Summary: This tablet works perfectly. I have dual monitors and can map them both one to one onto the tablet, which makes for easier working with graphics - i can float the toolbars on one screen and the image on the other and switch back and forth without problems.
Summary: If you use photoshop professionally and don't have a Wacom tablet, you should lift the rock you live under and take a look around:). Just kidding, I would think that anyone that gave these tablets a serious trial would never go back to just a mouse. I switch back and forth as needed and love it.
Summary: Hi, i am a concept artist and using a lot of photoshop work. i was using intuos 2 before but died. i purchased this instead of intuos 4 because of the surface of the tablet and the size 6x11. this is a perfect ratio for me to work with dual monitors and also a good size to carry on !
Summary: I ordered the 6x11 Intuos3 tablet to replace a 6x8 version that no longer worked. The seller was prompt to answer my questions and I ordered it immediately after receiving a response. I expected it to arrive within a week, and it showed up within four days via USPS (Florida to Wisconsin)! It's in exactly the condition listed and is working beautifully on my Mac Pro. I've used Wacom Intuos graphics tablets for years, so I am aware of the quality of the product.
Summary: I always wanted a light pen, but was never sure what to buy. I also helps to have a focus-what do you want to do with such a device. I was interested in drawing on my computer and picked up a book which detailed how. The book recommended this writing tablet. I am amazed about the possiblity of using less paper and creating digitally. This is definately the tool to have.
Summary: I use 2 monitors, each with 1600x1200 resolution and I have no problems with precision. It does take up quite a bit of desk real estate, but it's worth it. My only complaint is that the standard pen is a little small for my hands, but if you've got average sized hands, you should be OK.
Summary: I use this to do my digital art, including my comic book 'The Waiting Room' (available for your kindle), and switched to the widescreen for more accurate mapping to my 24" monitor. The usual quality of wacom tablets is there, although I found that the side buttons are too easy to brush across easily with my hand while doing digital painting. I ended up disabling the right hand buttons as a result.
Summary: I recently picked this up when its 10-year-old predecessor finally wouldn't work any more (it was a serial port version that couldn't successfully make the transition to the USB world any more, even with an adapter). The first thing that impressed me about the new one was how smooth and slick the movement was, and how fluid the curves. This tablet actually performed as the previous one advertised, and I loved it! At first.