Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch (CTH460)
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Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch Tablet, CTH-460
25 July 2014
Excerpt: I used to do portraitures back in high school. I’ve given up Art when I went to college, but it’s still in my blood. I strive to make an Art journal, and I’d like to take it to a different medium, something that’s readily available to me. …
Summary: Purchased this particular unit for my girlfriend who is a budding artist and starting to get into digital art. Didn't have much money so I searched and did research and found this tablet which fit my price and specifications list. The build quality is good and very sturdy.
Summary: I love this tablet, the only problem is that the pen nibs wear out very quickly (it seems a few days but is probably 1-2 weeks), and as soon as they begin to the feel of the pen is not as good as with new nibs.
Summary: Bought this as a birthday present to myself and I haven't been disappointed. Smooth drawing action. I tend to hit random buttons while using it so I accidentally turn on the touch button, and I rest my hand on it so that makes the cursor go nuts thinking that it's my stylus, that's annoying but not...
You'll never need another tablet for your unicorn-drawing needs
Aaron Gardner, Amazon
7 November 2013
Summary: It works very well for drawing pictures of unicorns, though I'd imagine you could also use it to create a Fan letter to Nickelba---nahh, I'm just kidding. You won't be laying any praise upon Nickelback any time soon.
Summary: I was skeptical at first but man! This thing ROCKS. I use it with my photo editing software to make fine adjustments to photos. I must caution that there is a learning curve with this device just like any other device.