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Wacom Express Key Remote for Cintiq & Intuos Pro (ACK411050)
Wacom Express Key Remote for Cintiq & Intuos Pro (ACK411050)

Wacom Express Key Remote for Cintiq & Intuos Pro (ACK411050)

Wacom Express Key Remote for Cintiq & Intuos Pro (ACK411050)
Wacom Express Key Remote for Cintiq & Intuos Pro (ACK411050)
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Features

  • The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuos Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort
  • 17 customizable buttons
  • Touch Ring allows for instant one touch access to time saving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications
  • Connect up to five Express key Remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow

Description

The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuits Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort. A set of 17 customizable buttons and touch Ring allow for instant one-touch access to timesaving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications. Place the Express key remote anywhere It's most convenient while drawing - on screen, in your hand or beside your keyboard. Connect up to five Express key remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow. Spend less time searching for what you need and more time getting lost in your ideas.


Brand Wacom


Series ExpressKey


Item model number ACK411050


Item Weight 3.88 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.


Manufacturer Wacom, Inc


ASIN B01AZ9PEKG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 21, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 176 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #698 in Computer Input Devices


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Features

  • The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuos Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort
  • 17 customizable buttons
  • Touch Ring allows for instant one touch access to time saving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications
  • Connect up to five Express key Remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow

Description

The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuits Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort. A set of 17 customizable buttons and touch Ring allow for instant one-touch access to timesaving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications. Place the Express key remote anywhere It's most convenient while drawing - on screen, in your hand or beside your keyboard. Connect up to five Express key remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow. Spend less time searching for what you need and more time getting lost in your ideas.


Brand Wacom


Series ExpressKey


Item model number ACK411050


Item Weight 3.88 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.


Manufacturer Wacom, Inc


ASIN B01AZ9PEKG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 21, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 176 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #698 in Computer Input Devices


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuos Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort
  • 17 customizable buttons
  • Touch Ring allows for instant one touch access to time saving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications
  • Connect up to five Express key Remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow

Description

The wireless Express key remote for Cintiq and Intuits Pro is designed for more efficiency and comfort. A set of 17 customizable buttons and touch Ring allow for instant one-touch access to timesaving shortcuts in all your favorite creative applications. Place the Express key remote anywhere It's most convenient while drawing - on screen, in your hand or beside your keyboard. Connect up to five Express key remotes at one time, one for each of your creative software applications, to optimize your workflow. Spend less time searching for what you need and more time getting lost in your ideas.


Brand Wacom


Series ExpressKey


Item model number ACK411050


Item Weight 3.88 ounces


Product Dimensions 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 2.5 x 2 x 5.5 inches


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.


Manufacturer Wacom, Inc


ASIN B01AZ9PEKG


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available October 21, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 176 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #698 in Computer Input Devices


