Summary: Hyperpen...What else? I am a part-time computer artist, I received my Hyperpen 4 years ago as a Christmas present,and it still works wonderfully. Turns out a good 90% of the negative comments Ive read about this product are User-based... 1/ DRIVERS people!
Summary: I bought this graphics tablet thinking it would help in making more precise cutouts in graphics programs. Such as people or objects from one photo pasted into another. Instead it randomly jumped all over the screen out of control. Like it had a mind of its own.
Summary: The drawing tablet has become infanitly handy to me on my artistic ventures. being an avid flash artist and fairly decent with photoshop i can wholeheartedly recomend this product. the presure sensitivity is good however my one major concern is with the stylus.
Summary: This product isn't worth much of my time, so I'll be quick. The cursor jumps horizontally when crossing certain thresholds. One time of that, there is occasional jumping (and clicking) all over the place. It's just broken and unusable and I'd stay away from any product by Aiptek.
How to make piece with your Aiptek Graphics Tablet: It's the Drivers!!!
J. D. Wayne, Amazon
16 July 2005
Summary: First off, I do not recommend this tablet if your serious about graphic arts. However, it works well for light to medium use, doing picture retouching, and simple graphics. See the bottom of my review for other good/bad/ugly-ness.
Summary: I can use this as a basic pointing device, which does not work as well as my laser mouse, but the pressure sensitive features of this device do not work in any major graphics software that I have tried it in. All tech suport says is "install the new drivers."
Summary: True. For the money you have a great size tablet. The calibration of the tablet is simple but the only place pen pressure appears to work correctly is in the calibration tool. Like a previous reviewer mentioned it does not work in Photoshop CS2 (calibration that is).