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The Icon Bar: News and features: New range of graphics tablets from Paradise

New range of graphics tablets from Paradise

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 11:04, 14/5/2001 | , , , ,
KeyboardBudget games house Paradise have extended their range of input devices from joypads to include graphics tablets - including a rather groovy one built into a keyboard!

The devices attach to a serial port (including podule-based serial cards) and draw power from the keyboard port. There are three devices in the range - the keyboard with corded 3-button, 512-level pressure sensitive stylus, a click-only Palm Pal tablet of a similar size to the keyboard mounted one, and the 5x4 inch Paint Pal with a cordless, batteryless 3-button, 512 level pressure sensitive stylus. Drivers and other software are included.

Due to be launched at Wakefield, the tablets are available for £90 for the keyboard version, £50 for the Palm Pal and £65 for the Paint Pal. However, at the show the Paint Pal will cost just £50.

Source: Cybervillage

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