Summary: Very cheap looking and feeling. Doesn't work properly. Pen has to touch certain part of pad to work which is very aggrevating! Just got it and probably just going to throw it away and buy something better that actually works.
Summary: Don't waste your money. I bought this for my niece since she enjoyed playing with my much nicer graphics tablet. This however is a waste of money. It very rarely even registers as plugged in and its sensitivity is a joke. It barely recognizes its own input device.
Summary: It would be fine if I could turn the speed up, and disable the pen tip, and edit the scope.
Pros: It's cheap, that's about it.
Cons: Main reason I am not satisfied with this graphics tablet is that there is no option to disable the pen tip button, Is that really too much to ask? Trying to maneuver around anything with it is annoying because you're ALWAYS clicking, making drawing annoying, and playing any type of games with it annoying. And, I messed with it for 45 minutes and found NO WAY to change the scope.
Summary: I ordered the CyberTablet Z8 to replace a thirteen-year-old Wacom Intuos2 tablet that finally gave out. The Z8's $50 price tag was very appealing compared to $250 for a new Intuos, and for the money it's a solid product that works as advertised. Positives: • I'm a sucker for simplicity and the Z8 is definitely simple. It's streamlined without shortcuts and hot keys, small and apparently robust. • On a Mac, it basically worked out of the box; plug and play.
Summary: I was first introduced to Graphic Tablets in 1985, in an Engineering and Design setting. This form of HID was very big, slow, and expensive. I've tried them over the years, but this generation, especially, this Z8 is outstanding! The flexible tablet design makes it safer to use to avoid damage. It has variable touch sensitivity and is lightning fast responsiveness. The resolution density the Z8 has is tremendous for a consumer product.