Post your wacom setup

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    Hey everyone I would like to see your wacom setups. Everything is game from bamboo to inkling to cintiq.

    Second generation Wacom 21ux-DTK Cintiq

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    Dayyyum, nice setup. Here's my little one I use for my creative internship.
     

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    you got a internship? congrats man that rocks.
     
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    So, can you use these Wacom tablets as an alternative to a mouse?
     
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    Depending on your monitor setup and the kind of work you're doing, it's not only an alternative, but a much better choice.

    Sometimes I'll connect mine (Intuos3 A4) to one of my computers just for something graphics related, and it'll will stay there for a few days without me even noticing I'm not even using the mouse, until I need to use it on another computer. Also, I usually use only the bottom half in a dual monitor setup and the right-bottom quarter with a single monitor setup (even with my 30"ACD). The top half is where I put the keyboard so that it's always next to my hand.
    It's great for everything graphics related, but also as a general pointing device, and with some imagination (shortcuts, macros, keyboard placement) can even get into things more technical, where a mouse is the norm.
     
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    I only have one display, a 13" MBA. And no, I'm not a designer but a software dev.
     
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    It could still work as a big trackpad depending on which you get, but i'm not so sure you'll really need it. I think the bamboo would work the best for you, multitouch support and I think it has 4 assignable keys as well.

    What kind of software development do you do? If it has anything to do with 3d it could also help
     
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    Through Xcode. iOS development. Oh sorry for the out of topic by the way.
     
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