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Old 01-04-2011   #21
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OK. I'v been using it for a week. Still keep reaching for the mouse by instinct. Learning the art of choosing the right tool for the job. Took some searching to find all the adjustments for the pen in PH so I can control the brush better. I think I have it set the way I like it. Lite strokes give me tight thin lines and a bit more pressure enlarges the stroke and the flow. Works great. I Would recommend this for anyone on a budget.

Hope this helps someone else make the jump into the tablet and pen world.
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Old 01-20-2011   #22
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To tell you the truth I have both a Waccom and a no-name brand tablet at home. I recently lost my special pen for the Waccom so I've been forced to digitally paint with the cheaper one. Tell you the truth I really don't notice much difference in both product except for the glide on the surface. Other than that, it's just a tool.
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I have the small Wacom version and love it! For photos and other programs it is 1000X better than any mouse I have ever used. Plus, it gives my wrist a break from the mouse....


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