Excerpt: (1 items) Compared to its better-known competitors from Wacom, Genius' $99 MousePen i608 graphics tablet offers more real estate for less money: Its 8-by-6-inch working area is roughly the same as that offered by Wacom's $199 Bamboo Fun ( ), and much larger than the 5.8-by-3.6-inch surface of the $99 Bamboo Pen and Touch ( ). Overall, though, this tablet doesn’t measure up to Wacom’s latest offerings. Genius MousePen i608 graphics tablet First the good news.
Pros: Large surface, Mouse included, Programmable shortcut keys
Cons: Included utilities and demo programs work in Windows only, No full-version graphics software, Pen requires batteries