abunda_amazon_reviews I was pretty hesitant at spending $100 for this remote. But seeing how it could be the consolidation method I need when it comes to express keys and the handy touch wheel, especially when the 13HD has half the express keys of it's predecessor, and has no touch wheel or touch strip, I gave this one a go. PROS: - The build quality is very good, and sturdy. Being made of aluminum, with the underside being rubber material so it won’t slide around your desk easily. The PCB is protected by a metal backplate, so the durability of this remote is top-notch. If you have a Cintiq 27QHD or the newer pro models, the underside doubles as a magnet to stick onto the bezel of the pen display. - With 17 express keys, and a touch wheel that can be set to three different options, there’s plenty of customization to enable the remote to be efficient in your workflow. - The battery life on the remote is excellent, being able to go roughly around 30 hours of continuous use on a single charge. - Can be charged using micro-USB, and still remain usable during recharging. The remote's functionality would've been great, if it had not been plagued by the problems listed below, as my experience with the remote has not been pleasant. CONS: - The remote shuts off after 10 minutes of inactivity, and it's not a proper sleep mode. Meaning, you can't wake it up by pressing any key on the remote, you need to turn it on again with the switch on the bottom. The drivers do not offer anything to turn off or adjust the sleep mode timer. - The connectivity of the remote is through a proprietary RF dongle, which means no Bluetooth. Prior to purchasing, I contacted Wacom of what my options would be, should I lose the dongle, and their answer was for me to buy an entirely new remote, if that were the case. Similar to how if you lose the RF dongle on their wireless accessory kits. - While the touch wheels on their Intuos Pro line of tablets are smooth and fluid, the touch wheel on the remote has a significant amount of latency and is also very buggy. - The software used to customize the express keys would erase my settings without warning, much to my annoyance. This usually occurs after doing driver updates. With cloud and local backups failing to restore the previous settings for some unknown reason. - The battery is soldered onto the motherboard, therefore is not removable, nor is it replaceable. Giving the remote a limited lifespan once that battery fails to store a charge. - The software doesn’t allow for multiple profiles onto a single remote, so if 17 express keys aren’t enough, there is no way to switch over to another profile for a whole new set of shortcuts. Unless you buy second remote. But since they require RF dongles, you’re limited to how many USB ports you have free. - There’s no way to quickly see what functions the express keys are mapped to, without opening the settings for the Express Key Remote. Wacom did not include their handy "Express view display" hardware with the remote, like they did with their Intuos 5 or Intuos Pro line. The fact that there’s 17 keys, it baffles me as to why they didn’t. There isn't even a menu to display which button does what, like they did with their Cintiq 24HD. - And just recently, my remote keeps losing connection with my PC. I would turn the remote on, use one or two functions, then it just gives up on me. All-in-all, Wacom really needs to step up their game. There’s a reason why this remote exists. Wacom has recently taken the "form over function" approach for their tablet devices, by reducing the number of express keys present, or eliminating them altogether. Making this remote almost a necessity for those who rely on keyboard shortcuts. If this remote has a plethora of problems, this means bad news for artists and content creators, who depend on smooth, seamless productivity workflow. This remote is not even included with the Cintiq Pro 13, or 16. Both of which lack express keys and are priced over $1,000. This remote hasn't been updated since 2015, and is need of a serious refresh. The only reason why I ranked this two stars instead of one, is due to it's durability, and battery life. If someone has a unit that doesn't cause them as much trouble, it should last them a while.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Needs a refresh;;Mark;;;This is an expensive peripheral. But it does not perform like one. The build quality is fine and good. The problem is that it's riddled with bugs. Mine un-pairs several times per sitting, and I got to re-pair it by holding the "on" button slider thingy for several seconds. That also resets its settings so then i have to restore them from the driver. This whole ordeal eats meaningful time from my workflow. Another issue is that sometimes the scrolling wheel just dies, and you gotta open the control from the back and press a reset button. Yet another issue it has, is that the driver for whatever reason keeps "reminding" you that it's running out of battery, while the battery still has plenty of charge. I keep seeing windows pop up twice an hour or so, while the wacom settings software tells me the device is at 90% battery. A quick google of these issues shows you that these aren't new. And as usual, wacom does next to nothing to fix them. You're better off using nintendo joy-cons with joytokey and mapping your keys there, and replacing the joysticks whenever they start drifting, than cashing out a bunch of money for this buggy control. my 3 stars are only for the build quality and battery life, which has lasted me for a couple weeks already.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Not as good as what you pay for it;;Alonso Fernandez;;;Nothing grates my parmesan more than trying to draw and having a massive keyboard between me and the tablet/screen when drawing. It's clunky and cumbersome and forces you to make space compromises. I got a Huion Kamvas pro 22 (2019) and got one of these remotes and it has been a godsend after some reconfiguration of the keys on the remote. Now I can move the ergotron arm mounted screen nice and close and use it like a mini drafting table while my left arm curls under the monitor and just keeps to the remote, feeling around for the right keys easily thanks to its layout and indicator nubs. My right hand is free to draw with no issues. Sure the tablet has buttons on the sides, but that means I have to break flow to hotkey. Not with this little thing! I can zoom, change brush size, quicksave, change my music playing, quickswap brushes, undo/redo, createm new layers, and so on all with one hand never having to move while the other keeps to the pen. YES you can use this with non-wacom products. YES you -might- potentially have driver conflicts, but they are relatively easy to sort out if you do. (Mine had no issues) NO wacom precision mode/cintiqe features built into the remote will not work with other tablets so please make sure to change those macros off the remote soon as you install otherwise you will have to re-start the process to continue using the remote because the responses will cease functioning until you do. Battery life is great, but it could be a bit better. The auto-turnoff after a few minutes of idleness is a nice feature. The bottom of the remote is made with a smooth but friction textured rubber, allowing it to do a basic stick to some angles of any screen. It also has magnets in it if you feel like making a mounting spot for it. Three indicator lights at the top help indicate what control set you are currently in...adding a ton of combinations for macros. Usb micro charging port. Has a tiny usb dongle receiver. The packaging is so professional and quality you feel like you are opening a treasure. The manual is half the weight of the box haha. Solid metal body, feels pure quality and good in the hand. it's a little wider than expected when you get it, but ideal anyhow. There is also a hud feature to show you what the hotkeys are currently macroed to and for when you switch modes. Probably one of my favorite digital art accessories to this day. It will stay in my drawing arsenal for years to come. Cintiq or not, you should buy one!;;Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;If you are an artist and have any tablet, this is very ideal.;;Dan Osbon (Incognis)

