We may heard about graphic tablet , but not know much about it. So I would like to share some my opinion about this kind of product.

With the developing of the computer art painting, the graphic tablet comes out. Using the graphic tablet to draw, just like the painter draw with his palette and brushes. When we watch the TV, we can see that lots of lifelike characters. It is draw by the graphic tablet. That are so perfect so that the keyboard or palette can’t comparable with graphics tablet.

The graphic tablet mainly makes for designer, artist, add agencies, as well as vector flash animator. But as a amateur, it is also a good choice for us to use a graphic tablet to draw.

What is a graphic tablet ?

Normally we can call it pen tablet, drawing tablet, pen pad, digital tablet, graphic tablet, and so on. It is a device connects with your computer and then transfers information into the computer. It is combined of a tablet and a pen with sensitivity. It looks like a pen tablet, but it is much different from it. The digital tablet usually makes for designers, artist designers; advertising company and they can use such kind of product to draw, paint and write.

As the keyboard, mouse, the hand-painted plate is a computer input devices. When you draw on the tablet, it will transfer your action into the computer, and then you can see the things you draw. And with the cartographic software such SAI, Photoshop, Adobe image, you can draw any kind of picture you want.

How to choose a proper graphic tablet for yourself?

Now I will show you several concept of the hand-painted plate. Pen sensitivity, Resolution, Report Rate,Active Area, these several concept is very important to a hand-painted plate.

1.Pen sensitivity means when you draw with the pen on the tablet, how it will reflect on the computer. If you push hard, the line will be thick. If you push the pen slight and the line you draw will be slender. Now there are three levels of the pen sensitivity, 1024, 2048, and 8192. The higher, the better.

2.Resolution. There are several common levels of the resolution, 2540, 3048, 4000, and 5080. The resolution means the accuracy of the tablet. When we draw on the tablet and enlarge the canvas to 800%, and then you can see the line is combined of little lattice. If the lattice is smooth and uniform, that means the resolution is high enough. And the picture you draw will looks much more nature and beautiful.

3.Report Rate: the report rate means when you draw on the tablet, how many time does the graphic reflect on the computer. Most time , there are several level to describe the report rate: 100,150、200、230、233 and so on.

4. Active area: The active area means the working area of the tablet. As this parameter, it doesn’t mean the higher the better. If the active area it too big, you will feel very tired too draw on it. And it is easy to get your arm harmed. The size of 5*8 inch or 6*8 inch is good for drawing. And also the most popular size for people who buys a graphic tablet.

XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro affordable drawing tablet monitor

Nowadays more and more people get used to draw with a graphic tablet, and with many kind of cartographic software, their creativity on art are express thoroughly. The advance of the technology makes our life and work become much easier, and also it reflect on the art working. Drawing on a tablet is not just a fashion but a normal in our daily work.And many companies are working on this area to make this kind of product better. Such as Wacom, XP-Pen , Huion.

The best manufacturer is Wacom , it is the leading in this field. And it sets many industry standards for his follower. But also its price is higher compared with many other brands. And there are several other brands I like which are from China. As we all know, china is famous with its productivity. And nowadays, they become much more professional in design.

I like the XP-Pen most, for it active social community activities on the internet, fans who love XP-Pen can get together to share their work and feeling on their page. And also the XP-Pen has produced many really good and not expensive products. Especially the Deco Series & Artist Series attract many people. I think it is really a good choice for those who can’t afford the high price of the Wacom.

I have been using wacom intuos 4 for many years. Wacom may be the best, but not by as much as they used to be; and for the price that they are asking… at some point you have to be looking at the diminishing returns. I purchase a XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro drawing tablet with screen last week and by far I am really satisfied with this little graphic display tablet. The Artist 12 PRO is an advance version of Artist 12 .

The XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro graphics tablet has the coveted 8192 pressure senstivity, as well as tilt functionality,the stylus is battery-free and wireless . and The Artist 12 Pro’s 11.6 inch completely laminated IPS display enables 178-degree viewing angle with 1920*1080 high resolutions. There is a red color dial interface and 8 hotkeys customizable in the right side that facilitates smooth workflow.

I tend to use my monitor tablet more for better hand-eye tracking. It feels better to me so I do the majority of my work on it. I would never go back to a regular tablet, the Artist 12 Pro is so natural.

Technology Specifications :

Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, Full HD Display Colour Gamut: 72% NTSC, 100% sRGB Resolution: 5080 LPI Pen Pressure: 8192 levels Tilt: 60 Degrees Ports: HDMI/USB Size: 351.52 x 225.38 x 12.9 mm Active Area: 256.32 x 144.18 mm Brightness: 250 cd/m2 Contrast Ratio (Typical): 700 : 1 Number of Colors: 16.7 M Report Rate: ≧200 RPS (Revolutions per Second) Response Time: 14ms Hand Input Resolution: 5080 LPI (Lines per Inch) Viewing Angle:178° System: Windows 10/8/7 (32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later official site: https://www.xp-pen.com/product/479.html

What’s in the box?

The tablet comes in a white box with a front view image of tablet with a pretty drawing displayed on it.

The things that come in the box:

XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro tablet XP-Pen PA2 battery-free pen Pen holder Combined cable (USB type-C to USB type-A, HDMI, and USB type-A for power) USB type-A extension cable (for power) USB power adapter Outlet adapters for international power outlets HDMI to Mini-DisplayPort adapter Pen nib replacements x8 Anti-fouling glove Screen cleaning cloth User manual Warranty policy and warranty card “Thank you” card

fully laminated Display

The XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro has an active drawing area on tablet of 11.6 inches diagonally, which gives it a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080.

The display has an impressive gamut of 72 per cent of Adobe NTSC , which is actually same with the Wacom Cintiq 16. However, the colour accuracy is good, but not perfect, so you’ll need to use a colour calibrator to fix it to avoid your artwork’s colours being inaccurate when printed.

The screen is capable of being extremely bright, and brightness can be conveniently adjusted by buttons on the side of the tablet.

The 12 Pro’s screen is laminated and bonded, That’s where they reduce the space between the screen and the glass to increase accuracy and reduce the parallax. The low levels of parallax are very similar to the Cintiq. It’s noticeable, but minor, and you’ll get accustomed to it quickly.

The pre-applied, and replaceable film cover’s anti-glare properties reduce reflections considerably. this is to give your pen more grip and improve control when drawing. Because the 12 doesn’t have etched glass, the tablet surface is slippery, feeling more like a phone screen than paper.

The Artist 12 Pro comes with a free, anti-fowling glove, because the palm will often stick to and smudge a display when drawing.

Battery-free Stylus PA2 support tilt and pressure

This tablet uses the newest XP-Pen PA2 battery-free pen. It has a rubber grip with a plastic top, and has a nice shape with a bulge near the bottom to allow for an easy and comfortable grip on the pen.

The stylus is battery-free and boasts 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, as well as 60 degrees of tilt functionality. Also what I have to say is that the pen sensitivity is really awesome. Feeling that you are using a real pen to draw or write.

I have checked several XP-Pen’s model . They make lots of model, such as Artist 12, Artist 13.3 Pro and Artist 15.6 Pro, Artist 22E Pro and so on. It is really hard to decide. But after I have compared XP-Pen’s graphic tablet, I found that almost all XP-Pen’s tablet is 8192 levels of pen pressure sensitivity for precise pressure control and the resolution is 5080. It is better than most other brands’graphic tablet at the same price.

Tilt support is another things that has always set Wacom apart until recently. I can confirm that the tilt definitely works but I don’t use it in my work so it’s hard for me to tell how well it works.

I like the feel of the Wacom pen more, but this is still one of the best pens i have used on a Cintiq alternative and for a lot of folks, they just aren’t going to be able to tell the difference.

The stylus comes with a plastic pen holder that houses eight replacement nibs and will definitely keep your stylus safe while travelling, and the holder opens to become a pen stand.

Connection

The XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro has a USB type-C port on it to connect to the combined USB/HDMI/power cable. Also if its connected to laptop. It will take the power from laptop, so we can work remotely without direct power support also.

The 12 Pro’s USB connection cable allows you to both connect the display and draw power with the same cable, you don’t need to attach it to an AC adapter. It can even be run from an external power bank, which adds to its portability.

Install Tablet driver

The XP-Pen tablet driver are extremely easy to install. Just go download the latest version directly from XP-Pen’s site and remove all other tablet drivers you have on your computer before installing it.

Once you’ve installed the driver and plugged in your tablet, the XP-Pen driver icon should appear in the system tray in the bottom right. You can access the tablet settings by clicking on that. The installer will also create a shortcut on your desktop for opening the settings.

8 hotkeys and 1 Red Dial

The Artist 12 Pro has eight built-in shortcut keys positioned down the side of the tablet, alongside the new red dial, which can be programmed to zoom in and out, alter brush sizes, and so on. It works on most of the software so far, but sometime you will find it will be a lot of trouble when you use on some other kind of software, but when I contact to the XP-Pen service center, they response to me quickly and with patience. It makes me feeling so good.

Don’t even forget the foldable tablet stand that you can install on the back of the tab and lift it with just few angle, makes the drawing more comfortable. There are no mounting holes for mounting to a stand or a VESA mount.

Drawing Experience

XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro Screen drawing tablet need to be plugged into a computer to function. The software for it measures out how hard your pressing down so it has a weight pressure in it and only reacts to a pen so that way your fingers aren’t moving the mouse when your drawing.

This product is amazing. Colors are even better than my monitor. Easy set up and great definition. I’ve used Wacon intuos tablet for more than 5 years. But I feel more excited for this tablet with display. Works perfectly with photoshop for some photo manipulation and full on digital art. The pen works really good its well balanced and doesn’t need charging. I like that its portable an very light also doesn’t heat.

Thing is it makes you work faster. Or at least that’s how it worked for me. When you’re drawing on a screen-less graphics pad, it might have a different ratio than your monitor and that’s a bit weird when you first try it. So if you draw a circle on the tablet it will never look like a circle on your monitor, but that changes when you have a graphics display. For me, it was nice that it decreased the production time. If you’re doing a lot of work on it, you might feel a difference. I went from drawing 8 hours on a piece to only 2 or so. Of course, that might differ for each individual. With screen is mostly useful for tracing line-art.

Pros:

-Easy setup -simple software -Colors are great/ full HD resolution -Great size for on the go with a laptop -No pen delay/no pen battery -THE SHORTCUT KEYS ARE MARVELOUS -the scroll wheel is awesome -Uses type C connection -pressure is a advertised -comes with a tablet stand and glove -extra pen tips/pen case

Cons:

-Some issues with the specific drawing apps

Conclusion

A Standard Tablet can totally get the job done – but if you are a hardcore illustrator/modeler, you love sketching in notebooks, painting etc, and you’ve got the money I’d recommend a XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro. Where you put the pen is where you draw – there’s no learning curve, there’s no disconnect, the screen real estate is fantastic , plenty of buttons and Red Dial to customize shortcuts, etc. it’s amazing.

Attracting design makes me love it at first sign. I think this is most important thing for a product. It is not attractive at first sign, it is hard for people to choose it. We all love beautiful things, right. So the outward appearance is very important.

I can’t say that XP-Pen is perfect and they can replace wacom. While for this competitive price and good service, it is a good choice for people who would like to buy a drawing tablet with no much cash. Just as the daily use and dress, someone can easily afford the best things without hesitation. But I think also part of people would think twice and carefully make a decision. And the XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro is an amazing entry-level screen drawing tablet and is super fluid and has no lag at this low price. You deserve it.

I bought the $250 on the XP-Pen official store , here is the link . You can check it for more information.

https://www.storexppen.com/buy/artist-12-pro.html (0)

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I’ve been using an Intuos (using a Pro M now) for around six years, It was a model that didn’t have a display screen. and I’ve been using the iPad Pro+pencil combination for a little over a year. I do 2d digital art semi-professionally, mostly involving linework/comics. The software I use (Clip Studio Paint) is available both on Windows and IOS.

The best thing about a pen display is drawing directly on the screen. It’s easier to be accurate and you don’t have to develop the hand-eye coordination of looking at a screen vs where your hand is. Besides that, there’s basically no difference, as long as you have a good monitor.

Wacom is expensive and they can justify their prices by having market dominance in the drawing tablet and monitor industry, but other brands have released products that work just as good for a lot less.

Wacom is the industry standard, so you pay a premium for a premium product that all the professionals use. But after reading and watching reviews of the other tablet brands, I decided to buy XP-PEN Artist 13.3 Pro because it was my first drawing monitor purchase and it was only a little over $300. Other than its small screen, I really have nothing bad to say about it and I enjoy drawing on it.

I’ve had the XP-PEN Artist13.3 Pro since August and I absolutely love it. The display is big and beautiful and there’s no lag. The screen feels great to draw on. Not exactly “like paper” as some have said, but it definitely feels nice. Nice glide but with just enough resistance to feel like an authentic drawing experience.

It’s super good, every version gets amazingly better, it’s also very large, great for animating and painting for 1/3rd the price of a Cintiq.

First Impressions

The product arrived on time.The packaging was pretty impressive .

The box was very well, I loved the packaging it has a beautiful and very firm and strong box so in case you are shipping it far away rest assure the package is well protected.

The overall build quality is solid. Edges are all rounded off. It actually looks quite good.

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Pro is one of the most affordable Cintiq alternatives out there, price-wise. It’s really a good choice if you’re cash-strapped, as long as you don’t mind drawing on a smaller screen.

Specifications:

Product dimensions: 39 x 25 x 1.4cm Active area: 29.3 x 16.5cm Screen: 13.3 inches with 1920 x 1080 resolution Panel type: IPS Colors: 16.7 million Input: USB-C Graphic ports supported: HDMI, miniDisplay Pen does not require battery Stand : Included Visual Angle:178° Pressure sensitivity: 8,192 levels + 60° tilt Display Color Gamut: 88% NTSC , Adobe® RGB≧91%,sRGB≧123% Artist 13.3 Pro official site : https://www.xp-pen.com/product/464.html

Package Contents :

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Pro tablet HDMI/Power/USB all-in-one cable USB extension cable HDMI to miniDisplay adapter Pen and stand 8 replacement nibs Wall charger and various international plugs Manual, warranty card, cleaning cloth and glove

The packaging box features a very simple clean design. With this box, you lift up the cover to reveal the pen display and all the things included.

The fully-laminated Screen

When you first open up the box, the screen has a protector film over it which has to be peel off to reveal the matte screen protector. It’s a nice texture to draw on.

On XP-Pen Artist13.3’s screen there’s a screen protector that adds texture to the screen. The purpose for this texture is to add friction while you draw, and to hopefully make it similar to drawing on paper. also it can reduces glare and also protects the glass in the long run from scratches.

