Written on: 21/07/2008 by ps0705
It's a cheap and large tablet, well worth the cost. Suits well as a first time tablet, or if you can't afford an overpriced wacom of similar size. You could draw just as well with a trust as with a wacom, even if the wacom has higher technical specifics. After months of use though it'll probably be a little buggy, but it'll still be a good tablet. (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2008
General comments: Overall I wouldn't recommend the Trust 1200 Wireless Tablet, and I've only JUST got it and I wish I didn't
The cursor jumps all over the screen for no reason. The mouse is VERY slow even on the fastest settings as far as I am concerned. (read more)
Written on: 14/03/2008
Overall I wouldn't recommend it, and I've only JUST got it. I'm already looking for solutions to the problems I have. And after reading the reviews, I wish I hadn't bought it. (read more)
Written on: 13/12/2007
Not recommended. Cheap, and easy to use, but falls apart real fast and is really fragile. (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2005 by MTV (7 reviews written)
The Trust 1200 Wireless Tablet 12" x 9" works well once setup. Accurate, good sensetivity. Draws well and feels comfortable. 24 function buttons. Transparent overlay.
Cons: It Does not fit on my workspace, the tablet area is 12 x 9 but if you include the surround its more like 14 x 12. Tablet itself looks/feels fairly slick but mouse/pen cheap and breakable.
Despite the cons, I would still recommend it for the money (£53 from epcbuyer). (read more)