Summary: It maybe that I don't have the best hand-eye coordination. I found the pad fairly easy to use but only slightly better than my mouse. I used it to trace around costume designs I overlay on diffuse maps. These maps are then used to provide alternative clothing for 3D characters in my animation software. The pad does a sort of decent job but never quite completely satisfactory. I've used it with Adobe Photoshop CS5.5 and CS5, and Corel Paintshop X3.
Summary: This was a gift for my sister that is a fashion designer, she loves it becuase is easy to use, light weight. She says that she uses all the time, and would not be able to work now with out it, so i guess thats a 100% recommendation from her :-)
Summary: Considering the quality in comparison to the price, I found this product to live up to my expectations. it was a real bargain. The first one that I purchased was stolen. The second one performed just as well as the first one. I have found this product to hold up very well and I am very satisfied with both the product and the servicing of my order on both occasions. Thank You.
Summary: I first bought this tablet a few years ago hoping it would be a cheap and usable alternative to a Wacom tablet. Well I got the cheap part right. I was hoping for a large format tablet that wasn't going to cost me an arm and a leg. Once again the truth is you get what you pay for. I tried to use the tablet for about 30 minutes before giving up.
Summary: Drivers and software installed easily in XP, plugged tablet into USP port and device was immediately recognized. I had been using a HyperPen tablet with 6x8 drawing area for years, with 3084 LPI and 512 levels of pressure sensitivity. It was adequate for most applications, but I wanted a greater working area, and more pressure sensitivity.
Summary: This product is essentially a toy. I purchased one after my serial Wacom was left behind in the upgrade to Windows 7. I have a dual monitor setup. I could never get the tablet to work satisfactorily across the two monitors. On startup, I would be restricted to my primary monitor. If I put the computer to sleep and resumed it I got tablet access across both monitors but lost pressure sensitivity ... *very* annoying. Don't be fooled by the 'user-assignable' pen buttons.
Summary: I am continuing to educate myself on this product. Install was easy. However a more intuitative manuel would help. I consider myself very computer literate, however with this product the help needs a more 1,2,3. The video tutorial helps, but running the video and working with the sketch is hard.
Summary: You can download the latest OSX Driver with Photoshop CS4 support at: www.geniusnet.com navigate to the drivers section, follow instructions. I purchased this driver several months ago. I've been delighted with how well it works with most of my programs - it worked with everything except Photoshop CS4, which is my primary drawing and painting tool.