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Genius EasyPen M610


$100.00 Released December, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Well-priced compared to similar competing 6x10 tablets. 1024-level pressure sensitivity makes it useful for more delicate tasks like image editing. Two dozen customizable keys around the edges of the tablet.

The Cons:Lacks some functionality with Macs (can't send handwritten notes to the mail program like in Windows). Only comes with trial versions of photo-editing suites, unlike some competitors. Feels plasticky and seems cheaply made.

The Genius EasyPen M610 is a large 6” x 10” tablet released to trump both the i405 and m406 models. It’s the most expensive, which is why it offers a much-improved 4000 LPI resolution with movement at 200 points per second.

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It does however maintain both unit’s 1024-level pressure sensitivity and the m406’s 100% battery-free design. Another added function is the ability to switch to a 4:3 aspect ratio to fit one’s monitor. Additional features include express keys for scrolling, volume, zooming, brushing, page up/down, eraser, undo; several programmable function buttons; and the ability to edit photos, write digital notes, and play non-action games.

Features

  • Large USB Tablet
  • 100% USB Powered
  • Cordless Pen
  • Ultra-High Resolution
  • Ultra-High movement
  • High Pressure Sensitivity
  • Aspect Ratio Switching
  • Painting Effects
  • Edit Photos
  • Draw/Sketch
  • Digital Signature
  • Handwritten Texting Messaging
  • Handwritten Writing
  • Advanced Functions (Scroll, Zoom, etc)

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Pros
  • 3

    Well-priced compared to similar competing 6x10 tablets.

  • 2

    1024-level pressure sensitivity makes it useful for more delicate tasks like image editing.

  • 1

    Two dozen customizable keys around the edges of the tablet.

Cons
  • 2

    Lacks some functionality with Macs (can't send handwritten notes to the mail program like in Windows).

  • 2

    Only comes with trial versions of photo-editing suites, unlike some competitors.

  • 0

    Feels plasticky and seems cheaply made.

  • 0

    Included mouse and pen require AAA batteries.

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