This top Wacom drawing tablet just hit an (almost) rock-bottom price in Amazon sale

Wacom Intuos Pro tablet
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One of our favourite drawing tablets currently has a rather delightful price cut as part of the Prime Early Access sale extravaganza. Yup, the brilliant Wacom Intuos Pro Pen tablet in the medium size is close to the lowest price we've ever seen, reduced by 34 per cent to just £218.87 over at Amazon (opens in new tab) (the lowest was £214, but that was back in 2019 – right now this tablet is going for almost £280 almost everywhere else).

The large version of this tablet is in several of our best drawing tablet guides, and the medium iteration is a great option if you don't mind a slightly smaller drawing space. Coming complete with the Wacom Pro Pen 2 Stylus, we recommend snapping it up right away. 

Want some more excellent deals on tablets? Check out our Amazon Prime Day iPad deals live blog, which will be updated regularly with the absolute best offers during this sales event. Or see below for more details, and deals wherever you are.

Wacom Intuos Pro Pen tablet (medium): £329.99 (opens in new tab)

Wacom Intuos Pro Pen tablet (medium): £329.99 £218.87 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
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This tablet is one of our favourites, and this is a genuinely good deal that's not far off the lowest we've seen (£214). It comes with the Wacom Pro Pen 2 Stylus, and is the perfect choice for artists and designers who are happy with a medium sized drawing area.

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