Best Touch Screen Monitors for Drawing

Best Touch Screen Monitors for Drawing – The best touch screen monitors are also a great option if you need a second monitor to output from your laptop, giving you more space to work on and making those pinch to zoom enhancements all the more impactful.

All sounds too good to be true, right? Well, there is a catch – the best touch screen monitors are more expensive than standard monitors and are also likely to have a slower response rates and lower quality resolution compared to what you get for the same money minus touch controls.

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1.HUION Kamvas Pro

Pros & Cons

This is the Huion Kamvas Pro 12. It’s got Huion’s new laminated display and also a pen with tilt support. Let’s check it out. The Huion 12 is a pen display. Basically a second monitor that plugs into you Windows or Mac PC allowing you to draw in it with the included pen.

There is something really cool to having a giant display tablet to draw on. All that space. It is nice but there are some real benefits to having something small like this instead. If you shift between drawing and other tasks a smaller device is much easier to move to the side. Or if you want to take it with you this is somewhat portable.


Pros & Cons

In this article, we have discussed various aspects of the tablet. The Gaomon Pd 156 Pro has a better display than most of the other tablets in the market with its full HD resolution and its superior 88% NTSC color coverage.

Other than that, the stylus has a good performance with fast, accurate, and reliable performance. You get a number of accessories such as tablet stand, pen holder, drawing glove, and more. It comes with a self-contained package that has everything you need to get started.

The laminated display, shortcut buttons, the multi-shortcut dial all these features make the Gaomon Pd 156 Pro an excellent tablet.

3.Acer LCD Widescreen Monitor

Pros & Cons

Whether a monitor is high-definition or not is just one of the factors to consider as you look for a computer monitor. Other essential elements to consider include the viewing angles such as in vertical monitors here, whether a monitor is bezel-less or not, resolution , built-in speakers as the ones in this post, wall-mountable, etc.

For instance, a high-resolution monitor will offer high-quality images. Most monitors from the Acer brand come with a high-resolution, which means they offer crisp and accurate images, on par with the best LED monitors reviewed here, or G Sync displays, we put to test, as well.

4.HP VH240a 23.8-Inch

Pros & Cons

Measuring 19.7 by 21.2 by 8.6 inches (HWD) and weighing 10.3 pounds, the VH240a is a bit larger and heavier than most 24-inch monitors. This is thanks to its stand. While most budget monitors’ stands support only tilt adjustment, HP’s are more substantial and versatile, packing a wide range of ergonomic comfort features.

The VH240a’s stand supports height adjustment, a tilt range of up to 5 degrees toward the user and up to 30 degrees away, and the ability to pivot between landscape and portrait modes. In back are four holes spaced 100mm apart that fit a VESA bracket, should you want to wall-mount the display or affix it to a movable arm. The HP 24mh has similarly strong ergonomics.

5.Acer SB220Q bi

Pros & Cons

Though the price wobbles up and down by the day, many retailers—including Amazon, Newegg, and TigerDirect—sell the Acer SB220Q for less than .  But this compact, general-purpose display doesn’t wobble itself, and it shows that “cheap” need not mean “shoddy.” It has a typical, basic feature range of a budget monitor, with a smaller screen than some users may be satisfied with.

But its 21.5-inch IPS panel is amazingly thin, with very good color accuracy in the sRGB space. The SB220 is a good choice as a second monitor if you are space-strapped, and it is reasonably portable. For only a little more money, though, you can find 24-inch panels with a wider range of features.


Best Touch Screen Monitors for Drawing – The best touch screen monitors aren’t just a bigger version of your smartphone, oh no, these are your digital gateway to home computer power all from the tips of your fingers.