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It's a good tablet, easy to set up and has a nice pen BUT The cords are short and i find it difficult to set up a comfortable spot where I can still use it I also couldn't figure out how to get some of the buttons on the side of the tablet to work And the screen has a yellowy tint to it and makes it hard to get colors right For example, White looks yellowy gray and grays look almost pink Don't know how to fix
The calibration is off consistently by 1/8". In some areas its off by even 1/4" of an inch. I've calibrated it over 50 times to try to get accuracy. I've read Gaomon's totorial on the matter and have tried off setting my pen taps when calibrating, which is hard to do with only a cross hair and no grid. I also tried holding my pen perpendicular.
Within a few hours the pen scratched the screen protector so badly that the picture was fuzzy. I took it off and I'm just hoping the pen won't scratch the screen.
Finally. The screen isn't very bright. I have to draw with the blinds closed. I do not recommend this product. Wish I could go back and buy something else. I really can't used to to do what I bought it to, which is to paint and draw animations on my computer. I find myself having to fish for mouse location to mark the right spot, at which point, why use a screen at all? Just use a drawing tablet for $80.
Edit: I've decided to keep the tablet. After I took off the cover, the glass never scratches and it slides quite smoothly. I managed to get the cursor off to be pretty close. I still have to watches the cursor, but it works for me. I changed my rating from 1 to 3 stars. You get what you pay for. Its a budget option.
Upon calibrating the pen for the first time the pen’s nib scratched the surface of the screen. Calibrating the device did not remedy the situation; I’d say working with my finger on my phone screen is more consistent than the results formed from using this tablet. You can personalize the buttons on the side which is a plus. What I didn’t realize was how many wires are required to be plugged in while using. Lately, I’ve taken more to drawing on paper with pen and taking a photo of my work with my phone to complete final touches before loading onto my laptop— rather than pulling out cords, tablet, laptop and rearranging my small workspace. I do use this tablet when I need to vectorize certain items in an image and need to crop them. It’s a mixed bag. I imagine I would love this if there were less wires and it didn’t scratch the first time I used the tablet. I was going to return this, but because I scratched it, I felt it was unethical to return the item— but after scratching it several times I’ve realized it’s not me it’s the tablet.
Its a good tablet. But the setting keep messing up. And i dont think the upper left corner works when i got to refresh the pen alignment (which i have to do every 30 minutes) the upper left corner doesnt respond. Might have to try returning