Liège, Liège, Belgium
Mar 25 13 03:59 am Link
Palm Springs, California, US
so true !!
Mar 31 13 03:42 pm Link
Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
Oscar Partida wrote:
Something you may want to try as long as you're not a die hard tablet user that has to have the tablet surface feel like paper.
Mar 31 13 04:18 pm Link
New York, New York, US
I know it has been in discussion for a little while but an actual mobile cintiq in the 13 inch range would be perfect.....or, at the very least....one that only uses 1 cable to connect (without all the additional hardware) AND doesn't require you to shut your computer down when disconnecting.
Apr 01 13 09:44 pm Link
London, England, United Kingdom
I previously said that I don't use for the tablet buttons, but there are two that I occasionally use, which are set for Alt/Opt and the Hand tool. Sometimes I use them for a minute or so when I start to get a strain from long, repetitive work. It means I can keep working without having to stop to rest and loosen up my hand and wrist.
Apr 01 13 11:28 pm Link
Roanoke, Virginia, US
Has anyone tried one of these from Monoprice? I haven't used a pad before and heard some good things about these. I bought one as an inexpensive way to try my hand at it and just got it last week. So far, just doodling with it, it does what they claim...
http://www.monoprice.com/products/subde … ccessories
Apr 04 13 05:55 am Link
Hewlett, New York, US
Liquid Lace Studios wrote:
You may want to look at this protector:http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wacom-Intuos-5-Touch-Large-Pen-Tablet-Surface-Cover-/180972816072?pt=US_Graphics_Tablets_Boards_Pens&hash=item2a22d206c8
Apr 04 13 08:20 am Link