Wacom tablets are legendary for their quality and performance – so why do they still miss the obvious- Yes – it has wireless communication capability over Bluetooth … But the kit doesn't come with a Bluetooth radio. Yes – you can use it via a removable USB cord – but the lovely right-angle bend at the tablet end of the cord bends the cord back towards the user rather than up towards the back of the desk (even a straight cord would be better). The ability to use finger gestures could be great but in practice I'm finding that if the side switch is left on when using the pen then palm pressure is frequently misinterpreted as a gesture … It would be nice if it had a separate little trackpad area instead of the whole tablet essentially being one giant trackpad. Many seem to agonise over what it the correct size to buy; my first tablet I bought a few years ago was an extra-large – biggest mistake ever. This one is a medium and it's still too big (I use it for Photoshop). We get used to moving our hands a set distance with a mouse to reach any part of the screen – this distance on a tablet (even a small) is SO much greater. I can't say what size is right for others, but I think the natural reaction is “if in doubt go bigger” – my encouragement is to do the opposite: “if in doubt, go smaller” (when I buy another tablet for my work PC I'll almost certainly go for the small one. Hope this helps.