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    A4 Graphics Tablet

    What kind of input do you guys have in this, we've used Wacom in the past but maybe something cheaper as its not going to be a high use thing, needs to be A4 and will be used for drawing.

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    Anyone?

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    I know when I looked for one, most people would recommend Wacom.

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    Yeah we've used wacom in the past, they want ~300 for an A4 one tho but its not going to be used massively.

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    Wacom are the market leaders, but only professional's can afford them.

    I use one of the A4 tablets that Aldi flog every 6months under the Medion brand, cost is usually £25-35, it's the same as the Aiptek HyperPen 12000U, took me a couple of weeks of average use to get used to it and I love, mostly use it for touching up photos.

    Computer Active mag recommend it, only bad part is the tablet mouse, but who buy a tablet to use its mouse instead of a normal one

    I'd tried it, if it's not right for you then you can flog it on ebay and you got a good chance of getting your cash back plus more.

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    any idea if it has drivers for x64? I would like to get a tablet (the trust ones are also good value, so I'm told) but only Wacom seem to produce x64 drivers, and I can't afford one!

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    I have a Trust tablet like the one here .http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/9479...1200-v2-g.html
    I have had it about 3 years no complaints

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