Since we started our business using a Wacom tablet we have the pleasure to announce that the Intuos 3 have a brand new brother – Intuos 4 .While the Intuos3 line of tablets has been a very popular and well seen device, Wacom hasn’t stopped enhancing their products. The newest release, the Intuos 4 brings a number of well designed upgrades and improvements for those who will grab the new version. The Intuos4 is available in several different sizes suitable for a variety of uses – small, medium, large, x-large. The sizes correspond to the previous tablets though, but should be a little easier to decide on which one to use. For t-shirt graphic artists,vector artists and those that do a lot of painting using Corel Painter or another painting software, a large or x-large tablet is a good choice. For those who made photography, I find that the medium tablet, with an active area of about 6″x9″ is ideal and a good compromise between size and price.Most of our readers know that we use the Wacom tablet along with Adobe Illustrator or Corel Painter which in my opinion is by far ,a very powerful combination to obtain those amazing vector packs or t-shirt designs with such details and high quality.You can see here a sample movie of “How we do”.