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Okay, this thing is pretty new, considering I bought it fresh just a couple months ago from Fry's. Worked fine for a while. But now it has this weird glitch; whenever I move the tablet's USB cord the slightest while drawing, the tablet disconnects for about a second or two, then reconnects to the computer again (mind you the USB is still firm in the socket this whole time, a slight wiggle shouldn't throw it off). This, as you can imagine, really pisses me off.
P.S. If you could, please don't immediately recommend I use their customer service. I want to see if there's an easy solution here before getting their help.
At 5/29/12 07:55 PM, Benji wrote: Buy the nice super expensive ones or don't expect top-notch quality.
This was eighty U.S. dollars.
At 5/29/12 07:56 PM, T3XT wrote:At 5/29/12 07:55 PM, Benji wrote: Buy the nice super expensive ones or don't expect top-notch quality.This was eighty U.S. dollars.
My first considerably crappy one was $200. Eighty dollars is probably the cheapest tablet I've EVER heard of.
If you pay $80 for a tablet, you're going to get 80 dollars worth of tablet; you are going to be stuck with a worthless piece of plastic.
At 5/29/12 08:04 PM, Gambit wrote: Prices have gone down. Wacom Bamboo is a very good purchase. Stop trying to be snub when you're really poor slob.
A) I'm just trying to point out the obvious: you get your moneys worth
B) I'm not a poor slob. Better yet, I OWN the cintiq I linked him to.
At 5/29/12 08:14 PM, CockGobbler wrote: You own a several thousand dollar waste of money. Big fucking deal. You are not rich for owning something worth 2500 dollars. My parents own a house, they are not rich.
You are probably a poor slob.
I never said I was rich, but I'm not a poor slop. Would you like me to photograph my house, or shove a gold bar up my ass? The first one I can actually show you.
At 5/29/12 08:23 PM, CockGobbler wrote: I don't want to see your house, but I want to see you with a gold bar up your ass.
OT, the cintiq is not a waste of money at all... if anything it's the best purchase you can make if you want a good tablet. And if, as you say, 2500 for a piece of junk can still be gained by a 'poor slob' then you should definitely got one; I've never had a single issue with it.
It's really an entirely different experience from having a separate appliance for a tablet. Drawing on the screen and being able to swivel it feels amazing and improves your ability to draw innumerably.
At 5/29/12 08:30 PM, CockGobbler wrote: But it's more expensive than the majority of computers. Sounds like a waste of money to me.
Expensive? Poor snobs can afford it by your logic!
and believe me when I say, it's worthevery penny.
At 5/29/12 08:04 PM, Gambit wrote: Try different USB ports? Your computer might be the problem. I have the same Wacom Bamboo tablet you have, and I have 0 problems with it. Nein, nada.
Other than that, make sure you disable "Hold to right click" in the Tablet options.
Tried changing ports to no avail :(