Monoprice 6814 tableta digitalizadora - Tableta gráfica (Inalámbrico, USB, 16 Negro
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- 10 "x 6.25" área de dibujo con relación de aspecto de 16: 10.
- Dispone de 8 teclas programables, Plus 16 teclas de función preprogramada
- 4000 líneas por pulgada de resolución.200 tasa de informe de RPS.1024 niveles de presión
- Compatible con Windows XP o posterior, Mac OS X 10.4 o posterior, o Linux
- Incluye bonus programas de software para Windows XP y Windows Vista (Nota que el software extra no es compatible con Windows 7, Mac o Linux). Incluye piezas de puntas de lápiz
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 9.3 mm
Altura máxima de lectura: 10 mm
Ancho: 360 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Interfaz del dispositivo: USB
Nivel de presión: 1024
Peso de tableta: 734 g
Profundidad: 260 mm
Ratón incluido: N
Relación de aspecto: 16:10
Resolución: 4000 lpi
Sistema operativo MAC soportado: Si
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico
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This Monoprice tablet is the first graphic tablet I've ever owned. For a long time I was checking out the Wacom, and honestly, the only things about those tablets that had me interested was the fact that the pen is battery free and the whole `touch' feature. But frankly, regardless of those two things, for a tablet of around the same size, Wacom just hurts your wallet too much. I mean, it's like $170 for a Wacom Fun Tablet. The Monoprice may not have the touch or the battery-free pen, but for all the money you save on it (you save over $100), you can get by without the touch (because the pen easily replaces the mouse, eliminating the need for touch) and you can buy plenty of AAA batteries, or even buy useful software that you might want (like Photoshop or Adobe or whatever).
They even send you a software suite to go along with the tablet. There are five programs in all:
- Annotation for Word - which allows you to mark up documents like you would any document by hand. I find this very handy, especially since I do a lot of writing and editing straight on the computer.
- PenCommander - Helps you run any program or menu by simply drawing on the tablet, for example, when you draw an `e' it opens Internet Explorer. Just like a shortcut.
- PenSigner - Helps you put small drawings or signatures into documents.
- PenMail - Use it to send a handwritten email - however, the file is saved as a jpeg.
- PenNotice - Capture screenshots and make annotations.
The other features that the tablet comes with include the 8 Hotkeys on the left side of the tablet, things like Copy, Paste, Cut, Zoom In, Zoom Out, etc. On the active drawing area, are 16 hot cells, which you tap with the pen to make it work. You can program these to whatever you want.
The screen is a very large area, actually, much larger than I needed, I realized, once I got the thing in my hands. But the good thing about it is, while it looks like it is built for a wide-screen monitor, you can actually set it to work for a 3:4 ratio monitor, or even set it to work with two monitors at once. You can also test the pressure sensitivity.
There are a couple of things I need to mention about this tablet, though. First of all, the program suite doesn't work with Windows Vista (I have Windows XP). Secondly, it needs a USB port, but the cord is a little bit short, so I suggest using a port on the front of your computer tower or getting an extension cord. Another thing is that the pen seems quite fragile when you put the battery in. You have to carefully peel back the rubber grip and the battery sits in a thin piece of metal without anything to encase it. So I just had to be a bit careful when doing that. However, once you get the battery in there, it's a good pen. The pen also has three buttons--one in the tip (by the way you get three replacement tips inside the box, and it doesn't seem to be getting worn down too fast) and another two in a long, thin black button on the side of the pen. It looks like one button, but it's actually two, one on each end. You can set all these buttons to your preferences. You also get a pen stand, which you also use to replace the pen tip once you wear it down. The battery seems to have a nice long life. It doesn't run out in two days or anything like that.
I hope I went over all the important features and aspects of the tablet. The description for the product doesn't really give you much to go on. Without a doubt, excellent value for your money.
Needless to say, this tablet is AWESOME! pressure sensitivity is great, the hotkeys are super handy. (if you do not like what they are programmed to you can change them easily also - I made my Msn = desktop)
I agree with other reviews that the battery holder in the pen is kindof janky but I mean really, don't bend it around and it seems like it will be fine. The pen is comfortable and very easy to adjust to.
The only con about this tablet is the driver. When I first installed it the icon did not show up in the system tray. I had to unstall the driver and download it from [...] (which appears to be the company that actually manufactures these tablets.) and it works fine now.
So, I am incredibly happy with my purchase and it is not just a "for the money, it is a good value" this tablet easily compares to the wacom intuos. The intuos pen is battery free. But this tablets hot keys more then make up the difference.
The first problem I noticed was that the instructions are not made specifically for this drawing tablet. This is not a mayor problem, but I though they should have taken the time to make instructions for this drawing tablet specifically. The second thing I noticed was the poor quality of the pen. After I opened it and put the battery inside, I had to use a lot of twisting and force to get it back into place. After this I plugged my drawing tablet into my Macbook Retina 13'', as instructed by the manual. Then I was going to install the driver. The driver comes on a CD, and if you don`t know, the Retina version of Macbooks don`t come with a CD drive. I did not really care about that, because I am used to go online to find my drivers. I went to Monoprice's website and after some searching I found the drivers page. What I discovered was that it was a real pain to find the correct driver. They have not labeled the drivers properly, and I had to download many drivers before I found one that looked like it would work. I tried the buttons that are included on the drawing tablet, which by the way can be really useful, and they worked properly! Then I tried to use my drawing tablet with the pen. It did not work. After a lot of frustration I found the settings for the drawing tablet, and tried pretty much everything. Still no response from the pen. The buttons still worked, which apparently is a sign that the driver is installed correctly.
I am still trying to figure out what the problem is, and that is why I gave it 2 stars. I would not recommend you to buy this product! You should much rather buy a Wacom or another well known brand, even though it might be more expensive.
Value: Might be good if you can get it to work.
Quality: A mixture between good and bad. The drawing tablet itself it of quite good quality, but the pen is not.
Customer Support / Website: It is way to hard to find the correct driver for this drawing tablet online.
Recommendation: I do not recommend this product.
* Customizable buttons: Some of them are out of date or applications I'd never use, like MSN or Excel, but you can change their paths which is nice. I changed them and then put a little piece of tape over them--the pen WILL write through tape and paper--with a new label. I included a picture of what I did.
* Feel: It really does feel like writing on a piece of paper. You have to press a little harder than I thought to create thick lines, but I've made sure pressing hard won't damage the surface and I'll get used to it.
* Pen: It's a sturdy pen and when held the right way, the buttons on it are extremely helpful for scrolling. I've found that it can really replace the mouse as long as you practice using it and adjust the screen size.
* Drawing: The reason we're all here! I don't think I could be happier with the actual performance of this tablet. For reference, I'm a digital artist who regularly draws detailed images. I use Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketchbook, and a few other programs. Until I bought this I was doing most of my digital art on my Samsung tablet with an S-Pen, which if you've used one, you know is very precise and high quality. This pen is much thicker which isn't a draw back, simply something I need to adjust to. I find this just as accurate as drawing on my Tab!
* Pen: I like the pen itself, but putting the battery in was a hassle and I thought I was going to break the whole thing. It's set up very oddly, and might give me trouble in the future.
* Button delay: It isn't every time I push one of the left-hand buttons, and it isn't that long of a delay, but it's still there. Not a big deal, but something to be aware of.
There are no other cons. I'm pleased with this product and would recommend it to someone looking for an affordable graphics tablet.