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Trust rolls out new graphics tablets

Press release:


Trust gives space to creativity

Are you artistic? Then Trust has got something for you. Thanks to the introduction of two new graphic tablets, you can let your creativity run wild.


Dordrecht, August 2010 – Creative people are well looked after by Trust with the introduction of two new graphic tablets. With the graphic possibilities which the new tablets offer, you are only limited by how far your fantasy takes you.

Trust has the Flex Design Tablet for those who wish to combine creativity with style and appearance. The extremely flexible design makes it possible to take and use this tablet anywhere. Lightweight, paper-thin and energy-saving: the Flex Design Tablet is ideal for mobile users. The flexible tablet’s design makes it an attractive addition to any desk and the anti-slip underside always ensures a comfortable and ergonomic position, wherever the tablet is used. Free-draw or edit diagrams on the 155 x 119 mm work surface with the ergonomic, 3-button pen with 1024-step pressure sensitivity. The Flex Design Tablet comes with advanced software for drawing and editing diagrams.

Trust has the Canvas Widescreen Tablet for those who are looking for a versatile, professional tablet. This extra large tablet has a work surface measuring 250 x 150 mm, which is perfect for all graphical editing and graphical applications. The Canvas Widescreen Tablet is extremely accurate and comes with a wireless pen that works without batteries. The ergonomic pen with tilt sensitivity and 1024-step pressure sensitivity is the ideal weight and comes with a separate holder for storing the pen. There are dual touch pads in the top corners, which provide easy scrolling, zooming and volume control. The Canvas Widescreen Tablet also has a handy transfer sheet: place photographs under the sheet to make tracing, retouching and other graphical refinements easy.

The tablets will be available soon. For more information about the Flex Design Tablet, see For more information about the Canvas Widescreen Tablet, see

Recommended retail price, including VAT
Trust Flex Design Tablet - £ 24.99
Trust Canvas Widescreen Tablet – £ 149.99



Update: the 16938 – Trust Canvas Widescreen Tablet (above) has support for Mac OS 10.4 and higher.



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