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    Wacom Bamboo CTH-460K have some issues on Win8 with Photoshop CC, after using it, mouse has very annoing lag. After relaunch Photoshop everything work fine, and again.

    I think it's not good for start or whatever
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    those articles are very helpful!
    I bought my bamboo create 2 weeks ago.
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    It depends on your current job and goal. I'm not a professional but if you just need some basic feature, Bamboo pen and touch is a great choice. I'm using it now. But if you want to become a concept artist, you may aim for cintiQ. Lots of game artists and illustrators in Japan use that, but the price is scary.
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    I don't consider myself a pro but i would go for a small intuos pro 5. Im really digging the wireless feature.
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    I use a Wacom Intuos M and like it a lot. The size i not to small and not to big, i can recommend this, using it for daily design work and retouching
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    I use a Wacom bamboo touch and fun, because I don't have a lot of money to put in a tablet, but it's great
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    I use Wacom tablets for years. Now I'm using Intuos 4. Can't live without tablets.
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    I have a wacom tablet and love it. It is difficult getting use to but afterwhile it is very handy.
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    Anyone use a Wacom tablet for everyday computer use instead of a mouse? I've thought about it and tried to at times, but I need to do a lot of precise selections in Photoshop and doing that with the pen drives me crazy. I wonder if you'd learn it in time though?

    The latest Wacom tablets have the touch capabilities which is ok for web browsing etc, but not quite as good as the Apple Trackpad unfortunately.
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    My advice? Forget Intuous 5. Intuos 3 is all you need. Also, don't automatically go for the largest size, it easily causes shoulder fatigue when you use the stylus. Get a small-to-mid sized one. They do the trick just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by homestar runner View Post
    My advice? Forget Intuous 5. Intuos 3 is all you need. Also, don't automatically go for the largest size, it easily causes shoulder fatigue when you use the stylus. Get a small-to-mid sized one. They do the trick just fine.
    Using both the Intuos 3 and Intuos 5 daily, I would say try them both if you have the chance. I find the 5 much more natural to use because of the texturized surface, vs. the smooth surface on Intuos 3. The wireless option on the latest model is a big bonus too. But yeah, the older models are absolutely fine though.
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    just buy second hand wacom bamboo or manga, A5 is better for bigger screens, A6 is fine for portable computers (for example 13")

    The wacom bamboo/manga are pretty decent tablets and you'll easy find out if you like it or not...
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    sometimes the drivers do not load properly and you need to restart the pc, is the only problem I've had
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    it depends on how much you wanna spend on it and how much you wanna use it. If you're into illustrations and like to draw alot then it's probably for the best to go for a wacom intuos. If you're like me and focus on other areas like print, graphic design etc. but don't wanna miss the advantage of having the opportunity to draw directly on your computer or mac, then the Wacom Fun & Pen is a good choice. Little advice here: Better spend some more and get the Medium sized tablet, not the small one.
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    I have a second hand bamboo that works well.
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