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If you want to use it for producing digital artwork in a graphics program, then the Bamboo will be an excellent choice. The widescreen 3.7 x 5.8 inch active area will mean that your pen strokes will be transfered to the screen with 512 levels of pressure sensitivity pin point accuracy. Add to this the ability to use the built in Wacom “Touch Ring” to scroll and zoom in and out of images and you will soon be creating masterpieces along with the thousands of other Wacom Bamboo users.
The Wacom Bamboo also houses 4 programable function keys that can be assigned to macros, menu items or mouse functions. This will help you speed through your application and will make creating digital art a breeze.
The Wacom Bamboo is also an excellent USB graphics tablet for taking with you to work, school or college for taking notes, annotating documents or even simply signing your emails. Designed with Windows Vista in mind, but also supporting Windows XP and Mac OS X, the Wacom Bamboo tablet is reinventing the pen for the 21st century.
The tablet connects to your computer via a standard USB connection and is supplied with a driver CD for Windows and Mac computers. Also included is a CD containing an application suite for Windows computers as well as a detailed manual instructing you how to use your new tablet.
If this is your first tablet, then you cannot go wrong with the excellent low price, the great specification and the ease of use.
|Includes Wacom 3D Mouse||No|
|Supprts left and right handed users||Yes|
|Active Area Size (inches)||3.7 x 5.8|
|Physical dimensions (inches)||7.875 x 7.25 x .5|
|Pressure sensitivity levels||512|
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