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  • Can anyone recomend a good light pen?

    Afternoon scribblers

    Can anyone recomend a good light pen (unsure if they're called that - the kind of thing you scribble onto a tablet and it draws the image on the screen).

    Not sure whether the forum allows you to specify a particular brand, but I'd appreciate any feedback.

    Thanks lots.


    The Fool.

  • #2
    Wacom, the bigger the better.

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    • #3
      Wooki. Actually, it's more of a light sabre. But might give you more respect from your co-workers.

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      • #4
        As for 'bigger the better' for Wacoms, I wouldn't agree. I want from a 6x9 to a 9x12. With a dual screen setup, unless you want to abandon proportional mapping, you lose a third of the actual tablet area to supporting the extra width anyways. And the 6x9's footprint worked much better for my desk area.

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        • #5
          I don't like big wacoms either. It means I have to move my whole arm when working on something. I'm lazy. If I can get away with just moving my hand, I pick that.
          It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?" Winnie the Pooh

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Broacher
            As for 'bigger the better' for Wacoms, I wouldn't agree. I want from a 6x9 to a 9x12. With a dual screen setup, unless you want to abandon proportional mapping, you lose a third of the actual tablet area to supporting the extra width anyways. And the 6x9's footprint worked much better for my desk area.
            They have a wide tablet for that.
            Marketing tips

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            • #7
              >>They have a wide tablet for that.<<

              I have a narrow wallet.

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              • #8
                LOL, yeah...I think it's about $700-$800
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