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    Lidl do a Graphics Tablet - 13 Dec 2012

    This looks pretty funky, especially given the price - £39.99 -and specs: Produktdetails

    Lidl do a Graphics Tablet - 13 Dec 2012-uk_75359_01_b.jpg

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    Specs/Features:


    • For digital writing, drawing and sketching
    • Versatile digital graphics tablet in a trendy slim design (working space approx. 15mm thick) – with convenient USB power supply and extensive software package
    • Much more precise than any mouse – for all standard applications, especially suitable for graphics work and illustration creation
    • Large working space with convenient 16:10 wide-screen format – can be switched to 4:3 standard format for standard monitors
    • Comfortable and helps relieve hand and arm muscles – suitable for right- and left-handed use
    • Cordless stylus pen with 2 programmable keys and pressure-sensitive tip (1024 levels) for precision capture
    • 26 programmable macro keys for frequently used key combinations and direct access to common applications
    • Alternate command entry via 2 dials* – with 5 additional special keys (hotkeys): zoom (larger/smaller), scroll, wide-screen format (16:10), standard format (4:3), volume control
    • Includes stylus holder, 2 replacement tips and metal clip for changing cartridge easily
    • Contents: 1 x graphics tablet, 1 x stylus pen including 1 x AAA battery (1.5V) and stylus holder, 2 x spare cartridges, 1 x metal clip, 2 x software CDs
    • Software Packet: CorelDRAW® Essentials OEM (illustration application with powerful photo editing and layout design), Macro Key Manager (for macro keys profile), Free Notes & Office Ink (handwriting programmes)
    • Specification:
    • Graphic Tablet:
    • Dimensions: approx. 34 x 1.9 x 26cm (W x H x D); Working area: approx. 22.9 x 14cm (diagonal: approx. 26.9cm)
    • Connection: USB
    • Resolution: up to 4000lpi
    • Touch speed: up to 200rps
    • Recognition spacing: max. 10mm for reading, 5mm for writing
    • Input pen
    • Pressure sensitivity: up to 1024 levels
    • Requires AAA battery (1.5V; included)
    • System requirements:
    • PC requirements from Pentium® 3 processor with 800 MHz and USB connection
    • (for CorelDRAW® Essentials OEM: PC with an Intel Pentium® 4 processor, AMD Athlon™ 64, AMD Opteron™ or higher)
    • Graphics card with 256MB memory (512 recommended) and 16-bit colour
    • Windows® XP, Windows Vista® or Windows®7
    • DVD drive for software installation
    • 1 free USB port
    • * The furnished functions are independent from the selected special keys "SCROLL", "ZOOM" or "VOL" and the programme which has been selected and is currently running
    • Stylus pen with holder
    • 2 spare refills and metal clip
    • Large work surface with switchable aspect ratio

    Manual: http://www.lidl-service.com/static/1...N_FI_SV_DA.pdf
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    what...it's a USB device that requires a AAA battery?

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    The pen needs it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box View Post
    The pen needs it.
    How delightfully low tech

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    Graphics tablets suck sooo hard, they blow.

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    No...I love my graphics tablet...but it doesn't need batteries!

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    They were only £19.95 last year

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