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March 17, 2001 Show:   Topic: Drawing Hardware  Guest: Weston Maggio

Listen To WacomMarch 17, 2001 interview
September 30, 2000 Show:   Topic: Multimedia  Guest: Weston Maggio

The all-in-one for the graphics individual--Weston Maggio for discusses the new Graphire tablet, mouse and pen set. Take one of the most accurate mice on the planet, minus cords and balls, then add a pressure sensitive pen with pressure sensitive eraser. Combine these with a tablet with a transparent overlay for tracing, and you have Graphire. That's the set, but the tablet is just the size of a mouse pad, so it doesn't take up the entire desk. Graphire comes in loads of different colors- from slate to grape- and it's priced right too.
Listen To WacomSeptember 30, 2000 interview
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