wacom Intuos3.
If you are fond of better resolutions, be sure to choose Wacom Intuos3 as it has 5080 lpi, when Wacom Intuos Photo provides only 2540 lpi. The greatest fault for me is the absence of the USB cable in Wacom Intuos3, which is present by Wacom Intuos Photo.
Your choice may depend on some extra options that could be useful for you. Look my review once more and make a weighted decision.