(when equipped) of the Wacom pen. Additionally, your handwritten content is searchable within Journal. Mapping. The relationship between the pen position on your Bamboo tablet and the cursor position on the monitor screen.
Hi, thanks for this review. I'm a teacher exploring the possibility of using the Bamboo tablet as an alternative to the chalkboard and have found (using a borrowed one CTL 460K and SmoothDraw3) that even at relatively slow writing speeds it produces poor results when I have to lift the pen to cross an A or a T. When watching screencasts of Sal Khan or others who are proficient on the tablet, this just doesn't seem to be an issue. They are writing quickly and clearly getting good results even though they are lifting the pen and putting it down quickly. Can you tell me why this might be happening? I'm working on a good DELL with System 7, so I don't think it's a processing issue on the computer hardware side of things. Thanks!
• Open the tablet wireless compartment cover and verify that the battery is properly installed. The large Bamboo tablet is equipped with two covers: one for the Wacom wireless module, and one for the rechargeable battery. • Check the battery appearance to ensure there is no leakage or other indication of damage.
On the whole - the good points overweigh the bad, and I would HIGHLY recommend a Bamboo Wacom Tablet if you're interested in buying one. It's reasonably priced, especially if it comes with software. I've never had any major issues with it, other than ocassional freezing - but that's easily dealt with.