Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Craft (CTH461)
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Don't be scared off by the word "refurbished".
2 July 2014
Summary: This works just as well as any other tablet of the same size. I use it for Zbrush and illustration work, and this is a great entry level tool. If you have a kid, friend or sibling interested in illustration- I can highly recommend picking this up for them.
Summary: I currently own the CTL-460 and bought this because it was a lightning deal. Was not impressed. If you are using this for drawing, I'd suggest otherwise. The tablet kind of represents your screen, tap the right corner, your mouse will be in the right corner, left corner etc. If you are trying to make continuous strokes this is NOT the tablet for you. Super sad, and will be sending back.
Summary: I use it to edit photos and make original drawings and it has helped so much! I was thrilled to get it at the price, since this was my first experience with a tablet. I highly recommend it. It looks brand new, acts new, the ability to use a pen instead of a mouse is very helpful, it's just a great thing. I am sure I haven't even begun to see all it's potential. Try it!
Summary: It does everything it says it does. I find, however, that if the touch and pen are both 'on' that the curser will jump 'wherever' - and at the wrong time. I am presently using both options on a mac as a substitute for a mouse. This is what I specifically purchased it for. I find that (for me) using the stylus AND a mouse offer more control and less frustration. As a tablet/stylus it's great. As a touch pad it's great. Together - not so much.
Summary: I Intended to use this product for drawing on my computer. I have had it for about a month now and i have to say that it is good for the price. It does what is says in the description and the quality is good. I have worked with a tablet like this before and i do have to say that there are better one's although they generally start runing at about $250 and up.