Summary: The Adesso CyberTablet 6400 is an entry-level graphics tablet, and has the similar features as other consumer-grade tablets like the Wacom Graphire or Bamboo. The CyberTablet does have programmable function keys, which my Graphire does not have. If you want the pro-level features (1024+ levels of sensitivity, pen tilt, airbrush tools, etc.) then you’ll have to spend the cash necessary to step up to that level.
Excerpt: (1 items) You've heard the saying, "you can't judge a book by its cover," right? Well, I was hoping that maxim was true when I received the Adesso CyberTablet 6400 , the company’s new graphics tablet. The affordable price of $70 led me to believe I would be missing out on a few higher-end features, but that's to be expected. I began to worry though when I glanced at the box and a few disturbing things caught my eye.
Pros: Light and sturdy, Convenient size, Comfortable pen, Works with OS X Ink handwriting technology, Economical price, USB bus powered
Cons: Drivers delivered minimal hardware customization, Function keys too small to use, Mouse does not have a scroll wheel, Shipping software drivers are dysfunctional, Mouse too small for comfort, Marketing materials are misleading