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Trust Flex Ultra-Thin Design 6 x 4.6 inch Tablet with Ergonomic Wireless Pen

by Trust
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RRP: £30.99
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  • Paper thin design with anti-skid bottom for a comfortable and ergonomic position of your hand
  • Small, lightweight and energy efficient design: ideal for mobile users
  • Including ergonomic wireless 3 button pen with 1024 step pressure sensitivity
  • Advanced software for drawing and editing pictures included
  • Fully supports Windows 7 and Vista advanced tablet functions, such as pen pressure sensitivity, and converting handwriting into digital text
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Technical Details
BrandTrust
Item Weight222 g
Product Dimensions7.4 x 19 x 19.5 cm
Batteries:1 AAA batteries required. (included)
Item model number16937
Lithium Battery Energy Content0.1 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
  
Additional Information
ASINB003MG11AM
Best Sellers Rank 632 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight540 g
Date First Available13 July 2010
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Are you creative and do you like to use digital, graphic tools? Then Trust has a range of graphics tablet for you with enhancements which allow you to show off your creative skills.

Trust's tablet range makes it easy for you to use graphical programs. The range of Trust graphic tablets are designed for left and right handed users - making them a superb product for all the family to use. Begin adding your own personal touch to many different features on your computer from letter writing, picture editing, and simple sketching or just for having fun doodling.

Stylus Pen

This Trust graphic tablet comes with an ergonomic wireless, 3 button stylus pen with 1024 step pressure sensitivity. The pen can be used either left or right handed so can easily be shared by the whole family. The Flex Design Tablet will come with 2 pen tips and a pen tip removal tool to make sure that even after excessive use you get the best performance from your tablet.

Artweaver Software

The range of Trust graphic tablets comes with editing software called Artweaver. Artweaver is a painting program which is suitable for beginners but also suitable for advanced users. You can record all your steps and replay them afterwards or provide them to other users. Also there are many tools and features like layers and effect filter. Artweaver has an intuitive and easy to use program window. But you can also adjust it to your own needs. For example free arrangement and docking of palettes. Artweaver includes a big number of predefined brushes. But you can also configure each brush individually or create new custom brushes.


Design
  • Paper Thin design with anti-skid bottom
  • Small, lightweight and energy efficient
  • Flexible
Compatibility
  • Fully supports windows 7, windows 8 & Vista advanced tablet functions, such as pen pressure sensitivity, and converting handwriting into digital text
  • Suitable for Left and right hand users
  • Dual Monitor supported
  • Widescreen supported
  • Supports Adobe CS3, CS4, CS5 and CS6
Stylus Pen
  • Ergonomic wireless 3 button stylus pen
  • 1024 pressure sensitivity
  • 2 spare pen tips
  • Pen tip removal tool
  • AAA batteries included
Artweaver Software included
  • Support for many file formats like AWD (Artweaver), BMP, GIF, JPEG, PCX, TGA, TIFF, PNG and PSD (incl. layers)
  • Transparency, layers and layer groups
  • Many effect filters like sharpen, blur, emboss and mosaic
  • Expandable by Plug-In modules (Artweaver standard)
  • Support for many languages through language files

Product Details
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What to expect? Ultra thin flexible graphic tablet with wireless pen Thin creative tablet with large widescreen working space Ultra thin (5 mm) pen tablet with big 30cm working space and high 4000 lpi resolution, for comfortable and accurate drawing Professional tablet with 204 x 127 mm working space for the most demanding designers who design, illustrate, animate and edit pictures and videos
Features
Size 155x120mm 255x160mm 254x152mm 204x127mm
Resolution (LPI) 2000 2000 4000 4000
Suitable for left and right hand users
Profile Storage: Store ready-to-play profiles 1 3 5
Integrated pen storage
Cradle for pen
Graphic pen without batteries
Graphic pen with batteries
Pressure sensitive
Tilt sensitive
Programmable Soft Buttons 21 8
Extra Flexible / anti-skid bottom Trace sheet included / widescreen size
Pressure Levels Sensitivity 1024 1024 2048 2048
Dual monitor supported
Widescreen supported
Included software Artweaver Artweaver Artweaver Artweaver

Box Contains

Tablet
Pen
2x spare pen tips
Pen-tip removal tool
USB cable
1x AAA battery
CD-ROM with software
User's guide

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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Oakley on 8 Dec 2011
This is a Waltop-based tablet, so Ubuntu Linux 10.04 detected the tablet as soon as it was plugged in and it worked immediately for basic point-and-click functionality. To install hover and pressure sensitivity, just install the Wizardpen suite from Martin Owen's Launchpad PPA. Look up TabletSetupWizardpen on the Ubuntu Community Documentation, and remember to use the PPA (Method 1 in the community documentation; skip the long-winded Method 2 about building from source). For simple programs which don't support pressure sensitivity, such as Tux Paint, there is nothing more to do. How easy was that? For more serious drawing programs such as MTPaint or GIMP, you'll need to also configure pressure sensitivity within each of those specific programs. For GIMP use Edit - Preferences - Input Devices, set the tablet to Enabled and check that Pressure is assigned as axis 3. You can then assign pressure to tools such as the paintbrush in the tools window by opening up the Brush Dynamics section.

