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Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch

Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch
alaScore 97

21746 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21746 reviews of Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices for all reviews. Views about the reliability and size are overall positive. The design and price also get good comments.

usability, price, design, size, reliability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Mouse & Pointing Devices the Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 97/100 = Excellent quality.

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2462 user reviews of Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Amazon.co.uk. People really like the reliability and size. The design and price are also mentioned favorably.

usability, price, design, size, reliability

89% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Wacom Bamboo Pen Graphics TabletWacom Bamboo Solo Stylus - GreenWacom Bamboo Fun Small Graphics Tablet

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Amazon.com review summary for Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13145 user reviews of Wacom Bamboo Manga FUN PEN AND Touch from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Mouse & Pointing Devices on Amazon.com. Opinions about the size and reliability are on the whole positive. The design and price also get good feedback.

usability, price, design, reliability, size

90% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

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Wacom Intuos5 Graphics Tablet Review

 

Graphics tablet users are an odd bunch. They'll tell you how a mouse is a horrible input device. How you'll eventually end up with a medical device wrapped around your wrist while they draw pretty pictures of flowers and mock up logos with a pen. That...

Still the best tablet on the market and a must-have for designers and artists

Gestures are different from Lion’s default gestures

The Intuos5 is another great product from the kings of the tablet market. Except for a few weird gestures that don’t match up with Lion, the touch gesture features are a great addition.

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Wacom Bamboo Fun Pen & Touch

 

If you've become accustomed to the MacBook's multitouch capabilities,you'll find yourself missing them when you use a desktop Mac. Wacom hasan answer, care of its recently refreshed Bamboo line, which adds a newtake on tablet input. We tested the...

Touch support offers increased input flexibility. 1,024 levels of pen sensitivity

Pen holder is an awkward fabric loop. Touch-sensitive tablet can pick up unintentional gestures from your resting hand. No three- or four-finger gestures

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Wacom Intuos4

 

Tablets are often thought to be just for graphic designers who've eschewed the mouse for something "more organic." They wave their hands over the magical device and create art out of nothing. What most Mac people don't realize is that the tablet isn't...

Besides helping you create more organic drawings, it'll increase your productivity with its incredibly customizable buttons

Intuos4 Small doesn't include the OLED display

Anyone who draws, edits, or just wants healthy wrists should check out the Intuos4.

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Wacom Bamboo Fun

 

Drawing Tablet Sharpens Graphics Apps

Directly improves control and results in graphics apps. Pressure-sensitive stylus also wireless and battery-free. Eraser end instantly selects new onscreen tool. Includes wireless, battery-free mouse. Stylish, slim design. Works with Inkwell.

Software bundle good to get started, but includes out-of-date versions.

The bundled mouse is a nice extra, but the movement- and pressure-sensitive stylus will rewire the way amateur graphics editors use Photoshop, Painter, and other applications.

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Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid review: a pen display that doubles as an Android tablet

 

After months of rumblings about a standalone slate, Wacom finally unveiled not one, but two tablets back in September. On paper, the Cintiq Companion may

Stellar pen display ; Solid performance ; Customizable interface

Heavy ; Mediocre screen resolution ; Can't run all the apps creative pros need

Wacom's Cintiq Companion earns its keep as a pen display and provides a solid Android slate experience, but doesn't provide all of the software tools needed to be a reliable mobile workstation.

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Wacom Intuos Creative Stylus (for iPad)

 

Wacom's Intuos Creative Stylus is a useful tool for creatives who want more nuance in their sketches, but its on-the-high-side price may turn away potential iPad artists.

Simple to use. Incredibly light. Pressure sensitivity helps with detailed sketches. Excellent battery life

Accidental button presses can disrupt flow. Lighter strokes don't always register. AAAA battery is not rechargeable, and could be difficult to find

Drawing on the iPad without the right tool is more like finger painting than using a pen or a brush. Drawing with a stylus is a more feasible option. Wacom's Intuos Creative Stylus ($99.95 direct) is the company's first foray into professional-grade...

Editor's Choice!

