Aside from more pressure sensitivity, they aren't that different.

I went from an Intuois3 (from 2005) to a brand new Cintiq and I did notice
a difference which I liked. The line quality is simply better, slightly,
and some photoshop brushes respond better. (The older tablets just don't
handle some of the new brushes) However, I work mostly in Zbrush and

However, if you aren't primarily a digital artist, I doubt the difference
would be very noticeable.

On Wed, Jan 8, 2020 at 2:02 PM Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi All:
> I purchased a new Wacom Intuos Pro over a month ago, and it's still in the
> box.  My 7-yr-old Wacom started acting weirdly during that crucial period
> of drawing.  My old tablet works fine as is, but has to remain plugged into
> the USB.  Deadlines were too critical to try the battery advice given back
> then.
> My question is, are there any super-duper really cool features that the
> new Wacoms do other than the standard features?
> I am tempted to return the new one (still in the plastic wrap) and carry
> on, until my old one really fails.
> I put in around 1500 hours of drawing last year on this tablet. However in
> the future, I shall not accept work that requires that much digital.
> But I might consider just keeping the new tablet if there was something
> AMAZING about newer technology.
> Thanks so much!
> Lind
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