These tablets are entry-level devices. The main purposes of the Wacom Bamboo Capture vs Wacom Bamboo Splash review are to compare the sensitivity of the working panel because Bamboo Capture can work like a touchpad, correct pen operation on the rough surface with the different resolution (4000 lpi versus 2540 lpi).
Wacom Capture has a 5.8 x 3.6 inches of working area with a resolution of 4000 lpi, as well as an ergonomic case with rubberized legs and a slight slope of the surface.
The surface of the work area simulates the paper, it is slightly rough to the touch and has a distinctive rustling under the pen. By comparing Wacom Bamboo Capture vs Bamboo Splash, I assume that the working surface of Wacom Capture can work like a touchpad and handles gestures like scroll, zoom, rotate, and swipe. This thin tablet has rounded corners and lines. From the back side, the device has rubberized legs, which prevent slipping on the table. As part of the Wacom Bamboo Splash vs Bamboo Capture comparison is worth noting that the Wacom Splash has a lower resolution of the working area - 2540 lpi.
Both tablets work well with OS X (10.5 and higher) and Windows (XP and higher). After connecting to a Mac, the tablets are immediately ready for use, while on Windows you still need to install drivers.
Both tablets have a similar pen. Styluses are medium thick and do not need batteries. They have 2 buttons that can work as the left and right mouse buttons. Styluses have a good pressure sensitivity (1024 levels) but do not work out the slope. The available express keys are configured individually for each of the supported applications, and switching to the left-handed usage is carried out in one click.
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