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Specification for Wacom Graphire 2


Manufacturer: Wacom
Features:
  • Cordless mouse, pen, and tablet for PCs and Macs
  • Mouse is cordless and features 3 buttons and a fingerwheel
  • Pen has a programmable DuoSwitch, built-in eraser, and 512 levels of pressure sensitivity
  • Transparent overlay on tablet for easy tracing
  • Includes drawing, painting, annotating, and photo editing software
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    ★★★★★

    “Great Graphics Tablet”

    Written on: 18/08/2020 by joyaakter (1 review written)

    I love this graphic tablet and it makes my computer graphics creation so much easier… Read Full Review

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    “Wacom have been making quality tablets for the last 21...”

    Written on: 04/11/2004 by Robert Dowell (7 reviews written)

    Wacom have been making quality tablets for the last 21 years, and the Graphire 2 one does not give me any cause for concern that over those years Wacom have changed too dramatically.

    ----- Items provided.

    In the box, you will find a pen, mouse, tablet, driver CD, software CD (Dependant on the deal at the time) and user guide.
    Wacom tablets used to need a separate power supply but since the intervention of the USB most devices are self powered and will happily work without the need for any… Read Full Review

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    Ieuanfawr's Response to Robert Dowell's Review

    Written on: 12/07/2006

    I've limited experience with graphics tablets - not least because I am left handed. Is the pen physically polarised for right-handed use (like for example most joysticks and track-balls), or is it a symetrical design with an option to re-program any buttons, like most mice? Many thanks.

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    Robert Dowell's Response to Robert Dowell's Review

    Written on: 13/07/2006

    The pen can be used in either hand as it has not been designed with right or left handed use. Additionally the software allows you to configure all the buttons on the pen and on more expensive tablets it is possible to configure the silk screened buttons on the tablet surface itself.
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    “I got this Wacom Graphire 2 as a Xmas present and it's...”

    Written on: 02/01/2003 by mark. (1 review written)

    I got this Wacom Graphire 2 as a Xmas present and it's the biggest step forward in PCs for me for many years. If you use a tablet you don't need an introduction but for others you get a cordless (and battery-less) mouse plus a stylus (pen) on a approx 10cm x 10cm tablet. I don't use the mouse much as the stylus performs the same function. It's specifically for graphics eg editing, tracing, drawing like you would a pen on paper but I use it to navigate / click on IE, Outlook etc etc. It has… Read Full Review

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    Hmd's Response to 62255_mark.'s Review

    Written on: 01/07/2004

    I've had a Wacom graphics pad for some years (not the Graphire) and it was not the pen tip that wore out but the pad surface. It developed a little "trench" on the right hand side on the vertical scroll bar. It's irritating but still usable.

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