No, it's not a Wacom. Now that we've established that...
Ink and Alchemy, Amazon
12 August 2010
Summary: A friend of mine brought this tablet on our vacation recently and let me play with it for a bit on my laptop. It's been a long time since I used a graphic tablet and I never found them very easy to use; this one, however, converted me instantly. I ordered one from Amazon the instant I got home.
Summary: Read this review BEFORE INSTALLING this TABLET. Since there is NOTHING to manually install. The previous reviews for this product on Amazon seem to be old. Even though the Tablet comes with instructions to install the Tablet Driver first - Don't!
Summary: I was looking for an entry-level tablet that wouldn't set me back a lot. I've been very pleased with the MousePen 8x6, largely for its surface size. My Vista machine recognized the tablet right away before I installed any drivers.
Summary: This is a great product for those who want a tablet without spending much. It's good quality, and is just a step down from WACOM. If you have a child who wants a tablet, but there's the risk that they lose intrest (as children do) then the low price is perfect.
Summary: Bought this for my boyfriend for Christmas. It installed easily enough on his laptop, but is not compatible with Windows Vista, which we have on all the other pcs in the house. I tried to download an updated driver from the manufacturer's website and even that had problems.
Summary: After such wonderful reviews I was excited to receive this product. However, after just three uses, it no longer works. The mouse still works, only because I tried it out (I usually dont use the mouse) to see if it was the pen, tablet or what.
Summary: This is a pretty good deal for the money. It takes a little getting used to, but once you get the hang of it, it's pretty nice for touching up photos, drawing, etc. I bought it for my (high school) classroom and the students love the freedom the pen brings over drawing with a mouse.
Summary: I'd been entertaining the idea of buying a tablet for at least a year. After all, I was coloring my work with mismatched color pencils dating back to when I was in elementary school, and I can't afford the pricey prisma colored markers/pencils and certainly not copic markers.