Excerpt: In this review I will talk about the Wacom Bamboo graphics tablet. I bought the tablet for several reasons. I wanted to use it for simple, office tasks such as signing my signature onto digital documents.
I recommend this to anyone wanting an intuitive way to create digital art or just navigate their PC
18 July 2011
Excerpt: The Wacom Bamboo One is not a professional grade, ultra well-featured all-singing all-dancing graphics tablet, but don't let that fool you into thinking that makes it a poor choice. If all you want is a way to draw on your PC and/or navigate around your desktop and the web, then this is a fantastic bargain, as you can get it for around £35 online.
Excerpt: I decided to get a tablet as I was fed up of using the mouse. At times it is easier to just use the mouse, but most of the time the tablet is just as good - if not better. The tablets main purpose is for graphics and it won't let you down here either. It works great in Photoshop (and no doubt similar programs) and it's just like using a normal pen. On top of being used as a mouse and for graphics it also has handwriting recogntion, which works well.
Excerpt: The wacom bamboo is a pen tablet that is aimed at consumers, rather than professionals. I am a photographer who does a reasonable amount of work in photoshop, so wanted to try out a pen tablet without comitting to a purchase of several hundred pounds. I went for the bamboo (the second cheapest model) as the cheapest one looked very cheap and nasty in the pictures, and was only £15 cheaper. It's small but the design and the quality looks good on my desk.
Simply brilliant - a great product from a great brand.
12 July 2009
Excerpt: Fantastic, absolutely fantastic. I paid something like £50 for this in PCWorld not that long ago, and it was certainly a sound investment. Personally, I think the Bamboo looks brilliant. Really sleek and sophisticated in that matt black colouring. Once plugged in via USB, the 4 buttons along the top of the tablet glow a lovely blue, which looks superb. These 4 buttons can be programmed via Wacom's software.
a great buy, a must for every user of painting or photo editing programmes!
9 April 2009
Excerpt: I bought the Wacom Bamboo One purely because I wanted a graphics tablet for use with photoshop, and being a typical student I wanted the cheapest one I could get, so to be honest I wasn't expecting it to be as amzing as it is! At £23.90 from Pixmania this graphics tablet is a little gem at a bargain price!
An excellent addition to any artist.. or an excellent mouse replacement
3 March 2009
Excerpt: Before purchasing this product, I did alot of research into graphics tablets/ pens and found that wacom was THE make to go with for reliability/ functionality. I chose this product because it was the cheapest available, and since I was starting out, I felt I didn't need the most expensive one available. I bought mine in pc world for £34.99 (so I'd go there if I were you, it's quite cheap). The software that came with this product is amazing...
Excerpt: I received one of these tablets for my Christmas present and I was thrilled. Once it is all uploaded it is very easy to use, and you can use it instead of a mouse on your computer/laptop. It was also very cheap, around £30 on Amazon. Some people might think that because of how small it is it would be more difficult to use, but it doesn't really make any difference in my opinion.
The Bamboo is well made, and very user friendly indeed
30 July 2008
Excerpt: The Wacom Bamboo is a pen driven graphics tablet aimed at the consumer market, but like the professional Intuos product line, really oozes oodles of quality. Straight from the box, you can see that this compact sized tablet is well made and will be a lot more useful than just signing the odd document. The active area of the Bamboo is just under A5 size, and above the active area are four customisable ExpressKeys, to which you can assign various functions.
Compré el trackpad para mi Mac Mini 2010, que utilizo principalme
29 July 2014
Summary: Compré el trackpad para mi Mac Mini 2010, que utilizo principalmente como un dispositivo de Media Center, con XBMC. En este contexto, el trackpad añade una gran cantidad de capacidad de uso por las siguientes razones: No necesito una superficie para el ratón más. Así que es básicamente como otro control remoto, sentado a mi lado en el sofá. Yo ya no requieren el uso del teclado, para las operaciones básicas.
Pros: Compré el trackpad para mi Mac Mini 2010, que utilizo principalmente como un dispositivo de Media
Cons: Compré el trackpad para mi Mac Mini 2010, que utilizo principalmente como un dispositivo de Media