Don't think it works that well compared to the regular Intuos. Haven't tryed one, just read a couple of revs, and none were to entusiastic.
But if someone gave me one, well then I would use it sometime
They should fix a hefty laptop under that screen and then you have a sketchpad that wont ever run out.
And a laptop with no keyboard... (hmm.)
Power is nothing without intelligence.
I have a friend who has one.
She says "This doesn't work as well as my intuos2. Its good because I can save money on a monitor.
I got to play with one at siggraph last year, very cool very cool. The only thing about it is that it only has about a qtr of the resolution (or somewhere around there) that the intous 2's have. I'm sure that will eventually change. One other thing, you arm/hand kind of gets in the way at times when you're trying to use menus and hit certain buttons. Albeit, small drawbacks.. but i still want one.
I tried one out late last year. You can rotate the screen for landscape or portrate, but I think it was rotated one too many times because the screen would keep flashing this hidious magenta color when you would touch it.
Other then that it made digital painting much more natural then the regular tablets. If I had the money, I would buy one.