I was hoping to have an experience close to using the multitouch trackpad of my macbook pro, but it is frustratingly different. I can’t pick one bad thing about it, and I hope never pick. We’ve changed, we promise. Be the first to review this item. It’s not hard to learn, but it does take a bit to get used to editing with a pen and not a mouse. It has a 4.

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I use the bamboo fun to edit my photos. The programs that come on the disc with the tablet are also easy to use, and yet the more you learn about them the more you can do with them and the more intricate the programs become.

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The Bad No mouse. The tablet features four ExpressKeys, which can be customized to suit your needs. Don’t show this again. The mini version of the MX Master, Bakboo flagship wireless mouse, is almost as feature-rich The pen is not as easy as I thought it would be for artwork. An bajboo software bundle is included: Its new line of multitouch-enabled tablets are designed and priced for budget-minded consumers, and unlike many of its more professional brethren, Wacom aims for a look that’s simpler than ever before.

We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion. Enter ch-661 zip code to refresh estimated delivery time. Sluggish, jumpy, sometimes oversensitive and sometimes undersensitive.


It has a 4. The Pen and Touch tablet lineup actually consists of a number of new Wacom models, and they’re priced and featured as follows:.

I’ll admit, I’ve never used a pen tablet before. We can’t guarantee the Logitech M mouse will boost your productivity, but at this price You can use it to edit photos, create personal greetings, make sketches, and mark up documents in cth-661 own handwriting.

Be bammboo first to review this item. Rated 4 out of 5 by monterey from The mobile world might finally get exciting again in It fully supports Multi-Touch gestures, including gestures and finger taps, over a large portion of its active area.

Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen Touch Medium Tablet CTH 661 Adult Owned MINT

Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from The Bamboo’s evolution I use my new brand bamboo at work. Bamboo Fun Digital Tablet is rated 4. Combines the benefits of pen and Multi-Touch input into one tablet Use a single finger for navigation and multiple fingers for gestures Simple gestures make it easy to scroll, zoom, rotate, move backward or forward Pressure-sensitive pen tip for natural pen and brush strokes Battery-free, ergonomic pen with two switches Textured work surface for a pen-on-paper feel Quick access to user-defined shortcuts with four ExpressKeys Attached fabric pen loop conveniently stores pen Easy USB connection Interactive tutorial helps you learn gestures and make the most of your Bamboo Includes Adobe Photoshop Elements 7.

Rated 4 out of 5 by Wonil from good, touch not as useful as thought – i’m a professional artist that draw a lot, i bamoo had an Intuous but needed another one for the second computer in another office, and got this one. As ct-h661 tablet is larger than trackpads found on most laptops, it is both comfortable and natural to use.


The programs and the way that the tablet enhances them are great for a beginner or a real designer. I thought it would be smooth from the start but it probably takes a lot of practice to be able to draw with it.

The tablet is easy enough to use that you get hooked to learn more about it and get better to do more fantastic designs!! Rated 4 out of 5 by pfreelancep from The name say’s it all.

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It makes editing go by at least twice as fast, now that I don’t use a mouse. I was hoping to have an experience close to using the multitouch trackpad of my macbook pro, but it is frustratingly different. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Fantastic tool I bought the bamboo fun because I heard so many rave reviews about it and just about every photographer I admire uses a tablet and recommended it.

Rated 2 out of 5 by Chris from Multitouch is really buggy This is bamobo as a pen tablet, but the multitouch is really clunky and just does not work nearly as well as the trackpad of a decent laptop.

It has a 5.