Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Splash CTL471
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29 September 2013
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.
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.
A Cheaper and Better Alternative to Other Low- End Tablets
12 July 2013
Summary: I know Wacom is like the "king of graphics tablets" since they don't have much competition and everything. But I decided to go with a cheaper tablet because I was just starting out on the computer and I didn't want to transfer all my traditional art to the computer and try photoshop with a mouse.
Summary: It's really easy to setup and includes ArtRage software to get you started. No problems working with Photoshop, Painter, etc. The strokes with the pen feels nice and has good sensitivity. However, the pen doesn't have an eraser. You may need to get a longer micro usb cable because the one in the package is rather short if you need to connect it directly to back your computer.
Pros: -Easy to set up, -Compatible with most programs, -Good stroke sensitivity
Summary: The tablet is really nice. I bought it for my teenage daughter. I like the way it responds to pressure. On the other hand the usb cable that ships with it is cheap. I had to replace the cable within the first hour. Luckily it uses the same usb cable as my Kindle and Blackberry Torch so I just gave her one of mine and all has been well since.
Summary: Found this to be one of the cheapest ways to see if I would like using a tablet for some of my graphics and photo work. I have to say, I must be one of those people who benefit from using a pen rather than a mouse. I notice there are somethings I still rather use the mouse for but detail work on photos and such seemed to feel much more natural with this product. I took a 40 something dollar hit on this. The product arrived on time and was neatly packaged.
Summary: it was not so bad. it was better then i expected, but pretty easy to make scraches. but it has good tutorial. i like it. i think they need better program for drawing. demo SketchBook Express wan't good.
Summary: Okay, so I've been wanting a bamboo for a while, and I could not turn down this amazing price! I saved $30 just because of this and I am glad I chose this option. It took about a week 1/2 to get here (it took some time to leave the original state.. about 3-4 days before it finally arrived in my city).. I opened the box and found a perfectly put together box and assembly kit that it comes with, which were both fantastic. It didn't seem like it was refurbished at all!