Are you pretty decent with a piece of pen (or pencil) and paper, and would like to take things to the next frontier? If that is the case, then you might be interested in working with a digital tablet instead, no? Here is a scenario that you might want to consider – the Wacom Bamboo Splash could be the ideal device for you. The Bamboo range from Wacom is said to be an extremely solid choice if you want to start off somewhere, as it carries similar hardware as that of the Connect tablet which is already available in the market. What the Wacom Bamboo Splash has, however, is an updated version of the software duo in the same box.
The Bamboo accessory’s specifications include a pen tab that will be compatible with Windows and Mac platforms, delivering a 5.8″ x 3.6″ active area, USB connectivity and a pen that delivers up to 1,024 pressure levels. Good thing the new bundle is not going to cost a whole lot more, as the entire shebang costs $79 – which is just the same. Definitely the device to own if you want to get started with a digital tablet.
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