Calibration on the tablet is decent and does stray a bit towards the edges, but not so bad to ruin the drawing experience. I recommend calibrating the tablet before you draw if you are moving the tablet around.

XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro comes with a 13.3-inch screen, which provides you with a decent drawing area (the active drawing area is 293.76 X 165.24 mm). the tablet used an IPS panel so colour reproduction is quite decent. Some one will think this is small draw area, but you could get used to it if this is your first pen display, or if you want a portable one to take with you on the go.

This 13.3 inch pen display supports a 1920 x 1080 resolution. For a screen this size, which isn’t too big, everything appears sharp.

The colors are on point with 120% sRGB color space support in XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro , The viewing angles in this display are really good and you would notice no color shift or rainbow effect when looking off the axis. The display of tablet is sufficiently bright and you can easily use them in bright indoor environments.

XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro comes with a fully-laminated display. It results in better image quality with more vibrant colors.

In older displays ( artist 13.3 V2 ) when you draw on the tablet there is a small gap between where the strokes appear and the point where the stylus is actually touching the display surface. This is called parallax.

This small gap affects the drawing experience and makes you feel disconnected from what you are drawing.

One of the biggest advantages of laminated displays is that – they reduce parallax and the strokes appear exactly where you draw them on the screen.

The stylus support pressure and tilt

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Pro comes with a passive pen. The pen supports 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and ±60° of tilt support . It does not use battery so it does not need to be charged.it has two side buttons but no eraser.

The front end of the stylus is made of rubbery silicone material that helps with a comfortable grip. The Stylus has the maximum width near the pen tip which slowly tapers off towards the back.

Weight distribution and balance are also optimized for better drawing performance and more control over the stylus. The pen is tip heavy which feels comfortable while drawing.

The pen comes with a pen holder to store it away while not in use. Inside the pen holder, you can find 8 replacement nibs. Replacing the pen nib is something you ought to do when the current nib become pointy.

Anyone can learn to add tilt into their work space though and it can become another modifier when drawing. For instance maybe you want pressure to adjust opacity not size, and you want tilt to adjust size not opacity. This would be like how a real pencil works. Pressing harder doesn’t make a pencil line bigger it just makes it darker. But tilting the pencil does make the line wider.

People who like to do digital painting may also find tilt useful as the hairs of a brush can be simulated in programs like Corel Painter where the shape of the digital brush changes with angle just like a real paint brush which can be spread out when pushed into the canvas, or thin lines if gently brushed, or thick lines if tilted.

I am an airbrush and pencil/charcoal person in real life and especially when doing digital airbrushing the tilt is important because many of the most basic airbrush strokes, dagger lines, etc all depend on the distance from the surface and the angle and direction the needle is pointing. I could never reproduce my airbrush techniques digitally until tilt and rotation was added. I use my Artist 13.3 Pro when I need those effects.

XP-Pen is a popular brand and they have a lot of experience with making graphics tablets and it shows in their products.

The stylus performs good, totally on par with what you would expect from a premium tablet. The strokes are accurate with no signs of pen jitter or wavy lines. There are no issues of inconsistency or ghost strokes appearing. These pens have well-calibrated and smooth pressure curves with no weird pressure bump issues.

8 Hot Keys and 1 red Multipurpose Dial

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Pro comes with 8 hot keys. Out of which 7 buttons can be used for the shortcut . You could customize these keys to do all sorts of the shortcuts you do on your art program. For example, you could set one of the keys to switch to the selection tool(assuming you use it a lot), while having another one to activate a certain filter. The possibilities are high.

Buttons of the tablet is easy to press and have a satisfying click to it. the buttons are marked with raised dots to easily identify them without looking.

Multipurpose shortcut buttons are great as they allow you to perform multiple shortcuts with a single button.

the Artist 13.3 Pro has a freely rotating dial as their multi-shortcut button. It also has the same shortcuts like changing the size of brush and erasers, pan, zoom, and scroll. You can switch between these modes with the help of the mode switcher button. The roller makes a clicking sound after every 15° of rotation which adds a nice touch.

How to connect the tablet to the computer

The XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro is not standalone device and need to be connected to a computer.

The tablet comes with a hybrid 3 in 1 cable. The cable has a USB Type-C connector at one end and an HDMI port, Full-size USB and a power connector at the other end.

For connecting your tablet to the computer, first, you need to connect the single USB Type-C cable to the tablet. Next, connect the HDMI and Full-size USB cable to your computer and the power cable to the Power adapter. After that install, the driver and you are ready to go.

Some of the newer generations of laptops do not have an HDMI and full-size USB port. In that case, you can get a USB hub . It has all the ports you need for connecting your tablet.

The Driver and tablet settings

A driver is a software that helps the computer to understand pen and tablet data. The instructions for installing and setting up the drivers & controls were on the xp-pen official website and super clear .

Before you get to install the driver, it’s important you remember to uninstall any graphics tablet driver on your computer, either from Wacom or another manufacturer.

With the driver, you can change the pressure sensitivity, assign functions to the side and physical shortcut buttons and switch to left-handed mode if you want to. Some of the other settings include adjusting the color, contrast, brightness of the tablet and creating application-specific shortcuts.

It is very easy to install and I love the way everything looks and feels. I use both photoshop, paint sai, and clip studio and this tablet works great for all of those programs.

Drawing performance

Most of the functions such as sketch, paint, design and edit can be executed directly from the tablet screen, work naturally and intuitively.

There’s this inconsistency or the challenge of maintaining a consistently smooth line when drawing curves. When you’re testing for it, it’s going to show up, but when actually drawing with it, it’s not that big of an issue. Out of all the apps, Clip Studio Paint works perfectly without any of the wobble or stroke issues.

Enjoy Every Detail Artist13.3 pro driver can support 4K displays, allowing you enjoy every sharp detail and every soft line. The newest brightness adjustable buttons help you to find the most suitable lightness, offering you an comfortable drawing experience.

If you’re using Windows, the performance of the pen is better than on Mac. You get nicer looking lines.

Pros

– Good build quality and design – Pen does not require battery – 8 shortcut buttons are useful – Smooth lines, no wonkiness at all! – The lighting and color display matched my monitor – No brightness issues – All the shortcuts worked well – The 13” screen is nice and there was no display compression , Screen has decent colour accuracy and viewing angles – Pressure worked well and coloring my art was nice with the slant you can do with the pen – Price is very competitive on this size , Great for art hobbyists!

Cons

– Matte screen protecter affects sharpness of the screen

– the bezels are huge!

Neutral

– The bigger sized models of these are probably better if you’re an artist so you can have more space to work with.

– If you use a small laptop, you may not have enough usb slots for all the cables you need to hook up for the tablet so this works better on a bigger laptop/desktop.

– Of course, you need to configure your pen settings and stability settings for your satisfaction with the tablet output.

Summary

It’s a great little drawing tablet! Full support for Windows 10, I definitely recommend this tablet to artists who cannot afford the Wacom price.

For anyone that wants one of those fancy Wacom Cintiqs but can’t afford one, this tablet might be a great alternative!

Warm Reminder: the drawing tablet could draw power from USB port, as that could mean the ability to use it on the go more easily than other pen displays.

XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro comes with a very basic tablet stand which is made of plastic. It has a single adjustable angle of 20 degrees.

If you want to buy this XP-Pen Artist 13.3 Pro graphic tablet monitor , check out the link blow

Official store : https://www.storexppen.com/buy/artist-13-pro.html (0)

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If you’re a graphic designer, illustrator, or digital artist you’ll know that a drawing tablet can boost your creativity and streamline your workflow.

Their ability to turn hand drawings into accurate digital representations is enough to tempt beginners and seasoned professionals away from traditional pencil and paper, and as the trend grows so do the number of options for drawing tablets available on the market.

If you have ever use a drawing tablet , you should know XP-Pen brand , XP-Pen is one of the most popular brands in drawing tablets Market . While XP-Pen Graphics tablets consistently rank alongside the best drawing tablets in terms of quality and functionality, they also tend to be available at fantastically competitive prices. This makes them a great option for ambitious creatives working to tight budgets .

About XP-Pen

XP-Pen is founded in Japan in 2005, it specializes in graphics tablets, pen display monitors, light pads, stylus pens and digital graphical products. In 2008 they established an office in Taiwan. In 2013, XP-Pen Technology Co. was founded in the United States. In 2015 they opened their office in Shenzhen, China.

XP-Pen is a professional and reliable supplier of graphics tablets, pen display monitors, stylus pens and more digital graphical products. They strive to enable young artists to realize their full digital potential by pushing the limits of tablet technology.

More details you can visit their official site > https://www.xp-pen.com

XP-Pen Anniversary Sale

To celebrate the company’s 14th anniversary, XP-Pen is running a huge sales event on a wide lineup of Graphics Tablets and Drawing Monitors .

XP-Pen Anniversary Sale 2019 dates are August 16 to September 15. you can get Big Savings for Huge Selection . Anyone who buys any product from XP-Pen will have a chance to win a pixiv Premium Account (valued at $16) for free for 3 months. also you can get free creative software Artrage Lite or Artrage 5 , openCanvas , learn more you can visit XP-Pen 14th Anniversary activity Page – https://www.storexppen.com/topic/14.html .

As part of its anniversary celebration, XP-Pen offers up to $100 discount on select drawing tablets. This includes popular machines like the XP-Pen Deco 01 , XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro , and XPPEN’s newest Artist 12 Pro Tablet Monitor .

Save with amazing Deals and Free Shipping when you buy now online. Get best deals when you shop on XP-Pen official store . this Anniversary Sale activity is Globally , just select your country or region from the top of the page .

If you see a XP-Pen tablet you like at a price to suit your budget, be sure to pick it up quickly. The best XP-Pen deals are selling out quickly, especially because graphics tablets discounts are some of the most hotly anticipated deals.

Latest XP-Pen Anniversary Sale deals Products

30% off XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro Graphic monitor

Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus – Comes with 8192 levels of pen pressure, battery-free pen provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience; Plus with ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. (An plastic stand is included).

8 Press Keys and 1 Red Roller Wheel – With 11.6 Inches IPS screen, not only save your time but also enhance your productivity.

120% sRGB Color Gamut – Comes with more than 200 PPS Report Rate, you can have better performance and quicker response when working on the pen display; The drawing monitor cannot only provide users with a wider field of view, but also offering richer colors and more natural transition.

Full-laminated Anti-glare Glass – Thanks to the full-laminated screen technology, the stroke you drew is accurate and natural, and almost without offset; Besides, the screen surface is covered with anti-glare glass, effectively reducing the “glare” effect and providing better protection for your eyesight.

Compatibility – XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS 10.10 or later; It is also compatible with mainstream software like Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio, Paint Tool Sai and more; XP-Pen provides one year warranty.

20% off XP-Pen Artist15.6 Pro Drawing Tablet With Screen

A more affordable pen Display with XP-Pen advanced technology, 8,192 pressure levels and tilt recognition.

It’s amazing precision and reduced Parallax ( Because of the full-laminated screen technology ) provide the most natural drawing experience .

XP-Pen’s 15.6” 1920×1080 HD display provides you with clarity to see every detail of your work.

See your creations in vibrant color on the Artist 15.6 Pro’s HD display (16.7 million colors Bit, 88 percentage NTSC ). Work as long as you’d like with the battery free pen that charges off the screen while you create .

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and 1 innovative Red Dial , puts more customization options at your fingertips, and allows you to optimize your workflow to capture and express your ideas faster and more easily .

Connect to your computer with the convenient 3 in 1 (HDMI) connection cable and get into the perfect position with foldable legs that let you adjust how you want to work. Brightness 250 cd/m2 .

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Pro come with a colorable mascot gift worth for $59.99

The Artist 13.3 Pro Pen Display from XP-Pen is designed for casual artists and professionals alike who want a medium-sized drawing tablet.

Measuring 13.3″, its display has a 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution for clear details as well as an anti-glare coating with reduced parallax to help minimize distractions and replicate a pen-to-paper-like feel. Specs-wise, its display has a 250 cd/m² brightness rating, a 1000:1 static contrast ratio, wide 178° viewing angles, and support for up to 16.7 million colors with 88% NTSC color coverage.

Apart from the tablet, the Artist 13.3 Pro comes with a battery-free stylus , 8192 pressure levels sensitivity. Furthermore, there’s virtually no lag or batteries and recharging required. With tilt support, you’ll be able to draw naturally as you would with a pencil or brush.

Aside from the Stylus , a set of accessories are included such as a pen holder, replacement nibs, and a nib removal tool. For a more comfortable drawing experience, the Artist 13.3 Pro come with foldable built-in Stand.

For additional features and functionality, you can use 8 ExpressKey and 1 red dial to help boost your productivity.

20% off XP-Pen Artist15.6 best Budget Screen Drawing Tablet

The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Drawing Tablet monitor features the P05 Stylus which uses Electro Magnetic Resonance technology to draw the power it needs from the tablet so it does not require a battery.

Features 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and a low activation force, enabling it to detect even very light pen strokes.

Full 1920 x 1080 HD display , 16.7 million colors and 75% Adobe RGB .

11mm thin design, 3 in 1 cable, and a new brightness adjustment button.

6 express keys available to be customized according to your own needs.

Compatible with Most Operating Systems and Applications

Adobe suite (Illustrator, Photoshop, Lightroom), Autodesk Sketchbook, Paint Tool SAI, ArtRage, Krita, Artweaver, Rebelle, Clip Studio Paint., Corel suite (Painter, Draw, Paintshop Pro),

17% off XP-Pen Artist 16 Pro display drawing tablet

15.6 inch 1920×1080 resolution IPS 16:9 Display with 178° degree of visual angle .

It is made with a 92% Adobe RGB color gamut, which is obviously necessary for high-quality animation and photographic retouching. Plus,

Battery-free stylus technology provides 8192 levels of instant pen pressure sensitivity.

8 fully customizable express keys create a highly ergonomic and convenient work platform.

Enjoy the high quality glass design , allow users to sketch, paint, design and edit photos directly from the drawing tablet screen.

Find a perfect and comfortable position with the adjustable stand by dragging the switch to create your work.

20% off XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro Graphic Tablet Monitor

The XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro is the upgraded version of the Artist 22E , including a large amount of programmable express keys on both sides .

21.5 inch Full HD screen with 1920×1080 resolution, color gamut 78%~82% Adobe RGB , full viewing angle of 178 degrees .

8 programmable Express Keys per side. More ease of use and comfort, faster workflow with easy access to frequently used shortcuts.

