Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Fun Medium (CTH661)
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Perfect for beginners
S W, Amazon
5 April 2015
Summary: The Bamboo Fun tablet is a convenient and durable tablet. Perfect for beginners. The simple design allows for no confusion; it is very straight forward. I got my tablet through high school when I was enrolled in a drawing course and since that was my first tablet, it was a great one to start out...
Summary: I bought this for my husband for our first Christmas together and he still uses and loves it 6 years later. The only reason I've given it 4 stars is due to having to replace the pen after it broke. Luckily, it did last for over 4 years and the replacement was reasonably priced on here.
Summary: Absolutely wonderful, saved money buying refurbished, and it has a big surface. Comes with great software. Only complaint, if you want super detail, you might not get it, the tip is a bit wobbly. But i wouldnt sell mine to anyone, very happy.
Summary: It came like new and with all its parts, but I would have appreciated at least one replacement nib... Also my Corel Painter Essentials always seems to be "Not Responding" :( I heard others have this problem but my sisters Wacom Bamboo Craft has the nibs and is responding. :T
Summary: i did not know that this pen tablet didn't have pen angle sensitivity. i didn't really know how to look for that specific quality. it's kind of a bummer but it's not that big of a deal for me because i'm just an architect trying to make some sketches directly on to my computer so that i don't have...
Summary: Where to start. I always wanted something like this and the concept seemed great. After much research and deliberation i knew that this model was the most cost effective and best unit out there for the options. All in all it works exactly as it should.
Summary: I'm new to using a tablet, so it has taken me a while to get used to it, especially the idea of moving the mouse by keeping the pen elevated. However, I found that most of my problems went away when I turned off the multi-touch interface and just used it as a 'standard' tablet.
Summary: Stylish. With 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, it is totally adequate for navigation and tasks like video editing. Professionals *may* find the Intuos line necessary for digital painting, but for everything else the input sensitivity is great. Touch works ok but I don't use it.