Wacom Intuos Drivers are required to connect any Wacom writing tablet to a Windows or macOS system for freehand drawing to appear on the drawing software that is built into these operating systems. The software is usually supplied on a CDROM and this can cause an issue because most computers now don’t have a CD/DVD drive.
The Wacom devices are the leading drawing tablet on the market, and can be used on most operating systems all you need is a USB port to connect. If you can pick up one of these devices used they are good as well as there is little that really goes wrong with these things other than the obvious wear and tear.
The drivers used for the Wacom powered products are mainly the same for the all models as they use the same USB communication method. There are a number of different brand names that use the Wacom chipset all are marketed differently but they use the same drivers as Wacom branded devices even though they are different visually .