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Wacom Cintiq 22HD

 

The professional-grade Wacom Cintiq 22HD ($1,999 direct) carries on the company's tradition of offering the best PC- and Mac-based drawing surfaces on the planet. It's ideal for professional illustrators, cartoonists, graphic designers, and artists who...

Extremely accurate drawing surface. Finally supports full 1080p resolution. Industrial-strength mount. Configurable ExpressKeys and rear-mounted Touch Strips

Very expensive. Display is a little dim. Imprecise rear-mounted Touch Strips

The awesome Wacom Cintiq 22HD remains the standard bearer of high-end drawing tablets. It lacks multitouch support, but you'd have to pay almost double the price for the Cintiq 24HD touch to get it.

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Wacom Bamboo Stylus Pocket

 

Whether you're drawing or taking notes with the iPad, you'll want to pick up a stylus. They're more precise than fingertips alone and bring a familiar pen-and-pad feel to your digital canvas. The Wacom Bamboo Stylus Pocket ($34.95 direct) offers...

Accurate input. Well balanced. Collapsible. Clever way to carry and store stylus

Expensive. Only one type of tip

The Wacom Bamboo Stylus Pocket is a useful tool for both writing and drawing on an iPad, and its clever cap design makes it easy to keep with you at all times.

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Wacom Intuos5 touch review

 

It's no secret Wacom has a firm grasp on what it takes to make great graphic input devices. Fresh off of its introduction of the Inkling last fall, the

Great design and ergonomics ; Responds well to pen input ; On-screen HUD for button reminders ; Programmable ExpressKeys and Touch Ring

Touch gestures can be flaky ; No bundle option with the wireless kit

The Intuos5 gets high marks for its fresh design and on-screen reminders. We just wish the multitouch gestures were smoother.

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Wacom Bamboo Connect CTL470

 

The Wacom Bamboo Connect is a low-priced drawing tablet that, sans eraser, feels artificially crippled when compared with the prior version.

Reasonable drawing accuracy. Easy install

No eraser. No multi-touch. No programmable buttons on surface. Weak software bundle

Wacom has been producing drawing surfaces for the better part of two decades, so even the inexpensive Bamboo Connect works reliably. At 1,024 levels of pressure sensitivity, the Bamboo Connect offers twice the precision as the Pen and Touch, at least...

Product Specifications

Configuration

Adjustable Display:No / Yes
Apple Lightning Connector: No
Built-in Storage Capability: No
Charging Unit Included: No
Force / Vibrate Feedback: No
Integrated Camera: No
Integrated Microphone: No
Loudspeakers: No
Read / Write Functionality: No
Scrolling Function:No / Yes
Scrolling Type:2-ways / Not Applicable
Scrolling Wheel:No / Yes
Type of MPR Radiation:No / Unknown
Type of TCO Radiation:No / Unknown
USB:No / Not Applicable / USB 2.0 / Yes
USB Hub:No / Yes

Connectivity

DVI Interface: Yes
HDMI: No
MHL:No / NO MHL
USB:USB 2.0 / Yes
VGA:No / Yes

Display

LED Backlight:Edge LED / No
LED Technology: No
Screen Format:16:10 / 16:9 / 4:3
Touchscreen:1-Point Touch / 2-Point Touch / One-Point Touch

General Features

3D: No
Battery-free Mouse:No / Yes
Gaming Product: No
Graphic Tablet with Mouse:No / Not Applicable / Yes
Graphic Tablet with Pen:No / Not Applicable / Yes
Input Registration:Electromagnetical / Mechanical / Not Applicable / Optical LED
Notebook Mouse:No / Yes
Platform:Media Device / Media Tablet / MEDIATABLETS / Mobile / PC / Mac / Tablet / Webbook
Product Type:LCD
Type:Digital Pen / Graphic Tablet / LCD / Mouse Pen / PC Mouse / Pointing Accessory / STYLUS PENS / Touchpad
Type of Connection:Bluetooth / Cable / Not Applicable / Radio Transfer
Type of Monitor:LCD
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