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Which Drawing Tablet To Buy for Beginners & Professional Artists

I just found this on YouTube. Gonna watch it now and then come back and post my thoughts on any potential winners for me to look into. The video runs about 18 minutes. Not sure it's gonna hit everything out there. But it's a start. My criteria for what I will eventually get is that it has to be a Touch Tablet (that means on Bamboo or Intuos Graphite, which I got years ago and hated). The other criteria is that the tablet has to be able to run Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Painter, After Affects and Premiere, Art Rage. What really p*ssed me off about the SP3 Demo when they brought up the guy from Adobe to "show off" what it could do is that he didn't do sh*t. He thinks that using your fingers to pinch and expand the canvas and rotate is enough to sell me on it. When he "drew" on the tab, all he did was  scribble with no line weight. That guy should be shot.
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