The mobile world might finally get exciting again in In mouse mode, the tablet reverts to relative positioning, and the cursor moves as with any mouse. You can place a photo or a piece of art under it for easy tracing–a handy feature for artists. Wacom offers toll-free phone support from 7: Regular computer users who suffer from repetitive strain injuries–heck, anyone interested in a different way to work–will also appreciate its ease of use. With similar sensitivity and resolution levels, we found that the performance of the Bluetooth version was comparable with that of the CTE , the flagship of the Graphire 4 series. Our Verdict Handy but why bother with Bluetooth for something like this?

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The Graphire’s start-up guide offers instructions on how to set up on both Macs and Windows machines, but it gives little Bluetooth troubleshooting advice. Nevertheless, the CTEBT delivered an entirely different experience, based largely on its wireless status.

The Good Offers Bluetooth connectivity; includes comprehensive software gra;hire intuitive and easy to use; two configurable buttons. The double-ended pen slots neatly into the back of the tablet and provides a nib and eraser tip.

An excellent option for those specifically looking for a wireless tablet. In mouse mode, the tablet reverts to relative positioning, and the cursor moves as with any mouse. Handy but why bother with Bluetooth for something like this? View our privacy policy graphirf signing up. We did find that there wasn’t graohire room for our hands gaphire trying to fill in details on the far edges of the active area, but on the whole, the balance between size and comfort seems to have been well optimised.


Because the tablet recognizes the pen’s movement up to a quarter inch above the actual tablet surface, drawing and writing accurately takes some practice and requires deliberate movements; but the pen is graphore sensitive and accurate. The tablet has two programmable buttons that can open files, launch programs, or perform keystrokes.

We’ve changed, we promise. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. The mouse has three programmable buttons: Is there any need to do away with wires if you’re using the tablet next to your Mac anyway?

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After the lbuetooth setup, the computer’s Bluetooth consistently recognized the tablet if it was in range–within approximately 30 feet. This is not to say that the tablet itself is in any way deficient in its performance, only that it distinguishes itself through other means.

The Graphire for Bluetooth comes with a one-year limited warranty for the hardware. Bandersnatch is here to cap a twisted We can’t guarantee the Logitech M mouse will boost your productivity, but at this price The Blustooth setup, however, is a bit more problematic–it took us a few attempts to connect using the Bluetooth Setup Wizard on our PC. Cons Slight lag, Pricey. The mouse, the pen, and the tablet have buttons that you can configure using the intuitive Pen Tablet Properties control panel, which installs along with the driver.

A more detailed user manual is included on the installation CD.


Wacom Graphire Bluetooth 6 X 8-inch Tablet CTE630BT

It’s thin, light weight, with a very simplistic and convenient button blueooth. Our Verdict Handy but why bother with Bluetooth for something like this? Both the pen and the mouse have their own operating modes to which the tablet adjusts its sensitivity accordingly. And, unlike some other sets, such as the Adesso CyberTabletneither the pen nor the mouse requires batteries of their own.

The mobile bluftooth might finally get exciting again in The Grwphire Bluetooth is tricky to set up; expensive. If you feel the need, you can use the mouse that comes bundled. Review Sections Review Prices Specs. There’s a rocker button on the pen as well as two buttons on the tablet, which are also programmable. Once the Graphire’s battery is fully charged, you can use it without the limitations of cords, and it comes with no wired hook-ups, so if you don’t have Bluetooth, this isn’t the tablet set for you.

The tablet’s active area, which is 6 inches by 8 inches, is covered by a removable plastic panel.

The mouse also works only on the tablet pad and moves by touch, which creates slightly more resistance while sliding the mouse over the tablet than when using a typical optical mouse on a desk.