P02S digital pen with 8192 pressure levels, rechargeable, no tilt sensitivity .

5080 LPI and 233 PPS report rate (good figures to avoid broken lines and delays while drawing) .

Adjustable multi-position stand, allows inclination of the screen from 20 to 80 degrees .

10% off XP-Pen Artist 22 Pro Pen Display Tablet

The XP-Pen Artist 22 Pro is a professional level 21.5 inch Full HD graphics tablet. It is part of XPPEN’s high-end range and it is designed to meet the most demanding expectations.

21.5-inch Full HD screen (1920 x 1080 pixels). The screen surface is huge, it’s like drawing directly on a computer screen.

P02S rechargeable digital stylus with 8192 pressure levels (it gets recharged with a USB cable)

It features a multi-position stand that allows you to tilting the screen .

This is a high quality graphics tablet with screen for drawing, graphic design, 3D or any other creative endeavour.

5% off XP-Pen Artist 12 portablet Drawing Monitor

11.6 inch, Full HD drawing monitor with 1920×1080 resolution, colour gamut 72% NTSC, 178 degree full viewing angle.

5080 LPI and 233 PPS report rate (a good figure to avoid broken lines and delays while drawing) .

New P06 battery-free stylus, completely battery-free, 8192 pressure levels but without tilt function support. has 2 express keys on the digital stylus.

6 programmable shortcut keys and a touch bar (useful for zooming and moving around the work area), on the left side (good for left-handed use simply by turning the tablet around) .

Good value for money. A very good set of specs for a very decent price, makes this tablet the top of the list when it comes to quality-price ratio.

20% off XP-Pen Deco Pro Android Digital Drawing Tablet

New pen technology supports 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, tilt-response and virtually lag-free tracking.

Large size is a super-slim tablet design with a more larger active area than previous models (11” x 6” Medium or 9″ x 5″ Small ) .

XP-Pen Deco Pro graphic tablet features 8 Customizable Express Keys and double wheel design .

System Requirements: USB port, Windows® 7 or later (64bit). Mac OS 10.10 or later,

Internet connection to download driver and Software.

20% off XP-Pen Deco 01 V2 Android Graphic Tablet Support Tilt function

Every stroke you draw on the XP-Pen Deco 01 V2 tablet can be precisely and originally recorded by pen and tablet and immediately display on your computer screen. 10″ x 6.25″ large working area .

8 Customizable Express Keys set individual shortcut way to skip tedious typing and clicking time and improve efficiency.

8192 Levels Pressure Sensitivity, ±60 degrees Tilt function support , 5080 LPI Resolution, ≧ 200 PPS Report Rate, providing professional drawing experience.

OS Compatibility: Compatible with Android 6.0 , Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS 10.8.0 or above.

Works with major programs like Adobe Photoshop, SAI, Illustrator, Clip Studio, Krita, CorelPainter, Manga Studio and more.

20% off XP-Pen Deco 01 Animation Tablet

The XP-Pen Deco 01 Graphic Drawing Tablet features a large 10 x 6.25-inch work area.

Features a 5080 lines per inch (LPI) drawing resolution, a 266 RPS report rate, and 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity.

Eight user assignable Express Keys on the left side of the drawing area.

The Express Keys can be assigned to input specific keystroke combinations, launch applications, open web pages, send email, or to emulate a specific mouse function (e.g., left-click of the stylus ).

10% off XP-Pen Deco 02 Digital Art Tablet

The XP-Pen Deco 02 Graphics Drawing Tablet features a large 10 x 5.63 inch drawing area. Portable design is only 9mm thick .

Features six express keys and 1 sleek newly designed silver roller for a variety of software functions.

Includes the ability to adjust the pressure sensitivity, up to 8192 level. battery-free stylus Does not require charging.

The XP-Pen Deco 02 USB Graphics Tablet is compatible with most applications including Corel Painter, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, 3D MAX, Autodesk MAYA, and more.

20% off XP-Pen Deco 03 Wireless graphic tablet

This might be a great choice for your powerful drawing tablet. It’s very portable, big , lightweight and full of great features.

Sufficient Compact Working Area – The large working surface of 10×5.62 inches provides users with larger space to draw, bringing users a more enjoyable working experience of the digital tablet.

Battery-free digital stylus with 8192 pressure sensitivity levels, no need for batteries and it doesn’t need to be recharged. Report rate of 266 RPS, even higher than other high-end drawing tablet .

8 User-defined Shortcuts and 1 red roller wheel – The drawing tablet is convenient to set up your favorite shortcuts according to your own needs.

20% off XP-Pen Star 06 Wireless painting Tablet

large Work Area : a fair amount of drawing space, 10 x 6 inches. This drawing tablet is thin (only 10 mm) and light enough so you can carry it around your workspace.

Battery-free pen with 8192 level pressure sensitivity,Responsive and no need to charge , allowing for constant uninterrupted using.

1 Touch ring & 6 customized express Keys: touch ring make your working easily for zoom in & out, and Undo/redo etc.The 6 express keys can be customized according to your usage habits.

Wireless connectivity gives you an amazing cable-free work experience making for a tidier desktop environment at work.

Compatible with Mac and Windows. Compatible with drawing softwares such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel painter, Comic studio, Manga Studio ,Clip Studio etc.

10% off XP-Pen Star 05 Wireless Graphic Tablet

The Star05 features both wired and wireless USB capability: Simply plug the included USB receiver into your computer to draw wirelessly using the ISM 2.4G and FHSS, or connect to your computer with the included USB cable for standard wired use.

Built-in lithium battery charges quickly and conveniently during wired use.

2.5 hours provides a full charge that lasts up to 14 hours.

Battery-free stylus with 2048 pressure levels does not require charging.

Six touch-sensitive shortcut keys allow quick access to most commonly used functions.

8” x 5” working area provides ample room to draw and paint comfortably.

Compatible with Windows 10/8/7/Vista and Mac 10.7 or above operating systems.

Works with most currently available drawing software, such as Photoshop, Paint tool Sai, Clip Studio Paint, etc.

20% off XP-Pen Star 03 affordable Drawing Tablet

The XP-Pen Star 03 Tablet is one of the most affordable larger sized ( 10 x 6 inches ) tablets and one that is ideal for people who are just starting to use these types of devices.

Whether you are looking for an alternative to a mouse pointing device or you are interested in digital painting, drawing, or editing, this may be the right tablet for you. it is well within the price range of most consumers.

8 programmable shortcut keys, on one side, suitable for both left-handed and right-handed use, by turning the tablet around.

when it comes to sensitivity, the 8192 levels of pen pressure mean that you will be able to achieve precision every time. (0)

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Amazon Prime Day 2019 officially kicks off on July 15th – July 16th, there will have some great deals.

Digital designers and artists on the look out for a discount pen display or drawing tablet are in luck: these XP-Pen Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals slash up to 15% off the popular XP-Pen graphic drawing tablets.your will get all the best deals on xp-pen brand graphics tablet, Screen Drawing Tablets , and more during the biggest retail event of 2019 so far.

If you’re not familiar with XP-Pen, this professional graphics tablet company has been developing pro drawing products since 2005. The company offers a decent budget alternative to more expensive Wacom options. learn more you can visit xp-pen official site – https://www.xp-pen.com .

Amazon Prime Day 2019: Fast facts

When does Prime Day start? Really, the answer is right now, even though the official start date and time is tomorrow, Monday, July 15 at 3am EDT (midnight PDT). We have a bunch of price drops updating live in our deals list below.

When does Prime Day end? Tuesday, July 16 at 3am EDT (midnight PDT). It’s two full days – 48 hours long.

Amazing XP-Pen pen display & drawing tablet discounts

XP-Pen will be cutting 15% off several of its popular graphics tablets, drawing monitors including the Wacom Cintiq 16-rivaling Artist 15.6 Pro .

The newest pen display tablet XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro will be $340 on Prime Day. Regular price: $399.99 (official store) .

Visit: https://www.storexppen.com/coupon/index (official store)

Visit: https://www.amazon.com/xp-pen (US)

Visit: https://www.amazon.co.uk/xp-pen (UK)

Retail events like Prime Day and Black Friday usually guarantee good deals if you can wait. You might want to upgrade your outdated tech and splash out on a drawing tablet . With these discounts, there’s no better time to pick up an XP-Pen device.

Pen Tablet and drawing monitors can be sizeable investments, so we’ve created this roundup to help you make the right decision and get the best deal possible during Amazon Prime Day. you will get it after 2~3 days after you purchase .

XP-Pen official store product deals list during Prime Day:

Cheap XP-PEN StarG640S Android Graphic Drawing Tablet

Android Phones and Tablets Supported-Star G640S Android support connect to Andriod Mobile devices(Mobile phone or tablets) that run Android 6.0 or above operating system with using the included OTG connector. iPhone and iPad do not support.

High-pressure sensitivity-The drawing pen tablet features 6 x 3.75 inches working area that fully-utilizes our 8192 levels of pen pressure sensitivity. Experience even finer-tuned precision and razor-sharp accuracy right at your fingertips. The Phone working area is mapping to the full working space on the tablet.

Features 6 round customizable express keys! Housed right at your fingertips for quick access to customize and optimize your workflow. At only 9mm thick, the G640S Android drawing tablet is slim for portability and easy on-the-go use.

Battery-free Passive Pen! P05 Passive Pen is the perfect replacement for the traditional mouse! Our stylus pens require no charging, allowing for endless, uninterrupted drawing and gaming. This tablet is designed for both right and left-hand users. Allowing you to have more fun. Also comes with 20 replacement pen nibs, no worry for lack of pen nibs .

StarG640S Android can be used with Andriod 6.0 or above and Windows 10/8/7 and Mac 10.10 above operating systems and is compatible with most major creative software programs. Cross-compatibility is updated periodically through our driver updates. XP-Pen provides one-year warranty and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays .

Advanced XP-PEN Deco Pro Graphics Drawing Tablet with Tilt Function Double Wheel

XP-PEN Deco Pro, the XP-Pen’s latest tablet release, makes its debut as the 2019 Red Dot Design Award Winner and the 2018 Good Design Award Winner. The Deco Pro Medium features an 11 x 6 inch working area, giving you a bigger canvas for your creations. Made with an aluminum casing and featuring a curved form as thin as 7mm, making it smooth to use and sleek in appearance.

XP-PEN Deco Pro features the new groundbreaking double wheel interface combines a mechanical and virtual wheel that makes it possible to perform multiple actions with one hand, it’s easier and quicker than ever to capture, write, draw, and edit. The roller wheel comes equipped with an indicator light and adjustable brightness level, letting you stay immersed in your creation even in dim light. It also features 8 responsive shortcut keys, giving you instant access to specific functions.

The XP-Pen Deco Pro supports up to 60 degrees of tilt function! Quickly and easily responding to the way your hand naturally moves. Tilt function also delivers smoother and more natural transitions between lines and strokes while also giving you the ability to add shading to your creation. And the newly designed A41 battery-free stylus, no batteries or charging is ever required. There are no clumsy cords for charging and no extra cost for an extra pen.

Deco Pro Medium with up to 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, the Deco Pro provides you precise control and accuracy. Create fine lines in a fluid and incredibly natural experience. Deco Pro comes with a multi-function pen holder to keep your pen and pen nibs safe. You can use it as a pen stand or as a case to keep your pen secure anywhere you go.

Android Phones and Tablets Supported-The XP-Pen Deco Pro Medium is compatible with Windows 7/8/10, Mac OS X 10.10 or above and Android devices 6.0 or above, and works with most major creative software including Photoshop, SAI, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and more. XP-Pen provides a one-year warranty [warranty only valid under the situation that damage is not caused by man-made] and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays .

Affordable XP-PEN DECO 03 Wireless Graphic Tablet with 8192 Level Stylus

DECO 03 newly designed drawing tablet with 10*5.62 large drawing area and full screen scratch free protective layer offers grand creation space for natural and smooth digital art creation without leaving any scratch on the surface;

Creative multi-function Red Dial built in for faster operation, utilized the functional dial by rotating for creative design, 6 programmable short cut keys increase the productivity and performance when drawing with DECO 03 graphics tablet;

Wireless drawing tablet release you from limitation of connection cable, enjoy the freedom of movement for digital art creation, the built in rechargeable battery offers hours of working time and easily recharged the tablet by plug in the cable with computer;

8192 level pressure sensitivity pen stylus enables you to draw lines and sketch with brush tool with the pressure you apply to the pen in more precise and accurate way, newly design Pen holder with 8 extra pen nips and increased 266 RPS provides more durable and natural drawing experience;

Ultra thin 8mm body with light weight design, makes it easy to hold and carry in hand, compatible with Windows 10/8/7 Mac OS operating system, suits for creative software such as Photoshop, SAI, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, Zbrush, Krita, Gimp, Sketchbook and more, ideal for professional and beginner designer.

Best budget XP-Pen Deco 01 Graphics Drawing Tablet, Graphic Tablets with 8 Shortcut Keys

LARGE DRAWING SPACE: The XP-PEN Deco 01 is provided with 10 x 6.25 inch working area, so you have more space to create and get work done. Super lightweight panel with compact design and delicate craftsmanship, offers a no delay or no chopping excellent drawing experience.

CUSTOMIZED EXPRESS KEYS: The Deco 01 features 8 customized express keys that saving your time and making your drawing smoother. Designed for both right and left hand user. Remove all limitations and set out to what you want to be.

BRILLIANT & STYLISH APPEARANCE: Drawing tablet with ultra-thin and ergonomically designed. 8mm thickness offers you ultra portability. Lightweight, carry it anywhere without any burden. 4 LED lights in the edge indicate the active drawing area.

8192 LEVEL PRESSURE SENSITIVITY PEN STYLUS: The P03 stylus of graphic tablet comes with 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, making it durable and fit comfortably in your hand and provides you with a more natural and realistic drawing experience. Stylus is no battery, no charging required.

COMPATIBLE WITH MOST OPERATING SYSTEMS & APPLICATIONS: Graphic Tablet DECO 01 is compatible with Windows 10/8/7, Mac OS version 10.8 and above. Also compatible with many major designer software such as Photoshop, SAI, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and more. Ideal for professional and beginner designer. We offer you One-year warranty service and clock customer service.

XP-PEN Artist12 11.6 Inch FHD Drawing Monitor Pen Display under $200

XP-PEN Artist12 11.6 Inch FHD Drawing Monitor Pen Display Graphic Monitor with PN06 Battry-Free Pen Multi-Function Pen Holder and Glove 8192 Pressure Sensitivity.

