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Old 10-08-2007, 06:07 AM   #9
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It's the Graphire CTE-630BT.

The felt-based mouse just glides across the surface of the tablet, although it does use the absolute settings of the pen if you don't change the parameters.

So you can use the pen or the mouse and the mouse is much nicer than the Apple mouse, which is much sexier to look at. Even if it does resemble a slug.
Ah. My first Wacom had that sort of mouse. (Can’t remember what sort it was, but it was in their early days, and it may have been just a plain old Wacom.)

I have the wireless slug you describe with the laptop, but my main problem is the length of time it takes to notice the computer. The side buttons are problematical, but only when I am able to use the thing!

   
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