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Genius G-Pen F610, Adesso CyberTablet Z12 and Writing Tablets in general...

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Genius G-Pen F610, Adesso CyberTablet Z12 and Writing Tablets in general...

Does anyone have experience using the Genius G-Pen F610, or other Genius writing tablet products? I need one for doing basic writing, sketches (non-artistic), and marking up drawings (ie. redlines). I know the Wacom products are considered the best in the industry, but I need something around 6"x10" in active area, and the equivalent Wacom products are just too expensive for my needs. Their feature sets are really useful to a graphic artist with pressure sensitivities and the like, and they'd be wasted on my use of a tablet.

The Genius G-Pen F610 seems like a good, cheaper alternative. If anyone has comments on it, I'd very much appreciate some feedback.

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Bump, hoping someone catches this. Also, the Adesso CyberTablet Z12 is very similar; looks almost like an OEM-replica.

I did notice a few comments in various blogs/forums that the Genius F610 can't differentiate between monitors in a dual-monitor setup. IE, the tablet service ends up controlling the combined areas of both monitors, instead of being able to be locked to one screen at a time. Hopefully someone can comment on this as well, for either the Genius or Adesso tablets.
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