Subject: Re: Graphics tablets
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On 3/6/2018 6:44 AM, newshound wrote:
> Do any of you guys use them for photo editing?
> I could do with a basic one to use for presentations (instead of a 
> whiteboard / flip chart / OHP) but might it be worth paying more and 
> getting something more suitable for photo or graphics editing? (Not that 
> I do very much of that).

I use my Intuis exclusively for photo editing, and painting over photos. 
  It is a lot easier than making selections with a mouse. For plain 
graphic use you should be able to pick up a Wacom Bamboo used, Or a Star 
should meet your needs. They are about $40