Good graphic performance.
Widely used by designer, artist, teacher, student, office people, sales guy, presenter, etc.
Enable you to paint, draw, sketch, sign, and mark up, write freehand e-mail and command the computer with a flip of the pen.
Suitable for watercolor painting, magazine illustrative painting, image editing, drawing, industrial package design, game/cartoon movie design, sketching, scenery creation, handwriting recognition.
Support a wide array of software, such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Photo Paint, LView Pro, Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia FreeHand, Macromedia Fireworks, Macromedia Flash, etc.
The 8.5" * 5.5" working area is comfortable for long-time users.
The tablet functions as the screen and its usable space can be adjusted by through a computer.
Applicable operating system includes Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/ Vista/WIN7 and MAC OSX 10.4 or above.
A cordless pen likes a real paint brush and it functions as the cursor.
System Requirements: Windows 2000/XP/ Vista/WIN7, MAC OSX 10.4 or above
Technology: Electromagnetic digitizer
Active area: 8.5" * 5.5"
Resolution: 4000LPI (Lines Per Inch)
Report rate: 200 RPS (Revolutions Per Second)
Pressure sensitivity: 2048 Levels
Reading height: 0.4"
Supply voltage: DC 5V
Input current: < 60 mA
Power consumption: 0.35W
Interface support: USB
USB cable length: 150cm
Pen power source: 1 * 1.5v AAA battery(not included)
Replaceable pen tip: Four
Tablet size: 31 * 20.7 * 1cm
Tablet weight: 515g
Package size: 37 * 29.5 * 5cm
Package weight: 990g
1 * Graphics Tablet
1 * Digital pen
1 * USB Cable
1 * Driver CD
1 * Pen Holder
4 * Pen Tips
1 * Pen Clip
1 * User Manual
This review is from: 10" Art Graphics Drawing Tablet Cordless Digital Pen for PC Laptop Computer
Pros: Its fairly easy to draw and write once you get the hang of it which surprised me.
Cons: Its really quirky. Its clicks randomly sometimes and occasionally (don't know how) minimizes the window you are working on. The cursor has a strange vibration to it that seems to get randomly worse at times making it impossible to draw a straight line. Also the pad seems to have developed an area which is hyper sensitive and draws when you are holding the pen over it without even touching it. I think the latter issue is due to the fact that the pad is just broken. However, I can't send it back because I need it for a class and it is still somewhat functional--so long as I avoid the sensitive spot.
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