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Nisis Easypen G3 USB Graphics Tablet (6" Active Area) inc Cordless Mouse & Pen

* Active Area: 6" (15.2cm) x 4.5" (11.4cm)
* Physical Size: 9.2" (23.4cm) x 9.1" (23.2cm) x 0.4" (1cm)
* Power Consumption: 0.2 Watts (40mA)
* Weight: 400gm (with cable)
* Resolution maximum: 3048 lpi/120 lpmm
* Accuracy (overall with pen): 0.42mm
* Cable Length: 1.5m
* Batteries required in pen & mouse: 1 x AAA each
* Pen current consumption: 0.08mA (about 12 months per battery)
* Mouse current consumption: 0.08mA (about 12 months per battery)
* Maximum Pressure levels: 512

ex vat: £7.99
inc vat: £9.39 (collect instore, Bolton)

or £15.25 Delivered

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Looks a cracking deal.

Mac compatible?
as in image below but the mouse and pen are in white
I bought this years ago, used it a few times before it became a cup of tea coster lol

Bag of crap if you are looking for something to actually work with, but OK if you are just after a 'toy'.
Yeah, having checked the reviews on Amazon it seems woeful, shame.
If you're really after a graphics tablet and you're willing to pay good money then I can highly recommend the Wacom ones. I have an A5 Graphire4 and it's been great. It does come in at about £120 for the Classic version but the A6 Classic version can be had for about £60 from Amazon.
amazing price! Voted hot.... may consider getting one..... 'mac compatible too?
' hehe.... i'll look it up. :) Thanks!
Stongly recommend a Wacom - thats what the pro's use ;) You need to spend a bit more for one of those tho :(
Wacoms are great as they don't need batteries, but they are far more expensive.

If you want a reasonable graphics pad for a bit of play, Aldi have one in about every six months, a Tevion similar to this but BIG. £25 for an A4 pad is a bargain.
Stongly recommend a Wacom - thats what the pro's use ;)(

I know :whistling:

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