Tablets in general are considered to be somewhat of a slowing market. With smartphones increasing in size (at least their displays), and the likes of Chromebooks and laptops shrinking and becoming more portable, the tablet market finds itself being squeezed from both ends. That is not to say however, that all tablets are following this trend. As some come with more unique features which cannot be easily assimilated by the likes of a smartphone or a laptop.
Graphics tablets are a prime example as these are especially useful to those looking for a touch sensitive surface where the touches can be interpreted on a different display, such as a home computer. Graphics tablets therefore afford users the sort of functionality and portability that is still best experienced on a larger tablet-based device. For those in the market for this sort of product, Tomtop is currently hosting a sale specifically on graphics tablets.
Like the tablet market in general, graphics tablets span the price spectrum. Which is good news for those looking for an affordable option, as well as those looking for more feature-rich choices. Tomtop is currently stocking a wide range of graphics tablets but to highlight the breath of choice on offer, below are five options that might be specifically worth considering. These range in price from as little as under $45 right and go right up to between $300-400. Some of which are also seeing greater savings than usual due to the use of coupon codes. While the more affordable options will be a little more limited compared to the more expensive ones, all of these models still come with the primary features associated with a graphics tablet, resulting in a reliable and usable product. So regardless of whether you are looking for a graphics tablet to edit images, draw or paint with, sketch designs, or just for better digital handwriting purposes, all of these options are worth checking out. Likewise, all of the tablets listed below are fully compatible with both Windows and Mac computers, and the various operating system versions of both.