4X3 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet
    Product # 5551
    4X3 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet
    Product # 5551
    $23.92
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    4X3 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet

    Unleash your inner artist!
    This precision tool of graphic artist, illustrators and draftsmen allows you to gain precise control of your cursor to draw more accurately and efficiently reducing the chance of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injuries).  Great for whiteboard demonstrations, document annotation, free hand illustration and use in conjunction with a wide array of graphic arts, photo editiing and publishing software.
    Easy to install, easy to use and spectacular results.
     
    Note that this tablet is compatible with Mac OS X. However, the bonus software included with the tablet is incompatible with both Mac OS X and Windows 7.
    Overall Dimensions: 6.5x7
     
    • 1024 pressure sensitivity levels.
    • 2540 LPI resolution for pinpoint accuracy.
    • 100 RPS report rate for speed.
       
      Pen tablet software included:
      Annotation for Word - Modify word processor documents in freehand.
      PenCommander - Run any program or menu command from the tablet.
      PenSigner - Insert signatures or drawings into documents.
      PenMail - Compose and send handwritten e-mail messages.
      PenNotice - Capture screen shots, create annotation of pages in MS Office or Whiteboard.

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    4.3 / 5.0
    382 Reviews
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    Awesome Product
    Awesome product. Read the pro's. that is the review

    PROS: I am an online math tutor. It has been great using it on the online whiteboard to write equations. Once you get used to it, it becomes incredibly easy to use and you don't have to think about it. For what I needed, spending any more money would have been ridiculous. I am really happy and thankful I found this site.

    CONS: none.
    July 21, 2015
    Sturdy and surprisingly sensitive!
    I bought this tablet when my Wacom Intuos 5 touch tablet (a $200 product) started to flake out on me after only half a year of purchase. Being as my previous bamboo tablet had had many issues, and that I knew a lot of friends who were fed up with Wacon, I decided to give monoprice tablets a try.
    I bought the smallest size tablet intending it to be a portable tablet, and it works like a dream. Even though I've sent in my Intuos for repairs and it works again, I haven't touched it since receiving this one in the mail. Despite its small size (easily half the active area of an Intuos5 touch small) I feel that it's doubly more reactive and sensitive to pressure. Due to the digitizer of the tablet, there is no lag or delay such as on Wacom tablets. The customization of the shortcuts is great, too. I was able to change the "internet explorer" button to open chrome, for example.
    The pen itself doesn't have an eraser and works on a battery, but I find the weight contributed by the battery to be helpful in simulating real drawing utensils, and the trade off of sensitivity for the eraser and price is really no biggie to me. The fact that I'm much happier with a $20-30 product astounds me, as usually you get what you pay for, and I've even bought extras to give to my friends who are unable to afford tablets as gifts.

    PROS: Sensitive and reactive, good size for a portable or lap tablet, price puts big names like wacom to shame, easy installation

    CONS: None
    June 16, 2013
    Unbelieveable
    I bought this (4x3 tablet) because I am no artist, draftsman, or any other related tradesman. The price was right for what I needed to do. I'm a carpenter and that's being generous. Anyways, I bought this to use in Photoshop and the thing arrrived today. I have no experience whatsoevr with tablets except the writing paper kind. I had no idea what to expect, so I'd been furiously searching the internet for information since I ordered it. I'm utterly amazed with this product.

    Since I have no prior experience, I can't compare it to a Wacom or a Bamboo or any other tablet. I can, however, tell yu that this thing is well worth the money I spent on it. I had no idea that I wouldn't even need to contact the surface of the tablet with my pen to initiate contact. That's how sensitive the thing is. The pen doesn't feel clumsy, but that might be genetic and I'm unable to tell. Installation was a breeze...I just loaded the driver(Windows 7/32 bit) and away I went. I opened PS and PS recognized the input device immediately. I'm writing this after having "tested" this for the last hour and a half. The only thing I'm disappointed in is the LED ON light doesn't work. So what? Run, don't walk, to your financial advisor and buy this. Unless you're a snob, and need the status of a Wacom or whatever. Throwing money away isn't trendy.

    Unreal. Thank you Monoprice.

    PROS: It does what a tablet is supposed to.

    CONS: None, that I'm aware of.
    May 20, 2013
    fast
    i only just got this and was wondering if there is a way to make it less sensitive. I am on an iMac 10.8.4
    June 14, 2013
    Wacom, you are in trouble....
    Monoprice did an email blast on this tablet, I was super skeptical about a $23 unit but decided to give it a shot. I considered the Wacom (bamboo) unit a while back but wasn't amazed with it in the store if it had worked as well as this little monoprice unit I probably would have paid the $200 for it back then.
    This little guy is amazing! The movements are much more natural and accurate than the best mouse I've used. the small pad means less wrist movement to accomplish the same task- I don't think I'd like the work surface any larger. Quick keys around the edges are nice, I wish they were all user-defined so I could set them to all the ctrl keys I use regularly- but you do get 2 user-defined buttons so that's something. The best part of this tablet is the reduced strain on my body- using a pen is much more natural ergonomically and I feel the difference in my wrist, neck and back. Good call Monoprice! Now just make sure you keep those pen tips in stock so I'm not out of luck in 2 years.

    PROS: super sensitive, amazing pressure sensitivity. Reacts much more intuitively than other writing tablets. Small enough to be portable, nice weight on the pen.

    CONS: not wireless :( that's about it.
    August 2, 2013
    5/5
    A fantastic graphics tablet for the price, you get your full money's worth! Great tablet for digital artists of all levels.

    PROS: Sturdy, portable, tucks away nicely in a purse or laptop bag pocket, functions great in standard photo editors and drawing programs. Plus you look cool using it, and that's always a plus.
    July 18, 2012
    It's not the most precise, but for this price it's amazing.
    Great for the price.

    PROS: Price

    CONS: Not the best precision-wise.
    Works wonderfully for my needs.
    Wonderful little tablet, this is my first tablet and I look forwards to saving up for the competitor for the Cintque, as Monoprice has wonderful quality in their graphics tablets. Cheap - which as a young person stuck on welfare - isn't always about quality, as my graphics tablet has endured several hours of practice and abuse trying to help it stay away from the bad case of bedbugs we had. It's still working fine, and now that I'm using it again, has reduced strain on my hands, as having tendonitis will cause more pain in using a mouse then a tablet.



    Overall, wonderful.



    (though any tips from the admins to how to effectively clean your tablet without having to freeze it or treat it with corrosive alcohol because bedbugs?)

    PROS: Simple, easy to use, with nice installation, and works with SAI wonderfully.

    CONS: Need work around to get pressure sensitivity on PhotoShop, and for XP SP3 gives you installation pop-ups for drivers (generic windows drivers, ignore those).
    December 14, 2013
    5/5
    it's so small and cute and portable i just really love it.
    I"m so happy my first tablet is my monoprice tablet.

    PROS: small
    portable
    easy to install

    CONS: the pen needs a battery
    December 31, 2012
    Amazing Product & Price
    Light weight, easy to use and understand, simple to install, works great with all programs gimp, sai, PS, paint, etc. The price was outstanding, and the pressure sensitivity is amazing. This was my first tablet and I also spoke with CS and they answered all my questions. It arrived on time and in perfect condition.

    PROS: Light weight, easy to use and understand, simple to install, works great with all programs gimp, sai, PS, paint, etc. The price was outstanding, and the pressure sensitivity is amazing. This was my first tablet and I also spoke with CS and they answered all my questions. It arrived on time and in perfect condition.

    CONS: NONE! Perfect!
    June 20, 2013
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