Summary: This tablet is pretty good (my first one). I suppose you have to fiddle with it to get it perfectly smooth and whatnot. The mouse it neat, but be aware that you have to use it on the pad. The batteries for the pen and the mouse just died after working for several months. Not bad.
Summary: When I first got this tablet, it was hard to install and took a very long time to figure out how to use. It took me a few weeks to be able to operate the pen smoothly, and after a few months it became less sensitive and constantly stopped working all together.
Summary: I am not a professional and I bought this device so I could draw with out using the mouse. I can draw a lot better using this device then I can by clicking and holding a mouse button down simply because the shape feels like a pen.
Summary: When I first got it, the tablet worked fine. It worked for a few months and then it started screwing up... I tried uninstalling it and installing it again, but still the problem wasn't solved. Couldn't exactly find out what was wrong with it. So I haven't used it since.
Summary: I just bought this and had a few problems with it. It doesn't work for a period of time but it's a good tablet to start with. I do webcomics online and it's very efficient when buying it with Manga Studio Debut 3.0.
Good tablet for fine pointing, works so so with linux
J. Hall, Amazon
29 August 2006
Summary: This tablet will let you point and drag far more acurately than a good mouse or trackball. That being said this tablet is clearly inferior to even older wacom tablets in a few ways, but it is much less expensive.
Summary: Well, The unit matches up to expectations once you get by startup issues. The software is a bit flakey, and the manual provides no help at all. The online FAQ provides some help, but again limited.