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Ugee M708 with 8 ExpressKey 10 x 6 Inches Graphics Drawing Pen Tablet -Black

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  • Efficiently and professionally edit photos and create digital artwork within a natural feel of pen on paper
  • Compatible with creative software - Adobe Photoshop Elements 10, Autodesk Sketchbook Express, Art rage 3 Studio, Manga Studio, SAI, AI and Krita and so on
  • 8 user-defined shortcutss, which could be used as hot keys or to open programs or website
  • Compact drawing surface with 10 x 6 Inches Large Active Area
  • 2048 levels of pen pen pressure sensitivity in both pen tip and eraser(AAA Battery Needed)

Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 35.8 x 21 x 0.8 cm ; 576 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.3 Kg
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  • Item model number: M708
  • ASIN: B00J3FHV4Q
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 May 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 39,868 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Professional Level
Large active area of 10" x 6", 5080LPI, 230RPS and 2048level pressure sensitivity provide efficient performance with user's inspiration.
Efficiently Configure Your Art Work
Its eight configurable Express Keys put your favorite functions at your fingertips-add, minus, adjusting brush, hand tools, eraser functions.Moreover, you can personalize your tablet and create effective shortcuts as you work. This slim, reversible tablet is made for both right- and left-handed users. Settings for right-handed or left-handed users
M708 supports right-handed and left-handed setting to meet different user's habits, to express yourself naturally.
Compatibility Information
The M708 Creative Pen & Touch Tablet is compatible with Windows Vista, 8, and 7 (32- or 64-bit), and with Mac OS X 10.4 or above. The tablet connects to your computer via USB.
Driver Installation
Uninstall all the other tablet drivers on your computer, restart your computer and then follow the steps below:
1. Get the installation package from the disc or download from the official website.http://ugee.net/download.asp;
2. Extract the tablet and unzip the installation package, find the 'setup.exe' driver;
3. Before installing, please make sure the tablet has connected to the computer;
4. When installing the driver, please do not change the installation directory and install the driver in C drive;
5. When you have finished the installation process, please restart the computer. Once the tablet has been distinguished, a little blue icon will show up in the lower right corner;
6. Open the driver icon, start to take the pressure test. If it is normal, then the driver has been installed correctly.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 24 July 2014
Colour Name: Black
Length: 3:17 Mins
Note the maker provided me with a review sample, no attempt was made to influence my review

The Ugee M708 is a good sized 10x6" drawing tablet set which comes with a pen holder, extra tips, software/driver CD and a micro USB to normal USB lead. The feel of the unit overall is very good, solid build quality with well made panels. The main tablet has a bank of 8 customisable buttons on the left hand side, all of which can be user set to copy, delete, zoom in and out, undo etc etc. The pen requires a single AAA cell (you have to provide your own), simply unscrew the top to fit one. Set-up is very straight forward install the driver and software and you can customise the buttons on the tablet bank, the settings for the pen, pressure, the area of use on the tablet even gestures are supported with this set. Once set up the tablet responds well with excellent accuracy and touch pressure sensitivity.

You do get some bundled software in the package including a surprisingly good sketching program, as well as a few demo suites. The device is designed with many well known industry standard applications such as Illustrator and Photoshop, I tested it using Paint Shop Pro and Gimp and it worked just fine without any issues to report. There are a lot of uses for Tablets like the M708 I don't do artwork myself or drawing, but it's also a powerful tool to use for photo editing and re-touching too.

Graphics tablets can range in price hugely from the ultra bargain segment up to professional grade which can cost hundreds and possibly thousands. Taking into account the price of the Ugeee, it's good accuracy and performance, and the bundled items it's something of a bargain and very competitive in this segment.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stella TOP 500 REVIEWER on 16 July 2014
Colour Name: Black
I never thought I'd hear myself say this about anything other than Wacom, but...I love this tablet. Really impressed.

I've used Wacom for many years but this Ugee is serious competition for them. Price-wise you get much more for your money and it's a pleasure to work with.

Set up no problem at all on my Win8 machine once the drivers were loaded from the CD (didn't even have to uninstall the Bamboo) and I was off and away. The settings menu is placed on the taskbar and its easy to customise how it functions and I especially liked the nifty keyboard icon installed on the taskbar too. This keyboard shortcut can be set up to either keyboard, numberpad or both. Love that!

If you don't install the drivers first (not sure why you wouldn't, but whatever) you can still use the tablet as a regular mouse and it has all the point and click actions, although you'd probably need the drivers to set up the scroll function. Set up as a mouse it's a regular plug 'n play setup.

It's a large working area and is sensitive right up to the edges if needed and it's easily set up for either left or right handed use. The pen is a bit chunkier than I'm used to and the added weight from the AAA battery was noticeable at first but very quickly all that faded away as soon as I started to test it out. It's wonderfully sensitive and gives great results even from the very barest of touches. It's very responsive.

The pre programmed keys are a very nice addition. I use my tablets with Photoshop and it was great to have all my actions already programmed in to the buttons. Zoom In/Out, Erase, Brush, Delete, etc. Very handy, although I'll have to put little stickers on the buttons until I get used to the functions as I'm not used to them yet.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Martin Turner HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 July 2014
Colour Name: Black
The M708 is a large pressure sensitive graphics tablet that works well with Photoshop, Illustrator and Corel Painter under Mac OS Mavericks, and provides an attractively priced alternative to the Wacom Intuos Pro.

Over the years I've worked with every level of Wacom tablets from Grafires and Bamboos through Intuos, Intuos Pro and the enormous Cintiq 21 UX. I've always been satisfied with them, but have been troubled by the big price hike when you move up from the A6 size to A5 or larger. Ugee asked me to take a look at their M708, and I'm glad that I did.

I installed this on Mac OS Mavericks without much difficulty. The device comes with a CD, but as my Mac doesn't have a CD player, I downloaded the drivers, which installed without having to reboot, and without having to unplug my Wacom tablet. You can actually use the Ugee at the same time as a Wacom, and, of course, with a mouse or trackpad.

The first thing I noticed compared to my A6+ Wacom Intuos is that double the amount of tablet space really does make it a lot easier to work, especially when using a Thunderbolt monitor alongside the MacBook Pro's own monitor. The feel isn't quite the same as a Wacom. The Ugee takes a battery (more on that later) and is a fatter pen, so the experience is chunkier. This isn't a good or bad thing, just a difference.

On Illustrator, Photoshop and Corel Painter, I found it performed just as well as the Wacoms do. Subject to setting it up right, Corel Painter gives you a very refined pen control. The Ugee is pressure sensitive, but not tilt sensitive like the Wacom Intuos Pro. I have to say that I never actually got anything out of tilt sensitivity when using the high-end Wacoms, but I also didn't use the airbrush pen.
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