Summary: I had to go to the Genious site to find a driver that would work, but in the end, it worked very well. Better than the tablet it replaces. Can be used in Mouse or tablet mode with Penpad software V2.13 and Driver V1.7x
Summary: This tablet is plug-and-play with Windows 8. I've been using it for some photo retouching, and more recently, with Microsoft OneNote. The fidelity of the cursor and the ease of use and integration with the OS is awesome!
Summary: Tried to use it to draw in the computer, worked great within Linux apps and the pressure sensor or third axis was represented accurately, unfortunately it requires a little bit more of work instead of drawing on paper, like checking where exactly in the screen the pointer is.
Summary: This table does not work properly on Windows 7. Terrible lag occurs randomly, so cannot easily write, draw or use it as pointer. Key mapping is poor - default profile cannot be changed and cannot be copied to a new profile.
Summary: I do not recommend to anyone. First off, the center of the pad is the center of the screen, regardless of where you drag the pen, lift and drag again. the tablet is just a scaled down version of your screen, if you want to draw in the upper right corner of the screen, you must draw in the upper...
Summary: I was a tad bit discouraged by the NOT FOR MAC reviews. I don't have a mac, but a windows 7 pc. This is my first tablet and so far, I have to say that I'm loving it! The pressure sensitivity is a plus. I didn't think I'd need it but it helped out alot. o.o I'm an art college student.
Summary: I agree with John, this tablet does not work with MAC. The installation hangs & does not finish properly.The cursor moves on the screen but does not allow any functions. Totally useless & a waste of money.