Drawing Tablets: The New Canvas

Drawing Tablets: The New Canvas

Joel Pirela
Jan 7, 2011

Paper and pencil are on the way out. The next generation of kids, are already embracing the use of touch based technology, and there's no way back. We can picture Leonardo or Picasso, using the latest tablets today to create their masterpieces.

Wacom Bamboo Pen and Touch
Bamboo Pen & Touch combines the benefits of Multi-Touch with the comfort and precision of Wacom's ergonomically-designed pen. With multi-touch, you use simple hand gestures and finger taps to move around your desktop, scroll through documents, navigate the web, zoom in and out of photos, and rotate images. And because the active area is larger than traditional mobile devices and laptop trackpads, it's comfortable and natural to use. Speaking of comfort, a pen tablet can help if you've experienced wrist pain from prolonged computer use.

Genius G-PEN F610 Ultra Slim Graphic Tablet
G-Pen F610 is the brand new slim tablet with 6-Inch x 10-Inch working area and one cordless pen for PC Windows and MACs to write, draw, sketch and sign emails. Using the pen tablet gives you ultra convenience and better control than your mouse. The cursor moves precisely where you position the pen. The sleek slim design in a 6-Inch by 10-Inch size is a perfect match for flat and wide screens. There is an area for Office, Internet and Vista functions to be used for super shortcuts. The cordless pen features two buttons and 1024 level pressure sensitivity. While drawing with the digital pen, you can control all kinds of shapes and thickness easily. The two pen buttons can also be programmed as left and right mouse buttons. The battery life of the pen is up to one year and the pen holder keeps your pen nearby. Just plug it in and you can use pre-built-in Vista functions like personal note taking, email signing, handwriting recognition, handwritten emails and pen flick navigation.

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