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Tooya Pro Graphics Tablet

Tooya Pro Graphics Tablet Review For Mac and PC The Penpower Tooya Pro digital graphics tablet has some great features that you would expect from a more expensive manufacturer such as note taking, handwriting recognition and a 2000dpi screen that operates with 1024 levels of sensitivity. The active area of the tablet is 10 x […]

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Wacom Intuos4 Wireless

Wacom have now introduced another innovation to their already amazing product line of industry standard, flagship graphics tablets – the Intuos4 Wireless. This new model retains all of the same features and benefits as the other ‘wired” Intuos4 models, but now sports Bluetooth connectivity between the computer and itself. The tablet will work at a […]

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Aiptek Slim Graphics Tablet Review

There is an old adage that applies to many a purchase, whether electronic or not. “You get what you pay for” In the world of Graphics Tablets, there are many pretenders to the throne currently held by Wacom and the same adage applies to this industry too. Although some graphics tablets are cheaper, you don’t […]

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Wacom Bamboo Pen And Touch Review

The Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch is the latest consumer graphics tablet, designed to fit on your desktop and possibly take the place of your mouse. The main difference with this model is that the Bamboo Pen and Touch also allows you to use multi touch finger gestures as well as employ the cordless stylus […]

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Genius Pensketch USB 9×12

The Genius PenSketch 9×12 USB Graphics tablet is the latest device that has hit our review desk here at Graphics Tablet Reviews. This competent unit sits well with the range of other Genius tablets and input devices and will certainly not leave you wanting for extra features. The Pensketch tablet is pretty much as you […]

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Wacom Intuos4 Review

The Wacom Intuos4 range of graphics tablets are their current flagship model for the medium to serious home or professional user. The Intuos4 comes in 4 different sizes, Small, Medium, Large and XL (extra large) to suit all types of digital artist and also fit within an array of spending budgets. Great build quality. The […]

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Adesso CyberTablet 12000

Another maker of good and reasonably priced USB graphics tablets is Adesso. They currently make around 8 models which range from entry level products to professional tablets. They also provide an A4 style tablet for writing and recording notes which will be covered in a separate review. We will be looking at the Adesso CyberTablet […]

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Wacom Intuos3 Graphics Tablet Review

Although not the latest models being offered in the Wacom Intuos range of USB graphics tablets, the Intuos3 is still a great buy and you are not really losing out on any features or benefits from paying for the newer Intuos4 range either. The Wacom Intuos3 graphics tablet is ambidextrous and comes in 6 different […]

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