Wacom has announced a new graphics tablet system, the Intuos2. The system comes with a cordless, pressure-sensitive Grip pen that does not require a battery, as well as new software, colours and optional accessories. The Grip pen has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, allowing the finesse of an artist's drawing to be transferred to the tablet. It also includes a duo switch that functions as a mouse and shortcut button. The system can utilise two tools at once, allowing for more productivity, and comes with new software bundles Painter Classic by Corel, Expression2 LE and Adobe Photoshop Elements. The Intuos2 series includes five models. Prices range from $440 to $1320 and the system is distributed by VideoBytes.
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