Hardware-wise this seems like a reasonably durable piece of kit and I have no qualms about giving it to my 5-year-old daughter as a Christmas present for Tux Paint sessions on her Linux netbook. You wouldn't want it rattling around a school bag loose, but you could happily place it in just a cheap neoprene case and expect it to survive in a suitcase or school bag. A 1-metre USB cord is supplied and is detachable, it's a standard type A plug to MicroUSB plug so you could easily replace the cord with a longer one or use a standard USB extension cable. The tablet is 5mm thick rubber sponge mousemat material with a matt wipe-clean plastic surface.
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93 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Sam B on 21 Mar 2011
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So yeah, as a first tablet I wasn't hoping or expecting much, and was really looking to try one out rather than take the thing seriously..

The good:
Well, it's flexible - A bonus as it goes in my Uni bag without cracking or being too bulky.
It's aapparently beer proof! Had a friend spill a pint over it and as long as it doesn't hit the main metal cover it's all dandy after a wipe - Great bit of kit!
It's small, and light. VERY portable, just what I wanted!
It's precise! Every stroke is spot on and after an hour of messing I feel completely at home with it!

The Bad:
Not alot really, still on the first battery, first nib, etc.. nothing's had to be replaced or tampered with so everything's fine for me! On occasion the touch-click doesn't work for 5-6 secs, but I believe thats an issue with my laptop as it doesn't do it on anything else but either way it's extremely rare.

Overall:
Graphic artist? Birthday present? Young or old, it's fit for everyone and after taking it to my lectures a few times, everyone now has one and it's great for my Games Development course - I have to say it's completely replaed my mouse and even if I wasn't doing a tech course, I'd still use it over a mouse now I've got it to compare them to!

*Although, gamers will still want to keep hold of a mouse for FPS, etc.. For RTS games (Command & Conquer style) this thing rocks!
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79 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Brown Eyes on 22 Feb 2011
After wanting a graphics tablet for a while I finally decided to buy this tablet by Trust as it was a very good price and had good reviews. When I received the tablet in the post (which arrived on time) I set it up on my computer straight away to have a go. It comes with a piece of design software called Artweaver which I haven't actually used yet, i just had a little look at the features :) At first I found drawing on the pad quite difficult to use, but after 15 mins of messing around i started to get more used to it. I have to admit I gave up trying to draw after about half an hour but when i started using it again later that evening i really started to get into it and it became so much easier! I've had it for about a week now, and i'm in the middle of a drawing at this very moment! You don't need to lean on a hard surface; i'm lying on my bed and i'm finding it very easy to draw :) I've taught myself how to draw eyes and noses and right now i'm trying to perfect shading :D not gonna lie, it's looking good haha. I'm a graphics kinda person and i'm pretty good on computers but i'm so bad a drawing! so this is really helping me! I'm using free design software called SmoothDraw which is great! It even recognises that i'm using a graphics tablet and i can set the pressure scale etc. If you do want a graphics tablet i would recommend getting used to a piece of graphics software as it helps to know all the different features. For example, I've only just found out how to use layers on SmoothDraw which is a great feature.
Since I am a really bad drawer and I've been creating great drawings within 1 week, i'd have to say this is a great graphics tablet! I feel like an artist! There are no flaws! The size is fine because I zoom into my drawings anyway and I think if the drawing area was larger then it would be harder to use.
I hope this review is helpful! You really can't go wrong with the product, just don't give up if you find it difficult!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Luna on 19 Mar 2013
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This flexible tablet is one of the cheapest design tablets around. It's great for many things, such as writing forms, writing maths on your computer, and of course, drawing with programs like PaintTool SAI or Adobe Photoshop. It is very portable, easy to carry around. The precision of this tablet obviously isn't top notch, but very satisfactory for its price. You can easily do some very nice art projects with it, and it is a great choice for beginners or enthusiasts that are afraid to spend a load of money on a more serious and expensive tablet.

RECOMMENDED IF:
- You're looking for a cheap tablet to get the feel of it and draw for fun;
- You need to do tasks that require a moderate level of precision;
- You would like to try a replacement to the traditional mouse or touch pad;
- You want to hand write forms on your computer, schemes or maths (great for students);
NOT RECOMMENDED IF:
- You have trouble holding a pen in your hand steadily;
- You are looking for something to do a serious precision work (pro artist, designer, etc.);
- If you are looking for speed rather than accuracy;

If you are a beginner artist, I recommend you to look for PaintTool SAI to use with this tablet, as it is easy to learn and powerful. If you are a student, I recommend using this tablet with Microsoft's OneNote (very useful for taking class notes). This tablet can also be used to play simple games such as "Angry Birds", "Cut the Rope" and "Where's my Water?", being that it works great at this type of games.
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