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graphics tablet

[′graf·iks ‚tab·lət]
(computer science)
A padlike peripheral device which is designed so that shapes appear on the monitor's screen when the tablet is drawn upon with a pointed device.
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The graphic tablet also offers connectivity for up to 30ft of distance, eight programmable hot keys, a working area of 8" x 5", auto sleep mode and 1,024 pressure sensitivity levels.
We conducted a systematic comparison of the categorization strategies that the three students used when exploring 2-D line drawings, which were presented either as raised forms on the traditional thermoformed paper or as computerized forms on the graphic tablet of the Tactos device.
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The range of prizes includes a holiday in Cyprus for two, Apple iPads, professional art kits, cameras, and graphic tablets.
Adesso's most successful product lines include its touchpad keyboards, graphic tablets and barcode scanners.
Forms can be filled out with a large range of digital writing devices like digital pens, digital paper pads or even tablet PCs and graphic tablets.
Adesso's Innovative Line of Products Include a Variety of Keyboards, Scanners, Gaming Solutions and Graphic Tablets
Built-in sketching tools enhance the interactive process, which can also be used with graphic tablets.
The first, issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, (US 6,345,389) in February 2002, pertains to the integration of new user input devices such as graphic tablets into the realm of digital set top boxes.
Prior to his experience with Extensis, McKenzie was director of marketing communications for Wacom Technology Corporation, a leading manufacturer of graphic tablets for computing platforms, from 1994 through 1999.