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  1. Wacom Cintiq 13HD review

    Wacom Cintiq 13HD review

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    The Cintiq's unique selling point has always been the ability to draw onto the screen, and with its 13.3-inch screen and 1080x1920 resolution it's bright and responsive.

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    Wacom Intuos5 Touch Medium review

    Wacom Intuos5 Touch Medium review

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    Wacom's new Intuos5 looks almost identical to it's predecessor, although it now boasts a matte black finish, instead of the shiny plastic of the Intuos4.

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    Wacom Inkling review

    Wacom Inkling review

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    Transfer sketchbook doodles to your Mac with this digital drawing device

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    Hanvon Art Master III review

    Hanvon Art Master III review

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    A competitively priced graphics tablet, but is it all style over substance?

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    Genius G-Pen M609 review

    Genius G-Pen M609 review

    9  

    With the launch of Windows 7, tablets have whole new range of features

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    Genius G-Pen F610 review

    Genius G-Pen F610 review

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    The Genius G-Pen F610 is a slim, cheap and large USB tablet. It has pressure levels that compete with the best and even sports the highly useful Hot Key system. For general-purpose use this piece of kit is perfect.

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    Wacom Cintiq 12WX review

    Wacom Cintiq 12WX review

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    Every now and then, a product comes into the MacFormat offices that is so all-round wonderful that we will try anything to avoid handing it back, and Wacom’s latest graphics-tablet-with-built-in-screen affair certainly falls into this category.

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    Wacom Graphire4 Classic A6 review

    Wacom Graphire4 Classic A6 review

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    For years Wacom has been at the forefront of graphics tablet technology and is, without question, the undisputed market leader. The lengthy existence of the Graphire range makes it easy to see why

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    Wacom Bamboo Fun small review

    Wacom Bamboo Fun small review

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    Bamboo Fun is an A6-wide version of the Wacom Bamboo tablet and pen we reviewed in more depth in issue 184 (July 2007). It's been slightly remodelled in the Fun version (it now has rounded corners), but the pressure pad and pen are just as sensitive.

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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

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    Traditionally, graphics tablets have always been prohibitively expensive, especially if you want to get some decent features for your money. Things are starting to change though, and you can now pick up entry-level tablets for the price of a new PC game.

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

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    Wacom has established a reputation as a leader in the graphics tablet field and is now entering into handwriting recognition. The Bamboo is aimed at Windows Vista users

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    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

    Genius PenSketch 9x12 review

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    Graphics tablets are a sound investment for anybody working in the creative industries. It's a particular boon if you're a Photoshop user; the ability to use a pressure-sensitive stylus to create selections in Quick Mask mode, more naturally airbrush out blemishes or just paint onto a canvas can make you more productive, and makes the creative process feel more natural.

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

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    Bamboo is Wacom's latest weapon in convincing us to seriously consider its products as mouse replacements. For the first time, it's aimed entirely at an audience that spends its time browsing the Internet, emailing and creating spreadsheets

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    Wacom Bamboo review

    Wacom Bamboo review

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    Wacom has often bundled a mouse with its priciest graphics tablets, in a tacit acknowledgement that for some users there are tasks that are better accomplished with a mouse than a stylus

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    Wacom Graphire 4 review

    Wacom Graphire 4 review

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    For most people a graphics tablet seems like an unnecessary luxury. The good ones are generally pricy and the cheap ones pretty useless. Unless you need to do a lot of design or image-editing work, you probably don't see the need

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    Wacom Intuos3 A4 review

    Wacom Intuos3 A4 review

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    The Intuos takes the next step up from the Graphire range, and adds sometimes subtle improvements to an already excellent format. The included mouse is wireless but not battery powered, taking full advantage of the technology behind the tablet

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    Wacom Graphire4 Classic White Edition review

    Wacom Graphire4 Classic White Edition review

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    Wacom is pretty much your only choice when it comes to graphics tablets for your Mac, but luckily its products are always top notch. Here it's introduced a new entry-level tablet, the Graphire4.

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    Wacom Intuos 3 A6 Wide review

    Wacom Intuos 3 A6 Wide review

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    Nobody seems to be trying too hard to displace Wacom from the top of the tablet market. We can't blame other tech producers - it's not a fight we would choose, either. After all, Wacom does such a good job

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    Wacom Graphire Bluetooth review

    Wacom Graphire Bluetooth review

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    What's the point of a Bluetooth graphics tablet? Is there any needto do away with wires if you're using the tablet next to your Macanyway?Okay, so Bluetooth does enable you to move the tablet...

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