Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch (CTH460)
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too small and office 2007 does not like it
7 June 2012
Summary: Pen and "ink" work fine but office 2007 did not like it. Had to pull out and plug the usb cable to get office to recognize it. Very small writing area and often ran off the page. Ultiimately got a larger tablet.
Summary: As a user of Wacom tablets since 2001, I have owned 2 tablets prior to this one. The best of these being a larger Wacom Intuos 3. I've been a professional Graphic Designer since 2003 in many places where only Wacom tablets are used for high-end retouching and design.
Summary: Item is used (has patches on the active area). Seller (TheFactoryDepot) response: "This item is Factory Refurbished, sometimes these items are used." Customer is responsible for return shipping and there may be a restocking fee of 15%.
Summary: Been using this item on a daily basis for months now. I love it makes my work space massively flexible. I have never had any problems with it and cannot do without it. When I think about this item I am still angry with wacom for not including it as standard with my intuos.
Summary: When this works its fantastic. But rarely does work and I have to go back to USB cable. Software has major problems with Windows and maybe they will eventually sort this out but the update of software to date does not address the main issues. Still love to use the Wacom tablet.
Summary: Not sure if this is the wireless kit's fault or the Intuos 5's fault, but the connection between the computer and the tablet will break very often (once or twice per hour at least) even though the receiver and the tablet are mere centimeters apart.
Summary: Very tiny for what you get, £35 is overpriced. The battery will last just less than a day with regular (but not constant) use. Half a day with constant use. It then takes about 6/7 hours to charge back up, which is an absolute joke as it makes you wonder what was the point in buying a wireless...