Wacom CTT-460 Bamboo Touch Graphic Tablet - £15.99 (RRP: £59.99) @ eBay / TrustedGoods Store
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Wacom CTT-460 Bamboo Touch Graphic Tablet - £15.99 (RRP: £59.99) @ eBay / TrustedGoods Store

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Found 8th Jan 2013
Found this while hunting for a new keyboard apparently.. cheapest i can see online.

This a a small touch interface tablet that lets you use touch to control some interactions with the computer, think using touchscreen on your phone and you get the right kinda idea, scrolling webpages and flicking through photos and such.

I will be picking one up at this price for my photo editing PC



"The new Bamboo Touch offers you the most popular touch experience, instantly simplifying your workflow and giving you a completely new way to work.

Whether you are flicking through an ebook, a presentation or other documents, or scrolling and zooming web pages or photos, you will appreciate its extreme comfort in handling.

But that?s not all: a variety of useful Bamboo apps inside Bamboo Dock are kept ready for download. Make every gesture count – easily and intuitively."

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Condition: Brand New
Warranty: 90 days TrustedGoods.com


90 days warranty I'm out
Edited by: "simplyjimbo" 8th Jan 2013

remember there's no pen with this one. it's just your fingers

Koocha

remember there's no pen with this one. it's just your fingers


Making it a touchpad?

simplyjimbo

Condition: Brand NewWarranty: 90 days TrustedGoods.com90 days warranty … Condition: Brand NewWarranty: 90 days TrustedGoods.com90 days warranty I'm out



Perhaps buy via amazon (same seller, same price). Unless I'm missing it (on Amazon) no mention of 90-day and so would assume usual 12 month.

amazon.co.uk/Wac…top

That said its one review is not exactly stellar (and outlines it's essentially a touchpad).
Edited by: "thepearce" 8th Jan 2013

£17.85 Free delivery at play with a year warranty.

thepearce

Perhaps buy via amazon (same seller, same price). Unless I'm missing it … Perhaps buy via amazon (same seller, same price). Unless I'm missing it (on Amazon) no mention of 90-day and so would assume usual 12 month.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wacom-CTT-460-Bamboo-Touch-Tablet/dp/B002XUMY7M/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_topThat said its one review is not exactly stellar (and outlines it's essentially a touchpad).




If you have a problem after 90 days Amazon (A to Z period) don't get involved so the seller sticks their two fingers up at you. Many threads on Amazon forum about this.

I bought this thinking it was a graphics pad. It's not - it's just a … I bought this thinking it was a graphics pad. It's not - it's just a trackpad. You can't add a pen to it later; you can't use a stylus with it; the driver doesn't allow you to do absolute positioning using your fingers - so it's basically useless as a graphics tool. It's a mouse replacement, which I don't need. Get the one with the pen instead or don't get one at all. Very, very disappointed.

simplyjimbo

If you have a problem after 90 days Amazon (A to Z period) don't get … If you have a problem after 90 days Amazon (A to Z period) don't get involved so the seller sticks their two fingers up at you. Many threads on Amazon forum about this.



I see. Thanks. Worth paying a few extra pennies sometimes then to buy from Amazon. I just got a refund on a 5 month old electronics item that was not faulty as such just didn't quite perform like it said on the box.

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thepearce

Perhaps buy via amazon (same seller, same price). Unless I'm missing it … Perhaps buy via amazon (same seller, same price). Unless I'm missing it (on Amazon) no mention of 90-day and so would assume usual 12 month.http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wacom-CTT-460-Bamboo-Touch-Tablet/dp/B002XUMY7M/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_topThat said its one review is not exactly stellar (and outlines it's essentially a touchpad).



I have worked with graphics tablets before in college, i cannot get used to them and it all feels so alien.
Call me old fashioned but i'm your mouse and keyboard kinda guy. And especially as i bought my self a CYBORG R.A.T 9 this is most certainly the case.

The reasons i bought this is for scrolling through web pages and flicking through photos (i'm a photographer aka crap loads of photos on my system lol)
I didn't have any intentions of using this as a graphics tablet nor did i state that so i hope i haven't got people hyped up hoping to snag a graphics tablet for under 16 quid! This is strictly touch!

just went to Trustedgoods.com and all I could see was refurbished goods on sale there, so I would not at all surprised if this is also a Refurbished item.

Also what is the use of this device? A touchpad for those who have only ever owned a laptop or a tablet? I guess if I ever got Angry Birds on PC, I will consider buying this to play the game how it's meant to be played. Considering it's not an actual sylus graphics tablet, Wacom we crazy to think they could charge £59.99 for this.

Seems a little cheeky to call it a 'graphic tablet' making it sound like a bamboo graphics tablet - its not its just a touch tablet like on a laptop. Might be good value if you want one and understand what it is.

Nobody seems to have mentioned it's a multitouch device and about £30 cheaper than Apple's Magic Trackpad. Wacom quality too, so a good deal at this price IMHO and gets heat from me...

Refurbished, but quality is rubbish. Bought few items from them and all returned.

I bought the pen version, and wasn't impressed, there was often lag when using the pen in for photo editing, sometimes it would freeze for a second resulting in huge frustration (Win7 core i5) and then there were a whole bunch new processes running in the background sapping resources. It now sits unused in the "not what it said on the tin" peripherals cupboard.
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