XP-PEN’s latest smallest 1920×1080 HD display paired with 72% NTSC Color Gamut, presenting vivid images, vibrant colors and extreme detail for a stunning display of your artwork. Features a slim touch bar that can be programmed to zoom in and out on your canvas, scroll up and down, and more.

Artist12 pen tablet come with 11.6 Inch display area, equipped with 8192-levels of pressure sensitivity and 6 handy shortcut keys, comes with the anti-reflective coating, included with the Multi-function Pen Holder .

XP-PEN advanced P06 passive pen was made for a traditional pencil-like feel! Featuring a unique hexagonal design, non-slip & tack-free flexible glue grip, partial transparent pen tip, and an eraser at the end! Delivering technical sense, high efficiency, with a fashionable and comfortable grip.

Artist12 Pen display is HD IPS display. It’s ideal for drawing, photography, animation, fashion, Sketching, Image editing, 3D sculpting, drawing beginners, Art painting Amateur, architecture design and more.

XP-PEN Artist 12 supports Windows 10/8/7(32/64bit), MAC OS 10.8 and higher. Compatible with popular digital art software such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, SAI, CDR, Painter, SketchBook Pro, MediBang, Clip Studio and more.

XP-PEN Artist 15.6 Pro Drawing Display with 120% sRGB color gamut and Tilt Function

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro LCD drawing monitor with breakthrough red dial provides 8 customizable buttons to zoom in and out, scroll up and down, easily design your own shortcuts, allows you to experience a comfortable touch while further optimizing your workflow and improving your productivity;

A more affordable passive stylus technology provides 8192 pressure levels and tilt recognition for the pen display. It’s amazing precision and reduced parallax provide the most natural drawing experience. Artist 15.6 Pro large drawing monitor supports a 60 degree tilt function that can easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus and mimic the true tilt effect. The passive stylus does not need charging;

Artist15.6-inch drawing monitor IPS Full HD resolution display, 88% NTSC (120% sRGB) wide color gamut, high color reproduction, 178°wide viewing angle. Seamlessly fits the glass and the screen with a full-fit technology to create a zero-parallax, easy-to-use work environment that’s also easy on the eyes. It is designed for both left and right handed users;

The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro drawing display features a slim 11mm profile, and requires only a 3-in-1 cable to connect to your computer and powered by wall plug, making the desktop cleaner. Compatible with Windows 10/8/7, Mac OS version 10.10 or later, and major graphics software such as Photoshop, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and more.

XP-PEN Artist22E Pro 21.5 Inch HD Pen Display Monitor with 16 Shortcuts

We are committed to providing you with cost-effective products and customer service as the top priority. This is our commitment: one year warranty, lifetime technical support. If you have any questions after purchasing, please feel free to contact us and we will do our best to solve the problem with you.We have been in the painting industry for five years,we have solved the problems you may have with the rich industry experience.

XP-PEN Artist22E Pro pen display functions such as drawing, sketching, painting, design, and editing can now be performed directly on the surface of your monitor. Expand your creativity and work naturally and intuitively. It meets the needs of all types of digital artists at any skill level.

Artist22E Pro drawing display features 1080p resolution with 77%-82% Adobe Color Gamut Coverage(100%SRGB) and an extra-wide 178° viewing angle. Our 4 and 9-point calibration will provide your work unprecedented accuracy and precision. Features 16 customizable Express keys, the driver allows the express keys to be attuned to many different software. Fit for both left and right handed users.

XP-PEN Artist22E Pro graphic drawing tablet provides 8192 levels of instant pen pressure sensitivity, P02S rechargeable pen providing you with groundbreaking control and fluidity to expand your creative output. And the Max Report Rate has increased to 266 RPS, to make lines flow smoother and perform better, working faster and efficiently.

Artist 22E Pro driver can support 4k displays under extend mode. Now you can enjoy every sharp detail. The custom-designed anti-reflective coating reduces glare by 56 percent. Your screen will continue to look clear and beautiful, even if it’s bright out. The sturdy, adjustable, and ergonomically designed stand prevents shaking and sliding, providing a comfortable drawing experience. It can also be attached to a 75×75 mm vesa mount.

XP-PEN Artist22E Pro Supports Windows 7/8/10 and Mac Os x 10.10.x or later. Compatible with popular digital art software such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, Comic Studio, SAI, Zbrush, Medibang Paint, Toonboom Harmony etc. XP-PEN provides one-year warranty and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays. (0)

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One of the most popular brands in drawing tablets, XP-Pen has officially launched its flagship product Deco Pro Small and Deco Pro Medium on 17nd May 2019. These smart tablets captured the market in no time as both the tablets are highly compatible with Android OS, which has never been seen before in the entire tablet industry.

XP-Pen Deco Pro Creative Pen Tablet is an amazing device special made for professional sketchers, drawers and illustrators. The XP-Pen Deco Pro Series graphic tablet is a brand new product that can be connected not only to a PC / laptop but also to an Android phone / tablet to use. Besides, OTG connection is another feature of Deco Pro that will further facilitate drawing outdoors.

The XP-Pen Deco Pro Drawing tablet works with most graphics software like Windows Paint 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Painter, Autodesk Sketchbook, Manga Studio, Clip Studio, Zbrush. It’s also compatible with the Sketckbook ,MediBang Paint , Deco Draw Android Drawing App Since it’s a tablet aimed at those who draw digitally, it has a pretty good variety of hotkeys – 8 of them: undo, change brush size, pan, zoom, erase and many more. Deco Pro offers one Virtual wheel ( touch ring ) and one Mechanic wheel that allows you to zoom in and out, use brushers, and scroll up and down. Double Wheel Design helps a lot to improve your working efficiency and save your time.

Deco Pro is equipped with the battery-free pen, which sets you free from the charging issues. Together with 8192 levels of pen pressure sensitivity and ±60° tilt support, you can enjoy more accurate and natural strokes, bringing you a more real paper-like drawing experience.

Because the work area of a PC/laptop is different from a phone/tablet, so the work area of the Deco Pro graphic tablet will be different according to the different connection way you choose.

266PPS helps to sense the pen movement agilely, with almost no delay lines. 5080 LPI high pen resolution makes the pen stroke more delicate and natural, which can easily achieve pixel-level painting display. Thanks to these configurations, your working flow is greatly improved.

It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.12 or later, and Android 6.0 or later (OTG supported devices).

XP-Pen Deco Pro Creative Pen Tablet Specs

Model: Deco Pro Small / Deco Pro Medium Application: illustration / animation / graphic design / industry design / image retouching / anime gaming, etc. Express Keys: 8 Customized Press Keys and Double Wheel Technology: Battery-Free Electromagnetic Resonance Active Area: 9 x 5 inch / 11x 6 inch Resolution: 5080 LPI Report Rate: 266PPS Pen Pressure: 8192 Levels Pen Tilt : 60 Degrees Reading Height: 10mm Interface Support: USB-C OS Support: Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.10 or later Android 6.0 or later Compliance: CE / FCC / CCC Dimensions/piece : 350 x 211.8 x 8mm Color: Black Official site: https://www.xp-pen.com/product/432.html

I have been professionally retouching photos for 8 years, full time. I have been using a Wacom intuos tablet (non-display) for that long. The hardware is great. I just replaced an indestructible old tablet that didn’t keep up with modern technology. But thanks to that I found myself in the situation of needing a new tablet and I learned about the XP-Pen Deco thanks to various reviews on YouTube.

XP-Pen has established itself as a good drawing tablet manufacturer over the years. It has a good list of options for beginners and professionals alike. I’d like to introduce you to the Deco Pro Medium. their most advanced graphics tablet . Let’s see if it’s worth getting.

Design

The design of the tablet is very eye-catching, The tablet is very lightweight and beautiful, which I really like. The XP-Pen Deco Pro tablet is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, The back and the top of the tablet made of aluminum as it is cold to the touch,This is one of the few screen-less tablets on the market which uses a metal back, so it was most certainly built to last.

XP-Pen Deco Pro is built using premium materials . The result is a pen tablet that feels reassuringly strong but is a mere 7mm thick.

The surface sheet is smooth texture . On one side of the tablet you will find eight customizable express keys and the roller Wheel , offer the perfect amount of custom functionality .

The tablet comes with the latest generation pressure pen, which feels and looks nice; and a housing for the pen which also hides about 10 replacement nibs which is very cool.

The Tablet Itself

The physical machine Deco Pro Android Drawing Tablet is nice and sturdy. It uses a USB-C to connect, and the USB-C cable detaches from the other end, which is useful if you need to transport it so you don’t have to coil the cord around it like some older xp-pen star tablets.

It seemed to work on my Dell PC just fine, I use it on a wired connection, and it seems to pick that up just fine anyway. the active drawing area is adequate yet still compact and portable. the smooth surface will allow the nibs to last longer.

Interaction With The Computer

The port itself is a standard USB type-C port with no tunnel in front of it. The use of USB type-C is really good here as it allows for the user to plug in the L-shaped cable whichever direction they need to, depending on whether they are right or left-handed.

Once you’ve gotten it plugged into your computer you’ll need to spend a bit of time with the drivers to get it to work on your computer. I’m installing it on a Windows 10 desktop. It was extremely easy to setup, download and install drivers from XP-PEN’s website,

The driver is packed with features. You can set sensitivity for pressure. Any of the buttons with any keystroke you want. You can set for different programs so when you’re in that program, the keys automatically start functioning differently depending what software you’re using. It has absolute or relative options and you can set for use with two screens or just one of the two that you have, and on and on. TIP-eliminate all other drivers, restart computer and then install this tablet’s driver otherwise you’ll have glitches.

First up, driver I must say instantly even before any tweaking I could feel just how smooth, and responsive this tablet was, with an unprecedented depth in pressure sensitivity, there is a nice curve editor right in there driver so you can fine tune and find the sweet spot you desire. It took me about 30 seconds to get the feel of a 2b pencil. A left-hand right-hand configuration switch, my self, being left-handed is a must, as well as aspect ratio and drawing field changes. You can also set up the dial, express keys all with user-defined commands.

I then ran the gambit software test, Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio Paint, Zbrush, Maya, and Blender. It all registered and performed beautifully across the board. The Express keys and wheel are responsive and have a home key registration so you know where your hand is with out looking. I must same I am very happy with this purchase and believe XP Pen will have a long future with me and my graphical needs I hope to be able to try out one of there Artist Series Pen Displays in the future as soon as I can save up the money to invest in a new one, and review that as well.

The pen support pen tilt and pressure

Another great feature is the pressure-sensitive pen tip, that is designed to recognize 8192 levels of pressure and detect tilt up to 60 degrees. the pen tilt on the Deco Pro is quite smooth. The vast degree of pressure responsiveness in the Pen is something I really appreciated, The pen also has two buttons click on the side that gives users the ability to click, right-click, or double-click.

The pen has a great feel in the hand, and that it doesn’t require batteries or need to be recharged has been a convenience for sure. Sensitivity levels are amazing, though I have found myself decreasing the range to accommodate my own pressure preferences. Its exceptional sensitivity and responsiveness gives me the control I need to take my work to the next level.

The drawing experience!

I prefer the Deco Pro Medium version because it has a better large drawing surface and I can rest my hand on other parts of the tablet when I am working. In addition, there are more express keys and the Double Wheel .

I’m using it mostly for Photoshop and Lighroom and other Drawing or Sketching apps and it’s the perfect size for everything I need a tablet for. The sensitivity/pressure settings are amazing and it really does give a true feel for the pressure applied. I’ve experienced no lag while in the wired setting for work. In fact, for most applications I end up mapping a small area of the tablet to correspond to my full 27 inch monitor screen and it allows me to control my entire screen without moving my hand.

The Double wheel is responsive and a really distinct aspect of the table, it really gives it personality. The fully customizable buttons on the side are one of my favorite features of this tablet. I’ve set it to work in conjunction with my Photoshop key shortcuts, and it makes my life so much easier when editing photos, digitally painting and doing any touchups on any application.

I really like that it came with a drawing glove, I have never used one and now I see that it can really help to keep your tablet clean. The surface of the Deco Pro really likes to get dirty with fingerprints, so the glove helps it look pristine. Not to mention, this comes with a pen stand, and the pen stand optimizes storage space so well with a selection of different pen nibs inside the stand.

Conclusion

Highly recommended for anyone looking to get started in digital drawing tablets or those who’ve been it in for a while and just want a solid, affordable digital pen tablet to add to your workforce. It gets really close to the experience of using a $300 Wacom Intuos Pro for only a fraction of the price.

No CONS for now…and hopefully I wont have any in the future.

I will really recommend it to anyone looking to start drawing digitally. Especially if XP-PEN continues to improve and support this product in the near future. I really appreciate what they have here and feel like its appropriate to support Wacom’s competition so that we can all enjoy better products in the future.

There are a few main reasons why I chose this over other tablets in the same market. 1. Great price 2. Size of work area on tablet 3. 8000+ levels of for pressure sensitivity 4. battery-free stylus support pen tilt function 5. Slim and light weight 6. Pen is smaller than other models, closer to size of actual ink pens, not too bulky in hand 7. Back to price when factoring all of the above in compared to other models/competitors

Places to buy the tablet

XP-Pen Deco Pro official Store: https://www.storexppen.com/buy/deco-pro.html (0)

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I’ve written here a number of times extolling the virtues of all things XP-Pen. Chances are if you’re reading this, you’re familiar with the XP-Pen line of products. I’ve been using XP-Pen Artist 15.6 (interactive pen displays) since 2017 or so, and frankly don’t know how I’d finish the majority of ad or magazine jobs I do on time without them. If you’re not familiar, Read more about them here…

XP-Pen release new products often. What I like about them is they release something new when the technology is there and they’ve perfected it. Case in point, I’ve had the Artist15.6 art tablet with screen for something like 2 years. It’s been that long since a comparable device has been unveiled. They did release a 21.5″ device Artist 22E Pro a few months ago, and I bought one to upgrade. This is a sturdy desktop device .

Now, they’ve just released the latest iteration of the product Artist 15.6 , the Artist 15.6 Pro . Eventually I’ll get around to doing a video review of that, but in the meantime, I thought I’d write about a new review that goes along with this new drawing monitor .

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro is the newer model of the Artist 15.6 , but with pen tilt Support , The tilt function ensures that the accuracy of the pen remains the same when tilted, offering a real and natural drawing experience.

Artist 15.6 Pro has been used 120% sRGB ( 85% adobe rgb color accuracy) in the device to give you more vivid, clear and sharp color quality that also enhances the accuracy of any image. the Artist 15.6 display tablet is 75% adobe rgb color accuracy .

It has greatly improved on parallax, New optical bonding process that greatly reduces parallax , becuse of new Technology their has No Air Gap.

