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Zach

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#28849 14-Dec-2008 02:41
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I've seen what can be done with a Wacom Bamboo, does anyone know if the DSE tablet can do the same? How does it compare?

DSE Slim Tablet $129
Wacom Bamboo Fun $249 or $177

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  #183976 14-Dec-2008 09:40
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I had a play with the dse slim tablet on a vista machine on friday.

I was surprised at it's responsiveness, and having an a4 size pad I thought was a bonus.  Has you tried the bamboo fun, os the bamboo A6??  I've been looking for one for some bitmap editing for work.




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  #184036 14-Dec-2008 15:39
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I've had a short go on a Wacom tablet and I know the Bamboo's limits are beyond my skill so buying one would be fine. The DSE one is cheaper though but I don't know how it compares technically and is able to produce the same level of art as seen on deviantart.

 
 
 
 


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  #185759 23-Dec-2008 00:48
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I went with the Wacom Bamboo for $150 because I know they work well and I've head the DSE ones aren't very good.

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  #185776 23-Dec-2008 08:22
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I was thinking the same thing, at least with the wacom you could get spare parts.

But the main thing I liked about the DSE one was that I think the A4 tablet matched the whole screen.

How does the wacom handle that since they are about a6 size?




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  #185819 23-Dec-2008 14:12
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You can configure it so each corner of the tablet matches each corner of your monitor apparently.

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