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Quote:How to choose the best Wacom pen tablet for your needs
Why use a pen tablet instead of a mouse
Working with a tablet is faster and more efficient than with a mouse. Your hand can travel from point to point on the screen in a single movement instead of repeated slides, as with a conventional mouse. It also allows more natural input for activities such as drawing and photo retouching. Having pressure sensitivity is very handy and most graphic programs can benefit from this input. Touching the tip of the pen on the tablet surface is the equivalent of a click, and the pressure (plus tilt, in more feature-rich models) can be used to vary stroke width, opacity, effect intensity, and other attributes. There are two buttons on the pen and either can be programmed for right click.
Holding a pen is also much more ergonomic than using a mouse, and most users with repetitive strain injury (RSI) or tendonitis suffer less pain when using a tablet. In my personal case, it completely cured a chronic pain I had in my right wrist. Working with a mouse requires repetitive muscle movements while the rest of the hand keeps still, creating uneven muscle fatigue. A pen, on the other hand, allows you to work in a more relaxed position and eliminates the forearm twisting that strains muscles and tendons. At the end of the day, it feels much more natural and relaxed.
Areas in which tablets dont work so well
There are a few areas in which tablets are not the ideal input devices.
Most games dont work very well with pen input, as their interfaces were originally designed for mouse control. Think about controlling a first person shooter with a pen. It definitely makes little sense.
In the architectural and engineering fields, theres a split: some users love it, some hate it, mostly because the mouse scroll wheel is very handy for zooming in and out on programs like Autodesk AutoCAD and Wacom tablets have that feature on the tablet surface, requiring putting the pen aside to use it. Pressure sensitivity is also ignored in those programs, neglecting one of the tablets main features. On the other hand, the more ergonomic position could more than make up for it.
Will touch devices kill pen tablets?
I doubt it. Without a major exercise in user interface design, my feeling is that we wont be able to achieve the necessary drawing precision with bare fingers to replace tablets. The two technologies are complementary and were already seeing some new Wacom tablets, such as the Bamboo Create, incorporate touch gestures. This gives us the best of both worlds: bare finger touch and gestures for quick window transitions, icon and menu selections, with a pen for more precise actions where pinpoint accuracy and especially pressure sensitivity are indispensable.
Which tablet should I get?
Go Wacom, ignore the others
If you choose to buy a graphic tablet, invest in a Wacom model. There are some cheaper alternatives, but none of them has the same ubiquitous driver support, software integration, precision, and reliability as Wacom. No wonder they have over 85% of market share. Wacom pens use patented electromagnetic resonance technology, so they dont need batteries or any wires to function, reducing maintenance and weight for a more natural pen feel.
Tablet size and resolution vs. screen size
Tablet sizes should be relative to your screen size and resolution. The smaller the tablet surface, the less hand movement will be necessary to move the cursor on the screen. Having a tablet too small for your screen leads to a jumpy cursor and makes fine selections too difficult. A tablet too big for your screen feels slow, requiring too much hand movement, and your muscles may tire more quickly.
Tablet resolution is also a factor. Wacom has two lines of tablets, Bamboo and Intuos. The former has half the resolution of the flagship Intuos4 line and this difference may be very noticeable, depending on your screen size. Given the same tablet size, the higher the resolution, the bigger the screen that can be used comfortably with it.
Bigger tablets, such as the 8" x 12.8" models, are difficult to use along with a keyboard and tend to be more adequate for single task work where typing is secondary, for example video editing or drawing. If you are an illustrator and you are used to drawing with very long strokes, a larger drawing area may be necessary.
For dual display use, keep in mind that the overall screen proportion is much more horizontal than the tablet itself. Through the system preferences configuration panel, the tablet can be set up for different screen mappings, single screen mode or screen switching with a hotkey. The most natural way, in my opinion, is to keep the screen proportion exactly the same as the tablet surface. If you use dual displays, this means that some of the vertical area of the tablet would be inactive and that the horizontal resolution available will be mapped to a much bigger number of pixelsfor example, 3840 x 1080 for dual 24" displays. This would require a larger drawing area than a single screen, and preferably a high end tablet such as the Intuos4 Large model. An alternative that works fairly well is to use a smaller tablet and set up a hot key combination to switch the control between the two screens.
My favorite keyboard for use along with a Wacom tablet is the Apple Wireless Keyboard. Because it has no numerical keypad it has a smaller footprint and fits nicely at either side of the tablet. A full size keyboard may be too large to be used on the side of a tablet larger than an Intuos4 Medium, leaving the tablet too far from the central seating position. Some users prefer to place the keyboard in front of the tablet. This position only works if you dont need to type much during the day.
