Reviews and Problems with Adesso CyberTablet 12000
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Does the job.
neeknaam "help create a smile", Amazon
25 December 2013
Summary: One of the original low-priced tablets. you "pretend" to write/draw on it and it copies all action onto your screen where you will see your drawings. You get used to this "indirect" tablet in a few hours. It actually works. I used it around 2005 and moved up to a tablet PC.
Unfortunate experience. Priced right, with proper disclosure, this product might serve someone's needs perfectly.
27 July 2013
Summary: Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.0 did not arrive with product. Version 7.0 is out of date. The driver software was for an obsolete operating system, indicating that the product was old, probably using old technology. Some batteries were missing and the one provided was probably several years old. The price was much higher than a current version of the same product offered elsewhere.
Summary: My daughter is a graphic designer and I purchased the usb tablet so she could take it along with her when she travels. It's a simple plug and play Tablet that comes with a mouse. She prefers a large tablet when working on her designs and this tablet is comperable in size to her Wacom Tablet which she uses at home. It's a great product for the price and it's lightweight and portable.
Summary: I thought I wanted a really big tablet but when I got the Adesso Cyber Tablet 12x9 it felt too big. The next thing I noticed was the the mouse didn't work properly. Clicking the right button made it act as if I were clicking the left button. (I had the options set correctly for a right handed user.) Clicking the scroll wheel worked like clicking the left button should and clicking the left button did nothing.
Summary: I bought this tablet for my daughter a year ago. The tablet works well and she loves it. The pen is a little fragile at the joint between the two halves, but the problem with this tablet is the pen tips. The replacable pen tips are not available anywhere. When you wear out the tips that come with it (3) your only option is to buy a new pen for $20. It comes only with the tip that is installed in the pen.
Summary: Holy mother of god. To all the digital artists out there: Do not buy any 'Adesso' tablets. Or anything from them, for that matter. I've been trying for hours to get my wonderful looking tablet to work. It's huge, which is why I wanted it. However, it seems the only use it has now is that of a cutting board or a small child's sled.
Summary: I had a large, costly Wacom tablet for many years, but with RS-232 serial devices becoming obsolete, decided to look for a good quality USB model, without the cost of the dominant market-leader's models. I'm extremely happy with the quality of Adesso. The feel/response of the pen and mouse are excellent. I think it has actually improved my drawing skills.