Summary: Works perfectly and it came in time for Christmas. Very happy with the product! The only thing I would have changed would have been the paintshop program's activation sticker. It was on the disk and not the sleeve it came in. SO when we went to activate it on the computer we had to eject the disk and write it down in order to install it onto the hard drive. Other then that....perfect!
Summary: I like some things about this tablet. I purchased it to use for sequencing music in Cuckos Reaper, to alleviate problems in my mouse hand. It has some really great features such as numerous quick keys on the edge of the drawing area. However there are a few perplexing issues with this device. The most noticeable defect is the auto-power off "feature" which turns the device off after a minute or two of inactivity.
Summary: Since the moment I heard that digital drawing tablets were coming out, I knew I wanted to try one. I have always been a traditional artist, and have shied away from digital art as much as possible. As I've studied art (working on my Illustration degree), I have found that more and more works of art have become somewhat hybrid. Many works are started traditionally, and finished digitally. I came to the decision this year to invest in the Adesso.
Summary: The tablet works great. I wish it had more programs in it for the hot keys. You can set the sensitivity of the pen and it works great with the enclosed programs. I can see by the latest price I should have waited to purchase it.
Summary: I bought this tablet because I couldn't stomach the price for a big Wacom Intuos. It had the same pressure sensitivity (at the time that is - Intuos 4/5 have gone up) and a scroll wheel like the Intuos 4/5 as well as programmable hot keys that the Intuos doesn't have to any great degree. I loved the 2 scroll wheels though you can't get them to do 2 different things.