Summary: This is my first tablet and I'm really starting to regret purchasing it. The only thing that stopped me from buying my first choice (a Wacom tablet) was the fact that it was cheaper and came with Photoshop. Big mistake. The pen is not easy to use at all. I'm fluent in pen using due to using my friend's tablet and there was a huge difference. Once you change the battery the pen stops working and the manufacturer's FAQs don't have any info to solve the problem.
Summary: Easy to set up and to use. The stylus sensitivity is pretty good for a beginner tablet. Had to re-install the driver once for some unknown reason, but have not had an issue since. Overall, for the bundle price, this is a good tool.
Summary: This tablet and pen seemed to work well at first. After several weeks the pen would not "release" from the tablet. As a result, all attempts to write would leave thin squiggly traces across the screen document connecting any letters/numbers that were written. By the time I completed anything it would look like it was covered with spider webs. The pen would still write when it was 1/2 inch to 3/4 inches above the tablet.
Summary: I suppose it's not really fair to rate this, since I didn't get to use it. It would never finish installing on my PC! I would see an icon and directions on the monitor, but it would never work. I'm not certain whether this was due to error of product, error of PC, or human error. Quite possibly mine, because I'm pretty bad about techno gadgets and pc's. It did seem like it would have been fun to use though.