Browse Graphic Tablets in the Mid Category

Ugee 2150 Review – Best Low Cost Alternative to Cintiq?

Ugee 2150 Review – Best Low Cost Alternative to Cintiq?

After looking at the Yiynova MSP19U and MSP19U+ and Huion GT190, I continued to search for a good replacement to a Cintiq. While the MSP19U+ and GT190 are great efforts at trying to satisfy the direct-draw tablet market, they are not the same size or resolution as the medium-sized Cintiq 22HD. Ugee released the 2150 with a 21.5″ LCD screen, so I wanted to give you guys the rundown of how this tablet compares to the Cintiq 22HD and see...
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Product Name:2150
Brand:Ugee
Drawing Area:22" LCD Screen
Price Range:$600-$800
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, 14 lbs, no hotkey buttons, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares
Yiynova MSP19U+ Review – Better than the Cintiq or Huion GT190?

Yiynova MSP19U+ Review – Better than the Cintiq or Huion GT190?

I’ve posted reviews for the Cintiq and Huion GT190 before– these two tablets have vastly different prices but are trying to target the same market. Now I’d like to compare the GT190 against the MSP19U+. These two tablets are manufactured by Chinese companies trying to offer a lower-cost alternative to the Japanese-made Wacom Cintiq, while delivering the same level of performance (hopefully). The GT190 and the MSP19U+  are about the same price, so which one should you get? First Impressions...
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Product Name:MSP19U+
Brand:Yiynova
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, AAA battery powered stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 170 degree viewing angle, 16.7 million colors, 9.7 lbs weight, 8 hotkey buttons, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares
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 Pro Review – Mid-Range Powerhouse

Wacom Intuos Pro Review – Mid-Range Powerhouse

The Wacom Intuos Pro used to be the Intuos 5/Intuos 4, but the newer models have some great improvements over the old models. Let’s see how the changes measure up to the needs of digital painting and photo editing. You may prefer more features and may not think this is the best drawing tablet. If that’s the case, you would be better off if you purchase the Cintiq. Really like the Intuos Pro, but your wallet doesn’t? Take a look at the Huion H610 or...
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Product Name:Intuos Pro
Brand:Wacom
Drawing Area:12.6 in x 8.2 in (small), 14.9 in x 9.9 in (medium), 19 in x 12.5 in (large)
Price Range:$200-$500
Recommended for Experience Level:Mid- and above
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Features:gestures and finger hover mode, no battery required stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 6 (small) to 8 (medium and large) hotkeys and 1 touch ring, tilt sensitivity, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares
Cintiq 13HD/22HD/27QHD Review  – A First Class Experience

Cintiq 13HD/22HD/27QHD Review – A First Class Experience

Wondering whether to pay the big bucks for a Cintiq? This could be the best drawing tablet for you if it is within your budget. Let’s take a look at why the Cintiq is considered Wacom’s top of the line model. Here is an in-depth review of the most talked about graphics tablet. You’ll find supporters who think this is the best graphics tablet and those who think that a drawing tablet should be more reasonably priced. Read on and decide...
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Product Name:Cintiq 13HD/22HD/27QHD
Brand:Wacom
Drawing Area:13", 22" and 27" LCD Screen
Price Range:$800-$2800
Recommended for Experience Level:Upper, Art Student, Professional
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Features:draw directly on the screen, no battery or charging required stylus, 2048 levels of sensitivity, 178 degree viewing angle, 16.7 million colors, either a hotkey, touch strip or ring depending on model, compatible with many drawing and 3D softwares, comes with fancy pen kit and bundled software
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 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-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