In September 2019, Wacom unveiled a refreshed version of the 16-inch Windows tablet with a new CPU and GPU that made it noticeably faster, and USB-C connectors that now support Thunderbolt 3. The latter greatly simplifies connecting to an external monitor, which previously required the Wacom Link dongle, as well as supporting much faster file transfers. In all other respects, it's identical to the 2017 model.
With the 2019 update, Wacom decided to throw in the stand gratis. It supports three different angles. The steepest angle is good for when you're using it with a keyboard and mouse connected as a computer.
On the Intuos tablets, the buttons and radial control are black and don't stand out on the bezel. I really wish Wacom would provide some sort of context-sensitive LED text to tell you what the current mappings are because the memory-learning curve is steep when you use a lot of applications.