Compared to the Artist 15.6,the Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and 1 Red Roller Wheel which puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow.

In case you don’t want Pen tilt function, or want to save few bucks and get the Screen drawing tablet for cheaper, it may worth it to check out the previous Artist 15.6 model. Which have similar features, like the 8192 level of pressure sensitivity, the HD screen, the 3-to-1 cable. And the pro pen with 8 replacement nibs.

Where can I buy a XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro is an ideal choice among professional artists who love drawing and painting. This device is the best way to step into the digital canvas world as it mainly focused the professionals and allow them to give their best in whichever environment they are. Now you don’t have to worry about colors, brushes, sheets, and pencil anymore, just pick this piece, keep it in your bag and move ahead to the world of art.

Artist 15.6 Pro Screen Drawing Tablet is available in XP-Pen Globe official Store https://www.storexppen.com/buy/artist-15_6pro.html on January 25, 2019. The sale starts from January 25 , you can use coupons & promo code SuperBowl (10% off) to get one till February 04, 2019 .

Notable specifications:

Display Size: 15.6″ Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Product Dimension: 443 x 280 x 12.6 mm Active Area: 344.16 x 193.59 mm Shortcutkeys: 8 Roller Wheel: 1 Color Gamut: 88% NTSC (covers 120% sRGB color gamut) Display Colors: 16.7 Million Viewing Angle: 178° Pressure Levels : 8192 Report Rate: 266 RPS Pen Tilt Sensitivity:– ±60 Supports Multitouch: no Resolution: 5080 lpi Response Rate: 25ms More details: https://www.xp-pen.com/goods/show/id/394.html

What’s in the box?

The tablet comes in a nice looking white box with a unique design. There isn’t anything particularly important on the back of the box aside from a repeat of the specifications.

The things that come in the box:

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro tablet XP-Pen P06 battery-free pen Pen case Combined cable (USB type-C to USB type-A, HDMI, and USB type-A for power) USB type-A extension cable (for power) USB power adapter Outlet adapters for international power outlets HDMI to Mini-DisplayPort adapter Pen nib replacements x8 Anti-fouling glove Screen cleaning cloth User manual Warranty policy and warranty card “Thank you” card AC 41 Stand

Design

The tablet comes in a nice looking white box with a unique design. There isn’t anything particularly important on the back of the box aside from a repeat of the specifications.The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro sports a fairly simple design overall.The tablet comes with a pre-applied screen protector which has a very minimal amount of texture.

This tablet has 3 buttons along the side which are for power, brightness up, and brightness down. The tablet itself does not have an OSD settings button, but you can change the screen colours through the XP-Pen driver software.

The power button will glow with a dark blue light to indicate that the tablet is powered on.

The IPS Screen

The new XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro has a 15.6-inch IPS display with full HD resolution (1,920 x 1,080) . It can produce 88 per cent of the NTSC colour palette (85% Adobe RGB colour gamut or 120% sRGB colour gamu ) with 16.7 million colors which means more colour accuracy, you can do photo or image-editing at a pro level, you’ll need this more pro version.

Virtually No Parallax : The display has been outfitted with full laminated technology that seamlessly mingles protective glass and screen glass, giving better picture quality.

The space between the glass and the screen (which was noticeable but manageable on earlier Cintiqs) is virtually nonexistent now. It no longer feels like I’m drawing on top of a monitor on top of my artwork. For the first time ever, there’s no separation between my pen and my artwork, and it’s an amazing feeling. I would say that it matches the iPad Pro’s accuracy in terms of pen-to-screen distance.

The screen is awesome, clarity and colors look nice. Using the default plastic nib works great on this new surface, and feels more like a traditional pencil on paper to me. I hope that XP-Pen sticks with this surface for their future products, it is brilliant.

The Stylus

XP-Pen is offering an ultimate pen with this device that enlightens the inner creativity of any individual. A very big thanks to the new elastic pen nib! This nib actually enhances your creativity by eliminating parallax of broken lines on the stunning display of the tablet.

With the pressure of 8192 levels, 5080 LPI and 10mm sensing height- the pen is very sleek and makes your drawing natural on the screen as it intensely senses and analyzes every movement.

The tilt by the P05R as it tilts 60 degrees ensuring better drawing quality and user experience. With smoothing drawing experience on this tablet enhances your productivity, skills and ensures that you stay ahead of your competitors.

What’s more, it’s a battery-free device and the lag, even with large complex Photoshop brushes or sculpting with high res stamps in 3D, is minimal to the point of non-existence.

Improved Pen Design : The pen P05R keeps all the great features of the P05, namely the rubber grip ( makes it more comfortable to hold ) , and the two toggle buttons, which I use constantly, and really find myself missing when I use the Apple Pencil.

Just like the XP-Pen Artist 15.6 , there is no lag or slow-down when you are drawing lines. A lot of this may be more dependent on your hardware (I’m using a iMac), but I think it’s worth mentioning. The rendering of the pixels themselves is incredibly sharp and smooth. It rendered the lines as fast as I could throw them .

To touch or not to touch?

IMHO, I would say no touch is better because of the additional cost. But if you have a child and want him/her to try drawing on your expensive Cintiq, you can consider getting a touch.

The Adjustable Stand

Well, XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro is also eliminating the pain of holding the tablet because holding it and drawing on it can make things complex. Therefore, it has introduced an adjustable stand that is viable and powerful. You can set your tablet on that stand and enjoy your drawing without worrying about holding, falling of device from your hand and a lot more.

The 3-to-1 Cable

The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro has a USB type-C port on it to connect to the combined USB/HDMI/power cable. The included cable is a combined cable which goes from USB type-C on the tablet to USB type-A and HDMI on the computer. The tablet can be powered solely by the computer if the USB port can provide enough power, but if it can’t, the extra red USB type-A connector will need to be connected to another USB port on your computer, or a power outlet using the included power outlet to USB adapter.

The Roller wheel and 8 express buttons

There are 8 programmable buttons and a Roller wheel. which are magical. These are available at your fingertips enabling you to roll on, zoom in, and a lot more- saving your time to accomplish your delicate design in no time.

The buttons are amazing, as with all Artist series . the round ring in the middle, The scroll wheel can be programmed to control three different parameters (such as zoom, brush size, etc). And the customize-able physical buttons have nice tactile feel. You get spoiled with this buttons, and it’s sometimes hard to go without them.

the buttons are completely customize-able to whatever hot key you want, and with the conjunction with custom on screen buttons, you’ll be able to work comfortably without a keyboard….. at least with programs that are designed to be simple for tablets, like Sketchbook or Painter. Even with these keys, I don’t think you can get away using Photoshop, or zbrush etc. I think some programs are just too frustrating without a keyboard.

Tablet drivers

The XP-Pen tablet drivers are extremely easy to install. Just go download the latest version directly from XP-Pen’s site and remove all other tablet drivers you have on your computer before installing it.

Once you’ve installed the driver and plugged in your tablet, the XP-Pen driver icon should appear in the system tray in the bottom right. You can access the tablet settings by clicking on that.

If the installer doesn’t prompt you to restart your computer after it finishes, I wholeheartedly suggest restarting your computer anyways to allow Windows to properly update the files necessary for the driver to run smoothly.

The XP-Pen driver is a simple one page driver with all the important settings in just one window. Here you can set the pen buttons and pen pressure, and choose which monitor the tablet maps to.

I did not need to change any of the default settings as the tablet worked very well with the defaults. I also did not need to calibrate the pen because the cursor properly appeared directly under the pen by default (which surprisingly isn’t the case for some tablets).

To date, the updated drivers have worked fine with the programs I use most: Adobe Photoshop and Clip Studio Paint. This was actually a pleasant surprise for a product this new – I hope this continues.

Drawing Experience

Artist 15.6 Pro was fantastic. It occupies less desk space and the colours were slightly closer to my macbook display. Although smaller, the screen had good resolution and good enough for Manga Studio EX (program that I use to draw comics). It was also very portable so I could bring it with me to libraries and give demonstrations. I was also very happy with it until I gradually suffered from stiff shoulders and neck.

The pen’s sensitivity is buttery smooth . I’m not sure how many people noticed, care, or can justify the difference between 2048 levels of pressure vs 8192 levels, but I do. I particularly notice the low end levels of pressure. Don’t get me wrong, 2048 levels is more than enough to work with, I’m just spoiled by 8192 of the Artist 15.6 Pro . It is mostly because I have a very light hand when it comes to sketching, and notice the ultra low end levels. Even at the lowest level of a 2048 level stylus, it just doesn’t feel light enough, once you get used to a Artist 15.6 Pro . If you have a heavy hand, I don’t think this level difference will make any difference to you. The differences are minor, and it’s more of a “feel”, maybe I’m the only person who care….. but it does make a difference for me.

On Photoshop , the program recognizes stylus tilt. This allowing you to vary opacity with pressure, but line thickness with pressure tilt. It took me a good hour to get used to using it, it’s a bit different than using a real pencil, but I now love it. The line weights, and the look of the pencil lines, makes it feel more like traditional pencil and paper. In fact, as I was trying to get used to drawing with the Photoshop pencil, I would instinctively worry about smearing the pencil lines under my hand, before remembering that I was working digitally.

Conclusion

Finally, I’d like to talk about one of the main reasons behind switching to a smaller display: portability. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro is overall physical dimensions are 443 x 280 x 12.6 mm , which makes it ideal for being carried back and forth between company and my studio at home. It fits in a carry-on bag just fine, even with the machine zipped in its soft case. Although, keeping in mind the above-mentioned connectivity issues, I wouldn’t go as far as recommending taking it to the field.

it is a fair statement to make that the Artist 15.6 Pro is the best compromise in XP-Pen’s current display line regarding size and portability. While the price of the 16-inch Artist 15.6 Pro takes some serious commitment, you can be sure that your purchase will be a largely satisfying one, with the added confidence that you are acquiring a high-quality professional level tool that will be there with you for a long time coming.

What can be the most important conclusion for epigraphers/artists working on the Artist 15.6 Pro is that it removes most of the psychological barrier between artist and machine, resulting in a more natural drawing experience, the closest I’ve encountered to pencil on paper so far.

I highly recommend the Artist 15.6 Pro 15.6″Screen Drawing Tablet to any professional illustrator, animator, or graphic designer. It’s the best digital drawing tool I’ve used by far. (1)

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Christmas is just around the corner, and it’s not too late to spice up your device with some Christmas cheer. Gift giving will never be tough as long as tablets are around. Whether the person on your list is a digital artist or just someone who likes to Draw , a tablet offers something for this people .

Unleash your creative side with these stunning tablets. Combining the flexibility of freehand drawing and precision of digital design, these amazing tools are only limited by your imagination. So if you are looking for a Christmas gift or something , you are sure to find something that fits your needs and budget.

This is the season to paint with pixels… here are some nifty gift ideas for the tablet-totin’ creative type in your life (and maybe that someone is you!) With a specially designed Christmas and New Year gift pack, the easy-to-carry Artist 12 / DECO 02 /Star G640S makes an ideal gift choice for your beloved ones. The XP-Pen drawing tablet / monitor will mimicking a comfortable sketching experience on paper.

what is the difference of Christmas version and the normal deal product ?

The only difference of the Christmas version and the normal artist 12 is that the Christmas version has more includes like the protective case and key ring.

One of the leading rivals to the famed and revered Wacom tablets is XP-Pen. Who the heck is XP-Pen? XP-Pen is a company born in the great tech-giant country, China. XP-Pen’s office is in ShenZhen, China (near Hong Kong). Their offical website is https://www.xp-pen.com .The XP-Pen Graphics Tablets is the perfect option for an affordable graphics tablet.

XP-Pen’s Star /DECO /Artist series tablets launched them as actual competitors to Wacom, yet at a quarter of the cost. You can’t argue with that.

I’ve owned and used Wacom’s Intuos 3 medium, the wired and wireless versions of the Intuos 4 medium, and Wacom’s Bamboo CTH models. Each of these confirmed Wacom’s excellence, both with hardware and drivers. Though Wacom sells the most tablets, they’re not the only company that sells excellent tablets.

If you’re in the category that’s looking to purchase a Wacom Bamboo tablet – don’t! There’s no reason for the Bamboo to even exist when there’s a far superior model for a comparable price. If you’re thinking about buying the Bamboo – buy the XP-Pen instead.

XP-Pen Artist 12 Tablet with screen Christmas Gift Pack

The XP-Pen Artist 12 is ergonomically designed with adjustable stand and anti-slip rubber cover, you can adjust the screen according to your needs and comfort no matter you’re standing or sitting, the XP-Pen Artist 12 lets you draw your art without any kind of discomfort. The 11.6-inch screen on the front produces good brightness and contrast with real colors so that you can draw your art even more accurately. Moreover, the 1920 x 1080 pixels of resolution with 16.7M color support is enough sharp to meet the requirements of artists. With pressure sensitivity of 8192 levels, you can draw a variety of lines. For instance, if you apply more pressure then it will render a thicker line. This is really a good feature especially in a tablet for artists.

The XP-Pen Artist 12 is compatible with all versions of Windows and Mac operating system and works with most of the software like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator 3D Max, AutoDesk Sketchbook, Corel Painter, Autodesk MAYA, ZBrush and many more. Hence, there’s no need to worry about compatibility. In the package, along with the device, you will get a screen protector, 1 pen, 8 replacement nibs, 1 USB cable and other necessary cables. All in all, the XP-Pen Artist 12 is a complete package of features and is also one of the best tablets for artists, designers, architects, and students who are expecting a good value for their money.

Hardware Specifications of XP-Pen Artist 12

Display Area: 11.6-inch IPS Display Pressure Sensitivity: 8192 levels Connection: USB-C Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Full HD Resolution Response Time: 14ms Support Color: 16.7M(RGB 6-bit data + HiFRC data) Colors: 72% NTSC Color Gamut Visual Angle: 178° Report Rate: 266 PPS Keys: 6 Shortcut Keys and 1 touch bar

Where to get One: https://www.storexppen.com/goods/activity/id/68.html

Artist 12 Customer reviews :

I have a tendency to ramble, so bear with me.

I’m already fairly familiar with XP-Pen products (I have the Artist 16 Pro, and will be trying out the Decon 02 soon so I can better teach my nephew to use it). I dare say, I prefer this over my Artist 16! •The smaller size makes it much easier for me to lug around, it takes up less storage space (I have no desk to leave the 16 on). • It has a great look, feel and weight to it; for the price, I’m blown away. It looks more costly than my 16! • Screen is clear and sharp. The 16 has the same amount if pixels spread out on a larger space so it looked a tiny but fuzzy. •I love that the cords all plug together vs three separate cords like the 16; that drove me nuts. • The track pad is amazing. I honestly didn’t think it’d speed up my workflow nearly as much as it does. • The pen nibs seem sturdier than the 16s pen; I see absolutely no sign of wear after using it all day, which I did on the 16. The nibs also don’t wobble which is great. • The matte surface shows no sign of scratching so far, but we shall see in a few months. My 16 has a lot in the center, though they aren’t visible while the screen is on.

