Summary: This was actually pretty good. It worked for the most part. I would prefer if it was wireless and the actual pen had a cable so you won't lose the pen. Then pen is very thick and uncomfortable to hold.
Summary: I know Wacom is name brand and there are bigger tablets that are just as cheap or cheaper than this but there's reliability when buying from Wacom. If you don't want to look at the specs of other drawing tablets then Wacom is a no-brainer for a drawing tablet. It's also the best one if you're just starting out. Even the older model of this is still working, YES IT'S WORKING the classic pen tablet with the red tab on it and ridiculously long cord?
Summary: I always used to have a hobby of calligraphy, but there is a messiness about working with India ink. Now, using this device, I don't have to use newspapers or a smock. My hands aren't covered with stains after I finish, and I can use whatever colors I like for the paper and the letters, without rushing to the store. It's just a total delight.
Summary: It took me a month or two to really get used to using a tablet but I will never go back. I love the bamboo because it is smaller, more portable, and cheaper than the Intuos series. The smaller size works well for me working from a laptop as my primary machine. Spending long hours with a mouse for work and school was hard on my wrist but those issues mostly went away since I switched to using the Bamboo almost exclusively.
Wacom is the best over 7+ years with them, stilll loving it.
danni anderson, Amazon
3 March 2014
Summary: Okay , so if you are wondering about these tablets they have worked wonders for me and many other people out there. For these 7 years i have had the old version of the pen tablet , it worked amazing , but with time and being bent so much the cord wouldn't connect anymore , for what i paid i feel satisfied it all depends on how you take care of something. WACOM IS THE BEST .