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 .
Summary: Perfect. It's just big enough to work with comfortably, and the green backside and pen back is cute. Great sensitivity, and it definitely is my favorite tablet i have ever owned. The only criticism i have is that if you're used to pushing down a little harder on your pens, that the pen nub does grind down fairly easy. i went through my first nub in about 2 weeks.
Summary: Doing arty stuff for my Art and Game Design course, so I needed a graphics tablet- and this thing is more than what I need,but I will probably be using this long after classes are over. Not too much of an artist, but I'm actually learning a lot and much better at art than I was before now that I have this tablet and the software that came with it.