Summary: I spent a long time reading reviews and researching before I bought. I do not regret it. I love this graphics pad. I am still learning all I can do with it. I did buy a used copy of PhotoShop 3 extended to enhance my fun.
Summary: Works great for tracing. The only difficult part is, you need a large desk and every where you tap on the display will only show up in that area on your monitor. You need to have the matching size monitor for this item to work correctly.
Summary: If you are an artist with a skilled hand, this is a great tool. I can draw directly on it and the image appears on the screen. A smaller tablet works for most software applications, but the larger size is important to me because it allows me to trace my larger works as well as giving me the freedom...
Summary: As a previous owner of an 9 x 12 intuos2 tablet with a number of years of use, I ended up ordering the 12 x 19 Intuos3 on a whim. I'd read some reviews that said owns of the Intuos2 model really didn't need to upgrade. But I have to say I'm glad I did.
Summary: There is a secret tip you should know about all pen tablets. For best hand eye corordination you want to use the mapping setting to make the tablets area porportional to the same size on screen. Otherwise, if you use the defualt setting you will be making hand strokes that come off larger on screen.
Pros: Its great. I use it on my Apple 30' cinema display. This is for the serious digital artist.
Cons: No real cons, I cant imagine Wacom improving much in next versions... but always get a tablet that is as large as your monitor for best results.
Excerpt: Heute möchte ich über ein Grafiktablett der Firma Wacom berichten. Das Grafiktablett wird wohl keiner Privat kaufen und nutzen - da es in der Größe DIN A 3 zum einen teuer und zum anderen sehr groß ist.