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Is it possible to use the Wacom Wireless Accessory Kit on an Intuos4 L (PTK-840-xx)?

I am not asking for a hint, that Wacom does not specify this! Wacom does specify it amongst others, for a Intuos5 L (PTH-850-xx). But I could not find any Info, that it does not work with an Intuos4 L.

I am asking, if some has actually tried this or would be so kind to try it, if he has the possibillity.

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Are you just wondering or is this a problem you are actually experiencing? – CharlieRB Dec 17 '12 at 12:46
Would like to order one for my Intuos4 L - of course, just if it works. I might buy it anyways and provide the answer myself, but I would rather like to confirm an positive answer ;) – Jook Dec 17 '12 at 12:56
That makes sense to ask that before you buy. Unfortunately, it does not follow the guidelines in the faq for asking "practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face". I would suggest contacting Wacom directly. – CharlieRB Dec 17 '12 at 13:23
I get your point, although one could argue, that i am facing an actual problem, which is quite easy and practical to answer - just not for me, as i don't have this hardware. But I am sure, many Intuos4 users would appreciate an answer, as would I. There seems to be nothing on the web, at least not to be easy found or a 100% proof/disproof. – Jook Dec 17 '12 at 13:52
That makes sense and is why I have not marked it to be closed. It is a good question. To improve it, and to avoid soliciting opinion, might I suggest removing the last line of your post? You obviously want answers to your question and not replies to your opinion. Correct? – CharlieRB Dec 17 '12 at 14:24
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No, you cannot.

The Wireless Accessory Kit only fits the latest-generation Wacom tablets, including the Bamboo Capture, Bamboo Create, and Intuos5 series. While there was once a variant of the Intuos4 tablets with Bluetooth-based wireless capability, these tablets do not accept the Wireless Accessory Kit.

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good thing I baugth the accessory kit instead :) thanks! – Jook Dec 23 '12 at 10:48

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