I have an Intuos2 that has been a nice, solid, tablet for years now and, as far as I know, I'm happy with it. Now, I say "as far as I know" because I've not had the opportunity to try anything new.
I'm looking to ramp up the amount of work I do which would require a tablet and am wondering if I am crippling myself by using such an old tablet. Like I said, it seems to work just fine. Smooth lines, keeps up with fast gestures, etc. However, I am clueless as to what the technical differences are between something so old and the most current tablets.
QUESTION: What are the technical differences between an Intuos2 and the most recent (non-Cintiq) tablets? I don't mean physical differences like lighter weight materials, wireless capabilities, sizes. I mean any difference in performance when stylus meets the tablet and begins to transmit data. Basically, why should I consider upgrading?
Tablet would be used mostly with Photoshop, Illustrator, and Manga Studio.