We are, of course, referring to graphics tablets, which usually are too big to swallow anyway. But this particular model is a 6"x11" widescreen tablet.
The tablet has a set of four buttons and a touch sensitive “scroll strip” on each side of the tablet which brings the total to 8 buttons and 2 scroll strips. The standard functions of these buttons are Control, Alt, Shift and Space. These settings can be changed later using the software.

The most important part of the tablet is of course the huge surface area in the middle. The difference between this tablet and the one that I described earlier, is that with this tablet the position of the cursor is calculated by the tablet surface instead of the point of the pen. This allows for much greater accuracy.
Get the full review over at the wiki powered review site Widescreen Gaming Forum.