Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by dirteemac, Dec 10, 2006.
Is this a good one?
It's too big, really? That's a medium sized one. I don't want it to be too small.
My physics teacher uses that one.
He can't draw a straight line for shit.
I DON'T KNOW THAT'S WHY I'M ASKIN'!!!
i have an intuos 6x8 and i love it.. awesome product.
IBM PC or compatible with 80486 processor or above
64 MB RAM
128 MB free hard disk space
Maybe I'll get that then.
dammit... people keep convincing me to buy more stuff!!!
Wacom makes two lines...the Graphire and the Intuos. The Graphire is meant for home and casual users and the Intuos is meant for the professional. Since the Graphire isn't considered a professional instrument, it can be acquired for quite a bit less money than an Intuos tablet of the same size. The primary difference between the two has to do with pressure and movement sensitivity. If you're a pro, get and Intuos. Otherwise, a Graphire will work beautifully.
Requirements on the page are wrong. It comes with an Apple driver disk.
what do you guys plan on using this for?