Reviews and Problems with Trust WidescreenTablet TB‑7300
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lily hosegood, Amazon
25 February 2014
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.
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'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..
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 use in Photoshop. The latter proved very useful, tho the TB-7300 is a massive improvement.
Summary: I was looking for a Waco Tablet for my Photoshop work when I read a review about the trust Tablet. The purchase price was a lot lower than the Waco, so I was a little unsure about the quality and usage. How wrong I was, very easily installed, very easy to use. I would rate this tablet as one of the best, so watch out Waco you have a serious competitor.
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. The scroll wheels can be switched from volume to zoom and scroll, the periphery of the tablet contains numerous pen responsive tabs that are program specific assignable short-cuts, so say while one button in Gimp or Photoshop activates the brush or rubber, in another...
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. The drivers install quickly and without fuss, and it's easy to program.
Summary: This tablet is great! Now every one goes on about Wacom, Wacom are good but very expensive. This tablet is very cheap for it's high standard of quality. Usually with graphics and computing software, if you buy cheap, you get cheap standards, but not with this Trust tablet. It has a great widescreen, which makes drawing a hell of alot easier. It is sturdy and it's scroll and zoom wheels are great for working on artwork or photos.
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.