• Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
  • Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI
Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI

Turcom TS-6608 Graphic Tablet Drawing Tablets and Pen/Stylus for PC Mac Computer 8 x 6 Inches Surface Area 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, 5080 LPI

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  • Pro Graphics Design Art Pad for Artists, Students, Graphic Designers. Use it as a digital pen or for Manga, Anime, Photo Editing, Sketching, Drawing, Industrial Architectural Design, Writing, Signing
  • Compatible with Corel Painter, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, Macromedia Flash, ComicStudio, SAI, Infinite Stratos, 3D MAX, Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic ZBrushand, sketchbook
  • 2,048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity allows precise variations in line width and opacity or unique brush effects. Comes with wireless digital pen and pen holder. The pen uses 1 AAA battery.
  • Active Are of 8 inches by 6 inches provides you a sensitive platform to show your talent and creativity. Resolution: 5080 Lines Per Inch (LPI), Report Rate Speed (RPS): 200.
  • Compatible with Windows and Mac, Macbook Pro. Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10/ Mac OS 10.8.0/10.10.0 or higher. Amazon Prime eligible. Buy with confidence. We provide around the clock customer support.

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Returned the product when it never powered on I returned my product after it did not work. I installed the software and plugged it in, but it never turned on and my mouse quit working after plugging it in. I tried changing USB ports with multiple different combinations for my keyboard/mouse/speakers/tablet, between front and back, 2.0 and 3.0, but nothing worked. I contacted their customer service, but they told me I could only contact Amazon for help. Amazon couldn't provide any technical support, but they made it very easy for me to return it for a full refund.All I could find online was that this product MAY incorrectly use the USB port for drawing more power than is meant to be pulled. I was really bummed that it didn't work for me and am hesitant to try purchasing a different tablet. It may be my PC, but it is only a year old so I won't be replacing it anytime soon. 2Great Tablet, Terrible Pen The tablet itself is fantastic. I've owned it for almost three years with no issues. It's sturdy, durable, and responsive. (Although occasionally it can be a bit sensitive, it's not too much of an issue). All of my problems are because of the pen. The pens are flimsy, cheap, and poorly designed. I'm not terribly rough with my pens, but I've broken two of them so far.Overall, I really like this product. It's great as a first tablet, especially for a beginner artist who's not quite ready to commit to a more expensive tablet. The price is great for what you get, as long as you don't mind purchasing a bunch of replacement pens. If it weren't for the pens, I would give this product my full recommendation. It's fantastic for the price though!PS: I have used this tablet with the art programs Manga Studio 5 and Paint Tool Sai. I do not know how well it will work with other programs. 4Cool product, but I wish the instructions were more helpful. I am a beginner to art and drawing tablets and after some research I settled on this product. It arrived on time and was appropriately packaged.The tablet itself is of a comfortable size and is surprisingly thin. The pen comes with two buttons where your thumb rests. The tablet connects to your PC with a decent length USB cord. Additionally, it comes with a little pod with some replacement tips for the pen.In practice, it handles really well. It is responsive and sensitive. I would have given it 5 stars, but the product is packaged with a poor, lackluster instructions manual, and a CD when many computers (like my own) do not have disc drives. I had to download the software online and while it worked, there is a program which can change the pen sensitivity seen in the manual that I have yet to find. This poor manual makes me feel as though there are some features I am missing out on, like that software; how to use the hotkeys lining the tablet surface and how to program the pen's buttons. It also did not respond when I tried to use it with Sai, a free drawing program, but a computer restart fixed that.Overall, for its price I am pleased with what I received. The replacement tips were a nice surprise and it handles well after the initial hassle of set-up. I have no other tablet experience to compare this to, but overall I give this product 4 stars. It is inexpensive and basic, which is perfect for my needs. 