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He wants to get this one: http://www.pixmania.com/fr/fr/373178...ue-bamboo.html
Mostly because thats about as much money as he's ready to spend on this, and considering he's upgrading from a mouse any tablet will be a great advance imo.
Yet I just wanted to make sure about the "& touch" part, can that function be problematic for digital painting in any way?
Also, the specs seem pretty good considering the price:
acive zone: 217 x 137 mm
pressure levels : 1024
That's basically what I have with my Intuos3 A5 which cost me twice as much, so is this bamboo fun really the bargain it seems?
Thanks for any info!
Last edited by SM; November 2nd, 2010 at 12:50 AM.
I just received mine, upgraded from a Graphire 3.
For the price, it's awesome. The surface is twice that of my old tablet and it feels I can be much more precise. The pressure levels work fine, I'm not serious enough to notice any difference from 512.
The touch function is just a glorified touchpad, doesn't seem very practical. It can be easily disabled, so no interference with painting. I expected to be able to use "pen mode" in touch (imagine an iPad), but you can't.
The size is a little bigger than I expected, but small enough to carry with a laptop.
Overall I'd say grab it.
Thank's a bunch, Frelont!