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark - Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018
Needs a refresh
I was pretty hesitant at spending $100 for this remote. But seeing how it could be the consolidation method I need when it comes to express keys and the handy touch wheel, especially when the 13HD has half the express keys of it's predecessor, and has no touch wheel or touch strip, I gave this one a go. PROS: - The build quality is very good, and sturdy. Being made of aluminum, with the underside being rubber material so it won’t slide around your desk easily. The PCB is protected by a metal backplate, so the durability of this remote is top-notch. If you have a Cintiq 27QHD or the newer pro models, the underside doubles as a magnet to stick onto the bezel of the pen display. - With 17 express keys, and a touch wheel that can be set to three different options, there’s plenty of customization to enable the remote to be efficient in your workflow. - The battery life on the remote is excellent, being able to go roughly around 30 hours of continuous use on a single charge. - Can be charged using micro-USB, and still remain usable during recharging. The remote's functionality would've been great, if it had not been plagued by the problems listed below, as my experience with the remote has not been pleasant. CONS: - The remote shuts off after 10 minutes of inactivity, and it's not a proper sleep mode. Meaning, you can't wake it up by pressing any key on the remote, you need to turn it on again with the switch on the bottom. The drivers do not offer anything to turn off or adjust the sleep mode timer. - The connectivity of the remote is through a proprietary RF dongle, which means no Bluetooth. Prior to purchasing, I contacted Wacom of what my options would be, should I lose the dongle, and their answer was for me to buy an entirely new remote, if that were the case. Similar to how if you lose the RF dongle on their wireless accessory kits. - While the touch wheels on their Intuos Pro line of tablets are smooth and fluid, the touch wheel on the remote has a significant amount of latency and is also very buggy. - The software used to customize the express keys would erase my settings without warning, much to my annoyance. This usually occurs after doing driver updates. With cloud and local backups failing to restore the previous settings for some unknown reason. - The battery is soldered onto the motherboard, therefore is not removable, nor is it replaceable. Giving the remote a limited lifespan once that battery fails to store a charge. - The software doesn’t allow for multiple profiles onto a single remote, so if 17 express keys aren’t enough, there is no way to switch over to another profile for a whole new set of shortcuts. Unless you buy second remote. But since they require RF dongles, you’re limited to how many USB ports you have free. - There’s no way to quickly see what functions the express keys are mapped to, without opening the settings for the Express Key Remote. Wacom did not include their handy "Express view display" hardware with the remote, like they did with their Intuos 5 or Intuos Pro line. The fact that there’s 17 keys, it baffles me as to why they didn’t. There isn't even a menu to display which button does what, like they did with their Cintiq 24HD. - And just recently, my remote keeps losing connection with my PC. I would turn the remote on, use one or two functions, then it just gives up on me. All-in-all, Wacom really needs to step up their game. There’s a reason why this remote exists. Wacom has recently taken the "form over function" approach for their tablet devices, by reducing the number of express keys present, or eliminating them altogether. Making this remote almost a necessity for those who rely on keyboard shortcuts. If this remote has a plethora of problems, this means bad news for artists and content creators, who depend on smooth, seamless productivity workflow. This remote is not even included with the Cintiq Pro 13, or 16. Both of which lack express keys and are priced over $1,000. This remote hasn't been updated since 2015, and is need of a serious refresh. The only reason why I ranked this two stars instead of one, is due to it's durability, and battery life. If someone has a unit that doesn't cause them as much trouble, it should last them a while.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Alonso Fernandez - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Not as good as what you pay for it
This is an expensive peripheral. But it does not perform like one. The build quality is fine and good. The problem is that it's riddled with bugs. Mine un-pairs several times per sitting, and I got to re-pair it by holding the "on" button slider thingy for several seconds. That also resets its settings so then i have to restore them from the driver. This whole ordeal eats meaningful time from my workflow. Another issue is that sometimes the scrolling wheel just dies, and you gotta open the control from the back and press a reset button. Yet another issue it has, is that the driver for whatever reason keeps "reminding" you that it's running out of battery, while the battery still has plenty of charge. I keep seeing windows pop up twice an hour or so, while the wacom settings software tells me the device is at 90% battery. A quick google of these issues shows you that these aren't new. And as usual, wacom does next to nothing to fix them. You're better off using nintendo joy-cons with joytokey and mapping your keys there, and replacing the joysticks whenever they start drifting, than cashing out a bunch of money for this buggy control. my 3 stars are only for the build quality and battery life, which has lasted me for a couple weeks already.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan Osbon (Incognis) - Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020
If you are an artist and have any tablet, this is very ideal.
Nothing grates my parmesan more than trying to draw and having a massive keyboard between me and the tablet/screen when drawing. It's clunky and cumbersome and forces you to make space compromises. I got a Huion Kamvas pro 22 (2019) and got one of these remotes and it has been a godsend after some reconfiguration of the keys on the remote. Now I can move the ergotron arm mounted screen nice and close and use it like a mini drafting table while my left arm curls under the monitor and just keeps to the remote, feeling around for the right keys easily thanks to its layout and indicator nubs. My right hand is free to draw with no issues. Sure the tablet has buttons on the sides, but that means I have to break flow to hotkey. Not with this little thing! I can zoom, change brush size, quicksave, change my music playing, quickswap brushes, undo/redo, createm new layers, and so on all with one hand never having to move while the other keeps to the pen. YES you can use this with non-wacom products. YES you -might- potentially have driver conflicts, but they are relatively easy to sort out if you do. (Mine had no issues) NO wacom precision mode/cintiqe features built into the remote will not work with other tablets so please make sure to change those macros off the remote soon as you install otherwise you will have to re-start the process to continue using the remote because the responses will cease functioning until you do. Battery life is great, but it could be a bit better. The auto-turnoff after a few minutes of idleness is a nice feature. The bottom of the remote is made with a smooth but friction textured rubber, allowing it to do a basic stick to some angles of any screen. It also has magnets in it if you feel like making a mounting spot for it. Three indicator lights at the top help indicate what control set you are currently in...adding a ton of combinations for macros. Usb micro charging port. Has a tiny usb dongle receiver. The packaging is so professional and quality you feel like you are opening a treasure. The manual is half the weight of the box haha. Solid metal body, feels pure quality and good in the hand. it's a little wider than expected when you get it, but ideal anyhow. There is also a hud feature to show you what the hotkeys are currently macroed to and for when you switch modes. Probably one of my favorite digital art accessories to this day. It will stay in my drawing arsenal for years to come. Cintiq or not, you should buy one!

