Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics Tablet

September 11, 2013 - Comment

Product Features Connectivity technology: Wired Device interface: USB Aspect ratio: Unspecified Working area: 147 x 92 mm Maximum working area (WxD): –

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Product Features

  • Connectivity technology: Wired
  • Device interface: USB
  • Aspect ratio: Unspecified
  • Working area: 147 x 92 mm
  • Maximum working area (WxD): –

Comments

jsm999 says:

Good value, easy to use I’ve been using a Wacom Intuos pen/tablet on my desktop computer for several years now, and no longer use a mouse at all, for anything. When I bought a Macbook, I really missed my tablet; the Macbook trackpad is OK, but nothing like as precise and (to me) intuitive as the pen and tablet, and no way could I go back to a clumsy and awkward mouse. So after some research, I decided to give the Wacom Bamboo Pen tablet a try. Installation was very easy indeed – plug it in, run the installation disk, and from then on, it just works. I have customised the settings a little, e.g. to set the button on the pen to a right mouse hover click, and it is worth investigating the different settings to find the arrangement that best suits you. Compared to my Intuos tablet, the Bamboo is only a little less precise, a little less pressure sensitive, and I’m quite satisfied with its performance. It does have a scratchier feel when drawing/writing – personally I prefer the smoother feel of the Intuos…

Roy A A says:

Wireless Incompatibilty I’ve used Wacom tablets in the past and this one has some welcome extras e.g. handwriting and highlighting in Office Applications – excellent. The tablet does all that I expected.The length of the USB cable though is a gripe. It’s almost certain that you will need a USB extension if you are using other than a laptop.The one serious flaw in the description of the tablet is that the suggested Wireless Accessory Kit is definitely not compatible with this particular tablet. I’ve been on to Wacom about this and after first insisting that the kit would work with any Wacom Tablet they conceded that no, it didn’t for this model. Perhaps Amazon need to include this in the description?So, if you are defintely looking for wireless connectivity, don’t go for this model!

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