>active area of 13.8 x 8.6’’
>We also know that some of professionals have to take their projects away from the office. Mobility feature is followed by a built-in 8GB of storage in Giano, which allows you to save projects and take your work anytime, anywhere.
>>> 119.99 (yea it's on sale)
>but the battery powered/rechargeable pen killed it for me.
Have you ever used one? It's not even fucking bad, I don't get why people are upset by it.
Plus, the pens tend to be a lot cheaper than Wacom. If your Wacom pen ever breaks, you'll be paying noticeably more to replace it.
it does not
now that everyone goes to uni, every retard get a degree on science and try science, so we are crowded with conclusions based on cognition failures, as doing correlations without any isolation from one phenomenon (and the rest) to other.
If you compare ranges of population who have wifi everywhere or who does not, you should also mind the rest of the shit in those context, which are different in everything else, including wifi.
So how is pen tilt even supposed to work? I have an intuos pro and I think it has that functionality, but every tilt sensitive brush I've used is retarded unpredictable and seems to just spaz out. What am I missing?