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Monoprice 8X6 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet
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- This precision tool of graphic artist illustrators and draftsmen allows you to gain precise control of your cursor to draw more accurately and efficiently
- Great for whiteboard demonstrations document annotation free hand illustration
- Easy to install easy to use and spectacular results
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The overview: Like i stated before, i'm new to the digital art thing, and seeing i couldn't use a mouse to do draw i decided to go with the tablet. If you're like me then a heads up, this is something to get use to so take the time to actually play with it and see how it works. For anyone looking into this tablet for anything but drawing i will try to be detailed on the specs. So bare with me here.
I have an ASUS R500V laptop with Windows 8 operating system.
-Cheap and affordable. Plus free shipping. This was highly suggested for me since i'm a beginner and it wouldn't be that much money lost if i didn't like it.
-This is a decently nice size tablet. A lot bigger than the picture showed. Sp hopefully you got the room.
- Update 9/24/13 Depending on what drawing program you use the calibration may be off. In my case its Fire Alpaca. If its not the program then it may be the Calibration problems. from the reviews on here i see i'm not the only one with this problem. The pointer, where i believe is the tip of the pen, goes to the area i want to draw on but seems to be drawing below it. Not a fun thing for an artists or anyone trying to make a precision line or write on in a certain area.
-Flismy pen. You really need to be delicate when putting in the battery(AAA for anyone who wanted to know) in, taking off the part to put in the battery and putting it back on once the battery in. They give give you two though and three replacement tips. But i warn you to be very VERY careful when handling the pen
-Trial programs. Which is cool, but have only thirty days to use it before they nag you to buy the full version.Read more ›
Granted I don't have much experience with tablets, but this tablet works great for the purpose for which I have put it to use. It is easy to set up and works very well as both a pointing device and drawing tool. It seems to have good sensitivity levels, though your mileage may vary (as my students would attest, I'm not exactly creating art with this thing).
I know others have had some difficulty with the stylus, particularly its fragility when inserting the battery, but I had no such problem. Just be careful when you put the battery in not to bend its metal retaining clip and you should be fine.
All in all, I highly recommend this tablet, especially for the budget-minded folks out there.
I suggest monoprice to everyone who is looking for a drawing tablet because the size is so much better for the price. They always work great too!
I also get the monoprice tablet pen and it's really worth it. It's a huge upgrade to the pen and it's much nicer.
Tablet doesn't light up when you plug it in, cursor doesn't move. The tablet won't light up continuously when you plug it in. The light will come on when you apply the pen to the tablet. If you aren't getting any cursor movement or light action, try bending the battery lead inside the pen to make better contact. The pen takes one AAA battery and I received two pens and two batteries.
No replacement nibs. I'm not sure where people were looking, but I got three replacements that were inside the cd envelope.
Also, this device absolutely does not and will not act *exactly* like a pen on paper. I think some people were expecting that and found the device very difficult to use. It also doesn't behave like a traditional mouse, but falls somewhere in between the two. The cursor will move if you are holding the pen slightly above the pad, but not actually touching it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you're looking for a cheap drawing tablet that works and will last, I really don't know what else you'd buy. Read morePublished 10 days ago by CocoaNut Cakery
I purchased this as a gift for my sister. Installed drivers on a 2014 Macbook pro as instructed. Did not work at all.
This user sold me a defective device. Read more
My needs for this tablet are simple & for 2 1/4 years, this thing has never let me down. The pen may not be quite as ergonomic as a much more expensive Wacom unit, but that's a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Old and in the way
Design more for the PC (windos) and not the mac. The package comes with a CD and most mac don't have one. I have to google the driver and download, install. Read morePublished 3 months ago by danny
Bought this somewhat on a whim as I've been wanting to get into drawing and had heard good things about these tablets. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. C. Price
I don't know if I'm being too hard by giving this tablet a 3, but it wasn't the greatest tablet ever. I've had mine for a little over a year and it no longer is functioning. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Emma
This product does not work with Mac OS Maverick (10.9.4). Even after installing the drivers and pen drivers the . Read morePublished 15 months ago by Adamosaur
My first Drawing Tablet. Works great and makes editing picture's with Photoshop much easier.Published 16 months ago by Rex Harrison
excellent, and works beautifully. I have waited to write on this item as I wanted to give it time to either be great or worthless because in editing photography (which was the... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Words are Journeys