September 28th 2011 4:59 pm

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MacLife says:

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Eighty dollars isn’t pocket change, but it’s hard not to recommend this starter tablet for anyone who wants to make the switch. It fulfills all of its promises—it just doesn’t make many. quote


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Wired Sep 27, 2011

I can recommend the Bamboo Connect, which only uses the pen for input, to those who are more comfortable with traditional mice than touchscreens or gesture-enabled trackpads. But to the rest of us, the $100 Capture or the $200 Create would be the better fit.

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5.0
PC Mag Dec 13, 2011

The Wacom Bamboo Connect is a low-priced drawing tablet that, sans eraser, feels artificially crippled when compared with the prior version.

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7.0
MacLife Nov 21, 2011

Eighty dollars isn’t pocket change, but it’s hard not to recommend this starter tablet for anyone who wants to make the switch. It fulfills all of its promises—it just doesn’t make many.

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