Beware: This tablet does not support Plug&Play. It needs drivers for any functionality. Which means that you cannot connect (USB or BT) to a Windows computer and expect it to move the mouse, click on tap or right click on one of the stylus buttons. I am returning it as we speak, since I needed this tablet for its size and BT, to be able to connect to computers I use when I teach in various classrooms of our school, to which I have no admin rights to install drivers (and reboot -other teachers would not like that!). Even worse, I'd like our students to get that tablet and use it, but they too won't be able to bring it to school for our school computers as students (like myself) cannot install drivers. It's hard to accept that in 2021 a device such as this does not plug&play. This is very disappointing as every other (non Wacom) graphics tablet I've used in the last 20 years is certainly plug&play capable, and while the fancy features (extra buttons, or possibly pressure) require a driver, everything else works out of the box. Funnily enough, this tablet works out of the box (and without the need for drivers, i.e. in plug&play mode) in Linux.
Were you on Apple or PC, and which operating system? I'm on a Windows 10 PC, so just a little concerned.
I have one of these - the drivers are terrible! You download a new one for it to work - it shut my entire computer down and it refused to come back on until I went into safe mode and went back to a checked saved point (apparently quite common according to the forums I had to visit on my phone to fix it!) You use an old driver just so your computer will turn on and on every start-up will say it's not running properly. Sometimes it will 'right-click' and sometimes it won't. Sometimes it will show a cursor....sometimes it wont. My last one was similar (bamboo) and I upgraded it to this one thinking it was just too old. Bit of a waste of time as I still have the same issues! LOL
But Wacom kept releasing drivers for their more recent products with the new Apple architecture. I can understand not putting the resources into rewriting drivers for 10 year old, obsolete products but the Bamboo had been available to buy new the year before they discontinued support! That’s just laziness, or more likely, a cynical tactic to force you to buy a new one!
I know this sucks, but this might have been apple too when they stopped supporting 32bit binaries and the new signature process for apps/drivers. A lot of software became sudently obsolete 2-4 years ago with these changes :'( and I agree that the xp-pen products look pretty good.