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Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Review – Perfect for Beginners and Photo Touch-Up

Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Review – Perfect for Beginners and Photo Touch-Up

The Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch is Wacom’s update over the Bamboo and all its variations (Fun, Splash, Create, etc).  The Bamboo was a great tablet for beginners to start on, and I, myself started on a Bamboo when I was 14 and still drawing terrible anime art. I still do sometimes, but it’s just a lot better now! What’s the difference between the Old Bamboo and newcomer Pen & Touch? I’ll run through all the major things in this review...
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Wacom Intuos Pro Review – Mid-Range Powerhouse

Wacom Intuos Pro Review – Mid-Range Powerhouse

The Wacom Intuos Pro used to be the Intuos 5/Intuos 4, but the newer models have some great improvements over the old models. Let’s see how the changes measure up to the needs of digital painting and photo editing. You may prefer more features and may not think this is the best drawing tablet. If that’s the case, you would be better off if you purchase the Cintiq. Really like the Intuos Pro, but your wallet doesn’t? Take a look at the Huion H610 or...
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Cintiq 13HD/22HD/27QHD Review  – A First Class Experience

Cintiq 13HD/22HD/27QHD Review – A First Class Experience

Wondering whether to pay the big bucks for a Cintiq? This could be the best drawing tablet for you if it is within your budget. Let’s take a look at why the Cintiq is considered Wacom’s top of the line model. Here is an in-depth review of the most talked about graphics tablet. You’ll find supporters who think this is the best graphics tablet and those who think that a drawing tablet should be more reasonably priced. Read on and decide...
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