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06/18/2009 10:14:52 AM · #1
Digipro tablet on sellout.woot
Not anything high end, but might be nice if you wanted to try one out without a big investment. I also remembered there is a tablet side challenge starting up. I think I have one of these I bought from them a year ago, if my wife has not lost it.

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06/18/2009 10:37:18 AM · #2
Thanks Yo_Spiff. I've been wanting for a while and thought this would be a good one to tryout. Do you get commissions? Lol
06/18/2009 10:43:45 AM · #3
Thanks for the post. I've been wanting a small tablet for a while and this seems like a good time to try one out.

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06/18/2009 11:02:04 AM · #4
Originally posted by Tammer:

Do you get commissions? Lol

Nah, they don't even give me free t-shirts. I did get a free laser level though. When I bought that tablet, they sent me the laser level by accident. When I contacted them, they sent me the tablet and told me to keep the level. I usually get my orders quickly, frequently getting the item before the e-mail telling me it has been shipped. Living across town from them may have something to do with that.
06/18/2009 11:31:54 AM · #5
Here is the side challenge thread. It's quite a group so far.

06/18/2009 11:54:35 AM · #6
God bless Woot. I think ill check this out just to see if I like tablets.
06/18/2009 12:39:14 PM · #7
Not to be a wet blanket, but after reading the reviews on this tablet, I'd be a little hesitant. I was about to grab one so I'd have a bigger tablet (I have the smaller 4x6-ish Wacom Bamboo now), but after seeing what people have said about this tablet, I'm not going to bother.

Everyone is different, and your mileage may vary, but adapting to using at tablet is a bit of a trick, and I'd be afraid this might turn you *off* of using tablets altogether, if you run into the same problems and usability issues others have seen. Of course, otherwise, it might just make you appreciate upgrading to a better tablet that much more.

I'm not a tablet expert by any means, but I'm just sayin'... Check out the comments at woot, as well as amazon, newegg, etc. before you buy. Even at that cheap, you might be causing yourself more stress than any savings is worth.
06/18/2009 01:39:17 PM · #8
Well, I guess I'll find out the hard way, because I just ordered one.

I saw the following review, and since I don't have multiple monitors and don't mind a scratching noise, I hope it will be suitable for me.

DigiPro Tablet Review (About.com)
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