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Old 10-07-2005, 04:31 PM   #1
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Default WHAT IS A TABLET ????

Hello everyone.

Our senior brother Mr Mt. Mckinely announced about the prizes to be given for the july/august contest.

After looking at the prizes, i was curious to see something like a laptop with a mouse and a pen... which is called a wacom tablet!

What is this? is it a laptop? If yes then with which processor? The thing is quite slim and sleek, and is very appealing!

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It basically a digital piece of paper which allow you to draw directly to the software package, say Photoshop or Painter insted of using a mouse. A must for digital concept/texture artists.
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one of the standard tools of the industry. As mentioned, it's a pen input device that allows for more natural sketching, painting, etc directly into the computer as opposed to a clunky mouse.
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