Re: Drawing tool

Subject: Re: Drawing tool
From: William Gaffga <WilG -at- GibbsCAM -dot- com>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 10:12:34 -0800

Wacom is def'ly the leader of the pack - I recommend the 6x8" Graphire.
Adesso is a fine brand as well. I've tried 2 models from Aiptek (quite a
while back) and found them wanting but you can get an 8x10 for about $120.

One bit of advice, skip the little 4x5" pads ... they are a bit
restricting. Get a budget for a slightly larger pad. That may mean you
need to be sure this is a move you want to make.


Kevin wrote:
> Does anybody recommend a brand _other_ than Wacom for pen-and-digitizer
> tablet input devices? Or are they pretty much the standard for ordinary
> folk?
> Advice? Tips, tricks, gotchas?

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