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    Graphics tablet

    Looking to buy one of these as a present. Don't want to spend a fortune as I'm not entirely sure whether they'll be into it, but at the same time I don't want one which is useless. Any suggestions?

    I think my budget will only stretch to an A5 one, they're pricey!

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    Dabs have these on a special price for education if you can get teh school to allow you to buy it through them!
    dabs.com - Wacom Intuos4 Small - EDUCATION ONLY (PTK-440-EN)

    I'm looking to get Paul (SYSMAN) a larger one to help in his work for us

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    Why would it be on dabs.com if it was education only that's their retail site, dabs4work.com aka btbusiness site is for businesses.

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    They come from student software, You're supposed to be able to supply a valid Uni/college email address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    Don't want to spend a fortune as I'm not entirely sure whether they'll be into it, but at the same time I don't want one which is useless. Any suggestions?
    Weren't Lidl selling them at one point?

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    No idea? That one is a bit pricey DB. They're just starting out.

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    The Wacom CTF420 is small but very good and works well.

    WACOM Volito2 USB Windows | CTF-420/G-EN

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    Wacom Bamboo One - Digitizer, stylus - Wired - USB

    Wacom Bamboo One, A5 size and very nicely put together.

    My Girlfriend uses one for doing various bits of art/design work.

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