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graphic tablet advice

Discussion in 'General Software & Hardware Forum:' started by tammi17, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. tammi17

    tammi17 New Member

    hi could any give me any advice on which graphics drawing tablets under £500 are the best for professional design? or is this an unrealistic price for a professional one??

    Thank you in advance
  2. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    Ignore me, misread.
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2015
  3. Wardy

    Wardy Well-Known Member

    Wacom are generally thought to be the best, and you'll get a very good professional one for £300-400.00.

    It does depend on what you want to use it for though.
  4. PriyeshDesign

    PriyeshDesign Member

  5. The Northerner

    The Northerner New Member

    Hi Tammy,

    Would have to agree with Wardy and PriyeshDesign. Wacom are perceived to be the market leaders. There are alternative brands out there but to be honest I immediately went wacom when making a decision to buy one.
    The Intuos Pro medium is one I bought last year and really enjoy using it. I would consider buying via Amazon as I picked mine up for £270 originally, think it is £230 now, as opposed to £299 on Wacoms site. You could opt for the large
    and still have change from your budget. I use mine on a 24" monitor and it scales perfectly.

    The Cintiq range are possibly the best but again can be overkill depending what type of work you are doing. With your budget you might have to put a little more in to purchase the entry level size.


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