Summary: Easy to install and very good for free hand drawing on the PC. Has two input devices one being the stylus and the mouse which both have advantages and disadvantages. For the price it is a great entry level design tablet. Would highly recommend.
Summary: I bought this tablet a good few years ago, 4 years now, it's been used very heavily in conjunction with a standard USB mouse. My gaming rage has led to me banging my fist down on it and it's not so much as creaked. The Bad things: First, the mouse it absolutely atrocious, instead of a scroll wheel it clicks up/down and it's simply too small for comfortable adult use, and also, both pen and mouse run off AAA batteries.
Summary: Beware if you are using Windows 7! I've been using this on my XP box for a couple of years or so, without a problem. On my Windows 7 netbook, however, Windows installs its own driver, which overrides the Trust one. Pressure sensitivity will not work AT ALL, despite this being the danged reason I NEED a tablet.
Summary: Basically it works.....really well. I only use it for basic photo manipulation and drawing but the pressurised pen is easy to use the buttons surrounding the board are simple to program and the tablet is sensitive. It doesn't lag or gitter even on my relatively low spec computer.
Excerpt: When it came to buying a graphics tablet I didn't know where to start looking. Wacon is the big name when it comes to tablets but when we were in Currys the Trust TB 6300 seemed to have more features for a better price. The assistant checked that it was compatible with Photoshop CS2 before I parted with £50 to take it home, annoyingly discovering that it sells for £37 on Amazon later.