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Sorry - I appear to have posted this in the wrong section:

How about actually using a Wacom pen (or equivalent but cheaper wireless pen) - the pressure sensitive behaviour is measured in the tip of the pen, not the tablet itself, so you could just have the tablet plugged in but use the pen elsewhere. By using an IR led attached to a Wacom pen you'd solve the problem of pressure-sensitivity. It even has the side button for left and right click. Maybe one of the other pen/tablet combinations would work juat as well - like the Trust TB-4200, which is dead cheap.
Haven't tried it but it's worth looking into I think.

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