I notice lag in my brush and erasers, there's time when I have to resort to a smaller canvas to compensate for lag, after a while I got this little glitch in my screen where if I were to draw from an angle it would look disjointed and separate if i drew a line you can't see it until you draw over it.
It still works, but it doesn't work as well as the first day I bought it.
Now I actually DO look at some tutorials and so forth, but at least for me, just hooking it up and starting to draw did work pretty well.
The only thing that I don't like about it is that it has to be connected to my laptop, which just makes a bit of a mess of cords.
After a few hours of using it, it does get a but hot to the touch.All in all it's a great tablet if you have the CORRECT ports.
I should start by saying I'm a long-time Wacom customer, regularly using a Cintiq 22HD, a DTU-1631, and even have an Intuos Pro on the shelf, so I'm familiar with the setup and use of pen displays.
Alternately, after hours of fiddling with it, I can get the pen to work on the Wacom display with correct calibration and show up on the projector, though the resolutions on the devices are quite finicky.
I returned my first Cintiq at the request of Wacom (actually returned it through Amazon, as Cintiq refused to send a replacement device until the original was received at their factory, whereas Amazon agreed to send one out immediately while awaiting the return of the first device).
I have spent hours with the help desk and I have not been able to resolve the issue.
Once this cable dies we will have a $800 paperweight because they made a flimsy connection cable (and now they no longer make it).