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planktonium says

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 says
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 says

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 says

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 says

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 says

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 says

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 says

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 says

+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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