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Wacom Bamboo A6 Wide Tablet / Stylus £34.99 @ Play

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Wacom Bamboo A6 Wide Tablet / Stylus
£34.99 (50% Savings - off RRP £69.99)

Another older model, but looks to have good reviews on Amazon, for a killer deal.

Details from Play:

Product Description: Wacom Bamboo digitizer, stylus
Device Type: Digitizer, stylus
Dimensions (WxDxH): 20 cm x 18.6 cm x 1.1 cm
Weight: 0.86 kg
Localisation: English
Connectivity Technology: Wired - USB
Movement Detection Technology: Electromagnetic
Movement Resolution: 2540 dpi
Accuracy: ± 0.5 mm
Features: Touch pad, programmable buttons, scrolling
Cables Included: 1 x USB cable - integrated
OS Required: Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Apple MacOS X 10.3.9 or later, Microsoft Windows Vista
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#1
I have this already, its a very good tablet especially at this price!
I really don't have any use all the fancy touch functions of the newer model, this one has a pen and that's all you really need.
#2
Compaired to an Intues3 this is soo poor, if you really want a Graphics Tablet i would avoid :thumbsup:
#3
An an intuos is also 5x the price, your point is?

for the price, its a good tablet.
#4
iDragon
An an intuos is also 5x the price, your point is?

for the price, its a good tablet.


Its not 5x the price depends if you can get it for Student price :p,Its good for people who havent got any other brands of tablets but when you tried a few (Like i have) it just feels so non-responsive my comment is to people "Seriouslly" wanting one i would hold off and get something else, but for people who think its ok and "May" buy one at this price its good for that!
#5
Brilliant little tablet and a bargain at this price. Looks much better than the new version. This model is now discontinued so grab while you can.
#6
gorskino10
Compaired to an Intues3 this is soo poor, if you really want a Graphics Tablet i would avoid :thumbsup:

you compare this to an Intuos 3 which is sold for £250+, higher in size A4 (comapred to A6). should be better at that price and size so your comment is pointless. if you find a better tablet at this price please help someone with useful advice, if not just do something more useful. maybe try a free online spelling tutorial, it will be better than the one you paid for....
banned#7
what is the student price of the intuos? and how do you get student price?
#8
bykergrove
what is the student price of the intuos? and how do you get student price?


I want to know this too!
#9
bykergrove
how do you get student price?


By being....... a student?!?!?:p
#10
gorskino10
Its not 5x the price depends if you can get it for Student price :p,Its good for people who havent got any other brands of tablets but when you tried a few (Like i have) it just feels so non-responsive my comment is to people "Seriouslly" wanting one i would hold off and get something else, but for people who think its ok and "May" buy one at this price its good for that!


Any suggestions what to get instead of this at this price? I want one but need some advice.
banned#11
frakison
By being....... a student?!?!?:p


oh lord please tell me you're a comedian? if not can I be your agent? just send me your bank details (so i can pay you) and your cv. thanks.
banned#12
Awesome tablet for the price i paid 45 on amazon and still thought it was a bargain!

I use it mainly for cs4 and i think its a great introduction to the world of tablet use!

to compare it to a much more expensive product is looney!
#13
I already have one of these. They are brilliant. I paid around the same price for a 2nd hand one.
If I had the spare cash then I'd buy an extra as a spare

The 4 buttons do come in handy, as you can customise what each button does. For example, the wheel in the middle will zoom in/out on the image. I've set 2 of the buttons to change brush sizes, and the other 2 are set to mac functions.

I am a photographer and use photoshop a fair amount, I'm not brilliant with photoshop but this works perfectly for enhancing portraits, removing blemishes etc.

If you're a serious graphic designer then you'll want to go for one of the more expensive models.
#14
Thanks just ordered one, been thinking of getting one of these for ages. Don't forget topcashback for another 2% (possible) off the price.
#15
Probably better to spend another £15 and go for the Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics Tablet also on Play.com.
banned#16
LotusJas
Probably better to spend another £15 and go for the Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics Tablet also on Play.com.


I have the pen and touch cost me £70 but wondering if i should have got the intuos if that dude ever replies about the student price... lol don't you love it when someone says "yyyeeehh but it's laaaddds cheaper on dis site lykkkk *no link EVER*"
#17
I know it says "Connectivity Technology: Wired - USB" but is this able to be placed away from your pc system rather than just where the keyboard is?
banned#18
great-deals
I know it says "Connectivity Technology: Wired - USB" but is this able to be placed away from your pc system rather than just where the keyboard is?


you can get a USB extension cable.
#19
gorskino10;8257846
Its not 5x the price depends if you can get it for Student price :p,Its good for people who havent got any other brands of tablets but when you tried a few (Like i have) it just feels so non-responsive my comment is to people "Seriouslly" wanting one i would hold off and get something else, but for people who think its ok and "May" buy one at this price its good for that!

Wild guess but I'd wager you're not a student of English.
#20
Don't know whether to go for this or hope that the 17.99 order is fulfilled.
#21
LotusJas
Probably better to spend another £15 and go for the Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics Tablet also on Play.com.


It's the same thing in a different shaped case and box, they 'revamped' the design so they could keep a classic at brand new prices.
#22
bykergrove
oh lord please tell me you're a comedian? if not can I be your agent? just send me your bank details (so i can pay you) and your cv. thanks.


Im sorry I already have an agent :-D Of course one could observe the general rule that if one asks a silly question one can only expect a silly answer :thumbsup:
#23
Bought this from Aldi not so long ago for £29.99.

Great little graphics tablet, well worth the money!
1 Like #24
bykergrove
what is the student price of the intuos? and how do you get student price?


http://www.student-software.co.uk/shop/cat42
banned#25


repped. not that cheap though. i'm happy i got my bamboo pen and touch :)
#26
expired? No option to buy
#27
Damn me and my dilly-dallying, really fancied one of these.

If anyone changed there mind and wants to sell it to me at cost, let me know.
#28
I ordered one! I was gutted I missed the £18 one so I snapped it up. It's been dispatched so now I play hungry hungry hippoes.
#29
By order was taken and I got an email from play after placing the order.
They have taken the money from my Credit cart.

Logged into my account and the status is set to "Order Taken"

Which is not one of the states listed for an order!

The FAQ says to wait 21-30 days for an order.

I've order from play in the past and got most items quite quickly.

Ordered 31st March 2010....

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