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Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch Graphics Tablet by Wacom
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4.0 out of 5 stars Un-decided opinion, 4 Nov 2012
The set-up was very easy and the tutorials were a nice feature on the disc which helped me get started.
I have to say it's very fun to use, but at the moment I am not sure whether a mouse is actually better, I feel like I can go faster on my mouse as it has sensitivity settings. But when using creative software the pen wins over the mouse for drawing however I also find when using a mouse it is a lot easier to switch to my keyboard to type or perform short-cut commands rather than using the mouse and having to pick it up again and re adjusting it in my hand. It is a lot easier to perform tasks using the mouse and keyboard combined whereas with the pen you are fully committed to only… Read more
HP 364 Print Cartridge Combo Pack - (1 x Black, Ye&hellip by HP
5.0 out of 5 stars It works..., 3 Nov 2012
I can't say much about the quality of the ink... not exactly my speciality however what I can say is that the ink works in my HP Photo-smart B110 series Printer which uses these 364 cartridges. I would say that it is quite a good deal for 20 odd to be able to have ink levels back to full.
"Bouncers" and "Shakers" by John Godber
"Bouncers" and "Shakers" by John Godber
Possibly a bit hard to follow however I liked it, I would like to compare it to 'An Inspector calls' as they both make a comment on society however I prefer 'An Inspector Calls' because I believe it does it better through better methods such as foreshadowing. Bouncers however does have a comic aspect to it which is not present in 'An Inspector Calls', but for a reason, Bouncers has a funny tone to it but also has an underlining sense of seriousness which makes it an interesting read.