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Wacom Intuos Creative Pen Tablet $47.97

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Do they carry the Wacom Intuos Pro? I wonder if I can apply those 60% off flyer coupons to this..
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I'll get some hate for this, but it's an overpriced brand selling at a discount. That is what is supposed to be priced at.
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Thanks OP. Just picked one up from Michaels erin mills store. They have picture of the older version in their website but I got the new one. Attaching picture if it helps.
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Seems to be this one from amazon.
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Gtaphotog wrote: Not everyone uses a Mac and not everyone that uses Macs can afford to buy or wants to use an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil.
Reminds me of this blog I read on how to start a podcast. They were talking about software choices and they showed how this one time at band camp Audacity messed up and therefore you should never use Audacity. So you should just buy a Mac and use Garageband because your engineer will be using logic and hey it just makes sense to be working with compatible files. Plus it's basically the same.. .ya know free (ignore the fact that one of them requires you to buy an Apple machine and only an Apple machine and the other is open source, cross platform and well tested on all the major OSes.)

It was the weirdest ballsiest thing I've read all year.

oh yay I found it - https://mobycast.fm/two-bad-ways-to-rec ... -good-one/

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Ugh just rereading it now again is getting me annoyed at how frustrating and just plain wrong it is.
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Great price, but for anyone who misses out on the deal and you're looking to get into digital art, for the price you're better off getting a larger huion.

I've used wacom's intuos pro for work and for personal use and they are good but insanely overpriced. I got a huion tablet last year for work and personal use to replace my aging intuos pro, and they work just as well. Huion used to have janky drivers and pens but they've ironed out the problems and they're pretty great drawing tablets now.
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kobaja wrote: Do you know if this particular one is any good at for note taking purposes? Wouldn't mind getting this just to do some rough diagrams with notes and mark up pdf's, etc.
Yes, any graphic tablet, including this one, will work fine for that purpose.

Personally, I'll go with a mouse for what you're thinking of doing. Rough diagrams can be sketch with a mouse without much trouble and marking up pdfs is easier, faster and much more readable with sticky notes or highlight on Acrobat.
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looks like the web page stock is wrong when it reporting out of stock, I ended picking one up in store just now

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2Riskit wrote: looks like the web page stock is wrong when it reporting out of stock, I ended picking one up in store just now

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Thanks for this tip! Managed to snag the last one in Vancouver on W. Broadway.

Here's the stock count in the lower mainland:
  • Burnaby - 1
  • West Van - 1
  • North Van -1
  • Abbotsford - 1
Good luck!

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