Graphics tablets from Photodesk Ltd.By Chris Williams. Published: 2nd Mar 22:46:37 | Permalink | Printable
Chris Hornby, of Photodesk Ltd., today in an email to Drobe announced the availability of graphics tablets from Photodesk:
Photodesk has advertised Graphics tablets but have had some difficulty sourcing them. We can now take orders while stocks last but the Quora Graphics tablets have been discontinued and are no longer being made. I can however get some residual stock but this stock is drying up fast. I need to know therefore how many I need to order.
Please can you let me know if you are willing to purchase a graphic tablet, the sooner you place an order with me, the better your chance of getting one (or more)
The prices include VAT and driver software for RISC OS. You will need a graphics package that is graphic tablet aware. If you wish to bundle Photodesk with the tablet, add 69.00
Prices (in UK pounds)
A4: 350.00 inc.VAT
A5: 250.00 inc.VAT
add 69.00 for Photodesk if requred.
add 12.00 UK carriage
Overseas, carriage at cost
1 The Courtyard, Southwell Business Park,
DT5 2NQ, UK
Tel:+44 1305 822753
Fax:+44 1305 860483
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