Wacom Tablet For The Classroom

The $1899 WACOM DTU-2231 LCD tablet is a modified version of the WACOM Intuos tablet that is widely used in graphics art production. Although just a few hundred dollars cheaper than its graphics sibling, this tablet was designed to be used in a classroom with specific features such as dual DVI input/passthrough to also feed a projector, security cable for the pen, a USB hub (for PC’s that may be remotely secured), a more advanced and full featured built-in scaler and the removal of the expression keys to simplify the overall interface.

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