4First tablet, Start of a beautiful friendship. I'm and artist on Deviantart, I do my own style of Japanese Anime and such and I knew I wanted a tablet when I saw some shading things my friends did, But the problem was most tablets I looked at were almost 199.99 dollars. That is something I just don't have alot of the time, And it's alot of money to ask my mother for.But low and behold around christmas this tablet dropped down to 39.99, That is something I am completely willing to pay any day..But y'know what?As far as I can tell this tablet is worth it's sale price.As people have mentioned in the comments it is a Huion, But I looked up what one it was and it's just as expensive. It's incredibly responsive and I tend to use it for shading and sketching on Photoshop CS4, I have recently upgraded to CS6 but I found that my tablet doesn't seem to like that as much, But I do believe it's just a computer error and that I need to sync them together better and the like.It's a nice drawing space, I was worried it was too small but it really isn't. And one of my favorite features are the sides, You'll notice when it arrives it has a bunch of little oval shapes up and down the side, Well once you install the drivers and everything, Look in the tablet's menu and you'll find out that you can set programs to boot while holding on those circles, There's about 16 of them. I so far have only set Photoshop and Itunes but I plan on setting the rest of my adobe programs and Paint.net to them as well.I really have nothing bad to say... ^^ 5Great drawing tablet! As good or better than pricey drawing tabs!! We have been very pleased with this little tablet. My older daughter has a more expensive one and this competes nicely. There is no program with it exactly, but a web search will tell you what to download and it worked awesome. Some others had listed the programs my older daughter came in and downloaded for this tab. It seems to be fairly durable as well. The older daughter was a little in envy of the daughter who received this tablet, and toyed with the idea of buying this to accompany her Wacom bamboo! I find it impressive that all my daughters have a use for it. The 16 year old it was bought for of course draws with it. The 14 has borrowed it for a signature and the 4 year old hi-jacks it for drawing or to use as a mouse on her games. I will replace if something happens to it and may buy more just because it works so well. If I were to compare it to a more pricey tablet already in my home it came out better. One big draw for my older daughter was that this tablet had more pressure points, I think that means it handled detail maybe even better than her more expensive one. 5The best drawing tablet I ever used for under 100$. Omg... This tablet is great so far. I hope it lasts a few years. I was skeptical about this at first seeing it online and reviews. I was frustrated with my other drawing tablet the intuos pen and touch with 1024 pressure sensitivity. Didn't have the budget to upgrade to Intuos pro edition was looking for a alternative and so far its amazing. The results I got from my first try and drawing felt so much better and natural over the wacom I couldn't believe it. If your a artist with little tablet skills the Turcom 6608 does a stellar job on making it feel organic so to say. The pressure sensitivity feels like a pencil I'm still shocked its only 40 bucks. I only used on Manga Studio 5 and seems to be working just fine. Just download the drivers from Turcom.com for whatever setup you have I skipped the CD it come with and installed the drivers from the site. I hope it keeps up because now I'm empowered to draw without feeling off with the wacom. I highly suggest you try a Turcom before shelling 299$ for the Pro edition Wacom's for a alternative 40-50 dollar investment. 4Comparable to Wacom I am thoroughly experienced digital artist. I have had three tablets, two of them Wacom, which is so far the leading name in tablet quality. This is to say that I know what to expect from a drawing tablet.I wanted a tablet to take to work and travel with, but my first Wacom Graphire4 tablet was having issues with pen pressure after seven years. Understandable. My second is a medium Intuos, too large and precious to travel with. The other tablet is a plastic piece of off-brand junk that died years ago. So what to do - buy yet ANOTHER Wacom tablet, when I could probably spend less money repairing the first? That seemed wasteful. I browsed online for cheap replacements and saw this one. I figured that at least if it's crap, it only cost $40 and I return it.That has not been the case. I put in the CD and installed according to the instructions (which are in slightly broken English, but not noticeably so). The tablet worked right away with no trouble across my double monitor setup. I can switch between the mouse and tablet pen with only a few seconds of interruption. The active drawing area of the "Turcom" (yeah, it's actually a Huion) tablet is just as large as the medium Intuos. It handles my custom brushes perfectly. So far I've had it for a week with no issue. I'm very happy to have found this alternative.If you want a professional alternative to Wacom but don't want a ~$200 pricetag, purchase this. 5Meh. It's just "OKAY". Performance sucks. I wanted to use this in photoshop and illustrator for graphic design work. It's not great for that, if I'm honest.So here are the issues:1) It lags. BIG TIME.2) It also uses a LOT of RAM, causing background apps and services to crash, at times.3) Sometimes it will register a stroke