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Wacom Graphire

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Overall 9

Graphire Bluetooth

25 August 2005
  • Excerpt: The Good Clutter free operation. Built solidly. The Bad Dull mouse. Price premium over non Bluetooth version. Over the years the mouse has grown from a one buttoned plastic box to an ergonomic, multi-buttoned, optical masterpiece. Yet, for some applications it still isn't the best tool. Among creative professionals tablets are very popular because they offer greater control for fine editing.
  • Pros: Clutter free operation. Built solidly.
  • Cons: Dull mouse. Price premium over non Bluetooth version.
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Overall 4

Wacom’s Graphire Is A Great Tablet & An Excellent Value

The Mac Observer
22 December 1999
  • Conclusion: At around $100, the Wacom Graphire is an excellent value. It sports a good software bundle, is easy to set up and use, and offers a high degree of customization. While the tablet may be rather small, it is adequate for home use; professional users will probably want to take a look at Wacom's Intuos tablets, which come in a wide variety of sizes. But you can't really go wrong with the Graphire.
  • Pros: Affordable, Customizable, Easy to set up and use, Good software bundle.
  • Cons: Tablet is rather small, Scrolling wheel does not work when browsing web sites with frames.
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Overall 6

Wacom Graphire Bluetooth review Review

10 June 2005
  • Summary: Although an expensive price tag accompanies this tablet, it lets anyone draw accurately on a computer, and it comes with added software
  • Pros: Offers Bluetooth connectivity, Intuitive and easy to use, Two configurable buttons
  • Cons: Bluetooth is tricky to set up, Expensive
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