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|07-23-2006, 08:43 PM||#1|
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Wacom Graphire4 6*8 Pen Tablet
Have you ever been tempted to give a pen tablet a try, but were worried about the cost or the fact of getting used to the new control? I am taking a fresh look at the Graphire4, which is easy to do since this is the first time I've used one.
Read the review here!
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|07-24-2006, 09:58 AM||#2|
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Great review. ^^ See, for working on detailed things nothing beats using a tablet. Its just like writing on paper, and the precision you get with the pen is far more refined than with a mouse. I'd recommend the wacom line to anyone, beginner to advanced, they are really great tools to work with.
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