Cons My only con’s so far, are with the darn pen. • there’s only one button, and it’s recessed into the pen; you can’t feel where it is, you have to pause to find it.

And to note, there is no stand for this; that is sold separately.

XP-Pen DECO 02 Christmas Gift Pack

Well, if you’re just starting with digital painting and looking for a drawing tablet to hone your drawing skills, then the XP-Pen Deco 02 is probably the best in the segment in terms of features and pressure sensitivity. Yes, the XP-Pen Deco 01 can detect pressure sensitivity up to 8192 levels which is indeed a very good feature for users to draw varying width of lines and enhance their creativity. Moreover, the active area of 10 x 6.25 inch offer enough space to draw on which lights up at night so that you can draw conveniently even in dark conditions. The Deco 02’s thickness is only 8 mm which also doesn’t weigh much making it easy for you to throw it in your backpack.

The XP-Pen Deco 02 is designed with both right and left-hand users in mind, there are basically 6 express keys and 1 touch ring on the left which help you maximize your workflow and delivering the most ergonomic and convenient platform to draw on in its segment. The pen that comes with the package is battery-free so you don’t need to charge it as there is no way of running out of battery. However, the tablet needs to be connected to your PC or laptop via USB Type-C cable. Moreover, the quick toggle button onboard lets you switch between pen and eraser instantly. Overall, the XP-Pen Deco 02 is one of the best value for money drawing tablets offering a package of features at an extremely affordable price of $90 which even slightly expensive Wacom Intuos misses out.

Hardware Specifications of XP-Pen Deco 02 Tablet

Active Area: 10 x 5.63 inch Pressure Sensitivity: 8192 levels Resolution: 5080 LPI Report Rate: 266 RPS Connectivity: USB Type-C Pen Battery-Free Pen with 8 Nibs the stylus have digital eraser Newer drivers for the Deco 02, compatible with Windows 7/8/10 and OSX 10.10

Where to get One: https://www.storexppen.com/goods/activity/id/67.html

DECO 02 Customer reviews :

Deco 02 by Xp-pen a great wacom alternative.

Where can I start? first off, I like this one, which is going to be my new tablet for my day job. The box looks nice and have that look that you wouldn’t’ expect to find on a graphic tablet made in China. The box is sturdy, firm and feels like it can withstand almost everything and very well designed by the way. what’s on the box is what really matters.

A Deco 02 tablet that comes with a ring or roller wheel to set with the last shortcut key and has a lot of built-in functions. This roller wheel will save a lot of time for you because when we artist tend to calibrate sizes of the brush or doing the zoom in and out, this roller wheel comes very handy ( way better than shortcut keys). Also it comes with a sort of lid or cover for the ring made out of rubber, which is nice to the tact and easy to handle. The pen is a passive pen that won’t need any charge and very ergonomic and light ; even this time xp pen put an eraser on the pen…that is cool. I remember that the old wacoms had it, not anymore though on the more advanced models. This eraser will save you time since you don’t have to use the switch buttoms on the pen to change from brush to eraser. The pen comes with a practical pen holder, very hard and durable, it will old the pen on your desk, also carries the pen nibs and the pen. I wish my artist 15.6 should have had one of those.

When it comes to performance, this tablet is way better than my old wacom. It can register 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity that helps a lot when you are doing digital sketching, painting and inking on many programs, I have tested it with Photoshop, Krita 4.0 and Sketchbook Pro. It works like a charm with all the pressure needed in all of them.

The only cons is with Krita, that sometimes start behaving erratic but that is not only with xp-pen, also has been reported with the latest wacom’s. I think this tablet is great for everyone who is on graphics with a budget and also for professionals digital artists like me that are looking for something smooth and precise that will perform great and would not put you on a serious debt. As an additional, the pressure sensitivity and the tablet drivers are so easy to calibrate that it works right out of the box on my 12gb old Imac 2011 with OSX High Sierra… Yep this tablet will do its duty very well.

XP-Pen Star G640S Christmas Gift Pack

XP-Pen Star G640S drawing tablet comes with 6 programmable Express Keys to create shortcuts, easy to setup; Compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS X 10.8.0/later versions.

8192 Levels of Pressure Sensitivity: Resolution 5080 LPI, Report Rate 266RPS. The graphic tablet can compatible with most currently available drawing software: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Fireworks, Lightroom and so on. One year warranty.

A mouse alternative, Precise pen control Can be used for osu! Digital art creation, annotating in PowerPoint slides . game, document signing, causal art work editing, inking, sculpturing, and more. It’s good choice of Christmas Gift for children and adults.

Active Area: 6 x 3.75 inch, Easily fits into a laptop case pocket or in a briefcase, portable carrying on the go or on a trip.Signature Pad: widely applied in banking and finance, retail, telecommunications, healthcare,government, tourism .

Where to get One: https://www.storexppen.com/goods/activity/id/66.html

Star G640S Customer reviews :

This is a great graphics tablet for this price range! Here’s why:

*It’s bigger than it looks, but small enough to not take up a lot of desk space if your space is limited. I was able to draw using this tablet with no issue, the surface area is large enough to capture larger strokes of the brush.

*The pen pressure is sensitive enough to work well with watercolor and paintbrush tools on graphics programs so that you can still achieve a gradient or tapered brush look. The pressure is also adjustable so that you can adjust for heavy-handedness if need be.

*Express buttons — I’m used to the express buttons from my personal Wacom tablet(this is a gift for someone) and it’s nice to see them in this tablet, they’re great to create shortcuts when working.

*It takes very little time to get used to the way the pen works.

*Great starter tablet or tablet for casual users who don’t want ti spend 100+ on a tablet they aren’t using everyday.

**CAUTION** the pen can lose pressure because it registers your hand if you are someone who touches the side of your hand to the tablet when writing or drawing(like I do), I recommend adjusting your hand position when using this tablet or getting a half glove

More notice

The line of XP-Pen tablets sold at offical store seems focused on clients from the West, specifically even the U.S. The box and instructions come labeled in English, they ship to the U.S. for a very reasonable shipping cost. And a minor detail, they shipping worldwide , in australia ,USA,Europe, they have office and warehouse, the product ship from local warehouse , then you can get it within one week .

Going above and beyond, XP-Pen also responds personally to questions, usually within one or two days at most, and they respond in near perfect English.

NOTES & SUGGESTIONS Pressure sensitivity problems? I found that if I started the graphics program (ie, Manga Studio) before I plugged in the tablet, the pressure sensitivity didn’t work. To fix this, I simply had to close down the program, plug in the graphics tablet, wait a short moment, then restart the program – always plug in the tablet before starting your drawing program.

Driver issues or tablet glitches? First, uninstall All other tablet drivers if you have any installed. Second, make sure you download the most recent and appropriate driver. Third, restart your computer. Fourth, plug in your tablet before you start your graphics program. (0)

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My Wacom Bamboo CTL470 capture’s port broke, and I wanted to invest in another drawing tablet. This is my review of the XP-Pen Deco 03! Wacom is the industry standard, but I think the competition is getting better, which bodes well for us artists! I did a bit of research and decided that this tablet seemed like a great deal, considering its prices and features.

My old Wacom Bamboo Capture was well loved, but did get laggy at the very end. It was also a bit small. This tablet is bigger and better, and I am quite enjoying it so far.

The XP-Pen Deco 03 Is what I would call an indirect graphics drawing tablet or digital drawing pad . That is a tablet that is attached to a computer monitor where you draw on the surface of the tablet and the the image appears on the monitor.

It was quickly delivered and I opened the packaging to find the tablet and accessories contained in a sturdy flip top box. On inspection I found that the box was quite substantial and really secure unlike like some other tablet packaging I have experienced in the past.

Common Features Of Drawing Tablet’s Explained

Are you completely new to the world of digital art?

To find the right tablet for your needs, it is important to understand the different features.

Below you will find a quick definition of the standard features on a digital drawing pad.

Pen / Stylus

A stylus pen is a pen shaped device that is used when drawing on your tablet. A digital pen for drawing often includes function keys, nibs, and erasers.

Active Area

The active drawing area is the area on the tablet that you can draw on.

Resolution

Tablet resolution, measured in LPI (Lines Per Inch), tells you how many digital lines fit into one inch of the tablet’s physical screen. The higher the LPI, the greater detail and sharpness of your image.

Pen Pressure

Pen pressure is how sensitive a pen is to the pressure applied to the active area. It allows you to draw subtle variations in lightness or darkness.

Nibs & Erasers

Nibs are the part of a digital pen that touch the surface of your art tablet. You have the main type of nib, which tells the tablet you are drawing a mark, and an eraser nib, which informs your tablet to erase whatever you are touching.

Pen Response Time

Pen response time, also known as latency, is the time it takes between moving your pen on the surface of Tablet , and when the stroke is updated to the tip position on the surface of Tablet .

Express Keys

Express keys, also called Hotkeys, are built in buttons that allow you to set up short cuts for common key commands. Often these are customizable, however, sometimes they are not. Be sure to check.

XP-Pen Deco 03 Digital Drawing Tablet – What do You Get in the Box?

The first thing that struck me was how stylish and sleek this tablet was. It certainly looked the business as I was unwrapping it.

It had a nice feel, fairly light and felt strong enough to take the usual knocks and bangs when being moved about…so far so good.

I was pleasantly surprised at the contents in the box:

XP-Pen Deco 03 Digital Drawing Tablet Passive Pen Stylus Pen Stand 8 spare Graphics Pen Stylus Nibs USB-C to USB Cable Approximately 1.5 meters in length Comprehensive Manual Anti Fouling Graphics Tablet Glove

The Deco 03 has a classy matt black finish. the matt black really does look cool!It is ultra thin at a mere 8mm. How do they pack everything into such a small space ?

I know that everyone is trying to make some electrical items such as laptops and smartphones as thin as possible but for me that often means ‘flimsy’. Not so with this tablet as it is obviously well bonded and not a hint of flexing. I think if I dropped this on a solid floor it wouldn’t hurt it – but I wasn’t going to try that out!

Drawing Surface Texture

The feel of how the pen moves over the surface of a tablet is important to many artists. Some tablets feel silky smooth when drawing, others feel more like the texture of paper. It all comes down to personal choice.

Specs & Overview Pen: passive and wireless (doesn’t require batteries) Active Area: 10” x 5.62” Resolution: 5080 LPI Express Keys: 6 customizable one and this nice circular dial Report Rate: 266 rps Pressure Sensitivity: 8192 Interface Support: Type C (nice! Plugs into Type C on tablet, but full-sized USB on the computer side) Compatibility: Windows 7/8/10 & Mac OS 10.8 and above Both wired + wireless interface.

Full specifications + compatibility information

Overview

+ Clean, thin, and sleek design. + Passive pen is accurate, responsive, and a good size and weight. + The dial is a great feature

The surface seems like it’s a bit easy to scratch, but not really much more than the old Wacom bamboo. Using Mac OS drivers, does not have pressure sensitivity in Autodesk Sketchbook. It does for Krita, PS, and a lot of others. Overall, great bang for your buck! $99 USD on average. This link to offical XP-Pen Store : https://www.storexppen.com/buy/56.html , if you are interested in purchasing it.

Form & Function

The tablet is thin and light, which I really like. The corners are rounded, but the edges where your arm rests probably could be smoother. The whole thing is large enough that it’s not that much of an issue for me, but I could see that as a place to improve.

Configuration

This is from a Mac perspective, so if you have windows, it may be different. From what I’ve read, the installation process seems pretty smooth.

On Mac, installing drivers is really easy. On their site, they list compatible programs, so I recommend looking at the specs + compatibility link that’s listed in the beginning of this review to see if this tablet will work for you. A lot of popular programs are fully and officially supported, like SAI, Photoshop, and Clip Studio Paint.

I use Krita, and the lines are a tiny bit shaky, but not that noticeably so, and Krita comes with stabilizers, so I don’t have a real problem. The software also just reached a major new version, which may also play a factor.

Configuration is easy, through “Pen Tablet Settings.” It’s pretty straight forwards. I did configure my pressure curve to be a bit shifted to the left so that I don’t have to press as hard as default. This way, I can presserve the pen tips.

The pen

The pen comes with a handy holder that contains spare nibs, as well as a place for the pen to stand on your desk. There’s felt on the bottom of it, and the whole assembly is a nice touch.

For the drawing instrument itself, it’s quite well made. It isn’t too light, but lighter than my old wacom pen, has a nice grip that is comfy to hold, and has 2 configurable buttons that are easy to press. The nibs are long, so I think they will last a while. If there are any issues, I will let you guys know in a future update.

It’s a responsive pen, and I like drawing with it just as much as I did my Wacom Bamboo.

The tablet

I am a huge fan of the dial (and the express keys). That’s a unique feature to this tablet, and is a great tool. I have it currently set to brush size, but you have options! It’s easy and smooth to turn, and you have clickiness that allows you to feel and control it without looking. You can also press down on the button on the middle of the dial, as yet another express key.

The surface of the tablet itself is nice because the drawing texture is nice. It’s not too glidy or glassy, but also not so rough that it’s annoying to use. It scratches a little when you draw on it, but that’s what happened to the old bamboo as well. The DECO 03 may be a tad softer, but I will need more time to fully evaluate the long time durability of this tablet.

I am guessing this tablet will last a long time, though. The choice of USB Type C rocks, because you’re less likely to jam it in the wrong way and break it, compared to the fragile micro USB. I also like that you can use it wireless, though it’s less smooth when using it that way.

Intuos Pro Vs Bamboo – A Review

When I decided I wanted to upgrade my tablet, my biggest concern was: Is it worth it to go from Bamboo to DECO 03 ? Is it a significant improvement, or should I save money for a Cintiq or xp-pen artist instead?

I did a lot of research and couldn’t find anything of much help, so I went ahead and tried the DECO 03 to see for myself, and now I’m going to share what I found in this review while comparing it to the cheaper alternative Bamboo line for those who are wondering, like I was, which one should they buy, or whether or not they should get rid of their Bamboo. I hope you’ll find this helpful!

Here they are: Bamboo Connect CTL470 (2.5+ years old) on top, Intuos Pro (4+ months old) on the bottom. They are both “small” sized but they look radically different, right?

