Device which directly let us draw on PC

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  1. cooldude

    cooldude New Member

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    Is there any device which directly let u draw on the PC ?
    Where would it be available in mumbai at what price ?
    Would the quality of image be nice?
    Which brand?
     
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    You meant draw directly "on" the screen or something that let's you move a stylus on a pad which is then reproduced on the screen? Cause the Wacom Grapphire 3 tablet costs around 4.5k for the lowest model (4x6). The best. Its got pen pressure sensitivity and all that whatnot.

    Not sure about the "on" the screen drawing tools though..
     
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    john_the_ultimate No pain....No gain

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    Maybe he wants a touch screen thingy. Or else get a graphic tablet as goobimama has said but good ones r costly and cheap ones don't give the desired result.
     
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    closer than u think..
    u can draw using a graphic tablet, costs around 5k
     
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    The class of devices you refer to are called natural input devices.
    egs:
    >UV or light pen
    >Graphic tablets.

    get the ones from Iball. they r cheap and durable.
    i write is the light pen and idraw is the tablet available for about 3-4K
    their site is enteriworld.com but it down temporarily.
    you could also consider higher end options from logitech
     
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    Thanks 4 the help
     
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