Wacom must've taken note of the increasing number of widescreen monitors lately, because they've recently come out with their first widescreen tablet. The Intuos3 A5 Wide has an active area of 11 x 6 inches and has a 16:10 aspect ratio. Meant for professionals and pro-sumers alike, the Intuos3 A5 Wide has the same features as previous smaller versions, like the four-button ExpressKeys keypads, and pressure sensitivity of the pen and airbrush. It connects via USB and is available right now for 370 EUR ($390 USD).
Press Release [Wacom]