What’s the Right Huion Pen Tablet or Display for Me?

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Whether you’re a curious newcomer, a hobbyist, or an experienced professional, Huion’s pen tablets let users express themselves on the canvas with ease. Aside from having programmable express keys, the tablets can come with a smooth stylus with up to 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and ±60° tilt support. For starters, the Huion Inspiroy H1161 graphics tablet features a large working area of 11 x 6.875". With this size, new and old users can dream big without restrictions. It’s also equipped with USB Type-C connectivity, which can be paired with a compatible Android device for use on the go.

Huion Inspiroy H1161 Graphic Tablet
Huion Inspiroy H1161 Graphic Tablet

If you would like to see exactly what you’re drawing and experience a more natural pen-to-paper-like feel, then the Huion Kamvas pen displays are for you. At their smallest, the Kamvas 13 is available in Violet Purple, Cosmo Black, and Midnight Green. Each one is built with a 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS panel offering crisp, clear, and vivid colors. Thanks to its 120% coverage of the sRGB color gamut, users will have additional room to work with. Its compact size also makes it an ideal travel companion. Via an optional full-featured USB Type-C cable, users can power the device via a laptop that has a USB port with 5V of power output.

Huion Kamvas 13 Pen Display
Huion Kamvas 13 Pen Display

On the enthusiast and professional side of things, the Kamvas Pro is available in 16", 20", and 22" sizes. Delivering a similar experience across these three models, the Pro series features an anti-glare display that’s fully laminated for smoother movement and minimal parallax. The larger 20” and 22” versions have an integrated stand for comfier tabletop use. Kamvas series are compatible with both macOS and Windows operating systems and support a variety of mainstream designing and drawing software.

Huion Kamvas Pro 22 Pen Display
Huion Kamvas Pro 22 Pen Display

How long have you been a graphics tablet user, and how’s the digital drawing experience for you? Let us know more about it in the Comments section, below.

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