Display resolution vs. Wacom tablet size
First days with your new tablet
Working with a tablet is a paradigm change and may require an adaptation period for hardcore mouse addicts.
All tablets work with absolute positioning, while mice are relative positioning devices. This means that you can slide your mouse several times to move the cursor across your screen, while on a tablet all you do is move your hand and position the pen tip on the corresponding point on the tablet surface.
This changes your eye vs. hand coordination logic and can be a little difficult the first time. In my case, I bought my first Wacom Graphire 4" x 5" model (replaced by the Bamboo line) after suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome for a good time. No matter what treatment or medicine I used, I always felt pain after using my mouse for extended periods, so adapting to a new input device was surely less painful than keeping the mouse.
My tablet arrived in the middle of a book design job and I delved straight into it, leaving the mouse disconnected. You can use a mouse along with the tablet, if you prefer, and Wacom also offers optional wireless mice that work on the tablet surface. But my reasoning was that the more I forced myself to get used to the tablet, the faster Id master it. After two days of work, I was already comfortable with it and never used a mouse again in the 12 years after that day.Bamboo vs. Intuos4
Generally speaking, the Intuos tablets are Wacoms professional line, while the Bamboo line is more geared to home users. This doesnt mean that the Bamboo models are unfit for professional use. Ive used a Graphire, the precursor to the Bamboo, for lots of years without any problem.
Two key differences separate Intuos4 and Bamboo lines: performance and customization. Wacom Intuos4 models have better resolution and sensitivity, and can recognize the pen tilt angle, unlike the Bamboo. The Intuos can also be customized in more ways, with eight express key buttons and illuminated labels that can be mapped to application-specific profiles. For example, I have one of the tablet buttons mapped to the new tab command when Im browsing the internet.
On top of that, the professional line is better built and should last longer under intense usage.
Intuos4 advantages are:
* Better resolution5,080 lpi vs. 2,540 lpi.
* More pressure levels2048 vs. 1024.
* Intuos4 pens are tilt sensitive.
* Precision mode, unavailable on the Bamboo, lowers the pen sensitivity momentarily, making it easier to draw fine lines and detailed selections.
* More programmable express keys and more comprehensive customization options.
* Customizable illuminated displays for each express key.
* Slightly slimmer profile.
* Available in larger sizes.
* Optional wireless mouse support.
Intuos4 wired USB vs. wireless
In terms of functionality, both Bluetooth wireless and wired USB Intuos4 tablets are the same. The main external difference is that the wireless tablet has an internal battery that should be recharged periodically by plugging it into a USB port.
Performance wise, the two should be exactly the same when connected via USB, except that the wireless model doesnt support the optional Wacom mouse. When in wireless mode, Bluetooth will always have more latency and lag than a wired connection. Theres also the issue of freezing when switching between applications with specific tablet configurations. This was acknowledged by Wacom on their support forum and happens due to the limited bandwidth of the Bluetooth protocol. Every time an application with a customized tablet control profile is in the foreground, the computer has to send the tablet that specific configuration, and this takes a noticeable time over wireless. During this process, the tablet freezes for one or two seconds.
Most users would be totally satisfied with the wired model. It has better performance and easier configuration. If you are an illustrator and have the habit of drawing with your canvas on your lap, consider the wireless model. Its a safe bet, since the price difference between the two is only US$ 50 and you could always use it wired if youre not satisfied with the wireless performance.
Wacom Cintiq vs. Intuos
The Cintiq family combines a pressure sensitive tablet with a slim LCD display, enabling users to interact directly on the surface of the screen and in a much more natural way. There are three models available: the top of the line Cintiq 24HD, the 21.3" Cintiq 21UX and the 12.1" Cintiq 12WX. All three can be used as main or secondary displays. The 24HD and 21UX models have very high quality LCD panels and can be suitably calibrated for color critical use.
The smaller model is not so well reviewed. Some users complain of jittery cursor response near the screen edges and inadequate display performance and viewing angles, an indication of a TN LCD panel in use, which is not recommended for applications where color accuracy is indispensable. Based on this feedback, wed recommend the 12WX only as a secondary display.
For photography, graphic design, web design, illustration, and video editing, up to 30" LCD size:
Wacom Intuos4 Medium , Wacom Intuos4 Large
For less demanding creative work, general usage, and web surfing, up to 24" display size:
Bamboo Create / bamboo fun medium pen n touch (CTH670 model).
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What to avoid
Small Bamboo models, such as the Bamboo Connect and Bamboo Capture, are too small for any precision work on higher resolution LCD screens above 1600px of horizontal resolution. but a medium size Bamboo Create is a better investment.
Check out this video for some examples of the Bamboo Create tablet in action.
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