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Thread: Artrage with a tablet

  1. #1
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    Red face Artrage with a tablet

    Does anyone know if the Genius Tablet 8 x6, works in windows 7? How do you use Artrage with a tablet? Does it show up on the tablet?

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    Though i don't really like google,it comes to the rescue(again)

    http://www.geniusnet.com/wSite/ct?xI...tNode=174&mp=1

    Hans

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    Thankyou!!

    I've seen that. It doesn't say Windows 7, but after doing a second Google search, and going into the Microsoft website, I found it to be a compatible object. If the website had stated that, I'd not have posted here. So, I emailed the company and asked....now, the hard part is going to be to find one local, cause I'll not buy it until I can see it.

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    Thumbs up

    Have you considered a wacom FUN tablet? awsome and very afforadble.

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    Wacum

    well, I just started looking. I'll see how much they are. Wacum seems to be a good brand.

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    It doesn't?
    try the specifications tab found here(it's the same page though)
    http://www.geniusnet.com/wSite/ct?xI...tNode=174&mp=1

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    Thanks

    I swear, that wasn't there until after I emailed them this morning. Woot!!

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    Seems like the others are helping you out with the Windows 7 compatibility question, so I'll touch on the other part of your question.

    Most of the tablets I'm familiar with do not have a screen on them. The tablet pad plugs into the computer using a USB port, and it detects the pens movement over it, while what is drawn can be seen on the computer screen (see attached image below). Although, I have seen some tablets that have a screen on them, but they were far to expensive for me to consider, so I didn't really read up on them.


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    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Maybe the web-page didn't load correctly before
    At least now you know it works on win7,actually it only works on winOS-systems.

    Hans

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    thanks

    That's pretty cool. I have a Pulse Smartpen for note taking. I work from home, and they train us during phone conferences, so I record the conferences. The paper is too expensive to use it as a sketch pad.

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