Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Pen&Touch CTH-470
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Courtney Zeigler, Amazon
11 April 2015
Summary: I've been wanting to replace my Graphire for the better part of a decade and the common recommended replacement was the Bamboo. After so many years of service, the Graphire finally went kaput and so I decided it was time to get a Bamboo. I'm so glad I did.
Summary: I love this thing! It was just delivered last night and I haven't been able to stop using it! It's remarkably easy to use. I've never used a tablet before, so I was sure it would take a lot of getting used to, but in ten minutes I could use it well enough to produce a sketch as good as I could have...
Summary: Works great. The model number is to old to get the "free" drawing programs that the description states it comes with. After working with Wacom (not the seller) We were able to get a different drawing program. My daughter loves this. Very easy to use.
Summary: This is a great product for beginners. The software is outdated though, so you need to download the updated software from wacom's website. Just be careful with the cords, they can break kind of easily. Take good care of it abd you'll be fine.
Summary: I bought this tablet mainly for Osu! And it's a really good tablet. I tried the autodesk software and that worked really well too. One thing that they don't tell you is that you have to get drivers your self on Wacom's website. I would recommend this tablet to anyone who draws or plays osu!
Summary: Works great, although I haven't had a chance to put it through its paces... Useful as a mouse replacement - I've been having tendonitis from the scroll... I like this size a lot better than the extra large on I used in graphic arts classes.
Summary: As I was shopping for a convertible laptop for school, I realized that being able to write things into said laptop would be immensly helpful in taking notes, doing homework, marking up papers, so on and so forth.