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Wacom Bamboo Tablet Waynesboro VA

The Wacom Bamboo is a new range of affordable pen tablets aimed at more casual users who can't justify the relatively high price of the Intous3 range. Available in two editions, the Bamboo and Bamboo Fun, the primary difference between them is the inclusion of a mouse on the latter, and more importantly, the addition of an eraser on the pen.

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Wacom Bamboo Tablet

Wacom Bamboo Graphics Tablet Review

Reader Score: 7.71 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The Wacom Bamboo is a new range of affordable pen tablets aimed at more casual users who can't justify the relatively high price of the Intous3 range. Available in two editions, the Bamboo and Bamboo Fun, the primary difference between them is the inclusion of a mouse on the latter, and more importantly, the addition of an eraser on the pen. Most serious digital photographers use a graphics tablet for Photoshop and other imaging applications, but does the Wacom Bamboo range offer enough incentives to persuade the rest of us to give up our mice? ...

... A graphics tablet should be considered standard equipment for anyone doing image editing. Although the Intous3 line is ideal for serious editing work, the price is too high for many casual users. With the new Wacom Bamboo and Bamboo Fun, there is no reason to not start enjoying the benefits of a tablet. And, if you use Vista or OS X, you have the advantage of handwriting support for other applications as well."

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