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Working on TabletPC with Photoshop

Hi! I'm planning to buy a TabletPC, not an iPad, not a simple tablet -but a full featured Tablet that can run Photoshop.
Do you know any good resources for tuning Photoshop for this kind of task? I mean technically.

Thank you

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Many are upset at the costs involved.

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To achieve the pressure sensitive feature is costly.

Example at "Tablet Kiosk i440D : With a a dual mode indoor/outdoor input screen that switches between a Wacom

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some useful resources

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Drawing on a tablet could be a pain, because you don't use the keyboard. One of the tools to ease it is
Keyboard macro maker Autohotkey
and the other is Photoshop color wheel MagicPicker. The first one is to tune your lovely shortcuts, that you usually use to work with table buttons and the other one is to make color picking the real help for your work.

You need also create your personal workspace with panels you like to avoid clutter on the screen.

The other cool resource is for brushes, actions and other stuff like that.

It can take months to tune Photoshop up, but it's worth it Happy

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