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 The drivers are outdated and the site does not even have updates and customer care is a joke.
Summary: This was a gift for the holidays but it turns out i couldn't give them the gift, anyway i wanted to return it but They only have a 30 day return policy and also they only take defective items back Kept the item and used it for myself works great just a crappy seller
Summary: This is a great product, it works with any program. Just be sure when take a break to leave the pen ON the tablet! It takes a little time for the pen to reset and find the tablet otherwise. Other than that is really good!
Summary: My biggest problem with this tablet is that it sais it is compatible with both pc and mac but it was very much designed for pc. The software bundle is for windows only and you are left with the basic software attached to the tablet which is just not good.
Summary: I was very surprised to see how light and thin the tablet was. The software instillation was very easy and it was basicially plug and play. The pen came with two replacement tips and the photo software included in the bundle was excellent and doesn't take 300 MB to use.
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.
It has poor accuracy and erratic pressure feedback
Van Driver, Amazon
13 July 2010
Summary: Not a draft design tablet. It has poor accuracy and erratic pressure feedback. The deal breaker is that fact that unlike Wacom tablets that allow floating which allows you to position the cursor without touching the tablet, this tablet forces you to touch the tablet to position the cursor.
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.
Summary: This is my first graphics tablet. Being a mechanical engineer that started out on a drafting board, I come from a different mind set than a graphics artist. I spent over a week researching every manufacturer of graphics tablets I could find, reading the reviews, etc.