GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Drawing Tablet
It’s hard to know what’s more exciting about the GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Drawing Tablet. The gloriously large 16×9 drawing surface or the intelligent pen with 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity. If you can’t think of a better way to spend a day than holed up in the studio creating gorgeous digital paintings, then this is terrific. It’s easy to set up just the way you want it with 10 shortcut keys that can be customized to streamline your workflow. However, if you like to create on the move then this isn’t the one for you given that it weighs more than 1.5 kg and lacks the wireless functionality of some of the sleeker tablets available.
Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13
If you have the budget, then Wacom MobileStudio Pro 13 offers everything you could want in a drawing tablet was a choice of Intel Core processors and solid-state drive storage capabilities. It’s a fully-fledged Windows computer but it also benefits from the same technology Wacom brings to its Cintiq pen display range making the MobileStudio a pleasure to draw with. If you want, you can even tether it to the more powerful PC or Mac in your studio with the optional Wacom link a 16-inch mobile studio is also available.
The first Huion drawing tablet on our list is the H640P which boasts a comfortable drawing experience in a convenient size for travel. If you work between studios or like to draw from a laptop on the move, you’ll need a drawing tablet like this that packs away handily but still lets you draw with expression. The Huion H640P is no thicker than a smartphone but offers a set of shortcut keys as well as its drawing area.
XP-Pen Deco 03
XP-Pen Deco 03 tablets blend style with functionality. This matte black ultra-sleek model doesn’t only look good but also feels good to use. Thanks to its well-made pen and gorgeous drawing area it’s well designed in a workflow sense too with customizable Express keys and a multi-function dial. In the top corner that allows you to set up things exactly how you want them so you can spend less time fiddling and more time drawing drawbacks well you could be justified in worrying that at 8 millimeters. The XP-Pen Deco 03 is a little too slim to the point where a moment’s carelessness might cause damage to it if that doesn’t worry you this is a great buy for a great price.
XP-Pen Artist 15.6 pen display
All the basics you could want from a pen display are covered by the XP pen artist 15.6 a reasonably sized drawing area a comfortable pen with plenty of sensitivity levels. A good screen you don’t get quite the attention to detail or the advanced ecosystem of extras that Wacom provides and the offset between the stylus tip and the on-screen cursor takes some getting used to but these remains a pen display that can transform your digital creativity without breaking the bank.