The Trust TB-7300 digitizer tablet features a 30.5×19.5cm wide screen with two wheel pads for enhancing photographs in an image editor like Photoshop and other graphic applications. No, it does not compete with the Wacom Cintiq 12WX because it does not provide monitor function on its screen; itâ€™s more like a larger Intuos or Graphire on which you can draw stuff. It retails for about $160.
The TB-7300 includes a wireless two-button pen with 1024-step pressure sensitivity and 60Â° tilt sensitivity. Dual wheel pads at the top corners of the tablet allow easy scrolling, zoom and volume control. It can be used comfortably by both left- and right-hand users.
There are 32 extra buttons around it, programmable for direct access to specific functions. The package includes software for drawing, editing pictures and adding handwritings and drawings to MS Word, MS Excel or Wordpad.