Summary: Genius G-Pen F610 Ultra-Slim Tablet I bought this because I had recently bought a widescreen monitor and had to adapt with a new tablet. When I got around to installing it, I was surprised at the lack of a driver and remembered the description as saying Plug & Play. Even so, for the pen pressure to work, I had to install the MacroKey Manager for the Pen Pad just for that pressure and also for some button controls.
Summary: It is important that these devices allow you to see what you write on the computer screen in fornt you. Without that its use is very limited and sometimes you get lost and causes lotof interruptions that disrupts what are doing- and it is not easy to use!
Summary: I like the Genius tablet. It has some trouble picking up where the pen is sometimes, but other than that its a good product I wouldnt suggest it if you are using it for work purposes. I use it with corel and I dont mind having to tinker with it until it picks up where the pen is. It might just be user error on my part but other than that its a good product for use other than running your pc.
Summary: I do some Photoshop work as an amateur photographer. For the price, this tablet is a very good choice, as long as you're not a professional designer or digital artist. The pen can sometimes lack smoothness, especially when writing and taking notes. Otherwise, the entire pad is usable (a comment below claimed only a 4x4 area, but obviously that unit was defective), the macros work great (though easier customization would be nice), the pen is comfortable (the pen buttons...
Summary: For the price it's great. The only issue I have with it is the horrible design of the cover. It's VERY flimsy and soft. You will leave indentations as you draw. It also worries me that the pen comes with a replacement tip and a little tool for removing them. They should use more durable materials for these parts.
Summary: The Genius G-PEN F610 is a decent tablet. Large area surface, good for larger monitors. light, nice surface but can scratch a little too easy. The programable buttons are not that great as you need the pen to press them. If the tablet had actual buttons you could press them (like for ALT or CTR keys) and keep on working and save lots of time but you can't do that with this tablet.
Summary: This product is ideal for the beginner. In addition, if you are a beginner vector artist you may find you have no problems at all. The product looks a little cheaper than in the photos but is essentially a low cost, pressure sensitive thin tablet and good value for its low price. Some people may find they have to press hard on the pen which doesn't suit them, especially if they have restricted mobility in the hands.