Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Fun Medium (CTH661)
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Bamboo Fun and Bamboo Pen & Touch
19 November 2009
Excerpt: (2 items) For years, Wacom's graphics tablets have let digital artists and others dispense with a mouse in favor of an intuitive, precise pen. Now the company's newly refreshed line of Bamboo pen tablets also work with the most natural pointing devices of all: your fingers. I tried the Bamboo Fun and the Bamboo Pen & Touch, two models which are similar except for size and software bundle.
Pros: Provides both pen and multi-touch input, 1,024 levels of pen sensitivity, Pen doesn't require batteries, Solid software bundle, Provides both pen and multi-touch input, 1,024 levels of pen sensitivity, Well-designed, Pen doesn't require batteries, Solid software bundle
Cons: Relatively pricey, No mouse, Doesn't include Corel Painter Essentials, Smaller surface than Bamboo Fun, No mouse
Excerpt: With each update graphics-tablet specialist Wacom faces a tricky task of convincing users to upgrade to the latest model. Built to last, a Wacom tablet should outlive several computers. The snappily named Bamboo Fun Pen & Touch , which offers the addition of wireless connectivity, could, however, have you reaching into your pockets.