Top Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Mark - Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2018
Needs a refresh
I was pretty hesitant at spending $100 for this remote. But seeing how it could be the consolidation method I need when it comes to express keys and the handy touch wheel, especially when the 13HD has half the express keys of it's predecessor, and has no touch wheel or touch strip, I gave this one a go. PROS: - The build quality is very good, and sturdy. Being made of aluminum, with the underside being rubber material so it won’t slide around your desk easily. The PCB is protected by a metal backplate, so the durability of this remote is top-notch. If you have a Cintiq 27QHD or the newer pro models, the underside doubles as a magnet to stick onto the bezel of the pen display. - With 17 express keys, and a touch wheel that can be set to three different options, there’s plenty of customization to enable the remote to be efficient in your workflow. - The battery life on the remote is excellent, being able to go roughly around 30 hours of continuous use on a single charge. - Can be charged using micro-USB, and still remain usable during recharging. The remote's functionality would've been great, if it had not been plagued by the problems listed below, as my experience with the remote has not been pleasant. CONS: - The remote shuts off after 10 minutes of inactivity, and it's not a proper sleep mode. Meaning, you can't wake it up by pressing any key on the remote, you need to turn it on again with the switch on the bottom. The drivers do not offer anything to turn off or adjust the sleep mode timer. - The connectivity of the remote is through a proprietary RF dongle, which means no Bluetooth. Prior to purchasing, I contacted Wacom of what my options would be, should I lose the dongle, and their answer was for me to buy an entirely new remote, if that were the case. Similar to how if you lose the RF dongle on their wireless accessory kits. - While the touch wheels on their Intuos Pro line of tablets are smooth and fluid, the touch wheel on the remote has a significant amount of latency and is also very buggy. - The software used to customize the express keys would erase my settings without warning, much to my annoyance. This usually occurs after doing driver updates. With cloud and local backups failing to restore the previous settings for some unknown reason. - The battery is soldered onto the motherboard, therefore is not removable, nor is it replaceable. Giving the remote a limited lifespan once that battery fails to store a charge. - The software doesn’t allow for multiple profiles onto a single remote, so if 17 express keys aren’t enough, there is no way to switch over to another profile for a whole new set of shortcuts. Unless you buy second remote. But since they require RF dongles, you’re limited to how many USB ports you have free. - There’s no way to quickly see what functions the express keys are mapped to, without opening the settings for the Express Key Remote. Wacom did not include their handy "Express view display" hardware with the remote, like they did with their Intuos 5 or Intuos Pro line. The fact that there’s 17 keys, it baffles me as to why they didn’t. There isn't even a menu to display which button does what, like they did with their Cintiq 24HD. - And just recently, my remote keeps losing connection with my PC. I would turn the remote on, use one or two functions, then it just gives up on me. All-in-all, Wacom really needs to step up their game. There’s a reason why this remote exists. Wacom has recently taken the "form over function" approach for their tablet devices, by reducing the number of express keys present, or eliminating them altogether. Making this remote almost a necessity for those who rely on keyboard shortcuts. If this remote has a plethora of problems, this means bad news for artists and content creators, who depend on smooth, seamless productivity workflow. This remote is not even included with the Cintiq Pro 13, or 16. Both of which lack express keys and are priced over $1,000. This remote hasn't been updated since 2015, and is need of a serious refresh. The only reason why I ranked this two stars instead of one, is due to it's durability, and battery life. If someone has a unit that doesn't cause them as much trouble, it should last them a while.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Alonso Fernandez - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2019