in a weird way, and will cause a blob or a darted gesture to register instead.4) You apparently can't manually set the orientation, so even if you are designing something in long-orientation, you have to use the pad in wide orientation, and it really reduces your usable area. I haven't found a way to pre-set the orientation one way or the other. The default is wide orientation.5) it's not as stroke-intensity sensitive as I would like it to be. It either registers a stroke as firm or almost non-existent. There doesn't seem to be a middle ground.6) The quick "buttons" around the frame are TOTALLY USELESS. They don't work in a single program I've tried so far.Plus side is, it's Windows 10 compatible, and does work in both Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. But that's about it. Performance-wise, it's far less than impressive. 2Never unknowingly by discontinued electronics I budget myself on goodies and ordered this with the intent to buy software after. By the time I got to the software, the return time was over with this. I never got it to run correctly because I could not get the serial code from the mfg which was caused by it being sold by apparently some 3rd party vendor who wasn't authorized, but through Amazon who I thought vetted these things. So, both it and the software purchase, which also had issues of obsoletion, didn't work. On my budget, I can't afford throw away stuff. I am not happy with Amazon's QC on their vendors. I consider I am buying from AMAZON and it all starts adding up when turns out to be old slow moving merchandise that was overpriced to start with. 1Great Tablet, RIP Dorey I bought this tablet on sale when I wanted to upgrade a tiny old Bamboo that I was using. This is definitely an upgrade that was half the price the old Bamboo was. It works well and the software installation was easy and could be downloaded from their website if you don't have a CD drive. My only real and unsolved complaint with it is that it doesn't have tilt recognition. For the price though, I guess it's understandable.I don't like the pen at all. It doesn't have an eraser, but that's not a big deal since I can program one of the buttons to do the job, right? I named it Dorey (referencing the forgetful fish from Finding Nemo) because every time I unplug the tablet and plug it back in or turn my computer off and back on, I had to reset the buttons which gets old pretty quickly. Another thing I noticed is that if I opened an Adobe or Corel program BEFORE I plugged the tablet in and reminded Dorey of her functions, there were no pressure levels. I had to close the program, unplug the tablet, then plug it back in, reset Dorey's buttons and then open the program again to solve this. Dorey must be rubbing off on me because I kept forgetting to plug the tablet in first even after doing this little dance at least 10 times.My saving grace was the fact that this tablet plays nice with other pens. I began using the rechargeable Huion pen to get around the eraser/button problem and was pleased that it was fully compatible and also solved my pressure problem. Since I have both, I can point out that the Huion pen nibs sold on Amazon fit Dorey if you run out and decide to keep her. She has no place in my workflow though and I just don't miss her. 4
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Returned the product when it never powered on I returned my product after it did not work. I installed the software and plugged it in, but it never turned on and my mouse quit working after plugging it in. I tried changing USB ports with multiple different combinations for my keyboard/mouse/speakers/tablet, between front and back, 2.0 and 3.0, but nothing worked. I contacted their customer service, but they told me I could only contact Amazon for help. Amazon couldn't provide any technical support, but they made it very easy for me to return it for a full refund.All I could find online was that this product MAY incorrectly use the USB port for drawing more power than is meant to be pulled. I was really bummed that it didn't work for me and am hesitant to try purchasing a different tablet. It may be my PC, but it is only a year old so I won't be replacing it anytime soon. 2Great Tablet, Terrible Pen The tablet itself is fantastic. I've owned it for almost three years with no issues. It's sturdy, durable, and responsive. (Although occasionally it can be a bit sensitive, it's not too much of an issue). All of my problems are because of the pen. The pens are flimsy, cheap, and poorly designed. I'm not terribly rough with my pens, but I've broken two of them so far.Overall, I really like this product. It's great as a first tablet, especially for a beginner artist who's not quite ready to commit to a more expensive tablet. The price is great for what you get, as long as you don't mind purchasing a bunch of replacement pens. If it weren't for the pens, I would give this product my full recommendation. It's fantastic for the price though!PS: I have used this tablet with the art programs Manga Studio 5 and Paint Tool Sai. I do not know how well it will work with other programs. 