Highly configurable; Great for drawing in paint.net; Handwriting not ready for real use
Mark B, Amazon
1 May 2012
Summary: There are plenty of pluses with this tablet, especially at this price. It comes with a mouse that works on the 6"x8" board. The mouse can be placed in drawing or mouse mode. It also comes with a stylus pen and two spare tips. The pen and mouse both take one AAA battery each (included).
Summary: Lets keep it simple... I bought it for my Artistic computer smart 12yr old. She has enjoyed using it, although it did not work with some art programs. She lost the pen tip ( small plastic insert that is replaceable)... Good luck getting a replacement.
Summary: Pretty good product, especially for the price. It's slim and light and large enough to use comfortably, and the pen is easy to hold, although I cut a slot in a pencil grip and put it on to better accommodate my giant hands. Having a battery in it doesn't make it too heavy.
Summary: For the price, it's worth it if you're not going to use it all day every day. If you need a workhorse, this is not work you. But for small jobs and for hobby this is perfect.
Pros: Decent tablet for the price. Works fairly well.
Cons: Stylus requires watch batteries (included). Feels a bit clunky in the hand. I would not want to use this for long extended work, but for short jobs this is fine. I did have some driver installation issues - if you change ports, you need to reinstall the driver to get pressure sensitivity back.
Summary: My daughter, an artist, had been wanting one of these for quite some time. But I was put off by the high prices of most graphic tablets. When I found this one, I was delighted. I read all the reviews carefully and then decided to purchase it. She loves it!!
Cons: I didn't check this when I ordered, needs batteries for pen and mouse, luckily I had rechargeable batteries laying around otherwise I would have returned it. What do you expect from a cheap tablet?
Summary: This is the first Pressure tablet I have owned. The other brands were just too darned expensive to risk spending money on something I might hate. It worked as promised and better right out of the box. I have used it with XP/ME/Vista and currently 7 without a hiccup.
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.