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Should I wait for couple of years until Wacom announces a new drawing tablet?

xender2
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Joined: Thu 14. May 2020, 08:20

Should I wait for couple of years until Wacom announces a new drawing tablet?

Postby xender2 » Thu 14. May 2020, 08:24

With Huion becoming more of a legit competitor to Wacom, and Wacom in comparison to Huion in terms of their features (which I've seen a lot from Wacom for them to cut a lot of those e.g. Shortcuts) I think Wacom is getting more pressured by them, and by nature I had a hunch.. should I actually get a drawing tablet from them? There might be a chance where they would acknowledge this and make changes to their drawing tablets like reducing its price, giving more features, and etc. I mean I've seen a lot from Dave 2D's laptop reviews (shoutout to my boy) that this is possible and it's basically how competition works in the market. https://gbapps.net/rc-yowhatsapp-apk/

I'm only asking this because who knows in the near future Wacom decides to announce a new drawing tablet that has several improvements in comparison to previous tablets, and that improvements are intended for a sole purpose to keep up with the competition on the market. And I always think that I might regret buying a drawing tablet now if there's a tablet with a much better stuff in the future compared to the own I already own, help? Is this the golden age of drawing tablets? If so, imagine all kinds of amazing drawing tablets that the industry is going to create :0

ikkami
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Joined: Sat 4. Sep 2021, 07:40

Re: Should I wait for couple of years until Wacom announces a new drawing tablet?

Postby ikkami » Sat 4. Sep 2021, 07:46

if you are just gonna wait thinking may be a better device will come in future, then my friend, you are not gonna buy anything. ofcourse, in the future, devices with better features will come. no doubt about it. you can search on google if any company is releasing new device and only then you can wait for it. otherwise check out all the available tablets, compare them and buy which you like. kinemaster mods

EthanWinters
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Joined: Sat 11. Sep 2021, 07:48

Re: Should I wait for couple of years until Wacom announces a new drawing tablet?

Postby EthanWinters » Sat 11. Sep 2021, 07:52

xender2 wrote:With Huion becoming more of a legit competitor to Wacom, and Wacom in comparison to Huion in terms of their features (which I've seen a lot from Wacom for them to cut a lot of those e.g. Shortcuts) I think Wacom is getting more pressured by them, and by nature I had a hunch.. should I actually get a drawing tablet from them? There might be a chance where they would acknowledge this and make changes to their drawing tablets like reducing its price, giving more features, and etc. I mean I've seen a lot from Dave 2D's laptop reviews (shoutout to my boy) that this is possible and it's basically how competition works in the market.

I'm only asking this because who knows in the near future Wacom decides to announce a new drawing tablet that has several improvements in comparison to previous tablets, and that improvements are intended for a sole purpose to keep up with the competition on the market. And I always think that I might regret buying a drawing tablet now if there's a tablet with a much better stuff in the future compared to the own I already own, help? Is this the golden age of drawing tablets? If so, imagine all kinds of amazing drawing tablets that the industry is going to create :0



Sir, you should wait for some time because the old drawing tablet has many issues. I had one, and now I am having a bad feeling about it. According to me, we should buy the upcoming next gen drawing tablet from Wacom. It would be amazing.

Best Regards: Ethan_Winters

Anabella128
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Joined: Fri 17. Sep 2021, 05:26

Re: Should I wait for couple of years until Wacom announces a new drawing tablet?

Postby Anabella128 » Fri 17. Sep 2021, 05:29

xender2 wrote:With Huion becoming more of a legit competitor to Wacom, and Wacom in comparison to Huion in terms of their features (which I've seen a lot from Wacom for them to cut a lot of those e.g. Shortcuts) I think Wacom is getting more pressured by them, and by nature I had a hunch.. should I actually get a drawing tablet from them? There might be a chance where they would acknowledge this and make changes to their drawing tablets like reducing its price, giving more features, and etc. I mean I've seen a lot from Dave 2D's laptop reviews (shoutout to my boy) that this is possible and it's basically how competition works in the market. Null's Brawl Apk

I'm only asking this because who knows in the near future Wacom decides to announce a new drawing tablet that has several improvements in comparison to previous tablets, and that improvements are intended for a sole purpose to keep up with the competition on the market. And I always think that I might regret buying a drawing tablet now if there's a tablet with a much better stuff in the future compared to the own I already own, help? Is this the golden age of drawing tablets? If so, imagine all kinds of amazing drawing tablets that the industry is going to create :0


Sir I suggest you to wait a little longer, cause the version has many flaws.


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