With Huion becoming more of a legit competitor to Wacom, and Wacom in comparison to Huion in terms of their features (which I've seen a lot from Wacom for them to cut a lot of those e.g. Shortcuts) I think Wacom is getting more pressured by them, and by nature I had a hunch.. should I actually get a drawing tablet from them? There might be a chance where they would acknowledge this and make changes to their drawing tablets like reducing its price, giving more features, and etc. I mean I've seen a lot from Dave 2D's laptop reviews (shoutout to my boy) that this is possible and it's basically how competition works in the market. https://gbplus.net/download-gbwhatsapp-apk/
I'm only asking this because who knows in the near future Wacom decides to announce a new drawing tablet that has several improvements in comparison to previous tablets, and that improvements are intended for a sole purpose to keep up with the competition on the market. And I always think that I might regret buying a drawing tablet now if there's a tablet with a much better stuff in the future compared to the own I already own, help? Is this the golden age of drawing tablets? If so, imagine all kinds of amazing drawing tablets that the industry is going to create :0
I am gonna have the Intuos pro, I am so exited to have the tablet.