CyberTablet T10 - 8 x 6 in. Slim Graphic Tablet
Windows 10, 8, 7 Mac OSX 10.6 and above
Perfect for art, business, presentations, and projects, Adesso CyberTablet T10 is an advanced graphic tablet that offers both PC and Mac users superior cursor control, greater productivity and higher efficiency. CyberTablet T10 features 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity to imitate the subtelties of a brush stroke and other writing tools, while its multiple programmable hot keys provide various shortcuts to commonly used computer tasks. Plus, the 8” X 6” drawing area allows increased precision and detail. This high quality graphic tablet is ideal for document annotation, free hand illustrations, graphic design, whiteboard presentations, or generally more precise cursor control. The CyberTablet T10 also includes bundled software so you can draw, edit photos, annotate and mark up documents using MS Office, create digital signatures, and create handwritten emails. Work like a pro and discover all the benefits the CyberTablet T10 has to offer!
2048 Levels of Pressure Sensitivity
Create your masterpiece artwork using the CyberTablet T10’s 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity which can imitate the subtleties of a brush stroke or a pencil. The CyberTablet T10 also offers 5080 LPI resolution and 230 RPS report rate, providing a quick response.
5080 LPI Resolution
The CyberTablet T10 offers 5080 LPI resolution and 230 RPS report rate, providing a quick response.
18 Programmable Hot Keys
Multiple hot keys give you quick access to open, cut, paste, save, undo, redo, and print. You also have the flexibility to program these keys to any other commonly used tasks.
8" x 6" Wide Working Area
Enjoy a 8” x 6” working area that automatically adjusts to your wide screen monitor and provides you with a spacious drawing area, so you can control every detail.
0.25 " Thin, Slim Size
The CyberTablet T10’s slim size makes it easy to draw and write as well as easy to store and carry.
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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 26 April, 2016.
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