Reviews and Problems with Trust Flex Design Tablet
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Javier Bezos Lopez, Amazon
29 October 2012
Summary: Scrolling doesn't work in many programs. Suddenly, it stops covering the whole screen. Very often when I left-click I get a right-click (and vice versa). Sometimes the cursor jumps. Updating or reinstalling the driver doesn't help. Wacom tablets are not perfect, but at least they are useable.
Summary: I need this to work for my son's exam- he is having web tutorial. Now it doesn't work on the Mac- so pretty useless- but it should according to info - i am waiting answer from Amazone and manu.
Summary: Ordered the tablet on Monday night and it was delivered today (Wednesday)! The installation is very quick and the tablet plugs into your computer/laptop via a USB connection. The tablet itself is brilliant for the money that you are paying for it. It looks durable (obviously I've not been able to use it that much) and easily grips to any flat surface so it doesn't move whilst you are using it.
Summary: I wanted to be a freelance illustrator, then I ordered this bad boy and I've been working for a podcast that want a picture each week. Go listen to Quitegeist and you'll see all my episode pics!
Summary: Bought this as a gift, it lasted a couple of months and then started to fall apart. It wasn't even heavily used, so really disappointed that a brand we regularly get didn't work out as value for money. Am now replacing it with a model that has better reviews than this one.
Summary: I do not buy something without reviewing, however this product has more good and some critical reviews like some people mentioned it as the pen is very filmsy and so and so, I do not know about others but I really feel that this product is of very standard quality and it is not looking cheap or whatever but however as I was completely novice of using pen tablets so it took me time to get my hands on it.
Summary: This flexible tablet is one of the cheapest design tablets around. It's great for many things, such as writing forms, writing maths on your computer, and of course, drawing with programs like PaintTool SAI or Adobe Photoshop. It is very portable, easy to carry around. The precision of this tablet obviously isn't top notch, but very satisfactory for its price.
Summary: Being new to the world of digital art - I have enjoyed real painting in oils and acrylics for years but found the 'mouse' clumsy and inaccurate to use whenever I tried to work in the unfamiliar world of digital colour. Having seen the tragic efforts of David Hockney and his I-pad or whatever it was on the television recently I thought that was all that one could expect from this new medium.