Excerpt: I had one of the earlier Intuos tablets which I enjoyed probably 10 years. I finally needed to upgrade to a new one since the it was no longer supported in the new Mavericks OS. I love the new tablet. It supports touch and pen use. It has all the bells and whistles and does everything that you expect from Wacom and more. These guys own the market for a reason, they make great products.
Excerpt: Ordered this at B&H at the best price ever. Good hardware but lacks good documentation and support from Wacom, for which Canada does not seem to exist as a country;o).Worse part: software, at least for OS X, it does not work well at all.Export to photoshop opens AE, export to AI do not work or trys to interprete text and ends up in a window full of coords. Had to export in .svg, which enabled me to use vectors...
Excerpt: This is what has been lacking from tablets all along. With being able to draw and use ink on paper and have it be instantly put into Adobe Photoshop and / or Illustrator an artist can be 100X's more comfortable learning to transition into the digital world. For those that are familiar with it, it will save many steps, time and $.
Excerpt: How you feel about the Inkling is going to depend on how well you learn to use it. It is not going to be a first time success type of product. But, by carefully reading the documentation and taking the time to learn how to hold the pens as you write, successwill come.I use it with Inkscape to create elements for use in VideoScribe and I'm happy with the results. It allows us to work anywhere without being tethered to a computer. I love it.
Excerpt: Works okay. Sometimes it will miss a line or two because its very easy to accidentally block the sensor. SUPER easy setup. I think this is for graphic designers that find themselves sketching and having to rebuild a sketch in illustrator. This will shorten that process and give u a nice vector graph.
Excerpt: First you have at understand how cool the concept of this product is. You drawing what every you want with this pen and then the file can be opened as a Vector format, wow. The thought that pressure is and location of the pen is being recorded with respects to the storage device is cool. I'm not sure if it is technique or I just really need to work on my sketch but it is not perfect. How could it be, but it is really darn close. For the price it is amazing.