Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Splash CTL471
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Reza R., Newegg
17 March 2014
Pros: When it wants to work it does good
Cons: A lot of the time it will randomly draw horribly. The tablet will work, but the lines are very jagged, rough, and bumpy even when i do the smoothest line I can and I can not figure out why for my life it does this. The cord is HORRIBLY small and barely reaches the USB port on my tower.
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.
Pros: Nice tablet, that worked very well despite some lag here and there. Comes with neat software.
Cons: I got to use my tablet for 3 hours, and then had to go to work. When I got home, the thing was useless. I can't draw, write, or anything other than use it as a single-click mouse. This is because when I returned, for no reason my pen decided to ONLY right click when in applications. The pen works fine on the desktop, and will left click, however when I open up the Bamboo dock or Art Rage Studio, the pen will ONLY right click, rendering the entire thing useless. There ...
Cons: the pen cannot be calibrated to change the speed, rendering the tablet useless. the pen is auto calibrated to your monitor, so the larger your monitor the faster your pen willl move. I have a low-end tablet from over 10 years ago that allows you to change the speed of the pen just like you can do with your mouse on any PC. what gives?