Best Tablet Monitors

Best Tablet Monitors – Every graphic designer always wants a drawing tablet Monitors to give the best artwork ever. This can be undermined if you don’t have the best tools to improve your artwork. Drawing monitors are here to help you do your work from any position and get quality and well-designed artwork. The guide above will help you choose the top 10 best Drawing Monitors in 2021.

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1.XP-Pen Artist15.6

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The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro has an active drawing area on tablet of 15.6 inches diagonally, which gives it a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080.

The display has an impressive gamut of 84 per cent of Adobe RGB, which is actually higher than the Cintiq 16, which has a gamut of around 75 per cent RGB. 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.

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2.Huion KAMVAS GT-156HDV2

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This is the 3rd Huion pen display tablet I’ve reviewed in recent years and I’ve always been blown away by the quality of their affordable and intuitive products. In this review we’ll be looking at how the Kamvas GT – 156HD V2 stacks up against its competitors.

Anyone who has read a previous review of the Huion tablets by me will begin this review with a sense of déjà vu. The price of Huion tablets is startling compared to competitors. The Huion 156HD V2 I’m reviewing today comes in  the UK. The most comparably priced Wacom device is their 16-inch UHD pan display monitor that costs medium. The value for money of Huion devices is undeniable and as you’ll see as we go through the review, the quality is yet again fantastic.

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3.UGEE M708 V2

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The list of Ugee M708 specs should be started with its high resolution of 5080 LPI (lines per inch) to create natural-looking images.

The tablet’s texture working surface is one of the key benefits for beginners since it prevents a pen from sliding and an artist’s hand from wrong movements. Its smooth sensitivity allows drawing a colorful sketch in less than 30 minutes. By the way, there’s no display on the tablet and it works with the computer screen only.

This model is fully configured with the included drivers and it’s possible to change the working area orientation for the left-hand use. All the tablet’s hotkeys are also customizable via on-screen settings once a user has installed the software.

The software allows changing the pressure sensitivity from light to heavy. The higher the pressure is on a tablet with the pen, the darker lines appear. In this case, consider acquiring a protective cover since the screen is prone to scratches. The tablet has a quick response time and a huge active area that’s why it’s more comfortable for making larger and precise strokes, especially on high-resolution computer monitors.

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4.GAOMON PD1560

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We purchased the Gaomon PD1560 so our expert reviewer could thoroughly test and assess it. Keep reading for our full product review.

Most pen displays like the Gaomon PD1560 tend to be prohibitively expensive if you aren’t already making a living as a graphic artist, or cut so many corners that you’d be better off with a less expensive drawing tablet. The 15.6-inch IPS display has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 and a color gamut that’s sufficient for hobbyist and professional work. The price is also fairly reasonable. Overall, the PD1560 looks, feels, and performs like a much more expensive piece of hardware.

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5.Wacom Cintiq

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The Wacom Cintiq 16 burst onto the market last year and it’s going after a very specific audience, with the headline feature being the price. A 1,920 x 1,080 display, a Pro Pen 2 and 72 per cent colour gamut are all fairly standard features, but the Wacom Cintiq 16 boasts 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, the ability to use the newer Pro Pen 3D and very minimal parallax.

On its release, it was the cheapest in the pen display range, though now there is another option: the Wacom One, which is aimed at beginners.

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Best Tablet Monitors – Currently, there are many drawing monitors in the market because of the increased rate of graphic designing. Choosing the best tablet for your artistic work can be challenging because the tablets come at different styles, designs, and costs where you can find yourself buying a product that does not suit you. The guide below will help you choose the top 10 best Drawing Monitors in 2021.

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