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    Wacoms

    What up, I'm new at this, I've never had 1....which one should I buy? Anymore info would be appreciated, thanks!

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    Over ninety posts and you still haven't figured out the search function?


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    ^Yup. The search function actually works on this forum (homg).

    Basically, the only brand of tablets that can be relied on is Wacom. You just have to decide which range and size suits you.

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    You wont regret the intous 3

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    I hear there's lags on wacoms, you sure intuous 3 won't lag at all?

    Thanks for the feedback!

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    buy what you can afford now, and when you become rich and famous buy a 50 inch, high def, flat panel, plasma, screen tablet.

    J.L. ALFARO


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    You ain't serious, lol

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    i just bought my intuos3 and it works awsome.bought a 6x11 for dual screen. it was easy to load up and everything i found it very user friendly and i never worked with computer art before. i strongly suggest picking one up

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    Thanks, sez!

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