I should have been more clear. By “real graphics work” I meant semi-professional or “serious” graphics work. You just don’t have a prayer of doing any actually artistic work on a tablet that small. The broad strokes necessary for grahpic design are nearly impossible with something like this. You just can’t be productive or get any sort of detail with something so restrictive.
For just “fun” graphics work, doing some logos, avatars, general “painting” in photoshop or stuff like that, other casual work, I’m sure that this would be a good way to avoid spending hundreds on a professional piece of hardware.
Of course, I doubt anyone who’s interested in doing any sort of serious graphics work would even be considering this anyway, so my clarifications are probably pointless lol.
Point being, don’t expect this to be a substitute for a “real” graphics tablet, but rather more of a casual tool or a piece of introductory hardware to get a taste of what a grahpics tablet is like.
Also, the resolution isn’t mentioned (perhaps it’s in the documentation online somewhere), but that’s an important factor as well. The size alone doesn’t convey the resolution quality of the sensor device. A low-resolution sensor can make detail drawing virtually impossible.
Just some factors to be aware of.