The DECO 03 Digital Art Pad has the bigger drawing area than the Bamboo, which giving you more room for arm movement, which is a big plus; it makes drawing easier and a lot more comfortable.

DECO 03 has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity versus the 1024 levels of the Bamboo line. Now, it’s not like it makes a world of difference, especially in the looks of the final product (a painting) BUT I can tell/feel the difference.

Drawing surface texture: The Bamboo’s texture is good but DECO 03 is smoother, I prefer it!

The DECO 03 has buttons in it which you can configure as you wish with pretty much any of your software’s shortcuts, it’s pretty awesome! It’s not a huge advantage for me because I’m used with using the keyboard for shortcuts, but some people love them. It also has that wheel which you can use to zoom in and out, change layers, change brush size and rotate (you can switch between these commands by pressing the button in the middle).

The DECO 03 has a wireless adapter. I thought I wouldn’t care for it so much but oh man was I wrong! I love not having even more cables on my desk! The charge lasts for a wonderful amount of time, I have no complains! However, the bigger the tablet size, the less the charge will last.

The DECO 03 feels more bulky and durable than the Wacom Bamboo , and people on the intwerwebs seem to find it durable too (mine is new so I don’t know. I had my Bamboo for 2.5+ years, beaten it up a lot, carried it with me all over, dropped it and it’s pen, and it still works perfectly and the drawing surface is worn out but fine and has no scratches) The XP-Pen DECO 03 driver lets you customize pen pressure in a more effective way – which you should do! It also allows you to configure it differently for general use and for drawing-software use! For instance you can keep the touch on only for general use, etc.

The DECO 03 doesn’t has a touch feature (most Intuos and some Bamboo have that Features ) and it works beautifully, it doesn’t get confused by your hand on the tablet while drawing or anything .

Both the Bamboo and DECO 03 doesn’t have a Pen tilt sensitivity , the Intuos’ Grip pen has a tilt angle of up to 60 degrees (which can be very useful when using certain brushes, if you’re into them). The Bamboo has that thing to keep your pen in which I actually like a lot, but the XP-Pen’ pen stand is just beautiful, especially because it also serves as pen nibs storage.

Some people said that the DECO 03 surface scratches easily (in like a week or two of use). They said the same thing about the Bamboo – didn’t happen to any of my tablets. All you have to do to avoid this is change the pen pressure levels, make it more sensitive, so that you don’t need to put much pressure on the pen. Another thing you can do to further protect the surface is to put a paper on top of it, it actually feels pretty cool!

Twice so far has the DECO 03 tablet gone crazy. One time it went back to the default settings and I had to re-configure it. The second time it was simply out of control entirely, acting up really bad. I re-installed the driver then, uninstalled the old tablet’s driver, and thus far it’s been behaving itself wonderfully (issues-free for about 2 months). The good news is that every XP-Pen tablet allows you to make a backup of your tablet’s settings so all you have to do is and load it if you have any problems!

Drawing Experience and Samples

This is A design contest entry I created

Overall, this thing is great to work with!

I love the texture, since it balances perfectly between roughness and smoothness. The pressure sensitivity is awesome for this price point, as it’s on par with Wacom’s Intuos Pro line of tablets.

These types of tablets are also really helpful in graphic design work. I also hope to start dabbling in vector illustration.

Drawing art work I created by xp-pen deco 03 digital art pad.

Final Words

In the end, I decided the XP-Pen DECO 03 Graphics Drawing Tablet was a worthy upgrade and kept it.

However, I am convinced that one can achieve the same level and complexity of artwork in both tablets. Considering the XP-Pen tablets are usually less than half the price of an Intuos, if you have a budget or if you’d rather save some money, go with the DECO 03 , it’s going to serve you well.the DECO 03 is a really, really good tablet and I don’t regret getting it for one second!

Now if you can spare the extra moneys (or if you’re getting it for Christmas lol) then I do recommend the XP-Pen Artists line, XP-Pen Artist line tablet is a monitor tablet by which you can draw directly on the screen .

I hope this review helps! I recommend purchasing this product. It’s been a great replacement, and I really think it’s a quality product. XP-PEN seems to show passion for their products, and their customer service is pretty responsive as well!

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Received my XP-Pen Artist 15.6 two months ago. This is a full HD 1920×1080 tablet monitor — no touchscreen, stylus pen only, with 8192 degrees of pressure sensitivity. I wanted to write a review right away, but it took me sometime to tweak my device to a satisfactory drawing condition.

XP-Pen, the shenzhen china-based retailer and manufacturer has recently introduced a number of products into the pen display and tablet market. With many pen tablets already available in the past year, they have made great headway in the competitive market of pen displays. With Wacom being the leader in pen display technology, a competitive challenger that can meet the quality of the standard at a more agreeable price has been desperately needed for years.

The Artist 15.6 is XP-Pen’s highest end tablet monitor, featuring a 15.6-inch diagonal 16:9 display with 1920 x 1080 resolution. The pen offers 8192 levels of pressure and ships with eight replacement nibs. Most importantly, the tablet monitor retails for less than $500 (not include shipping costs ), making it a great device for the price.

WHAT’S IN THE BOX

In the package, along with the device, you will get a screen protector, 8 replacement nibs, 1 HDMI to MAC adapter cable , one 3-1 cable.

The Artist 15.6 also came with XP-Pen Artist Gloves, a pen stand, a battery-free P05 Stylus,which come with the new hard plastic case with stands . There are extra nibs and nib removal tools included with each.

Where I Can gei it ?

you can buy it from the internet , they shipping around the whole world by DHL / UPS / fedex /EMS from Hong kong , I live in sydney australia .I get it 5 days after I ordered . this is quickly . Here is a link to their online offical store : https://www.storexppen.com/buy/51.html

Technical Specifications

Size:- 443 x 280 x 12.6 mm

Active Area:- 344.16 x 193.59 mm

Screen resolution:- 1920 x 1080p.

Pressure sensitivity:- 8192 levels.

Visual Angle:- 178°

Response Time:- 25 ms

Aspect ratio:- 16:9

Weight:- 3.2 lbs

Drawing resolution:- 5080 lines per inch .

Fast Access Keys:- 6 Express Keys

Multi-Touch:- No

Pen Reading Speed:-266 rps

Warranty:- 18 months

Input Signal:- USB Type-C / Included Link & Cables

Compatible with Windows & Mac OS X:- Windows 7 /8 / 10 , Mac OS X 10.10 and later.

The Screen/display

From the name you can pick up that this tablet comes with a Artist 15.6 display. This means 15.6 inches diagonally from end-to-end.

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 has a Screen which has a full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution, IPS panel with 16.7 million colours, 250cdm2 brightness, 16:9 contrast ratio. Colors are reproduced fairly accurately with a gamut of 75% Adobe RGB; not overly saturated. There is a matte anti-glare protector over the screen, with a slight paper-like texture and resistance, offering a more natural and glare-free experience. Which is the common resolution to see on pen displays with this size, the picture quality the screen provides is good too. which will allow you to get all those nice little details when using the tablet display.

Everything about this tablet physically is just plain gorgeous. The screen is clearer than you’d imagine and the pen feels incredible in your hand. Setup may take a little bit of work, but once you get going it’s easy to fall into the zone.

Everything about the tablet’s monitor is beautiful. It offers very high contrast for drawing. It’s actually perfect from all angles which I found by propping up the tablet on a 30-degree angle on my desk. No glare that I could see and the pen drags across the screen with smooth accuracy.

the LCD panel quality and drawing feel were about on par with Wacom’s Cintiq 13HD at less cost. I pulled out an Artist’s Glove and found that this greatly improved my drawing experience with the tablet monitor .

The advantages to this small display .

For one, you can hold the XP-Pen Artist 15.6 right up to your face and not see any jaggies on its 1080p display. 1920×1080 FHD resolution is very acceptable for close work.

The second advantage of a small display is that your hand and pen don’t need to cover a lot of ground to hit any point on the screen. The limited real estate will definitely force you to do more panning and zooming with your free hand, but at least your pen arm won’t have to travel as much as two feet to hit the file menu.

I suggest you can considering it by think about your workspace, the distance at which you work from your canvas and the dimensions in which you like to work.

The P05 Stylus

The stylus that came with the XP-Pen Artist 15.6 came with 8192 levels of pressure for a good variety of line weights.

The P05 pen was very comfortable to hold due to the rubberized grip and decent length of the stylus. It doesn’t feel like an actual pen or pencil but it’s pretty darn close.

I was also happy to see that the stylus required no external battery and did not need to be charged with a USB cable which means you can just pick it up and draw!

There are some problems with these battery-free stylus’ feeling too light without the inclusion of a battery but as mentioned before this pen felt great.

Like most pens included with graphics tablets and tablet displays, this stylus included two programmable buttons that can be programmed using the included drivers.

The menu included by XP-Pen was fairly simple but allowed you to program certain commands to the buttons and was fairly straightforward. There was also an area to calibrate your stylus correctly, which definitely helped me get more accurate strokes than I would have without the calibration. All in all, this menu is used only when initially setting up the tablet display and never really touched again, but it served its purpose well.

Simplified connections

The new 3-in-1 cable is a marked improvement over its predecessor, connecting to the tablet with just one cable via USB-C, allowing for a clutter-free workspace. This side of the cable would benefit from being somewhat longer, to cater for greater distances between working area and computer. The other ends of the cable connect to the HDMI output of your computer (or Thunderbolt/Mini Display Port via included adapter), and to a standard USB port. The tablet was powered sufficiently from my computer alone via USB 3.0. The supplied mains adapter connects onto the 3-in-1 cable, for those who need to power their tablet via mains supply, in the event of insufficient power allocated to USB ports within your computer.

There are two rubberized non-slip strips to the rear which keep the display firmly on the desk. I would have liked a stand to be included, though any built-in stand would add significant bulk to an otherwise sleek product. The AC18 stand is compatible and available from the XP-Pen offical shop ( https://www.storexppen.com ).

Installation

You may download the drivers as well as user Manuals from this page on the XP-Pen site : ( https://www.xp-pen.com ).

The drivers are for Windows 7/8/10 , and Mac 10.4 and later.

The tablet is Linux-capable but doesn’t offer Linux drivers.

The digitizer’s chipset has been upgraded to the latest tech UC-Logic has to offer. Some users of UC-Logic tablets and tablet monitors experienced line jitter when drawing at slow speeds. This update addresses that problem. Slow strokes felt much more natural. Diagonal strokes, also affected with jitter on some tablet models, are also improved. Drawing feels fast and accurate. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 feels very natural to draw on as a result.

The drivers create a new control panel item called Tablet Setting where you can configure your monitors, program your pen buttons, adjust and test pressure sensitivity, program your express keys and calibrate your screen. The tool offers 4- or 9-point calibration.

Once I went through the tablet settings, I was able to see pressure sensitivity in Manga Studio and Photoshop.

The drivers can be used to adjust pen sensitivity and to make drawing a little easier. The pressure curve is very light by default, so even barely touching the screen will leave a mark. You can adjust pressure values in the settings app if you need more rigid control.

There are few things you need to keep in mind when it comes to XP-Pen Artist 15.6. For one, you will need to uninstall all the Wacom drivers on your computer before you install XP-Pen Artist 15.6’s driver, and possibly the drivers of other tablets, as they can conflict with XP-Pen Artist 15.6’s drivers. So keep this in mind in case you already use another graphics tablets right now. Also, be aware that XP-Pen Artist 15.6 has no multi-touch capabilities, but let’s hope we will get to see that feature in the future.

Pen tip accuracy and response is on par with Wacom with a generous hover space of ½” and no offsetting in any of the corners. In both Windows and Mac, no lag could be detected in basic OS functions.

Application Testing

The aim of this review being based on the point of view of a digital artist, I ran tests for compatibility and workflow with a selection of popular 2D and 3D art applications. These test included the pen’s accuracy in menu selection, pressure sensitivity and, where applicable, tilt functions.

Current Tested software as of 10/15/2018

2D software

Adobe Photoshop CS6 and CC – Pressure functions Adobe Illustrator – Pressure The Foundry Mischief – Pressure, Recommended Autodesk Sketchbook pro – No pressure (Pressure Functions on MacOSx) Gimp – Pressure Functions ClipStudio/Manga Studio – Pressure Corel Painter – Pressure

3D software

Autodesk Mudbox – Pressure (requires Windows Environment Variable to work) Autodesk Maya – Pressure Autodesk 3ds Max – Pressure Algorithmic Substance Painter- Pressure Blender – Pressure Pixologic Zbrush – Pressure, Recommended Pixologic Sculptris – Pressure, Recommended Pilgway 3D – Coat – Pressure, Recommended

Drawing Experience

XP-Pen Artist 15.6 graphics Pen Display Monitor supports 8192 level of pressure sensitivity , and no tilt support. In case this is your first drawing device, this feature allows you to draw thicker lines by pressing harder with the pen, just like pencils & other traditional drawing media works. Pressure sensitivity can be used in other ways too, like creating more or less transparent strokes. The best advice I tell you is not to stress over pressure sensitivity so much, that anything above 1024, and sometimes 512, is more than enough for most of your needs. Some people are happy with pressure sensitivity as low as 256.

Aretist 15.6 had 6 hotkeys you could customize to speed up your workflow, XP-Pen Aretist 15.6 have always had great pen tracking. There have been a few generations of pen and some firmware adjustments to pressure sensitivity, but it has always been great. I have no issues whatsoever with line straightness doing a ruler test.

There is no “waviness” from imprecise tracking behind the screen. There is no jitter outside from that of your own hand. The tablet was perfectly calibrated all the way to the edge of the display, out of the box . I am able to draw literally to the exact corner pixels, at all four corners. If you haven’t drawn on a Artist 15.6 yet, it’s basically excellent, and quite comparable to Wacom, barring tilt.

To Summarize

Everything about the XP-Pen Artist 15.6 tablet display screams professional.

It is undeniably one of the most affordable tablets on the market at this size and it’s definitely comparable to a Cintiq.

The display is brilliant with accurate colors and customizable brightness settings. The default pen is also very comfy and when you get in the groove you might forget you’re even holding it.

Just be wary of potential driver issues when installing the tablet. There can be jitters and freezing/flash pauses if you don’t uninstall other previous drivers first. Calibration should go smoothly and once you start using the tablet you’ll know within a couple days if it’s gonna be a fit.

If you need a cheaper Cintiq replacement look no further than XP-Pen Artist 15.6 display. For physical quality there is no comparison and this will save you a lot of dough in the process. (0)

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Anyone working on an image in Adobe Photoshop or on a drawing in Corel Painter realizes how nice it would be to just pick up a pen and “draw” rather than trying to use a mouse. This is why graphic artists have long turned to XP-Pen pen tablets for editing digital photography and digital art.

