Browse Graphic Tablets in the Beginner Category

Huion 1060PLUS Review – Revolutionary or Gimmicky?

Huion 1060PLUS Review – Revolutionary or Gimmicky?

Are you looking for a large graphics tablet at a good price point? Wacom’s Intuos line is very good on both function and aesthetics, but maybe you just don’t have the money to spend on one right now. Here’s your chance to experience Wacom-like performance at a quarter of the price of an Intuos Pro. First Impressions The tablet looks remarkably like the older Intuos models, mostly like an Intuos 4 without the touch ring. It’s made of textured hard...
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Product Name:1060PLUS
Brand:Huion
Drawing Area:10 in x 6.25 in
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Beginner- Upper-Mid
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Features:wired tablet, AAA battery powered stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 3.3 lbs weight, 12 hotkey buttons and 16 soft expresskeys, compatible with many drawing softwares
Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Review – Perfect for Beginners and Photo Touch-Up

Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch Review – Perfect for Beginners and Photo Touch-Up

The Wacom Intuos Pen & Touch is Wacom’s update over the Bamboo and all its variations (Fun, Splash, Create, etc).  The Bamboo was a great tablet for beginners to start on, and I, myself started on a Bamboo when I was 14 and still drawing terrible anime art. I still do sometimes, but it’s just a lot better now! What’s the difference between the Old Bamboo and newcomer Pen & Touch? I’ll run through all the major things in this review...
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Product Name:Intuos Pen & Touch
Brand:Wacom
Drawing Area:6 in x 3.7 in (small), 8.3 in x 5.3 in (medium)
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Beginner / Non-Artist
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Features:gestures and finger hover mode, no battery required stylus, 1024 levels of sensitivity, 4 hotkeys, no tilt sensitivity, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares
Huion H610 Review – A Solid Mid-Range Drawing Pad

Huion H610 Review – A Solid Mid-Range Drawing Pad

Looking for an honest review of the Huion H610? It’s hard to find graphic tablet reviews out there for new brands. Most of the reviews are for Wacom tablets, which are high quality but may not be for everyone. The Huion H610 might be the best drawing tablet for you if you’re on a budget and don’t mind sacrificing a bit of quality to get a cheaper drawing tablet. First Impressions On the outside, the Huion H610 looks almost like...
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Product Name:H610
Brand:Huion
Drawing Area:10 in x 6.25 in
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Beginner - Lower Mid
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Features:wired tablet, AAA battery powered stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 2.8 lbs weight, 8 hotkey buttons and 16 soft expresskeys, compatible with many drawing softwares
Turcom TS-6580 Review – The Cheapest Entry Level Drawing Tablet

Turcom TS-6580 Review – The Cheapest Entry Level Drawing Tablet

Are you on the hunt for the best electronic drawing pad? You may have heard that Wacom makes the best graphics tablets, but there are other manufacturers out there with alternatives. The Turcom TS-6580B is Turcom’s entry level tablet for drawing. It has a sleek design that comes in black or gray, with the black model looking the best. First impressions The Turcom TS-6580B looks remarkably like the Intuos 4/5, which is now called the Intuos Pro, only without the...
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Product Name:TS-6580B
Brand:Turcom
Drawing Area:8 in x 5 in
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Non-artist - Beginner
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Features:wired tablet, AAA battery powered stylus, 1024 levels of sensitivity, lightweight 1.9 lbs, no hotkeys, no softkeys, some issues with software compatibility
Turcom TS-6610 Review – A Huion Look-a-Like

Turcom TS-6610 Review – A Huion Look-a-Like

Looking for a cheap drawing tablet? Consider this graphic tablet review of the Turcom TS6610, it has the potential to be the best drawing tablet for you. This tablet looks strangely like another tablet at first… It has many of the same functions and markings down to the ruler-like buttons. Let’s take a closer look. First impressions The Turcom TS6610 looks a lot like the Huion H610, at first glance they look like the same exact electronic drawing pad! Is...
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Product Name:TS 6610
Brand:Turcom
Drawing Area:10 in x 6.25 in
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Beginner to Lower-Mid
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Features:wired tablet, AAA battery powered stylus, 2048 level of sensitivity, lightweight 2.1 lbs, 8 hotkey buttons and 16 soft expresskeys, compatible with many drawing softwares