Browse Graphic Tablets in the Huion 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
Huion GT190 Review – Budget Replacement for Cintiq

Huion GT190 Review – Budget Replacement for Cintiq

Are you looking for a Cintiq digital drawing pad review? You may have just gotten lucky, because Cintiq is no longer the only option on the market. The Huion GT190 is a budget alternative to the medium Cintiq, it’s a tablet that lets you draw directly on the surface and can also be used as a third monitor. Read on to find out the nitty-gritty details about this intuitive tablet. First Impressions The Huion GT190 looks a lot like the Wacom...
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Product Name:GT190
Brand:Huion
Drawing Area:19" LCD Screen
Price Range:$300-$500
Recommended for Experience Level:Upper-Middle and Above
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Features:draw directly on the screen, rechargeable stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 170 degree viewing angle, 16.7 million colors, 9.7 lbs, no hotkey buttons, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares
Huion H420 Review – Entry Level Signing Pad

Huion H420 Review – Entry Level Signing Pad

Interested in the best drawing tablet for you and looking at a Wacom Bamboo? You might want to consider this cheaper alternative. Read this Huion H420 review and decide for yourself if a Wacom is really worth the money. Perhaps you may decide that the H420 is the best cheap graphics tablet for you. First Impressions So at first glance, the H420 looks a lot like the Wacom Bamboo (or Bamboo Fun/ Bamboo Splash). The only difference between these Bamboo...
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Product Name:H420
Brand:Huion
Drawing Area:4 in x 2.23 in
Price Range:Under $100
Recommended for Experience Level:Non-Artist
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Features:wired tablet, AAA battery powered stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, incredibly light 12.8 ounces, 3 hotkey buttons, compatible with many office softwares and drawing 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