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    Question Drawing Tablet?

    Was wondering if anyone knows of or uses a good drawing tablet for windows? Where you got it from and how mush it cost would also be helpful?
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    Wacom
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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    I just got my hands on a wacom bamboo, its the small, but as made my shop experience all the better, $89.99
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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    I have the Wacom Intuit 4, and depending on your need and budget, it's the best. I have the largest one, and I think it was $699 about 2 years ago. (it's probably less money now).

    It is hard to learn at first (all tablets), but once you learn to use it, you will never touch a mouse again. (I don't even have one on my desk).

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    I agree with the previous postings, it is Wacom that rules. I have the same as Bennie (Intuos 4.Large). It is a bit awkward at first if youŽve spent years with the mouse but youŽll soon get the hang of it.

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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    +1, wacom are the best.

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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    Wacom works. I have it and so far have been amazing.

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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    the easiest advice for the guy looking for a car is:get mercedes;-)
    there are numerous alternatives on the market, for the people that can't afford wacom.
    i got mine from the far east online shop and it is 15x21cm active area drawing tablet
    working great on my win7 in artrage and coreldraw.
    yes i have tried wacom too, there's just slight diffrence, but for mine i payed 70 usd.
    there's another alternative that i use more than often-it is pen shaped mouse that is
    sometimes more convinient than tablet.
    i got it for 20usd, genius sells them for something like 50usd.
    btw, my razer mamba is still second to none...

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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    I've got the Genius i608. It was in budget and a decent size. It's not too bad but having experience with a Wacom Bamboo as well, i'd say in terms of quality the Bamboo does have an edge. If you're willing to pay a lil' bit more for fairly better quality and a smaller area then go for it. (:

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    Re: Drawing Tablet?

    for me. I choose WACOM tooo...

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