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filllykung wrote:

Can I ask something? If I buy the one that is pen and touch (Wacom Bamboo ) is it will affect the cursor like for example : warping cursor problem when the fingers touch because i see some of my friends use them and sometimes they hit the tablet and the mouse is getting move to the way that they don't like.
But I am planning to buy for drawing and playing osu! so i can't decide what should I buy.
Can anyone pls answer me what should I buy.

Thanks
I have a Bamboo Pen and Touch. You can disable the touch feature.
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YayMii wrote:

I have a Bamboo Pen and Touch. You can disable the touch feature.
Thanks YayMii :D you help me alot.
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If anyone could tell me what the better tablet is, it would be much appreciated. I am having a very difficult time deciding between the Wacom Bamboo Splash Pen Tablet and Wacom Bamboo Capture Pen and Touch Tablet.
Thanks.
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Chibi211 wrote:

If anyone could tell me what the better tablet is, it would be much appreciated. I am having a very difficult time deciding between the Wacom Bamboo Splash Pen Tablet and Wacom Bamboo Capture Pen and Touch Tablet.
Thanks.
The Capture comes with the Autodesk SketchBook Express, Adobe Photoshop Elements and Nik Color Filters softwares bundled with it. It also has 4 programmable buttons on the tablet itself that you can customize, and has a multi-touch function (you can use fingers - pinch to zoom, scroll, etc).

The Splash is about 20$ cheaper, comes with the Autodesk SketchBook Express and ArtRage 3 Studio bundled.

Both tablets are otherwise completely similar, the active area, pressure sensitivity and accuracy are all exactly the same as well.
So, basically the 20$ difference would be the 4 programmable buttons and the multi-touch function and the Photoshop Elements. There's also some minor aesthetic and color differences as well.
Now, to answer your question, if you're planning to use the tablet solely for osu!, the additional buttons and touch functions are just a hindrance and going for the Capture would be pointless. If you're actually seriously considering to use it for other purposes as well, the additional buttons help a little with laziness as you can assign functions to them in Photoshop or other programs instead of manually clicking and selecting tools, but are still otherwise pretty much entirely pointless. The touch function doesn't have a whole lot of uses as well. So, in my opinion I think the Splash is better all around since Capture doesn't really offer anything additional that's a whole lot worthwhile.
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Monoprice 10x6.25in Tablet user checking in.
The tablet and pen works fine for everything I need, but the alternate Monoprice pen (which is around $10) has a larger detection range (I can lift the pen farther away from the tablet and it will still track movement; >1cm as opposed to the default's ~0.7cm). However, the default pen's tip is easier to activate; I can rest it at a generous angle on the tablet and it will detect that minute pressure. The alternate pen is more rigid and needs to stand more vertically and needs more force to detect pressure.

The large surface of the tablet fatigues my arm more than a smaller one would while I play osu!, but I personally like the almost 1:1 ratio of pen to cursor movement.

The tablet costed me around $70 in total, $60+$5 shipping + tax. The alternate pen costs $10 dollars itself.
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Is the new Intuos Pen fine for osu! ? Should I go for the Touch and Pen if I'm going to do a bit of Digital art (not a lot) ?
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Tupplez wrote:

Is the new Intuos Pen fine for osu! ? Should I go for the Touch and Pen if I'm going to do a bit of Digital art (not a lot) ?
Yeah, it should be fine for osu!. For art, you should probably get the Intuos Pen and Touch since it has an eraser on its pen.
But at this point, the Intuos tablets are the ones you should consider the most (unless you can get your hands on an older Wacom tablet for a lower price, but usually those don't have pens with erasers).
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I was reading through this thread, and I was wondering since its mainly the more expensive stuff, if other brands are worth considering. I was looking at http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B008 ... d_i=468294
And its quite cheap, and seems to fit my screen decently. Just wanted to know someone with a little more knowledge on this subject's opinion
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Everyone who is wondering if the Intuos Pen Small (the new bamboo) is good for Osu!: Yes it is.
I'm using it since a couple of weeks now and i'm really happy with it (just like a friend of mine).
The accuracy is outstanding and the settings are highly configurable to fit your needs (like the tablet area you want to use).
If you have a look in the thread "area of your bamboo tablet" you'll see some others using it too ;)
So you don't have to fear that it could not be as good as a bamboo.
Greetings,
NoYzE
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NoYzE wrote:

Everyone who is wondering if the Intuos Pen Small (the new bamboo) is good for Osu!: Yes it is.
I'm using it since a couple of weeks now and i'm really happy with it (just like a friend of mine).
The accuracy is outstanding and the settings are highly configurable to fit your needs (like the tablet area you want to use).
If you have a look in the thread "area of your bamboo tablet" you'll see some others using it too ;)
So you don't have to fear that it could not be as good as a bamboo.
Greetings,
NoYzE
Thanks for this, I was taking a look at this and now I'm definitely going to get it after this!
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Thinking about buying this one " http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005HG ... d_i=507846 ", are there any better variants available?
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Maybe this has been already asked but... does anyone know if/when the osu!tablet (this) will be available on the store? (if yes, what will be the price?)
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Does this one seem legit? I live in Norway so selection of touch pads isnt too big :P would appreciate it if someone replies ^^

http://www.wacom.com/en/us/creative/intuos-manga

PS: open for recommendation ;)
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Intuos Manga = Intuos Pen&Touch with included Manga Studio Debut + Anime Studio Debut software

If that's the only one you have access to, go for it. If not, look for a cheaper Wacom tablet.
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Thanks :D
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Thread definitely needs an update, especially with the announcement of the Osu! tablet. There are also some cheaper ones on Amazon (VPad) that I'm wondering if anybody has tried.
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Cinagro wrote:

Thread definitely needs an update, especially with the announcement of the Osu! tablet. There are also some cheaper ones on Amazon (VPad) that I'm wondering if anybody has tried.
Since no one but the winners of the owc can have it (it's not on sale atm and probably it will never be), it shouldn't be considered as available Tablet.
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Just because it isn't on sale atm that doesn't mean you shouldn't consider it. It is definitely a valid option, planning ahead is a thing.
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Genshin wrote:

Cinagro wrote:

Thread definitely needs an update, especially with the announcement of the Osu! tablet. There are also some cheaper ones on Amazon (VPad) that I'm wondering if anybody has tried.
Since no one but the winners of the owc can have it (it's not on sale atm and probably it will never be), it shouldn't be considered as available Tablet.
The osu!tablet is being mass-produced, so there's absolutely no reason for peppy not to sell them... It's not like he can use thousands of tablets all by himself.
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The osu!tablet is being mass-produced, so there's absolutely no reason for peppy not to sell them... It's not like he can use thousands of tablets all by himself.
Source?
(and price possibly)
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