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    Wink Guys , what do u think about this tablet

    Hey guys
    accualty , in my area , it's too hard to find a wacom tablet so , last night i found a tablet in my area which is ( NGS Slimpro ) Link and i want u guys to tell me what do u think about it , is it good for digital painting and can i make cool stuff with it
    and thank you


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    If you can get a good warranty, then give it a shot. I always thought Wacom had a patent on pressure sensitivity, but that may not be the case.

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    It's a tablet that you can buy under a lot of different names.
    I thought Aiptek got also this version, but I didn't find it.
    If you look through Amazon.com "Tablets" then you find a lot tablets that look exactly the same. Only another brand name

    HERE you can read some customer reviews.

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    thanks guys , it seems like it has 1 year warranty , and '' Silwynar " it's too hard for me to buy from amazon or from the internet

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    Of course I didn't want you to buy it from Amazon.
    I gave you the amazon link because there you could read customer reviews from the same tablet as you want to buy.
    The difference is only that there is another brand name on the tablet, the hardware is still the same.
    Then you can make yourself a picture whether this tablet fits to you or not.

    Greetings

    PS: Anyway I would try to save up money and then manage to somehow get a wacom tablet. Their quality is just better and you will get a lot less driver issues

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raoul Duke View Post
    If you can get a good warranty, then give it a shot. I always thought Wacom had a patent on pressure sensitivity, but that may not be the case.
    No the patent is on a stylus that doesn't use batteries. It uses electromagnetic induction. However, other tablets like Hanvon have learned to use the method too in a similar way.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_induction

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