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planktonium
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hi, im looking for a cheap and good graphics tablet!

huion and wacom. which ones are good?

my price range is from 50-70 dollars!

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InsectoDesign
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Hi!, This one is really good and fits your budget perfectly! http://www.amazon.com/Wacom-Bamboo-Splash-Tablet-CTL471/dp/B0089VGPII/

Good Luck!

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studiothepoint
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Yes this tablet is very good for this price but I` think more good to save more money and buy any centiq because this is good investition. For a first time and this price this tablet is perfect. Success! :)

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joiaco
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I find that my Intuos takes up too much space to be convenient as a mouse as well. It depends what you want it for. I also have a Pen and Touch on my other pc and use both all the time. Even the pens can be swopped. The nibs for the pens are important and i quickly discovered a favourite, so try them all before stocking up because they do wear out.

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layoutlet
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If you own an iPad, then check the new Adobe Ink and Slide tools, that may just be what you need, and they are pretty cool as well. http://www.adobe.com/uk/products/ink-and-slide.html

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mariokulas
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If you are not living from your illustrations / graphic design art or you drawings – cintiq is a waste of money..

I have Wacom Intuos Pro M size (I believe the most common size that people are buying) + Surface Cover by POSRUS because the surface of the new Intuos is really rough (it gives a natural feeling of the paper, but for the nibs – new intuos surface is a nightmare)

It was expensive but worth every penny.. I´m using it mostly in Photoshop and Zbrush… and even for the non-graphic stuff like surfing the internet, etc (you can set up a really bunch of shortcuts to touch surface / hand gestures http://blog.phaseone.com/wp-content/uploads/2014-01-09_12-12-58.jpg )..

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Topaz063
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I own and use a Wacom Bamboo. It was under 70USD and that was with shipping/tax. Its not the high profile Intuos but it gets the job done and doesn’t take up a lot of space. It works great as a starter and maybe later on after you earn additional funds you can upgrade to an Intuos.

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illiachenvar
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If you want to use your tablet for drawing, cheap tablets are not the best solution… I’m drawing a lot, and for my first tablet I bought quite big but very cheap one… after 3 months I had enough :) Then I bought Intuos A4 oversized and I still love it :) ...it was about 8 years ago

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pixelgreco
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+1 for Wacom!

“Wacom Bamboo” became “Wacom Intuos Pen S” in newer models, great for start drawing and cheap as the old bamboo tablets.

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