Reviews and Problems with Wacom Bamboo Splash CTL471
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Charles B., Newegg
22 October 2014
Pros: This tablet is very fun and easy to use. Setup is very simple (plug in, install drivers, ready to go!) The price wasn't bad. Also the software that came with it was nice, but I needed something with a bit more depth so I purchased Autodesk Sketchbook Pro.
Summary: I got this for a friend as a late Christmas gift a few months ago. I wanted to wait before reviewing it to give her some time to be able to play around with it and make sure that it works without any problems. And it does! It works great and she loves it. She's really just beginning with digital art, so this beginners tablet is perfect for her. She loves the art programs that came with it, and I was happy to see that everything came in it's original packaging.
Adrienne Wilder "Writer of speculative fictio..., 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?
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: I bought this for an aspiring young artist in our family and she is able to sketch using this in the same or better quality than she can on paper. She is able to effortlessly zoom in on edges and small areas for finely detailed work that I would think, being a non-artist myself, would be difficult with paper and pen since she can pinpoint every pixel individually.
Pros: This device is so accurate and smooth that it is as like drawing on paper, maybe better.
Cons: There are no cons that the artist I bought this for has commented upon other than she did have issues with "pressure sensitivity," as she put it, but that turned out to be an issue in the operating system and not in the device. The information to adjust OS settings was easily found by her on the manufacturer's website forum and easy for her to follow.
Summary: The tablet worked great for taking notes. I was a little disappointed that the software didn't work on mac 10.8 but who really cares. This thing works with photoshop, which is what I really need, and you can always use elements if you want.
Summary: I can't be more satisfied with the Refurbished Bamboo Tablet, when they mean factory refurbished they aren't kidding. The only visible (and I mean that word lightly) marks are on the pen area where a smudge mark was, easily cleaned using a towel. Overall buying this means you're buying a regular bamboo tablet at a much cheaper price, it is almost identical to brand spanking new.