While graphic artists have been using tablets for years, digicam-obsessed consumers are still a new market, and Wacom is now trying to move into that virgin territory with their Graphire4 line, a series of consumer-oriented tablets that will ship (at least in some configurations) with Photoshop Elements and other end-user-friendly software, as well as in three different colors: silver, white and metallic blue. The tablet also includes programmable buttons and a scroll wheel, to make it easier for users to navigate and access software functions without having to swap input devices. Prices start at $99 for a 4-inch x 5-inch version; a 6-inch x 8-inch version is $199.
Wacom to go after consumers with Graphire4 tablets
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