Well. I'm looking at buying a tablet which is compatible with photshop/fireworks. I want it to have a handwriting feature and the general price range of it to $100-200. Does anybody have recommendations? Your help will be appreciated here =)
Well obviously the only choice you got is Wacom because it's a trusted brand used by many pros, Even Scott Adams, Creator of Dilbert uses a Wacom to do his comic strips. You do have other choices.
Yo do the Wacom tablet have lcd screens (excluding the Cintiq). I need a tablet which echo the lines I have drawn (at least in black and white). Maybe a screen like the old B&W palmtops. That way I can see what I draw on the tablet for better hand-eye coordination.
Wacom is the way to go. I won one, and have been very happy with it. It feels good to use it. Depending on how much you spend is what kind you can get, or what size. I have the 99 dollar model, small amnd all, but i have been extremly happy with it. The only thing that is weird is if you use 2 monitors, it dons' woork too well with that, at least not for me. It's har dto explain.Each section of the pad represents a part on the screen, so it either gives you less control over each monitor, or limits you to one monitor. Liek i said, hard to explain, so you may want to try it out first if you have 2 monitors. But wacom is a great brand, great products, solid build. I am a graphic designer, and i love my wacom, so you might too!