Reviews and Problems with Trust WidescreenTablet TB‑7300
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Sewje, REVIEW STREAM
28 July 2010
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 tablets for over 10 years, my first was a Wacom, 2nd was a Nisis which was a rebrand of an Aiptek like Trust tablets.
Summary: Absolutely wonderful costumer service. I tried to order this tab from another seller previously but they just kept messing me around and I ended up cancelling the order because I needed it here by a certain time and it wasn't even being prepared for dispatch so when I told this to the seller of this tablet they helped me out lot and I got the tablet here nice and quickly and at a cheaper price.
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19 March 2013
Summary: The only thing i found wrong with it is a kind of cheep plastic they used to make the pen, which duuuh is the main tool. Apart from that the tablet is quite good, decent pressure levels on the pen. Doesn't compare to a Wacom but for the price it's actually perfect for introducing new aficionados or starters into digital art, that being drawing, photo editing or what have you. Good purchase.
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. You're probably like me, I knew nothing about graphic tablets and if I'm honest I picked this one totally at random. But I so glad I did! It is so easy to install and use it becomes second nature in minutes.
Summary: I had to return this item anyway as it was damaged, but I still installed it to see if I liked it enough to request a replacement. Suffice to say, I didn't. I barely got any functioning out of it because roughly 80% of the time it simply locked up on me and I couldn't get any response at all. When it did 'function' it was hardly accurate, didn't register button clicks or pressure on the pad, or registered button clicks or pressure that I hadn't made.
Summary: The Good: 1- Reasonably priced The Bad: 1- Too large for most uses 2- Too heavy to carry around or for lap 3- Response time is slow and pen (needs battery) is rather heavy Large work area but large, heavy and bulky tablet too. Not for mobile work or even lap. Make sure you need the large area before you buy; It is scaled to your screen anyway. The smaller size is likely to be more than enough for photo processing.
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. When you try to paint it does it very well, but at the same time it send out splodges of colour all over the place and in no connection to where the pen was. It is not just one small blob either, you get several.
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. The shortcut features it uses are limited to basic computer functions like copy, paste, cut etc... you cannot shortcut useful tools like eraser, colour palette or anything program specific.
Summary: I'm going to have to find the money for a Wacom. This tablet was good for a while, but after a few months things started to go wrong. I use this tablet to draw in Photoshop and only maybe one in three pen strokes registers where it is supposed to. The rest of the time I end up with random squiggles appearing. This is bad enough when it is obvious, but the real harm comes when I am using low opacity, or making any other subtle alteration.
Summary: I'm new to graphic tablets and I found it very simple to set up and use. As a very mature student studying architecture I was surprised to find it worked with every program I have from auto Cad to Photoshop. It did take a little time to get used to hand to eye co-ordination but it takes out the effort of doing work by hand and using a mouse..