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Wacom and Photoshop


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I am using Photoshop CS6, (Stand alone version, not Creative Cloud), with a Wacom Intuos 4 tablet. The Wacom is USB, so tethered to my MacBook Pro. Does anyone know if the wireless connectivity kit as used by Intuos5, can be used with this older Wacom tablet?
If not, I will probably sell it. It's bigger than I need anyway! If I go to a Wacom that can be used wirelessly, how much functionality might I lose from Intuos4 form, by switching to the Wacom Intuos Pen or Intuos Pen and Touch? I know they don't have all the buttons and Bells and Whistles, but the smaller size appeals to me. Will I still be able to use all Photoshop functions?
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