Summary: The refurbished tablet seemed like a new tablet. Works fine. Could not find any cosmetic flaws on it. The Create takes up a fair amount of desk space, so also think about how large your work space is when deciding which size table to buy.
Summary: I recently decided to upgrade my bamboo fun to a bigger size, so I decided to get the Create. It does everything I need it too (without being too overloaded with functions) and is big enough that I can draw comfortably and accurately. I usually buy refurb, cheaper and really it's BRAND NEW as far as I could tell! Great company, will be looking to purchase from them again. Also as a bonus, it came in 2 days!
Summary: I used to have a Wacom tablet many years ago, but after about 4 years of not using a tablet or a computer for my artwork, I came back around needing to use one for my digital artwork being I'm beginning to sell my own artwork now. I use the tablet for the basics, the 4 side black buttons for convenience I dont use, but I'm sure at some point I may. The upload software is easy to use and establish with you're pc. The size is great. That's what I love most about it by far.
Summary: I can't really say much that hasn't already been said: good device, lackluster default art programs, whatever. It's not bad for the money: you get a device, at least. My problem starts with the cable adaptors. First of all, my tablet-to-computer adaptor had an unfit tablet male socket (the little metal part that goes into the tablet so that it can form a link to your computer). Fortunately, I had one of my ancient phone cables handy that was a perfect fit.
Summary: I have to confess, I made this purchase from a local store rather than online. Having said that, I love my Bamboo. Eventually I would like to purchase a higher end Wacom product, but this is a perfect for me at this time. If there is any negative it is I expected to be drawing immediately like I would with a pen or pencil. I quickly found out there is some adaption that has to be made before you are drawing with it as you expect.
Summary: It's really touchy and the cursor seems to jump a bit. Don't really have the control I was hoping for, but I really couldn't afford the intuous tablet. Maybe I just need to work with it more...
Summary: This was my first tablet purchase. I spent a little more than I wanted to but I think it was worth it, as it is more of a professional device than a toy. This is a great device. Very intuitive and fun to use. I am still getting the hang of it but it was very simple to learn. It comes with some fun apps to help you learn how to use the pen. I love the eraser functionality too.
Summary: I have been an Adesso tablet user for years as it is a cheaper tablet that does only what I need it to do and nothing more. It was my first tablet brand ever and my only up until recently. I only bought a tablet when I started getting good at drawing on paper and wanted to transfer my line art to my computer so I could dabble in digital coloring and effects. Obviously a mouse is very hard to handle, but the Adesso was pretty cheap and manageable.