Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Splash CTL471
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Adrienne Wilder "Writer and artist of dark ur..., Amazon
8 February 2014
Summary: Bought one of these for a friend and myself. Excellent. I own one of the high end Wacom professional model tablets and purchased this one for a friend who is a beginner and the one for myself so I could have something portable. In some instances I found this smaller tablet actually easier to work on than the larger one. The sensitivity is up to par and I can't really tell a difference between it and my other one which retails for about $500-$700 used. So for the money?
Summary: I need to learn how to coordinate my hand on the tablet better with the cursor on the computer. It is not as easy as drawing directly on paper. But I am sure once I get used to it, it would be fun. If I want to put more money for it, I would get a wider tablet. Many times I feel it so tight and run out of space to go.
Beware: product didn't work and the factory depot does not manage the warranty
Jack Dempsey, Amazon
6 August 2013
Summary: I was hesitant to purchase a refurbished item, but thought "they must have fixed it correctly, right?" Wrong, and because I've been busy and just finally opened the package after 30 days, I get no help from the factory depot, just a "contact the original maker who manages the warranty". So just beware of what you have to deal with if things go poorly. TFD should really be clear about who guarantees this product.
Summary: I received this tablet as a Christmas present and it stopped working in January or February. The problem was the metal piece that the charger connects to became loose. It would turn on and off every few seconds, no matter what I tried. The warranty was a pain. I called and they said I would have to ship it and pay for repairs. That does not sound like a warranty to me... I never actually got it fixed by them.
It seems as brand new as the one my friend has ^w^
Marjan Angelo Tomas Naboa, Amazon
3 August 2013
Summary: It has a simple, nice design with what you basically need for getting what you need done with a tablet. No complications so far and is perfect for someone like me just getting into digital art ^w^
Summary: This is not a bad buy for the price, I was just hoping that it had an eraser-capable pen. You can set the buttons on the side to be an eraser though, so it isn't too bad. I just wonder why the back end of the pen is so colorful if it is completely useless. A cheaper one would work as well as this one did.