The Wacom 24HD Drawing Tablet Review
So now that I’ve raved on and on about the 24HD’s awesomeness, I believe it’s only fair to mention two minor issues. The 24HD requires a connection to not only a display port, but a USB port as well – these two requirements can make cable management difficult depending on its location. Lastly, for all you tablet dreamers out there living on a shoestring or student budget, break open your piggy bank as the 24HD retails for around $2,750. This price tag is enough to break the bank for most non-corporate users but it’s completely worth it if you can front the cash!
Overall, the Wacom 24HD has been a fantastic addition to my digital arsenal. It’s helped to make my work more efficient and of a higher quality. The 24HD’s ease of use, solid build, and extensive functionality all contribute in making this a highly recommended purchase. Trust me, you won’t regret it. Thanks for reading… I’m off to give my Wacom 24HD a hug.
Evan Goncalo is a video game industry professional who currently resides in Massachusetts. He is a student in the Digital Media program at UMass Dartmouth. Since 2006, Evan has worked in a variety of roles at Boston based AAA video game studios and has lectured for the Game Creation program at Bristol Community College.