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Wacom Intuos £49.99 @ Amazon
Wacom Intuos £49.99 @ Amazon

Wacom Intuos £49.99 @ Amazon

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Was looking for a cheap graphics tablet just for handwriting maths stuff, been using it for a week now and have found it to be fantastic..... maybe this deal will be useful for others

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its around this price for ages, They added buttons which greatly help things

Have been taking one graphics tablet three times a day for the last week. Expensive, but getting 5 - 8 extra FPS IRL. Definitely worth it.

Quite good for doodling too.

Have used Wacom for years then stupidly decided it was time for a new one and based on price went for a Huion, wrong move, Wacom are the best. Good price and a good tablet, heat.

Can anyone recommend a bigger sized graphics tab? with a great value? I'm still using my trusty mouse for design work but recently picked up some extra load, so need to get things done quicker or lose 'business'.

Why is this a deal?

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MazingerZ

Can anyone recommend a bigger sized graphics tab? with a great value? I'm … Can anyone recommend a bigger sized graphics tab? with a great value? I'm still using my trusty mouse for design work but recently picked up some extra load, so need to get things done quicker or lose 'business'.



I used wacoms for years but got a Huion a couple of years ago - I am very happy with it and it was a 1/3 of the price of a wacom. I use it mainly for illustrative work using CS Illustrator and Photoshop on a mac. This is the one I bought but I think they do newer/bigger ones (haven't tried so you'd best read the reviews)

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Edited by moderator: "Aug 19, 2016 12:11" 19th Aug 2016

Standard price, the version that is normally around 65 is the touch version.

hatchers

I used wacoms for years but got a Huion a couple of years ago - I am very … I used wacoms for years but got a Huion a couple of years ago - I am very happy with it and it was a 1/3 of the price of a wacom. I use it mainly for illustrative work using CS Illustrator and Photoshop on a mac. This is the one I bought but I think they do newer/bigger ones (haven't tried so you'd best read the reviews)https://www.amazon.co.uk/product-reviews/B00GIGGS6A/


thanks, I am going to look into this, appreciated.

dashforth

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Because it's cheaper than it was last month and the month before? Why are people so keen to jump on deals and rubbish them? Instead of looking up camelcamel and posting screens, why not concentrate on posting YOUR deals?

Decent price for a decent tab, THANKS for posting OP

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May not be the best price it's ever been but thought it was still a decent price for a quality bit of kit, closest thing I could find with this price was some Chinese rubbish that may or may not work

A great bit of kit, but small. I have a huion pen display and a monoprice tablet both great value for money as you get a larger drawing area for the money. Don't know what the warranty is like with wacom but suspect it's far better than my cheaper makes. The backlight went on my huion display but as it was over 12 months I was told by huion it wasnt worth repairing. I got a generic led backlight for about £10 and fixed it myself.
Hopefully there's less to go wrong without a display, but after sales support may explain part of the price difference.

very nice, can anyone recommend a tutorial series or site on drawing with these or something in that kind of vein?

Really recommend these Wacom Intuos tablets. I have been using the previous version of this one for the past 2 years - makes design time super fast (I use with photoshop / illustrator & indesign) as well as other stuff.
Only plus to having a 'touch' option in my opinion is scrolling, turning etc similar to mac magic trackpad. I still use space bar for hand tool to move around in Adobe software though. Not really worth the extra, I'd probably invest in the wireless attachment which is usually £30.
Considering the upgrade from a small to medium (I initially chose small as needed it to be portable, and it is!)
Still find it great for fiddly stuff like photoshop re-touching and dragging about pen tool handles etc...
Hope this helps, great bit of kit!
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