The front of the pen is the writing tip and the back is an eraser. Unfortunately, the old adage that you get what you pay for rings true in this case and the Graphire 4 has some frustrating elements that may steer buyers toward some of Wacom’s more expensive models. This is a great tablet for kids and novice users who want to experience graphics tablets at an extremely low cost. The Pen is lightweight and has two buttons on it which are fully customisable, acting as left and right click by default. Would you buy this? Cons Inconsistent tracking, Limited bundled software.
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The tablet is rather small, with a The Graphire 4 is designed for a broader range of users than the average graphic artist and it caters to that market adequately, bringing computer generated graphic art mainstream by compromising on features. The result is that there is nothing particularly exceptional about it other than its price tag.
I am looking for the pen for my Graphire4 (CTE-440)
When you take into account the extremely low price of the tablet, it is actually quite a good buy as graphics tablets are usually notoriously expensive. Wacom are the world leaders in graphics tablets and from those that we have tested it is easy to see why. Pros Attractive design, Eraser on pen, Easy installation. The top of the strikingly designed tablet sports left and right click buttons, graphird scroll wheel and a cradle for the pen.
The tablet supports levels of pressure as apposed to the of the other models and this is evident via less pressure sensitive ink levels in programs like Adobe Photoshop. Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.
Cons Inconsistent tracking, Limited bundled software. Would cge buy this? This is a very nice feature of the pen as when you flip it, the tablet knows which end you are using and switches to the erase feature in the software you have open. The front of the pen is the writing tip and the back is an eraser.
Connecting via USB, the tablet is extremely easy to set up and only requires a single installation of the supplied drivers. A report rate of points per second further detracts from the precision. This is graphiree great tablet for kids and novice users who want to experience graphics tablets at an extremely low cost.
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Unfortunately, the old adage that you get what you pay for rings true in this case and the Graphire 4 has some frustrating elements that may steer buyers graphlre some of Wacom’s more expensive models. Bottom Line This is a great tablet for kids and novice users who want to experience 44 tablets at an extremely low cost.
The Graphire 4 is their cheapest model and is designed for beginners or users on a conservative budget.
The Pen is lightweight and has two buttons on it which are fully hraphire, acting as left and right click by default.
Potential buyers should be aware that the Graphire 4 is an entry level model targeted at first time users or those who probably won’t require pinpoint accuracy, such as kids. This translates to a slight delay in the actions of the pen, both in tracking on the screen and at the point of contact.
It is only slight, and most users won’t be too fussed by it, but it is the difference between being a precise graphics tool and being a novelty.
This isn’t a professional tablet and was never meant to be, so it can be forgiven for its limitations.