It’s goodbye November today. This year is nearly gone. It is unfathomable that we have one more month left.
It’s a packed day today. Between taking Tom to lunch, going to a doctor’s appointment and picking up Elizabethe’s mom from the airport, this day is shot.
We stopped and ate dinner at Flaherty’s in Macedon. All three of us ordered appetizers. Elizabethe likes their potato coins. I went for the nachos, and I have enough leftovers for another meal.
I received notification that my tablet will arrive tomorrow. I also received notification that Wacom’s tablet is now available. The availability of the Wacom tablet had me stressed a little, but then I looked at B&H. What’s available is the bottom of the line version which will NOT run the software I plan to use on the tablet. So, that relieved my stress.
Reading reviews about Wacom’s support is one of the factors I used to make my decision. This tablet they are coming out with keeps getting it’s release date pushed back. That’s not a good sign. Wacom makes a wonderful tablet, but it sounds like they aren’t prepared to support an actually computer. Consequently, I want something I know will be supported if it breaks.
The new tablet will be completely dedicated to doing paintings. No Internet browsing, no email, and no games will be on this tablet. It will be my mobile painting studio.
It must be the engineer in me that causes me to go for the most bang for the buck. This one cost 1/3 of the Wacom tablet and 1/2 of the Microsoft Surface tablet. Yet, it has the same amount of memory, hard drive and processor.