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We inspire and equip people to make the world a more creative place.

Company Overview
At Wacom, our aim is to make technology more human, more natural, and more intuitive. We strive to create solutions that help people harness and execute new ideas.

Our Business
We create harmony between people and technology. As the world’s leading manufacturer of pen tablets, interactive pen displays and digital interface solutions, Wacom brings people and technology closer together through our natural, intuitive interface technologies.

For Creative People
We provide tools and instruments that let people express their creativity as fluently in the digital world as they would with ink on paper, paint on canvas, light in a darkroom or editing suite. Our enthusiasm for creativity overflows from the professional sphere to provide the tools and inspiration for anyone on their creativity journey, whether just starting out or well on the way. Together we celebrate and explore the human spirit of creativity and what that can achieve in the world around us.

For The World in General
We are all using technology to do more and more. And enjoying being able to interact with devices in new and creative ways. We provide the tools that make it simpler, easier and more intuitive for anyone to use sophisticated technology, whatever they want to do with it.

Wacom Contests Open in the Wacom Community

Journal Entry: Fri Mar 26, 2010, 9:42 AM
For March/April, Wacom has launched two new creative contests in the Wacom Community


In addition to activities planned here at Wacom, we wanted to do something special to celebrate Earth Day this year.  So we've decided to launch a contest that gives you the chance to pull out your tablet, flip on your computer, and create a meaningful and spectacular design around the "Earth Day" theme.


You may not think you have a valuable tip, but if you're working regularly with a Wacom tablet, you probably do.

No doubt, you've played around with the Control Panel... set up some custom settings... even programmed the Radial Dial?  If so, then we want to hear all about your tips and tricks.  And, just think, they'll live in the Community to help other users out.

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1886 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014   Artist
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RJAce1014 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
I love my Cintiq and now we're family!
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bad-squirrell Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2014
I love my Cintiq and i made a stamp for it.
RaymondGriego Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I Love my CintiQ!!!
SpiritWolf1471 Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2014  Student General Artist
I just got one of your Wacom drawing tablets :D
Storm-Wolf-Artist Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Student Digital Artist
my grandma just bought me an intuos manga pen & touch small i hopei get it soon since im all the way in GA and i will draw better pictures on it and it comes with manga studio v always wanted one and now im getting one! :3
iDraw4U-HallofFame Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Could anyone tell me what's the difference between a 'Wacom Intuos Medium Pen & Touch' and a 'Wacom Intuos Pro Medium' except for the price. I personally prefer the design of the Pro version, but is it worth the money? Could anyone help?? :(
Canta-Per-Me Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Heh, I came here looking for customer support, but they don't seem to manage this page... I am probably late, but...

The Intuos Pro has twice the pressure sensitivity and twice the resolution of the Intuos beginner line as well as 60 levels of tilt sensitivity. In my opinion, it is worth the money, although there's no real big difference between Intuos Pro and Intuos4 besides the added touch gestures and wireless compatability, so I'd buy an Intuos4 if you wanted the better specs for less money :)
iDraw4U-HallofFame Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
No worries! Thanks for the reply!!
However, I've already bought the Intuos Pro and its a goddamn nice thing! Can't live without it anymore ;) It's just a big difference between drawing on page and digital. I love both, however for more professionality I really prefer to work with a tablet.
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