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Updated Surface Pro Wacom Driver

Posted by essjae on October 25, 2013


Just saw the Facebook posting of how great the Surface Pro 2’s pen is, and I thought that I must really have a really poor digitizer on my original Surface Pro.  I followed the link to the Wacom site and found a new driver.  Installed it and my pen is much more accurate now than it was.  There’s a new calibration process as well.  If your Surface Pro pen experience is lacking, give this a try!

http://us.Wacom.com/en/feeldriver

TABLET PC – Enhanced Tablet Driver 7.1.2

Expand the capabilities of your Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 tablet computer. Installing this driver will provide many advanced pressure-sensitive features that Wacom pen tablet users have come to enjoy. The driver supports advanced features such as pressure-sensitivity in graphics applications such as Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter. It also allows you to adjust the pen tip pressure sensitivity and to program the side switch of the pen for a wide range of alternative settings and functions.

This driver should be installed on tablets that have Wacom feel IT technologies or Wacom Pen based technologies. This driver will also support older Penabled Tablet PCs running Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP Tablet Edition.

Driver installation

  1. Click on the Download link and save the file to your computer. If you are upgrading from a previous Wacom driver version, uninstall that driver first for best results. Restart the system prior to installing the new driver.
  2. Double-click on the downloaded file to launch the installer and follow the prompts.
  3. If prompted, restart the system by clicking the Ok button.

View the Driver Read Me information

>>Download Driver<<

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