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    Wacom is the best… in my case is the Medium size.

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    Definitely Intuos for me

    I have the intuos pro, but the new intuos are looking pretty spiffy and a lot more mobile!

    http://www.wacom.com/en/us/creative/intuos-s

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    Wacom Bamboo

    Wacom bamboo it´s perfect for beginners

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    I'll throw my vote in for the Intuos range too - you can't go wrong.

    Have got a large and a small for when i have to travel, saves soooo much time, especially photo retouching / editing!

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    wacom intuos 3 is very good, if you can afford the new model.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwokstar View Post
    definately anything in the wacom range will be good, they have a great product selector tool to figure out which you need. and get a wireless adapter if you can. cords are evil
    About how long does a charge last?

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    I've heard the Wacom Cintiq range is amazing. They have a screen that you draw directly on to. They are pretty expensive though.

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    I have used both, but it really depends on your workflow. I think the bamboo is great for starting out though. You can always upgrade later if you feel like you need something more but until then it is less costly and should get the job done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwokstar View Post
    definately anything in the wacom range will be good, they have a great product selector tool to figure out which you need. and get a wireless adapter if you can. cords are evil
    Yes! Another vote on the wireless option!

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    Intuos Pen (to start)

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    Well I totally agree on getting a wireless pad like Wacom Intuos Pro, which I have.
    I also use mine as a mouse when I have presentations, which is good if you like to walk around like I do. If you dont do painting/retuching for a living you maybe should consider the smaller one. The tips get torn down quite fast though...

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