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Genius MousePen 8x6


$100.00 Released November, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:User programmable hotkey areas around the edge are very useful and reliable. Good compatibility with a wide range of programs, not much that won't work right. Small footprint takes up minimal room on the desk.

The Cons:Batteries in the pen are often drained upon receipt, need replacing before it will work for the first time. Ships with older drivers on a disk that don't work quite right on many systems, need to download from website. Pressure sensitivity setup in Photoshop needs to be done exactly correctly or it won't work.

The Genius MousePen 8x6 is a basic low-cost pen tool for the PC home user. It features an 8 x 6 inch working area where the cursor can be controlled by using the included cordless pen. The pen has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity, allowing line thickness to be controlled by the amount of pressure placed on the pen itself.

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A cordless 3-button mouse with a scrollwheel is also included for browsing the web and general system navigation. PenSuite is included that allows the annotation of a variety of documents, as well as advanced functionality when giving presentations. Corel Painter is also included, which gives users a fun and easy way to draw pictures.

Features

  • 8 in x 6 in working area
  • 1024-level pressure sensitivity
  • Annotate various document types
  • Cordless mouse with scrollwheel
  • Cordless pen
  • PenSuite, Corel Painter included
  • Supports Windows 2003/XP/Me/2000/98

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    user programmable hotkey areas around the edge are very useful and reliable

  • 1

    good compatibility with a wide range of programs, not much that won't work right

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    small footprint takes up minimal room on the desk

  • 1

    excellent value product for the price

Cons
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    batteries in the pen are often drained upon receipt, need replacing before it will work for the first time

  • 1

    ships with older drivers on a disk that don't work quite right on many systems, need to download from website

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    pressure sensitivity setup in Photoshop needs to be done exactly correctly or it won't work

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    hotkey buttons all look the same, hard to remember which does what

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