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Description The Interactive Pen Display PL-720 has been designed for those who want to combine the advantage of a pen tablet with a high-quality LCD display - to boost productivity and ergonomics at the workplace... more

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Description The Bamboo Stylus alpha is an affordable stylus that allows you to write, doodle or navigate on the iPad and other touchscreen devices as easily and naturally as with a regular pen on paper. This natu... more

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Description The second generation Bamboo Stylus solo gives you the most authentic pen-like experience on touchscreens. Whether you write, doodle or navigate: it feels just natural. That is because of its perfect ... more

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Review of Wacom Graphire3 Studio - digitizer, stylus


“Wacom Graphire3 Studio”

published 09/02/2007

Great software bundle, handles well

Possible installation glitches

...Graphics tablets used to be the domain of professional artists and had high prices to match. One company, Wacom, above all others has helped promote the graphics tablet as a tool whilst reducing the prices to more consumer friendly levels. Wacom now produce a range of solutions to suit different markets and pockets. This review will centre on the Graphire 3 Studio which I bought some time ago but...

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Review of Wacom Graphire 2 - A6 Tablet


Good for intricate work on pictures/artwork

Mouse a bit fiddly to use.

...when I'd seen them magazines, but now seeing them "in the flesh" the prospect looked even more inviting. There were several out on display and the neatest one that would fit easily on my desk was the Wacom Graphire 3, priced just over £70. "That's a lot for my birthday present," says I, "do you want me to pay something towards it?" "I'll get it," came the answer. Well it was expected really. It...

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Review of Wacom Bamboo - digitizer, stylus


512 levels of pressure sensitivity, paper-like feel, 4 function buttons, zoom-wheel, eraser pen-tip

You may have to polish the shiny function buttons to keep them shiny

...This wonderful little graphics tablet is the perfect consumer-level option. Whilst Wacom certainly do make tablets that are far, far better than this (the Cintiq, and Intuos, for instance), the upgrades on these will be useful only for high-end professionals. This does not mean that the Bamboo is only for the amateur doodler, however - it just means that unless you're a professional architect...

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