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Yep, that’s about how I feel most of the time…
Hehe, so true. I’ve found that it’s much easier if I hold the tablet in my lap like I’m reading a book and only look at the screen.
What I dont understand about those pads is why not just get a touchscreen? then you actually see where your hand is on the screen!
Because the cartoon isn’t actually true, the tablets are pressure sensitive, and touchscreens are awkward if you have a big desktop monitor.
Touchscreens and touchscreen computers alike cost way more than a tablet. A good Bamboo tablet only costs $90.
You could always get one of the high end graphics tablets from Wacom that feature an lcd display built right into the tablet so it’s more like drawing on regular paper in many ways.
Tsundoku is a Japanese word that means “the act of piling a purchased but unread book, typically with a pile of other purchased but unread books”.
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