The latest in Wacom's range of graphics tablets is the stylish and compact Bamboo model, which in addition to assisting with hand-written notes and memos, is also designed to replace the more standard-issue mouse. Wacom Bamboo tablet Wacom's Bamboo: at 20 x 18.6 x 1.07cm, it doesn't take up much space This ultra-light, …
Not cased in bamboo...
... thank goodness! Saving us the wasted resources of all the whiners on here.
does that pen holder attach
to the main unit? if no they will both disappear down the back of the desk in no time at all.
Surely a tablet encased in bamboo would be more friendly to the environment than one cased in plastic; bamboo grows back much quicker than plastic.
Replacement for Intuos?
This isn't the successor of the intuos. The intuos has many more features (tilt, rotational sensitivity, support for different types of pens etc.), and is meant for more serious gaphical work. This is a much simpler model to tempt more casual users, more on par with the graphire line than the intuos.
"if no they will both disappear down the back of the desk in no time at all."
Is it too simple of me to suggest that you simply retrieve them when this happens? I could think of a number of electronic devices that fall down the back of desks... what a strange thing to point out.
No DPI figure, no linux report, no rho/phi and force-metrics, no flossing the pen for retrieval?
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