Unfortunately, I wasn't there to chime in on the design decision for 1024 levels of V pen sensitivity - could anyone pls chime in on why the community didn't opt for 4096, which has been the professional industry standard for Wacom users for some time now?
I was excited about the V, until I read 1024 & no tilt. In my opinion, for the V to be truly competitive as a content creation or design tool, the input technology must match or exceed industry standard. Because of this omission on the pen spec, I again feel like a compromise was made in lieu of cost savings. Either that or I'm in a very small minority of people that need high-end pen input.