For photographers and graphic artists who haven’t already embraced the idea of a pen tablet or tablet PC, the appeal of the XP-Pen G640S is that it is a full-featured “graphics tablet.” Tablet PCs offer a great deal of flexibility and a range of practical applications; leading to their popularity with artists and other creative professionals.

So recently I’ve purchased the XP-Pen G640S USB Pen Tablet. I’ve bought this nice piece of gear with the intention of being able to expand the way I use the cursor to select things on my computer. For some people, that may mean being able to draw more naturally, write digitally instead of using the keyboard, for playing OSU professionally; and/or acting as a mouse replacement for the ergonomic benefit, preventing/letting carpal tunnel to heal.

I also imagined that a graphics tablet would help me in video or photo editing. Video or photo editing can require an immense amount of time and concentration, and using a mouse in such a rigid fashion can lead to complications like strain, RSI, carpal tunnel, among other things. Whereas using a tool like a pen tablet feels more natural to use in the hand without putting strain on your wrist. And for this reason, there are many people who use a graphics tablet like the XP-Pen G640S as a total replacement to the common mouse.

The point at which I realized the true value of the tablet is simply when I started seeing how much faster I can edit faces with the pen tool. Because the tablet has a relative positioning attitude (so your tablet is mapped to your screen, and a specific point on the tablet will always be the same point on the screen) you tend to be able to move to exact locations on XP-Pen tablet surface image and edit out blemishes much faster than with a mouse. Also, changes made with a Photoshop tool that requires a natural flow along the lines of your object (like a face) is just so much easier to do well with a pen or stylus than with a mouse. I would not be over-exaggerating to say that it has cut editing time in half.

I absolutely love my XP-Pen G640S , and I’m ashamed that I didn’t place a review for this superior product before now. I was helping a coworker select a XP-Pen tablet for her desk this morning when I decided to write this review for the Wacom tablet. Bottom line for the Star G640S: convenient size, excellent pressure sensitivity, durable construction, excellent value for the price. I would consider this a must-have for any serious digital illustrator or designer.it’s price is $49.99 .you can get more information from https://www.xp-pen.com/goods/show/id/371.html .

What are the Specs for the XP-Pen G640S Pen Tablet?

The size is of the G640S tablet is 259mm wide by 160mm inch height . But the active area on the tablet is 6 x 3.75 inch .the Star G640S is small and light enough to pick up off the desk and work with right on your lap. With a thickness of just 9mm, it’s thinner than just about any device on your desk.

I mean the tablet works very smoothly, but the small area is a tad bit hard to use. If you plan to heavily use a drawing tablet, I would suggest looking at the XP-Pen DEC0 01 tablet if it fits your budget, as the increased drawing space is more ergonomic and comfortable to use.

The G640S tablet has a reporting rate of 266RPS, and in my experience moving the cursor from one end to other on the monitor was as smooth like with any other standard mouse. The G640S pen come with 8192 levels of pressure, which is more than enough for showing the density of a drawing stroke. Just make sure that you check the “Support TabletPC” checkbox on the XP-Pen Driver if the pressure sensitivity isn’t working with your Adobe Photoshop CC software.

The included grip pen is XP-Pen’s standard two-button unit.the new Intuos pens are much more comfortable to hold that the old plastic pens because of the rubber coated grip. I personally found the pen to be perfectly weighted and balanced. The contoured grip area is thick enough to promote good pen holding habits and reduce fatigue.

The tip on the pen seem much more “springy” and responsive. Pen tips are removable/replaceable, and XP-Pen supplies several different tips (also called nibs).

The resolution of the pen tablet is 8192 LPI, or Line per Inch.

The new Intuos features a USB connection that permits hot-swappable, on-the-go design. the G640S also have 6 Express keys that you can assign any keyboard shortcut that you’d like.

The XP-Pen G640S is compatible with many major graphics applications including Corel Painter, CorelDraw, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Fireworks, Macromedia Flash, Comic Studio, GIMP, SAI, Infinite Stratos, 3D MAX, Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic ZBrush, USB interface. Note that you can perfectly use the G640S as a mouse.

The G640S pen tablet also supports Window’s Vista/7/8/10 and Mac OS 10.8.0+

What are the Pros of the XP-Pen G640S Pen Tablet?

Highly Portability

I find that the G640S tablet can be pretty useful. It’s extremely portable due to its extremely small notepad-like dimensions and extremely light weight; you’ll hardly notice a difference if you add the XP-Pen drawing tablet to your hand bag or backpack.

Customization & Programmable Keys

I mentioned before that there are 6 programmable keys to the side of the G640S tablet. These are great, because when you are in the middle of drawing something out, you can quickly perform a command inside the graphics program that you choose to use. There are also an additional 2 programmable buttons on the pen itself; you can either designate them as left & right mouse buttons or anything else if you wish. it is easy use by both right-handed and left-handed artists.

Along with programmable keys, there are many features that you can customize for the G640S drawing tablet. That includes the levels of pressure for the pen’s tip, the active area of the tablet, which monitor to select if you have multiple displays, and more. You also have the option of matching the active area size to match your display ratio.

The significance of G640S’s new ExpressKeys is that they greatly speed up workflow in graphics and other applications. The innovative ExpressKeys provide quick access to commonly used modifiers, mouse clicks, keystrokes, and other time-saving operations used by photo editors, graphic designers, and digital artists.

Pressure levels

The pressure sensitivity of the XP-Pen G640S is pretty amazing for such a cheap price. With the correct settings enabled, I found that I could smoothly ramp up the gradient of darkness & lightness depending on how hard or soft I pressed my pen against the tablet- given that the XP-Pen drawing tablet’s software is properly configured. The tablet’s surface was smooth enough to feel like I was using pen and paper, albeit with a tad bit more scratchy feedback than an actual graphite pencil on paper.

The pressure sensitivity is amazing and allows me the complete control over the virtual medium that I am handling (airbrush, pencil, ink, paint, etc). Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash are all designed to work with the pressure sensitive pens, and the level of control is amazing. Photoshop’s new custom brush palette, combined with the Wacom tablet, permit me to create custom brushes to simulate the appearance of color pencil, pastels, and chalk in such a realistic manner that it’s difficult to discern what is real and what is digital.

Highly Responsive

With resolution and data rates (5,080 lpi, 200 pps) on par with XP-Pen’s other higher-end tablets, performance was predictably smooth and precise. The G640S tracks quickly, without any noticeable lag even when rapidly moving the pen back and forth. The G640S has 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity and pressure-sensitive functions in both Photoshop and Corel Painter performed exactly as expected. I particularly enjoyed the ability to use pressure sensitivity when applying Nik Color Efex filters to images in Photoshop.

Again, I would like to add that new tools requires a bit of time to become accustom to.

What are the Cons of the XP-Pen G640S Pen Tablet?

There are a few downsides or features that could have been improved upon the XP-Pen G640S drawing tablet.

Drawing Room

First of all, I feel that the drawing area is a tad bit too small. Sure, the tablet is exceptionally usable and smooth to the pen movements. But I feel that due to the small drawing area, it takes me longer to to accurately draw what I want with precision. Maybe with enough time I would get used to the small drawing space, but if I had the budget I would go for the spacious XP-Pen DECO 02 tablet, just for ease of use.

Wired

Maybe this is just nitpicking, but I really don’t want to add anymore wires to my desk. My keyboard has a wire. My mouse has a wire. My webcam has a wire. My desk lap has a wire. My microphone has a wire… I could go on. It’s no surprise people like going wireless. So ignore this nitpick if you don’t mind adding an extra wire to your desk. Or alternatively, you could look into a wireless solution, like the XP-Pen Wireless DECO 03 Drawing-Pad.

Requires Software Installation

The XP-Pen G640S tablet requires software installation. You can install the software by download it from their website. it opens a window with a list of drivers; you simply have to choose which tablet you have out of that list. Then the software installation begins. Again, this is nitpicking. But for people who have virtually zero computer skill, they’ll need someone a little more computer adept to help them given that this tablet isn’t plug & play (actually, many drawing tablets aren’t, because the custom software allows for better customization- like assigning which button on the tablet & pen does what).

Operating the XP-Pen G640S Graphics Tablet as a Mouse Replacement

So there are some people out there who choose to use a drawing tablet like the XP-Pen G640S as an alternative to a mouse. The primary reason would be for better ergonomics. The way that many people hold the standard mouse is not safe for long term usage. Even I find that if I keep using a regular computer mouse for an extended period of time, I start to feel cramps and strains in my wrist- all warning signs of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury).

Whereas with graphic drawing tablets like the G640S, they require you to hold the “mouse” in the pen hand position. This greatly reduces the amount of strain that the wrist experiences, because the rotational angle of the hand is in a more natural position.

You’ll need to use the XP-Pen tablet drivers in order to configure the buttons on the pen and the express buttons on the tablet. A good configuration is to make the pen’s first button a right mouse button, and the pen’s second button as the middle mouse wheel button- which allows you to use the pen’s second button for auto-scrolling. Note that you’ll need to tap the pen twice on the tablet in order to perform a double-click.

The tablet also gives you 6 express buttons that you can are easily configurable to perform any hotkey combination like Ctrl, Alt, Shift, plus any letter, number, PF key, etc.

A good configuration option for those 6 express buttons are to save with Ctrl+S, to close an application with Alt+F4, and Home (no hotkey needed, predefined) or other functions.

Experience In Use

Most artists who use a pen tablet for awhile will tell you it’s impossible to go back to a mouse after using pen-based control. I am something of an oddity among the photographers and graphic designers I know in that I “like” pen tablets but I’ve never really “needed” pen tablets. That is, I never needed a pen tablet until I started using the G640S

I’m not sure what it is about using the G640S with my studio desktop that makes it like a match made in heaven, but I honestly have a hard time even entertaining the idea of not using this tablet on a daily basis. The setup on my Windows 10-based desktop was a breeze. Photoshop CS6 instantly responds to the pen, mouse, and ExpressKey inputs as if they’ve always been there. The 259 x 160mm footprint is perfect for my desk and the battery-free wireless pen mean that I don’t have to worry about cords and I don’t have to worry about charging/replacing batteries.this tablet have the 6×3.75 drawing surface, which I find to be an adequate size for me to accomplish all of my design-work and illustrations. It also is a convenient size to fit into my bag .

I spend about 10 hours a day working in Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash, and other design related programs including 3D Studio Max. I’ve been using a XP-Pen G640S tablet for about four months now, and I love it. It would be impossible for me to create the designs and illustrations that I do without my XP-Pen G640S . As an artist and designer, I used traditional mediums for years, and then spent another couple of years trying to figure out how to use a mouse in a way that would permit me to create quality images and designs on the computer quickly and in a way that resembled traditional methods.

Design for OSU

The biggest selling point of tablets for osu! is this absolute tracking. Every other parameter such as pressure levels, tilt sensitivity, barrel rotation, etc. will have no effect on your osu! gameplay. These features are for digital art, where the tablet can sense things such as the pressure you’re applying to make a darker pencil mark, for example. The only specification which may affect your osu! gameplay is LPI (lines per inch).

This is essentially the “resolution” of the tablet surface, or how little you have to move for the tablet to detect it. If a tablet has 100 LPI, then you have to move at least 1/100th of an inch for it to register movement. However, even the lowest LPI should be far higher than any monitor that you’re likely to play on, so higher numbers have a mostly unnoticeable effect on gameplay.

In short, tablets are an optional device to let you play the game in a different way. They were originally intended for digital art, but happen to work very well when playing osu!. Most specifications will make no difference in osu!.

For osu!, you’ll probably be looking at getting one of the “small” sized tablets because it’s a common strategy to reduce play area so that you don’t have to move your arm when you play. However, it’s personal preference as to whether or not you want a larger tablet area, and it’s especially worth considering the “large” size if you are also into digital art; drawing is much more comfortable on a larger tablet.

I’m no master of the game Osu! since I only sit at around rank 100 000, only between the 5 digit and 6 digit ranks. However, I do think that I understand what is most important when it comes to shopping for an Osu! tablet after having tried Osu! on a bunch of these tablets

For context, I play Osu! with either mouse + keyboard or tablet + keyboard, depending on my mood. I map my active area to around 2.7×1.5 inches and use the hover “style” rather than dragging.

From what I’ve experienced, I feel that accuracy, cursor delay, active area configurability, and hover distance are the most important aspects of an Osu! tablet.

XP-Pen Star G640S OSU Tablet : Accuracy: Really good. Pen Type: Plastic stick pen. Battery-free pen (no-battery/no-recharge). Hover Distance: ~10-11mm

Without tablet drivers installed Cursor Delay: Good. No delay. Active Area Configurability: Unavailable without drivers.

With tablet drivers installed Cursor Delay: Good. No noticeable cursor delay unlike XP-Pen and XP-Pen. Active Area Configurability: Available in drivers.

So far, this is the only Osu! tablet that I’ve run into which doesn’t have noticeable built-in cursor delay in the drivers. This is my recommendation for anyone who wants to get an Osu! tablet which they can draw on as well. It’s the exact same size as the XP-Pen Star G640S, except it’s good for both drawing and Osu! gameplay because it doesn’t have any noticeable built-in cursor delay whether you install the drivers or not.

The biggest con is the relatively small hover distance, so it might not be the best choice for you if you tend to hover too high a lot. I had no problems with the hover distance though, but that’s just me.

The reason why I recommend the XP-Pen Star G430S at the top of this post is because it uses the exact same drivers as the G640, therefore there should be no noticeable built-in cursor delay on the G430S either. However, the G430S is only recommended if you just intend to play Osu! on it because it’s slightly too small for comfortable drawing.

So should I buy the XP-Pen G640S Pen Tablet?

Yea, I could definitely recommend the XP-Pen G640S Signature Pad as a high quality entry level tablet. You may find it perfect as a mouse replacement, but the tiny active area leaves a lot to be desired. The strokes made by the XP-Pen G640S are very smooth, and the pressure levels allow for smooth gradient transitions from light to dark. But if you are well in the budget for it, I would also recommend the XP-Pen DECO 02 tablet over the G640S just for it’s bigger active drawing area.

The new Star G640S 2018 are a good entry-level graphics tablets for those willing to get into digital art. The small model with no Bluetooth is particularly good if you want to have an affordable XP-Pen tablet, its price is a bit close in price to the alternatives (although it’s smaller in size).

While the Star G640S are entry-level tablets, I dare say professionals could use them, as long as they don’t need some of the features exclusive to the higher-end Wacom Intuos pro, like the large size, tilt sensitivity. (0)

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