4Cool product, but I wish the instructions were more helpful. I am a beginner to art and drawing tablets and after some research I settled on this product. It arrived on time and was appropriately packaged.The tablet itself is of a comfortable size and is surprisingly thin. The pen comes with two buttons where your thumb rests. The tablet connects to your PC with a decent length USB cord. Additionally, it comes with a little pod with some replacement tips for the pen.In practice, it handles really well. It is responsive and sensitive. I would have given it 5 stars, but the product is packaged with a poor, lackluster instructions manual, and a CD when many computers (like my own) do not have disc drives. I had to download the software online and while it worked, there is a program which can change the pen sensitivity seen in the manual that I have yet to find. This poor manual makes me feel as though there are some features I am missing out on, like that software; how to use the hotkeys lining the tablet surface and how to program the pen's buttons. It also did not respond when I tried to use it with Sai, a free drawing program, but a computer restart fixed that.Overall, for its price I am pleased with what I received. The replacement tips were a nice surprise and it handles well after the initial hassle of set-up. I have no other tablet experience to compare this to, but overall I give this product 4 stars. It is inexpensive and basic, which is perfect for my needs. 4First tablet, Start of a beautiful friendship. I'm and artist on Deviantart, I do my own style of Japanese Anime and such and I knew I wanted a tablet when I saw some shading things my friends did, But the problem was most tablets I looked at were almost 199.99 dollars. That is something I just don't have alot of the time, And it's alot of money to ask my mother for.But low and behold around christmas this tablet dropped down to 39.99, That is something I am completely willing to pay any day..But y'know what?As far as I can tell this tablet is worth it's sale price.As people have mentioned in the comments it is a Huion, But I looked up what one it was and it's just as expensive. It's incredibly responsive and I tend to use it for shading and sketching on Photoshop CS4, I have recently upgraded to CS6 but I found that my tablet doesn't seem to like that as much, But I do believe it's just a computer error and that I need to sync them together better and the like.It's a nice drawing space, I was worried it was too small but it really isn't. And one of my favorite features are the sides, You'll notice when it arrives it has a bunch of little oval shapes up and down the side, Well once you install the drivers and everything, Look in the tablet's menu and you'll find out that you can set programs to boot while holding on those circles, There's about 16 of them. I so far have only set Photoshop and Itunes but I plan on setting the rest of my adobe programs and Paint.net to them as well.I really have nothing bad to say... ^^ 5Great drawing tablet! As good or better than pricey drawing tabs!! We have been very pleased with this little tablet. My older daughter has a more expensive one and this competes nicely. There is no program with it exactly, but a web search will tell you what to download and it worked awesome. Some others had listed the programs my older daughter came in and downloaded for this tab. It seems to be fairly durable as well. The older daughter was a little in envy of the daughter who received this tablet, and toyed with the idea of buying this to accompany her Wacom bamboo! I find it impressive that all my daughters have a use for it. The 16 year old it was bought for of course draws with it. The 14 has borrowed it for a signature and the 4 year old hi-jacks it for drawing or to use as a mouse on her games. I will replace if something happens to it and may buy more just because it works so well. If I were to compare it to a more pricey tablet already in my home it came out better. One big draw for my older daughter was that this tablet had more pressure points, I think that means it handled detail maybe even better than her more expensive one. 5The best drawing tablet I ever used for under 100$. Omg... This tablet is great so far. I hope it lasts a few years. I was skeptical about this at first seeing it online and reviews. I was frustrated with my other drawing tablet the intuos pen and touch with 1024 pressure sensitivity. Didn't have the budget to upgrade to Intuos pro edition was looking for a alternative and so far its amazing. The results I got from my first try and drawing felt so much better and natural over the wacom I couldn't believe it. If your a artist with little tablet skills the Turcom 6608 does a stellar job on making it feel organic so to say. The pressure sensitivity feels like a pencil I'm still shocked its only 40 bucks. I only used on Manga Studio 5 and seems to be working just fine. Just download the drivers from Turcom.com for whatever setup you have I skipped the CD it come with and installed the drivers from the site. I hope it keeps up because now I'm empowered to draw without feeling off with the wacom. I highly suggest you try a Turcom before shelling 299$ for the Pro edition Wacom's for a alternative 40-50 dollar investment. 