Almost all of them. I use a cheap Wacom Bamboo myself. Small working area and no tilt sensitivity, but otherwise, no problems. Since Illustrator and Photoshop are the main programs most high-end tablets are used with, compatibility is an important feature. It will be features prominently among the tablet’s features. If not, then avoid or ask here with more specific information.
If you are looking for a recommendation, then the Wacom Intuous are hard to beat. I know a lot of people who would fight grizzly bears to save their tablets, and the Intuous is the top of the heap.
If money is no object, then try the Cintiq.
Thanks!!! I made search in ebay there are two types of tablets
Wacom Bamboo CTL460 Digital Pen Tablet and Wacom Bamboo FUN Medium which one do you use?
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I have the discontinued CTE-450. I think the fun is primarily touch-based. Just make sure you get a stylus and that there is pressure sensitivity.