Intuos VS Intuos Pro comparison, what are the differences between the two, and which one can one help you create better art?

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So, Which Graphics Tablet Is Better For You? The Intuos Or Intuos Pro? From marketing point-of-view, the difference between the two is that the Intuos Pro is intended for professionals, and the Intuos is for hobbyist. In reality, it all boils down to what you actually need to create your art. While I will briefly…

Best Affordable Pen displays and Cintiq Alternatives to buy in 2018 – Including Huion, Ugee, XP-Pen, Monoprice & other brands

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Want To Have A Wacom Cintiq? But It’s Expensive For You? Here Are Some Affordable Cintiq Alternatives For You Many artists dream of buying a Wacom Cintiq to draw directly on the screen, just like we do with pencil & paper, but their high prices makes it unaffordable to many of us. Fortunately, there are…

Artisul D22-21.5″ Review A pen display with a Scroll Dial (similar to the touch ring in Wacom products)

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Artisul D22 Review In Few Words (Mini Review) Artisul is a company I am yet to write a lot about their products, but they seem to offer many affordable Cintiq alternatives at different screen sizes. While the amount of pressure Artisul D22 supports is less than the other pen displays, it’s still more than enough,…

XP-PEN Artist22E Review A Cintiq Alternative with many hot keys – With comparison to XP-Pen Artist22

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XP-PEN Artist22e Review In Few Words (Mini Review) XP-PEN Artist22E is a nice upgrade from XP-Pen Artist22 (which I reviewed here), besides the fact it has many hot keys (16 of them, 8 on each side), and the cable management is better. The two are quite similar. The amount of pressure XP-PEN Artist22E supports (2048…

XP-Pen Artist15.6 review a Cintiq alternative pen display with a battery-free Passive pen, with a comparison to XP-PEN Artist16 Pro

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XP-Pen Artist15.6 Review In Few Words (Mini Review) XP-Pen Artist15.6 is a good pen display for artists who are looking for a Cintiq-like experience. The resolution of the screen is very standard at 1920X1080, it’s good for the 15.6 inch screen XP-Pen Artist15.6 has. The screen color gamut is okay too (the range of colors…

XP-Pen Artist13.3 Review, A Cintiq Alternative with 13.3-Inch IPS drawing screen. Along with installation tips

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XP-Pen Artist13.3 Review In Few Words (Mini Review) XP-Pen Artist13.3 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, as adding a bit more money can get you few inches of screen space (up…

Huion KAMVAS GT-156HDV2 review Drawing Monitor Pen Display & Cintiq Alternative – (15.6-inch Screen)

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KAMVAS GT-156HDV2 Review In Few Words (Mini Review) KAMVAS GT-156HDV2 has the same 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. The 15.6 inches screen will provide you with a good drawing space compared to the smaller pen displays, while still being small enough to be carried around with some efforts. The screen resolution of 1920 X 1080…

Huion KAMVAS GT-191 Review Digital Graphics Drawing Monitor 8192 Pen Pressure 19.5 Inch HD Pen Display for Windows and Mac PC

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Huion KAMVAS GT-191 Review In Few Words (Mini Review) Here comes the successor to GT-190 (reviewed here), the good Cinitq Alternative that I complimented back in the day, but this time with a 1080P resolution on the 19.5 panel, higher pressure sensitivity, which is not an important feature, but is very nice to have. The…

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