Not as good as what you pay for it
This is an expensive peripheral. But it does not perform like one. The build quality is fine and good. The problem is that it's riddled with bugs. Mine un-pairs several times per sitting, and I got to re-pair it by holding the "on" button slider thingy for several seconds. That also resets its settings so then i have to restore them from the driver. This whole ordeal eats meaningful time from my workflow. Another issue is that sometimes the scrolling wheel just dies, and you gotta open the control from the back and press a reset button. Yet another issue it has, is that the driver for whatever reason keeps "reminding" you that it's running out of battery, while the battery still has plenty of charge. I keep seeing windows pop up twice an hour or so, while the wacom settings software tells me the device is at 90% battery. A quick google of these issues shows you that these aren't new. And as usual, wacom does next to nothing to fix them. You're better off using nintendo joy-cons with joytokey and mapping your keys there, and replacing the joysticks whenever they start drifting, than cashing out a bunch of money for this buggy control. my 3 stars are only for the build quality and battery life, which has lasted me for a couple weeks already.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan Osbon (Incognis) - Reviewed in the United States on March 29, 2020
If you are an artist and have any tablet, this is very ideal.
Nothing grates my parmesan more than trying to draw and having a massive keyboard between me and the tablet/screen when drawing. It's clunky and cumbersome and forces you to make space compromises. I got a Huion Kamvas pro 22 (2019) and got one of these remotes and it has been a godsend after some reconfiguration of the keys on the remote. Now I can move the ergotron arm mounted screen nice and close and use it like a mini drafting table while my left arm curls under the monitor and just keeps to the remote, feeling around for the right keys easily thanks to its layout and indicator nubs. My right hand is free to draw with no issues. Sure the tablet has buttons on the sides, but that means I have to break flow to hotkey. Not with this little thing! I can zoom, change brush size, quicksave, change my music playing, quickswap brushes, undo/redo, createm new layers, and so on all with one hand never having to move while the other keeps to the pen. YES you can use this with non-wacom products. YES you -might- potentially have driver conflicts, but they are relatively easy to sort out if you do. (Mine had no issues) NO wacom precision mode/cintiqe features built into the remote will not work with other tablets so please make sure to change those macros off the remote soon as you install otherwise you will have to re-start the process to continue using the remote because the responses will cease functioning until you do. Battery life is great, but it could be a bit better. The auto-turnoff after a few minutes of idleness is a nice feature. The bottom of the remote is made with a smooth but friction textured rubber, allowing it to do a basic stick to some angles of any screen. It also has magnets in it if you feel like making a mounting spot for it. Three indicator lights at the top help indicate what control set you are currently in...adding a ton of combinations for macros. Usb micro charging port. Has a tiny usb dongle receiver. The packaging is so professional and quality you feel like you are opening a treasure. The manual is half the weight of the box haha. Solid metal body, feels pure quality and good in the hand. it's a little wider than expected when you get it, but ideal anyhow. There is also a hud feature to show you what the hotkeys are currently macroed to and for when you switch modes. Probably one of my favorite digital art accessories to this day. It will stay in my drawing arsenal for years to come. Cintiq or not, you should buy one!