Reviews and Problems with Trust WidescreenTablet TB‑7300
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The jury is still out
24 August 2011
Summary: I ordered the TB-7300 and it arrived fairly quickly. Unfortunately, I have been unable to get the pen to work. The scroll wheel works and the selector LEDs work, so I have to conclude that the tablet is communicating to the PC without a problem.
Summary: I bought this exact tablet back around 2008 for around $150 because I didn't have enough money for a wacom (the "industry" standard). I was looking around for tablet that were big and inexpensive. This fit the bill so I bought it.
Excerpt: I’m writing about this tablet because its one of those amazing things out there that people just don’t know about. Or are too “programmed” to think otherwise, or just don’t want know the truth otherwise they would regret something. Or just following the Wacom crowd! I’ve been an owner of graphics …
Summary: I've owned two other graphic tablets over the past six years - a cheap Wacom with an A6 work area purchased for use with AutoCAD (useless for the work I was doing and soon donated to a freind who thught it was great fun for doodling in paint) and more recently a Trust tablet with an A5 work area for...
Summary: I join some of the other reviewers here in this being the only tablet I've ever used. It's easy to set up and understand, and comes with two pieces of software (Artweaver and Photoimpact) which between them basically add up to Photoshop.
Summary: As an artist, I love to draw. But since everything is computer this and computer that these days, I figured that it was about time for me to join the 21st century and get something to help me produce great new artwork. And wow did I pick a real winner here.
Summary: I recently bought a trust tb 7300. It works great with the adobe photoshop programme but when trying to paint with corel painter 11 it really goes down hill fast. There seems to be some kind of conflict going on.
Summary: This is the first graphics tablet I have owned so I don't have alot to compare it with, but the product for me is excellent. It worked straight out of the box, was dead easy to set up and has revolutionised my graphics work. I highly recommend it.
Summary: Decided to give this tablet a try. I would definitely not recommend it as a serious buy, for one thing - the response time for the cursor movement is VERY slow, so it is not useful for fast work, you have to be very patient with it.
Summary: Very, very happy with this tablet, its decently sensitive, very functional and I'm using it daily for both painting and some 3d work. To begin, its quite large, the pictures don't really do it justice.