Most folks are familiar with using the mouse, touchpad, or trackball to move the cursor around on the screen.
Some have upgraded to a cordless versions of those cursor control devices for more flexibility and freedom of movement.
For others the best device is actually a graphics tablet. The graphics tablets, once found only in CAD/CAM labs, have been steadily making their way into everyday use.
Wacom is one of the companies that have been making advances in tablet technologies for over a decade. They have constantly innovated and have made this tool accessible to everyone.
We, at RainyDayMagazine, have used their products for years. We recently got our hands on the Wacom Graphire 4 Tablet.
In the FirstLook review, we'll examine the overall construction, details of the tablet, and what's included in the package. In the FirstUse review, we'll try out some of the software and take a look at what we can do with it.
Initial Impression- Polished
Usability- Cordless, no batteries req.
Durability- Test in progress