Excerpt: WACOM Work-And-Complete-Outstanding-Media I use this with a Cintiq 24HD for Aftereffects PhotoShop CS6 Illustrator CS6 add just a dusting of shadeing ,or a mass of texture ,really took me back to the days of all I had was a AirBrush ,its like advanced -future -retro , I could Rant about this on&on but I have work to do ,and
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Control, Increased Productivity, Lightweight, Natural Feel
Summary: ...and I finally got one. I should have sprung for it many years ago. It's fun to use, once I got used to it. Well, let me be honest, I'm not completely used to it: there's definitely an art of drawing on a blank pad and not seeing what you drew (on the pad) but instead, watching it happen onscreen. That takes some getting used to, but that's training ME, not an issue with this pad.
Summary: the Tablet came brand new of course but I was worried because you can't buy this at a local retail store anymore. I was think about getting the bamboo fun which is 2x the surface area but this is perfect for a 1080 monitor as far as the size ratio. Feels natural when drawing and the eraser is something I wouldn't go without.
Summary: AFIK, Wacom has discontinued these. Bummer! I don't need the pen and touch variety, just a touchpad for ergonomic reasons and to alleviate stress from single-handed mousing. With the Wacom Bamboo Touch Tablet, I can use both my right and left hands for "mousing" functions, improving speed and productivity and minimizing RSI/CTS strain. The Bamboo drivers allows you to assign the device independently from the mouse settings in the operating system.
Summary: Great for beginners into the tablet world. It's inexpensive and gets the job done. Admittedly it's not the most stylish but it's a great "first stepping stone" on knowing what tablet to get if there is a next time. Personally I would have LIKED to have gotten the more "updated" silver model but after actually using the coverage area this one has, I think I choose well to get the smaller working area.
Summary: I have always been interested in multitouch for my computer and I have been thoroughly impressed with my Wacom Intuos 4, so I decided to give this a try. 35 bucks isn't a lot to spend to get touch capability. First of all, the design is exquisite. It has sleek lines, perfectly sized buttons, and plenty of finger room. It is very responsive, and it is fully customizable in the Bamboo driver. I enjoy using it in unison with my Intuos 4.
Summary: I'm a graphic/web designer and this is my 3rd Wacom tablet; previously I had two Graphire units each of which eventually died after 4+ years of very heavy usage. I love the bamboo's multiple touch interface, in fact I bought the Bamboo instead of the Intuos for that reason. The touch interface is definitely easier on my wrist and index finger than a mouse and makes surfing the web while scrolling through pages and tables effortless.
Fantastic Product, Love Almost Everything About It
21 June 2011
Summary: I ordered this tablet for my computer animation class, and it's easy for me to say that it was/still is incredibly useful. Right off the bat, I was able to make some pretty cool things with it, and it improved my classwork a lot (of course, I WAS only using a mouse before). This product came with it's own software for computer navigation in lieu of a mouse, but I never really liked it and ended up removing it.