Do You Want a Tablet for Your PC or Mac?


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What’s your favorite input device? Maybe your favorite is your mouse or a track pad. Have you thought about trying something different – maybe a tablet surface, in conjunction with a stylus and a mouse? As long as your computer has a USB port, you can control it using either the stylus or the mouse!

The Genius MousePen Graphics Tablet is likely one of the coolest new gadgets you’ll find. The 6-Inch x 8-Inch working area with the cordless pen and mouse is great for Windows and MAC users to write, draw, sketch or sign emails. Just click the pen on any of the 29 programmable shortcut keys for instant access to Office and Internet functions.

You can use it to enter text in some kind of application on your computer. You can use it to edit photos, or even paint! It’s a pressure-sensitive device – up to 1024 levels, which is a tad tricky to get used to. I did my best trying to demonstrate it!

It’s not only a fantastic media tool for designers, a fun input device for a computer. Improve your hand-eye coordination while using the coolest and hottest new input device.

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4 thoughts on “Do You Want a Tablet for Your PC or Mac?”

  1. Among the most popular tablets, I would recommend the Wacom tablets, over any other kind of tablets, my tablet is 12 x 19 in. Which will last me for quite a while.

  2. I’ve been a Wacom tablet user for years and I think they are great. The Wacom pens do not need batteries so I’m wondering why would I consider the Genius Tablet?

  3. Personally, I would like a projector pointing at my desktop, and a bluetooth adapater connected to a nintendo wii controller to use it as a mouse, a standard usb as a backup but still, it would be great for detailed drawings/edits in photoshop. All i need is a adapter.

  4. i have something like that. its a wacom intuos 3 graphics tablet, and i love it! i like how the pen has a eraser, and both ends are pressure sensitive. also, both ends act different.

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