Summary: I loved this tablet when I got it. I couldn't put it down. My only problem is the pen. Its made cheap and can break really easy. Also, its a bit of a pain to get a replacement now from Adesso, you have to order it by e-mail. I will give it the benefit of the doubt, since this tablet is most likely not built to be carried around in your labtop bag for a year, to be ready to pull out whenever you like but more of sitting on your desk forever, which was a small problem for...
Summary: I've occasionally used this to digitize some artwork, and it works. But it doesn't have anything near per pixel accuracy, and the pressure sensor often isn't detected and therefore is mostly useless.
Summary: I've never had a drawing tablet before, and I really wanted one. I saw this product and it was a must have for me. I wanted practice with a tablet without spending $150-$200 on one. The programs it comes with are great. It's a perfect match for beginniners. However, I do have a little bit of difficulty with the pen. I really needed to change the sensitivity on the pen just so that I didn't have to press down so hard (easy fix).
Summary: The hardware seems to be good enough. Its precision isn't great. But I guess that you get what you pay for. The software is what drives me nuts. The driver in Windows 7 provided me with a wide palette of issues. Specially in dual monitor configurations. So many that I ran it without the driver, but that meant not having pressure sensitivity, something that makes the tablet almost worthless.
Summary: It was cracked down the center and very awkward to position. Now, 2 years later, it provides absolutely no virtual use at all. If it hadn't been broken and didn't make my computer slower, it would have been great. But I don't like it. And it's too big for me to use properly.
Summary: Owned a small Wacom Bamboo tablet and recently purchased the larger CyberTablet because I couldn't draw with the Wacom over a couple hours without getting terrible cramps. Attempts at installing the correct drivers and setting everything up took about half an hour, fortunately all worked out fine. What I like most about this tablet is the very large surface area which gives lots of freedom for my arm, the difference feels like drawing on a note-card versus a sketchbook.
Summary: I never actually got this tablet to work (mine had no hover function - it was like trying to use a mouse with the left button stuck down), but I would've been willing to work with them to get it up and running. Instead, after sending their customer help desk a message detailing the problem, they said it was an issue with the drivers and sent me a link to download the newest version.
Summary: I haven't bought this from Amazon but locally, same brand, same exact model. I run on PC And progressively its had so much problems I cannot stand it. The drivers are outdated and the site does not even have updates and customer care is a joke. For me, it get huge random dead spots on vertically on both side and random spots that seem to change, its jitters on it own, if you keep your hand with the pen as stable as possible, the pointer will dance around and click on its...
Summary: As a Portrait Artist and over 30 years of experience, this tablet works great. I can efficiently and effectively create astonishing art work in the same way I can on a regular canvas. This tablet also works perfect with "Adobe Photoshop CS5 Extended".