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Description: I had bought this tablet from a dealer in one of the the Market Pro computer shows a couple years back for around $50. At first this was only supposed to be a cheap tablet that would replace the
I had bought this tablet from a dealer in one of the the Market Pro computer shows a couple years back for around $50. At first this was only supposed to be a cheap tablet that would replace the Wacom Graphire 1 as my workhorse. The Graphire 1 still works to this day since the day I bought it in like 2001, unlike the Jam Studio tablet I bought from Best Buy for the same price. This Lapazz tablet wasn't too hard to figure out. I just popped in the driver disc, let it tell me when to plug the tablet in, proceeded with the install session and presto! It worked like a dream. The manual wasn't too hard to follow and since the company is based in taiwan, it's understandable that they would make a few grammatical errors. Windows XP Home and Pro both recognised the tablet. I did a couple sessions in photoshop to test out the sensitivity and responsiveness of it. I felt that it was comparable with that of an Intuos 2 tablet from Wacom. It had lasted longer than I had originally thought it would by looking at it's construction. By taking care of it and making sure that it wasn't just laying around sitting under a pile of junk, It lasted around 1 year and a half to two years.
It was a bit finicky to find the most up to date drivers, and wasn't the most straight foward process, but it wasn't too bad. Some of the site is in Taiwanese, but I found the manual to be very readable (may be updated since others have reviewed) and when following the manual to install, everything worked great on my Win 7 64bit system.