I got this thing at the start of quarantine when I didn’t have a job, and desperately needed a hobby. And let me tell you, it did wonders for my anxiety. I’ve always liked drawing and painting, but never got serious enough to build a stock of supplies. So, while I was scouring the internet for fun stuff to distract myself with, I came across this baby. It’s Wacom’s “beginner” model that doesn’t cost $1,000.
Now, despite being an entry-level tablet, it doesn’t seem to be lacking anything too major. A seasoned graphic designer might be able to tell the difference, but I’ve had it for almost a year now and haven’t thought about upgrading at all. Plus, the free design programs it comes with have saved me more than a dime or two on design subscriptions. In comparison to the cost and value of other models I’ve seen, this tablet is a steal.
It comes with a stylus, ten extra nibs, and three design programs.
Get it on Amazon Canada for $98.48.