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I recently got a Wacom Intuos Pen Small, and I love it. It does everything I need it to do and it skips out on all the extra buttons and features that probably aren't needed anyway. The price tag comes in at about $80. The size of the area that you can draw in is about 6"x4" inches. The actual size is about 8"x7" It might seem a bit small, but it's really ...


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When I researched digitizers Wacom was the clear solution. I think they have a patent on their unpowered pen that gives them industry dominance. You should get a Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Tablet. To stay in your budget you would have to go with the Small, model #CTH480, which runs ~$80 and provides a 6.0"x3.7" active area on an 8.25"x6.9" tablet. Next ...


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Can I make use of that extra keys on Japanese keyboards, e.g. rebind with Autohotkey to other keys (mouse click)? Yes, I tried it myself and it worked perfectly. Below is the actual script I used. SC07B is the "無変換 (muhenkan) " key on the left and SC079 is the "変換 (henkan) " key on the right. In case the your future Japanese key code is different from ...


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I have Wacom Intuos CTL-4100 tablet. I am using this with Xournal++ software (on ubuntu), works pretty well. It has pressure sensitivity. The main downside in my opinion is that as it is not touchscreen but essentially a trackpad, you have to watch your screen, not your hand while writing, and handwriting is a bit worse than on paper. But good enough for ...


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Option 2 would be my choice - a drawing / graphics tablet something like this. This would provide a more natural drawing experience as it is a matt surface. It is also considerably cheaper than the other options due to the fact it does not display an image, (or allows an image to pass through in the case of the touch screen overlay) leaving plenty of ...


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Acer Predator Helios 300 | $814 + $9.99 Shipping I know I'm probably asking for a lot so if I am give me some advice to tone it down efficiently or how much it would realistically cost. Actually, $1000 is a pretty generous budget considering your user case. Since you want to have multiple adobe products up at once and running smoothly, I've decided to ...


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So, here is my "happy end" story. I could not find more good options so I was a bit on the fence about what to buy ... and know what? Recently I was in the local computer store and what did I see! There is a keyboard sold which is exactly what I need. It is A4Tech X7 G800V model, a budget (~30$ in Russia) keyboard with extra buttons below the space bar. ...


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You haven't mentioned which OS it is that you'd like to use so I'll split this up by operating systems. You did mention Windows Ink, so I presume Windows is your OS of choice but for the sake of completeness I'll offer the most popular options for both ecosystems. Windows: One of the most popular options of late is to use Microsoft's Surface tablet. This ...


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No question: Get a Wacom Intuous. Available for under $100, this will provide all the key features serious graphic artists and photographers use in Photoshop, Illustrator, and the like: high resolution pressure sensitivity, touch sensitivity. It has a large enough surface that you might never feel the need to upgrade. And you may even find it to be a ...


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