Excerpt: Wacom is the dominant name in the tablet market — not the touchy-swipey kind, but the pen-based input kind, devices that sit on your desk and serve as tools for pointing and clicking.
Pros: Addition of multitouch support makes Wacom’s most popular input tablet even more capable. Ambidextrous design with the option to go wireless. New heads-up display on the ExpressKeys reminds you of your settings in an instant. All the settings and gestures are customizable. Pen is comfy.
Cons: Touch features lack the accuracy and responsiveness of the input pen. Coated plastic surface doesn’t come close to the feel of glass. Smoothness of gesture-based input is inconsistent.