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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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Basically, the only brand of tablets that can be relied on is Wacom. You just have to decide which range and size suits you.
You wont regret the intous 3
I hear there's lags on wacoms, you sure intuous 3 won't lag at all?
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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.
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You ain't serious, lol
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