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Graphics Tablet

Graphics Tablet

Graphics Tablet

(OP)
Can anyone recommend a graphics tablet for use with PSP?

Thanks,

Rob.

RE: Graphics Tablet

(OP)
In response to my own question, it seems that there are 3 real options. Digital Workshops, coincidentally a distributor of PSP offer a budget solution called E-Pen (serial only). Then there is Wacom who also offer a budget solution called the Graphire (USB) which is slightly more expensive but with the advantage of USB and having a wireless stylus. Wacom also offer a 'professional' solution called the Intuos (USB or serial) which comes in a range of sizes (A4,A5 & A6).

Rob.

RE: Graphics Tablet

Hi RobertP,
I have a HyperPen tablet by Aiptek. It was an inexpensive solution,
and I use it with PSP 7 (I also used it with Versions 5 and 6). I've
had the tablet for a while and I think it's a HyperPen 2000, which I
think Aiptek no longer makes. Now they make the 5000, 6000 and
8000. The pen is wireless and also functions just like a mouse for
any Windows application (I'm using NT 4.0 SP4 - just been to busy
to upgrade SPs)

Visit their site at www.aiptek.com

Ola kakou aloha,
kprime

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