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Genius offers first wireless graphic tablet: The MousePen M508W

Another option for graphic designers has emerged this week. Genius, makers of tablets and other peripherals have added the first wireless tablet to their roster. The 5 x 8-inch MousePen M508W tablet is just $199 and will ship this September.  As for technicals, it gives you 1024-levels of pressure sensitivity, comparable to the Intuos Bamboo pen but twice the LPI, sitting pretty at 4000.  Its expected to work across  Windows 7, XP, 2000 and Mac.

MousePen M508W [Genius USA]


The MousePen M508 and M508W offer wireless control and a 4000 LPI resolution for superior design performance

MIAMI (August 13, 2010)– Genius (www.geniusnetusa.com), a brand division of KYE Systems Corp., today announced new additions to the company’s extensive line of digital tablets, the MousePen M508 and MousePen M508W, for graphic designers and artists. The new tablets are Genius’ first to come combined with advanced wireless capabilities.

The MousePen M508 and MousePen M508W both come with extensive multimedia functions that make creativity a breeze. Both tablets come combined with high resolution (4,000 LPI) to make these new multimedia tablets the ultimate canvas for serious designers. The MousePen M508 stands out for its unique creative touch-pad that scrolls, zooms in and out, and has brush control functions. The new 5” x 8” MousePen tablets include; Photoshop CS4 Extended for Windows, 13 programmable keys, four express keys, a wireless Bluetooth mouse and a cordless pen with 1024-level pressure sensitivity for all shapes and thickness control. The new MousePen tablets are compatible with Windows 7, PC’s and Macs.

The new tablets are MSRP USD $149 (MousePen M508) and $199 (MousePen M508W) and start shipping in September 2010. Interested shoppers can go to New Egg.com, Amazon.com, www.geniuseshop.com, Tiger Direct, Buy.com or for more information on the entire line of Genius products and other retailers and distributors please visit: http://www.geniusnetusa.com/.

Genius is an international leading company in computer peripherals. Genius was established in 1985, product portfolio includes computer mice, keyboards, web and security cameras, speakers, gaming peripherals, remote controls, headphones, digital cameras, digital camcorders and digital photo frames. It also holds the U.S. patent for mouse scroll-wheel technology. Genius expanded from computer peripherals into consumer electronic products that include mobile phone accessories, Bluetooth headsets, digital cameras, digital photo frames, iPod speakers and EeePC mice.

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