My first and biggest complaint after buying the Surface Pro months ago was that it did not include WinTab drivers for the screen’s pressure sensitive input. The hardware supports pressure sensitivity, but with the default drivers, that only worked in certain newer graphics program.
My first tweet the day I bought the Surface Pro went to Panos Panay explaining that they NEED to implement the WinTab drivers. Those drivers are finally available so many months later and that means you’ll finally see pressure sensitive drawing capabilities in all of the older professional graphics programs that have been in development for 20 or 30 years. Photoshop, Corel Painter, Illustrator, ZBrush… Anything that ever supported pressure sensitive Wacom graphics tablet input is now going to work with the Surface Pro.
More Info & Driver Download Link: http://pocketnow.com/2013/05/13/surface-pro-digital-artists-dream
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