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Wacom Bamboo One Graphics Tablet
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- A6 pen tablet in 4:3 format with integrated pen rest
- Cordless battery-free pen with 2 customizable buttons
- 512 pressure levels to support pressure sensitive tools in painting/photo applications
- Support of Mac and PC
- Microsoft certification "Works with Vista"
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Interacting with your computer doesn´t have to be boring. It can be exciting and fun. Bamboo One is your gateway to the pen tablet experience. Discover new, fascinating ways of being creative and working with your computer. And with a high-quality finish and easy to use, intuitive concept, jumping into the world of Bamboo is as simple as picking up a pen.
Interacting with your computer doesn't have to be boring and complicated. It can be exciting and fun.
Bamboo One is your gateway to the pen tablet experience it's a simpler, more intuitive and exciting way to interact with your computer.
But it doesn't end there. Bamboo One offers you a whole new experience at your fingertips. Enjoy adding a personal touch to the pictures, drawings, collages, letters or emails you create. Share what you create with your friends and colleagues and see what a difference adding your own signature style makes.
Explore how using a pen not only simplifies functions, but also makes expressing your thoughts, feelings and personality in your documents more fun and exciting.
All of this comes in a high-quality finish with an extremely easy to use, intuitive concept.
Plus, it couldn't be simpler. Both to install and to familiarise yourself with. Because nothing is more natural in feel than the stroke of a pen. And nothing is more exciting than taking your first step and starting to express yourself.See all Product description
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It's well packaged and my daughter installed it herself, having no problems at all using the Vista drivers that Windows found. She got to grips with it very quickly and has found it to be a huge improvement over using a mouse to edit photographs, particularly when trying to cut images out of a photo. The pad seems robust, as does the pen, and she's not had any problems with the surface that some other reviewers mentioned.
We liked this so much that we've bought another one for her friend who's got a big birthday coming and who's also a budding artist. It's an excellent buy for the money and so far we haven't discovered any downsides apart from that it doesn't have a storage case to keep it safe when it's not in use.
I'm also impressed by Windows Vista's support for pens and tablets - Windows Journal, Onenote, annotations on Word etc. etc. And it's fun to use on Windows Live/MSN Messenger when chatting with friends and family.
Plug and play will work as a mouse but the included software will give full pressure sensitivity...used on Windows and Linux.
I'm using Linux, and expected to have to do a few tweaks to make it work, so I'm quite chuffed by that. (I'm using a version of Linux called Mint.)
It even supports desktop switching with Compiz using the pen button!
Configuring gimp (image editing application) took 10 seconds, as "Wacom Bamboo One" appeared in its list of input devices, and I now have a pressure sensitive drawing tablet. All very quick and easy. I'm impressed.
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