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.
Summary: If you are starting out and are a bit tight on budget then I do strongly recommend this as your first tablet. It's sweet and simple and can easily be adjusted to as soon as you get one and will last you quite a while till you can get professional and get a bigger tablet
Pros: The design of it is minimal and works well for small environments, practically fitting in and working well from the start and when the drivers get downloaded. It preforms all of the functions that every tablet does and draws just nicely for a cheap tablet! Also this thing can last quite a while f...
Cons: The drawing area is... a lot to be desired and for those of you who crave for space this will literally bug the hell out of you but you end up getting used to it. It is also small, it's not too bad but for those who want something bigger you might want to overlook this unless you are willing to d...
Summary: My review may be a bit unfair, but this tablet wasn't as great I was expecting. I think this has to do with the fact that I previously had an Intuos4 which is one of the high-end tablets, so this one just seemed very watered down. But hey, it still gets the job done!
Summary: Good portable tablet. I've used the cheapest tablet out there (Genius) and the best (Intuous 3) and this is a good in between. Solid build and very portable. I've even used it on 2 screen desktops for animation and was plenty productive.
Summary: This device is solid, sleek, minimalistic and it does what it does well. If you enjoy the feel of a drawing on paper, even better! The surface is textured in such a way that emulates paper, and as someone who's seen a lot of paper in his day, I'll say they certainly did it well.
Summary: Pros: -Precise -Quality made -Pressure sensitive tip -Tutorial is well made -Best value vs. quality on the market for lower end tablets There's really not much to say other than this is the perfect beginner tablet. It's cheap and does exactly as advertised.
Summary: Works perfectly fine. I use it for drawing despite the tablet being labeled as a office tool and I think this tablet would be the perfect start place for someone trying to go into digital drawing.But on other notes the usb that was included from the start felt loose and within a couple of days...
Summary: First off let's start with the good parts of this, that's what you want to hear right? This tablet is very neat to work with, it's not laggy(slug-ish) like previous tablets I've used which is like trying to use a snail to draw. I use the program PaintTool SAI, a fairly advanced program.
Summary: This tablet works great with linux as expected. I was getting CP in my mouse hand/wrist/arm, and was forced to stop using a mouse all together. This tablet saved my life as I am now able to continue working all day (and usually all night) with much less pain.
Pros: Wacom linux drivers that work Easy to flip from right hand to left hand with wacomset set device half Works more accurately in gnome on mint than in windows Draws well in gimp, blender