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    Lightbulb Itablet + ArtRage 3.

    A good combination or not?

    A few questions.
    Can you install the Mac OS AR3 on the Itablet?
    Is the Itablet fast enough for AR3?
    Is 10" not too small for AR3?

    But..
    How nice is an OLED screen with AR3!
    Cheaper than the Wacom Cintig!
    Finger painting!


    What do you think?
    Possible or not ,an good idea or should it never work.

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    Look at it how beautiful.
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    Michal
    2 questions for you

    1. Is that really the Apple iTablet in the photograph?
    2. and if it is, when was it released to the consumer population?

    or are you a beta tester for the product?

    Just curious

    Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by PICASO41 View Post
    Michal
    2 questions for you

    1. Is that really the Apple iTablet in the photograph?
    -The orginal photo what i use is fake.
    -But i dont know how it looks like.

    2. and if it is, when was it released to the consumer population?
    -The media is thinking that Steve Jobs introduce the Itable on 28 januari.
    -But nothing is sure.

    or are you a beta tester for the product?
    -Im just an Apple fan boy nothing more.

    Just curious
    -No problem

    Mike
    Kind regards,
    Michal

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    No, it's edited photo

    Edit: Seconds late lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borilius View Post
    No, it's edited photo
    Gimp rules...

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    Michal,

    Your pictured sure fooled me!

    Here's an article on it.
    http://finance.yahoo.com/family-home...et-at-the-door

    I draw on a Fujitsu Lifebook T-4220 pen enabled laptop tablet PC (has Wacom built in). I really, really like it BUT I'm a Mac person for sure! It's great to be able to do your digital art anywhere and not be tied down to your desk. A portable Mac "for the road" would (will) be "the cat's meow"!!!

    Can't wait 'till it comes out!

    Joanne

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachpony View Post
    ...I'm a Mac person for sure! It's great to be able to do your digital art anywhere and not be tied down to your desk. A portable Mac "for the road" would (will) be "the cat's meow"!!!

    Can't wait 'till it comes out!

    Joanne
    Joanne,

    There's already a "mac" Tablet. It's called a Modbook. It's made by Axiotron who is an Apple authorized partner. I have one and love it. No keyboards, no cables, no break-out boxes. Check out the link below...

    www.axiotron.com

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    That looks cool, and good to have options after we get a look at the actual apple product, but what I was really happy to see was "quickscripts" the software that will let you add handwritten script. I hate putting the Wacom down and go back to the keyboard! The actual version is due soon, the beta one is free for the moment.
    "If I could only learn to be humble, I would be so proud." Author Unknown.

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    I'm a habitual printer and rarely "handwrite" anything so Quickscripts isn't a big deal for me. Most Modbook users keep a small bluetooth keyboard handy. It's amazing how fast some people can type with just one hand.

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