great i was tinking over a long time to invest in an tablet but iam not sure about, have u a hint for me what is reallie importend by buying a tablet? i mean with all the tecnicle data iam still confused about
Sorry for butting in, but I was looking at this tutorial and saw your questions.
Someone who is just learning or is a hobbyist doesn't need to invest in a really high dollar Wacom tablet. A basic tablet is really all you need since the really sensitive pressure range is something that only more advanced artists really notice or utilize. It doesn't have to be a BIG tablet, either. Wacoms also have programmable shortcut buttons that let you change tools and brush sizes quickly, but again, as a beginner you can really do without those in order to save a lot of money.
DigiPro makes pretty good "beginner" tablets. Here's one from amazon.com for $20 USD: [link]