I've been following the discussion of Wacom tablets with great
interest. My wife has a birthday coming up. She has a collection of over
125,000 flower photographs which she mostly likes to view on a Windows
XP computer with two widescreen monitors. I am thinking of presenting
her with a Wacom tablet since she loves photography so much. Would this
make sense for her? Her drawing skills are better than mine but she has
no formal graphics education.
Would a Wacom also be of use to someone like me, I'm just a software
developer, but I was wondering if I could connect a Wacom to a TV and
draw diagrams right on the Wacom which could then show on TV. Or am I
off base there? I too have a small photo collection which I like to
organize and edit heavily, mostly for practical how-to type wiki posts.
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