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graphics tablet

An input device which, by sensing pressure, translates the position of a pen or pointer on a special pad into a digital signal for a computer, allowing the user to draw shapes onto the screen and into the memory.
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It is flexible when it comes to workstation interfaces, connecting with a large range of USB devices including mice, keyboards, touch screens, jog shuttles, graphics tablets, joysticks and 3D explorers, and also has a local feed through port.
The prizes include a holiday to Cyprus for two, Apple ipads, professional art kits, cameras, and graphics tablets.
In Section Two, artists and researchers from diverse backgrounds describe current creative projects in areas such as holography, graphics tablets for fine art, and information visualization.
The placement of computer accessories, such as external storage devices, copy holders, mice, graphics tablets and CAD/CAM input devices.
While graphics tablets are not as easy to use as tablet PCs, for smaller jobs that require a limited amount of inputting, they offer a very low-cost (often less than $100) option.
com WACOM, makers of graphics tablets for professionals, have launched the Volito, a low-priced set for the home user consisting of a stylish, black, transparent tablet, a pressure sensitive pen, a ball-free mouse and six software packages.
Wacom graphics tablets are now owned by more than 2,000,000 photographers, artists and other computer users worldwide.
I have used graphics tablets in the past, and they were OK, but they really did not mimic the feel of traditional tools.
The new USB devices included printers, graphics tablets and storage devices.
Examples include electronic blackboards and white boards, lap boards or graphics tablets, freeze-frame (slow-scan) television and the newer computer-based systems.
The switcher supports the DVI graphics interface (DVI-D) and, depending on the device, USB-driven human interface devices (HIDs) such as keyboards/mouses, touch screens, graphics tablets, and barcode readers.
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