Genius Updates G-Pen F610 Ultra Slim Graphic Tablet

August 5, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Accessories | 3 Comments |
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Genius has just launched an upgraded version of its G-Pen F610 graphic tablet. The ultra-slim, 6"x10” wireless graphic-design tablet works with any screen size and comes with a pen that boasts two buttons and 1024-level pressure sensitivity, allowing graphic artists - including photographers performing post-processing tasks - the subtlety of more pressure levels. Since the pen battery can last up to one year, the odds of a “power outage” during important work projects are highly unlikely. The pen also comes with a holder that protects the device and its tip, and keeps it handy for use. The Genius G-Pen F610 carries a suggested retail price of $99.90.

Genius Press Release

Genius Introduces the Upgraded G-Pen F610 Ultra Slim Graphic Tablet

Now Available in the USA & Canada
Convenience, Control plus Sleek Design


August 4, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan – After its successful debut of the first G-Pen F610 Writing Graphic Tablet, the leading manufacturer of computer peripherals Genius launches an upgraded version with the latest software & package for Windows 7, expected to create yet another heat wave in the market.

As an ultra-slim, 6” x 10” wireless text graphic-design tablet, the Genius G-Pen F610 offers better control than a conventional mouse and a stylish, slim design. The tablet pairs perfectly with either a Mac or PC computer, offering a functional as well as aesthetic tool for taking notes, handling emails (including handwritten emails), handwriting recognition, and professional graphics design.

Genius’ G-Pen F610 Tablet makes work more efficient with its 29 programmable “Hot-Key” areas to set up shortcuts for word processing, Internet and operating system tasks. Simply plug the unit into your computer and enjoy built-in, Vista-like functions, such as pen flick navigation. The G-Pen F610 Writing Graphic Tablet works with any screen size, and is perfect for flat and wide screens.

The smart-looking pen packaging along with the Genius G-Pen F610 boasts two buttons and 1024-level pressure sensitivity, allowing graphic artists the subtlety of more pressure levels. The two pen buttons can be programmed to function as left- and right-click mouse buttons. Since the pen battery can last up to one year, the odds of a “power outage” during important work projects are highly unlikely. The pen also comes with a holder that protects the device and its tip, and keeps it handy for use.

The Genius G-Pen F610 includes the following:

G-Pen F610 tablet
Cordless pen
Quick installation guide
Two additional pen tips & tweezers
Macro Key Manager
Power Presenter RE/Free Notes & Office Ink
PhotoImpact 12SE
Mac Driver
One AAA battery included allowing the Tablet to be used right out of the box.

System Requirements:

IBM PC/Pentium 233 compatible or higher
Windows Vista/XP/2000
Macintosh with OS x 10.2.8 or later
Available USB port
CD/DVD-ROM drive for software installation

The suggested retail price for the Genius G-Pen F6 Graphic-design Tablet is US$99.90.

More product details are available at: 
http://geniusnet.com/wSite/ct?xItem=16834&ctNode=174

About Genius
Genius is an international leading brand in computer peripherals. Established by KYE Systems Corp. in 1983, Genius offers PC products including computer mice, keyboards, web and security cameras, speakers, gaming peripherals, remote controls, headphones, digital cameras, digital camcorders and digital photo frames. Genius also expanded from computer peripherals into consumer electronic products that include mobile phone accessories, Bluetooth headsets and iPod speakers. Since 2007, Genius has been one of Taiwan’s top 20 Global Brands. For more information you can visit the Genius website at http://www.geniusnet.com.
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Where to buy Genius products:
http://www.geniusnet.com/wSite/sp?xdUrl=/wSite/whereToBuy/whereToBuy.jsp&region=AM&xAbstract=AM28&mp=4



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#1 adrixe

looks amazing. how well will this be compared Inutous4? I haven't seen this in canadian stores yet..

10:25 pm - Friday, August 5, 2011

#2 Photography Enthusiast

How does it compare to the Wacom tablet? Wacom is the only one I've ever used. Thanks

2:47 am - Sunday, August 7, 2011

#3 Pusa

I'm also curious how this compare to Wacom tablet, or the other tablets. Never heard of this brand before. :)

3:35 pm - Tuesday, August 9, 2011