✅ TOP 5: Best Drawing Tablet 2020

✅ TOP 5: Best Drawing Tablet 2020


Are you looking for the best drawing tablet? In this video we’ll break down the top drawing
tablets available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best drawing tablets on the market, we have included links in the description for
each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your budget
range. Starting off at number 1 we have the Wacom
Intuos Pro. The Wacom Intuos Pro is one of the best pressure-sensitive
pen tablets out there and it’s built to deliver a responsive and fluid feel, excellent
wireless connectivity and good portability. This is one of the best tablets for drawing
on the market, considering the price/features ratio, and it works both on PC and Mac. The Wacom Intuos Pro features tilt response,
along with a brand new technology that delivers 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, lag-free
tracking, a 8.7” x 5.8” active area/13.2” x 8.5” footprint (the Medium size), customizable
Express Keys, multi-touch gestures, Radial Menus, Display Toggle and pen side switches. Being a professional grade drawing tablet,
the Wacom Intuos Pro comes with an internal Bluetooth module for wireless connectivity
and it’s built using premium materials, the likes of fiberglass composite resin and
black anodized aluminum. In terms of connectivity, this tablet also
offers a USB Type-C port, along with Bluetooth. There are eight customizable (application
specific) keys, which come pretty handy if you’re using Adobe Photoshop for example. There’s also a round touch-ring featuring
a button in the middle, which can be customized with four functions. The Intuous Pro is built like a tank, with
a high-end feel and it’s very comfortable to use. The bottom panel is made of metal and has
2 rubberized feet for better grip. The front surface area is made of plastic,
just like the pen, which features two customizable buttons. The pen’s bottom portion works as an eraser,
uses EMR technology (no batteries required) and it’s extremely precise. At number 2 we have the XP-Pen Artist 15.6. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 is a standalone drawing
tablet, a high-end piece of gear that allows you to paint, sketch, design or even edit
directly from the 15.6 inch IPS screen. The design is pretty interesting, as the tablet
uses high-quality glass on top, for offering improved precision and also to prevent dust
from building up. Another great feature of the XP-Pen Artist
is the passive pen design (no batteries required), which provides industry-leading pressure sensitivity
(8192 levels of instant pen pressure). The generous 15.6 inches wide display has
full HD/1080p resolution and offers large viewing angles (178° degree), with great
contrast and excellent color reproduction. Moreover, the tablet supports Ultra HD/4K
external displays, if so required. In terms of connectivity, you have the latest
USB Type C port, for blazing fast connections and sharp details. The tablet is compatible with both Mac and
PC software, including major designer software bundles, such as Clip Studio, Painter, Photoshop,
Gimp, Krita, SAI and others. If you’re looking for one of the best drawing
tablets with the screen out there, the XP-Pen Artist would fit the bill perfectly. There are some minor flaws though. For example, there’s no stand included in
the bundle, and the matte surface screen is not as bright nor colorful compared to glossy
screens. However, the display’s surface is great
for painting and drawing, and pen pressure sensitivity is very responsive, making painting/drawing
a pleasure. At number 3 we have the Wacom Intuos. The Wacom Intuos can be best described as
one of the best budget drawing tablets “in the hood”. Jokes aside, if you’re on a tight budget,
the Wacom Intuos is very easy to recommend, considering its under $100 price and the fact
that it comes with free creative software, along with a battery-free pen/EMR technology
and 4096 pressure levels, to deliver both control and precision. Speaking of free creative software, you’ll
have to first register your tablet after purchasing via Wacom’s website, and then you can choose
between 3 applications to download: Clip Studio Paint Pro, Corel Aftershot 3 and Corel Painter
Essentials 6. The Wacom Intuos is built for enhancing creativity
and it’s the perfect tool to have if you’re into painting digital watercolors, drawing
web-art or retouching/editing photos. Being the simplest and cheapest Wacom drawing
tablet, you shouldn’t expect miracles though. However, the Intuos comes with a pretty good
pencil, which provides a natural feel, and an overall great drawing experience, together
with excellent portability (due to its size: 8.25 x 6.7″) and ambidextrous design. Obviously, there are no fancy features, like
tilt/angle/rotation sensitivity, zoom, pinch, multi-touch or hand-gestures. It’s only you and the 4k pen. If you’re looking for a high quality no-nonsense
graphics tablet, the Wacom Intuos is one the best drawing tablet for beginners. At number 4 we have the Huion Inspiroy Q11K. The Huion Inspiroy is a drawing tablet that
plays in the best bang for the buck category. Retailing for just a little over $100, this
wireless graphics drawing tablet delivers excellent performance and accuracy due to
its high-quality/rechargeable PF150 stylus with 8192 Pen Pressure Levels. The pen itself is very well designed, providing
an almost ideal weight and size, while the Huion Inspiroy’s wireless connectivity (2.4
G wireless connection) provides a hassle-free/cable-less work environment. The design of the tablet is ergonomic/ambidextrous,
and delivers a natural drawing experience, together with excellent grip. The active area is generous, standing at 11
inches of actual drawing real-estate, which is built using high-quality materials. There are 8 customizable short-cut keys to
make your life easier, along with an in-built high-capacity 2500 mAh battery, which provides
almost 2 days of autonomy on a single charge. The screen resolution stands at 5080LPI and
the tablet comes with a report rate of 233pps. And for our final pick at number 5 we have
the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. Equipped with a brilliant 10.5″ Super AMOLED
display, with 16:10 corner-to-corner ratio, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 offers a fantastic
user experience in both tablet and DeX mode (with the keyboard case which is sold separately). The tablet is fast and can be used for both
work (handling documents, answering emails, and so on) and fun (watching high-quality
videos and enjoying incredible sound quality). The speed is fueled by an Octa-Core processor
and supported by 64GB/256GB of storage space (depending on the version you buy). Moreover, the tablet comes with the S Pen,
a tool you can use to draw, sketch, or select. The cool thing about the pen is that it doesn’t
need charging! You can also use voice commands due to the
far-field mics embedded in the tablet. This means you can use it to take calls, perform
online searches, or play songs even if it’s not within your reach. Overall, the Galaxy Tab S4 is a fantastic
device to use wherever you want, since it’s portable (it only weighs 1.06 lbs.) and features
WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity. The battery will hold for up to 16 hours of
video playback; still, it may drain faster if you use the tablet for more demanding activities. So that sums up our top drawing tablets of
2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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