4Comparable to Wacom I am thoroughly experienced digital artist. I have had three tablets, two of them Wacom, which is so far the leading name in tablet quality. This is to say that I know what to expect from a drawing tablet.I wanted a tablet to take to work and travel with, but my first Wacom Graphire4 tablet was having issues with pen pressure after seven years. Understandable. My second is a medium Intuos, too large and precious to travel with. The other tablet is a plastic piece of off-brand junk that died years ago. So what to do - buy yet ANOTHER Wacom tablet, when I could probably spend less money repairing the first? That seemed wasteful. I browsed online for cheap replacements and saw this one. I figured that at least if it's crap, it only cost $40 and I return it.That has not been the case. I put in the CD and installed according to the instructions (which are in slightly broken English, but not noticeably so). The tablet worked right away with no trouble across my double monitor setup. I can switch between the mouse and tablet pen with only a few seconds of interruption. The active drawing area of the "Turcom" (yeah, it's actually a Huion) tablet is just as large as the medium Intuos. It handles my custom brushes perfectly. So far I've had it for a week with no issue. I'm very happy to have found this alternative.If you want a professional alternative to Wacom but don't want a ~$200 pricetag, purchase this. 5Meh. It's just "OKAY". Performance sucks. I wanted to use this in photoshop and illustrator for graphic design work. It's not great for that, if I'm honest.So here are the issues:1) It lags. BIG TIME.2) It also uses a LOT of RAM, causing background apps and services to crash, at times.3) Sometimes it will register a stroke in a weird way, and will cause a blob or a darted gesture to register instead.4) You apparently can't manually set the orientation, so even if you are designing something in long-orientation, you have to use the pad in wide orientation, and it really reduces your usable area. I haven't found a way to pre-set the orientation one way or the other. The default is wide orientation.5) it's not as stroke-intensity sensitive as I would like it to be. It either registers a stroke as firm or almost non-existent. There doesn't seem to be a middle ground.6) The quick "buttons" around the frame are TOTALLY USELESS. They don't work in a single program I've tried so far.Plus side is, it's Windows 10 compatible, and does work in both Photoshop CC and Illustrator CC. But that's about it. Performance-wise, it's far less than impressive. 2Never unknowingly by discontinued electronics I budget myself on goodies and ordered this with the intent to buy software after. By the time I got to the software, the return time was over with this. I never got it to run correctly because I could not get the serial code from the mfg which was caused by it being sold by apparently some 3rd party vendor who wasn't authorized, but through Amazon who I thought vetted these things. So, both it and the software purchase, which also had issues of obsoletion, didn't work. On my budget, I can't afford throw away stuff. I am not happy with Amazon's QC on their vendors. I consider I am buying from AMAZON and it all starts adding up when turns out to be old slow moving merchandise that was overpriced to start with. 1Great Tablet, RIP Dorey I bought this tablet on sale when I wanted to upgrade a tiny old Bamboo that I was using. This is definitely an upgrade that was half the price the old Bamboo was. It works well and the software installation was easy and could be downloaded from their website if you don't have a CD drive. My only real and unsolved complaint with it is that it doesn't have tilt recognition. For the price though, I guess it's understandable.I don't like the pen at all. It doesn't have an eraser, but that's not a big deal since I can program one of the buttons to do the job, right? I named it Dorey (referencing the forgetful fish from Finding Nemo) because every time I unplug the tablet and plug it back in or turn my computer off and back on, I had to reset the buttons which gets old pretty quickly. Another thing I noticed is that if I opened an Adobe or Corel program BEFORE I plugged the tablet in and reminded Dorey of her functions, there were no pressure levels. I had to close the program, unplug the tablet, then plug it back in, reset Dorey's buttons and then open the program again to solve this. Dorey must be rubbing off on me because I kept forgetting to plug the tablet in first even after doing this little dance at least 10 times.My saving grace was the fact that this tablet plays nice with other pens. I began using the rechargeable Huion pen to get around the eraser/button problem and was pleased that it was fully compatible and also solved my pressure problem. Since I have both, I can point out that the Huion pen nibs sold on Amazon fit Dorey if you run out and decide to keep her. She has no place in my workflow though and I just don't miss her. 4
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