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    YES!!!... my Wacom came in just now... (UPS took ALL freakin day!!) but it looks AWESOME!! ... sorry ... just so excited I had to say something to someone somewhere... I think I may be in love.... lol... I'll let you all know how its working in a few
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    It is even better than I thought... works like a dream, I highly recommend a Wacom tablet if you are in the market for one... This Intous3 9x12 is the best thing since baked bread. The tablet buttons on the side ... indispensable. both the pen and the mouse are wireless, battery-less and the mouse is ball-free and optic free... you couldn't ask for a better product than this (Well, you could ask, but you are definitely going to spend some $$$)

    Mouse people... Go buy a tablet now... NOW!... quit reading ... go buy it... we'll wait here for you
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    Better yet, go buy the Cintiq...thank me later
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    and if anyone wants to buy me a Cintiq... I'll draw you maps for free -- ForEVER ... a lifetime cartographer at your disposal NOW that's a deal!!
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    Hmmm... I'm actually almost tempted to take you up on that. My games could be awesome with two cartographers churning out the maps, even if one of them is me.
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    lol...I'd probably faint if someone actually took me up on that offer...
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    *hands Delgo a paper towel* Here, wipe up the drool

    Glad to hear you finally got your tablet, maybe some day (if I'm a really good boy), I'll buy myself one.
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    I have to agree with Del. Even a small tablet is better than no tablet. I love my tablet so much that I've begun taking it to work with me. I read an article just yesterday that convinced me that I was doing an exceptionally good thing. It appears that recent research is showing that even ergonomic mice and trackballs are causing long term damage and there is a growing push to move to pen based input devices. This made the Tablet PC makers very happy. I've found that my productivity has gone up a bit since using it at work and the text recognition within M$ Word means that I'm able to scribble down notes and documents and have it all converted to text for me. Now I just worry about writer's cramp. LOL
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    Word has text recognition? .... I gotta check that out .... I got msoffice 07... weeeeee

    See... ergonomically correct to have a tablet... you all now have an excuse to buy one... it's almost like a doctor's order...
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    Yup. It had text recognition starting in Office XP I believe. Works pretty good too. I had both my kids scribble some stuff as well as myself and it recognized everyone's writings with only 1 error for all three sentences.
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