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Huion H610 Pro Graphics Drawing Pen Tablet

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List Price: $139.99
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  • Active Area: 10'' x 6.25''
  • Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 levels
  • Resolution: 5080 lines per inch; Report Rate: 233 resolutions per second
  • Uses a battery free stylus, which is rechargeable, silmmer and lighter
  • A new version for the H610 model with a clean, edgy new look.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 13 x 2 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: H610PRO-US
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
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Product Description


1. Smart sensitive performer
Varying the pressure of the pen against the tablet can create variations in line width and opacity, which makes you feel as if you are drawing with a real pen. With 2048 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, Huion H610 Pro gives strokes of what you demand.

2. accurate recognition of your artwork
5080 lines per inch resolution and 233 revolutions per second reporting rate let you create your artwork accurately and smoothly.

3. battery free stylus
The H610 Pro comes with a Huion P80 rechargeable pen, which is slimmer and lighter than the Huion P68 battery-needed pen. The best part of a rechargeable pen is you don't need to charge it constantly because it lasts 800 hours after every 2-hour charge.

4. time savers to speed your workflow
8 physical express-keys on the left and 16 hot cells on the top of the tablet are all customizable, which provides you a plethora of ways to tailor your software experience and raise your work efficiency.

5. ultra thin & large active area
At a centimeter deep, Huion H610 Pro has a 10'' x 6.25'' workspace for you to show your talent on, which is the right size that does everything but get in your way.


What's in the original box:
1. Huion H610 Pro
2. Rechargeable Pen
3. Pen Holder
4. USB cable for the tablet
5. USB cable for the rechargeable pen
6. User manual

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Customer Reviews

Works as good as the higher priced tablets.
John Toner
For some reason, the drivers didn't install properly the first time I tried to download, but after uninstalling the program and trying again, it worked like a charm.
A. Patterson
Before buying, I did research and had heard some people complaining about the drivers, but so far I have not had any issues what so ever.
shane burton

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Matt on December 2, 2013
The H610 Professional graphics tablet is excellent value for money. While it does suffer some minor software issues, the price is absolutely unbeatable for the overall product quality, and is highly recommended.


1. Large array of customization via hotkeys for each individual user, with the "hotkeys" bar labelled 1 - 16, rather than the named functions of the non-pro version.
2. Aesthetically attractive design. The pressable hotkeys have a nice feel to them and the tablet itself isn't too thick (althoguh it is somewhat bulky due to the width: consider desk space before purchase), standing at 13mm (1/2in) at the drawing level. The pen has a pleasing surface to it and isn't heavy at all as there is no AAA battery like the previous iterations.
3. Decent driver support (although this is discussed more below), and works with Windows 8.1.
4. Very cheap considering the alternatives.
5. Performs as expected.


1. Driver support is finicky and no CD is supplied for an external install. The software drivers are built in, although they did not automatically install for me on Windows 8.1, therefore I had to navigate to [...] and download the required drivers from there. This may be exclusive to W8.1, and isn't a big deal either way.
2. The pressure levels are somewhat skewed - you need a fairly hard press to actually achieve the maximum level and this is on the lightest pressure level. The device does pick up the slightest pressure, but the pressure level seems to mimic a curve rather than a linear pattern.
3. The drawing surface isn't as nice as my Wacom Bamboos.
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52 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Folden on January 25, 2014
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Do you like to DRAW? Do you, in fact, consider yourself a machine whose sole purpose of existence is to create art? Does the mere thought of the price of WACOM tablets turn the urine in your bladder into a solid block of ice?



Do you want an active drawing area of 10" x 6.25"?
Do you yearn for 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity?
Do you NEED 5080 lines per inch?
Do you DEMAND a response rate of 233 resolutions per second?


Ahem. Look, just compare stats and prices. To get a comparable WACOM product, you would be spending 389 dollars. AND YOU WOULDN'T GET THE 16 ASSIGNABLE HOTCELLS that HUION ships with! What's that? Free Transform and Tone/Color Adjust simply by tapping a numbered hotcell? GOOD HEAVENS, YOU CRY! Pinch me, for this is surely some wonderful dream, you bellow!

The Huion can be had for 79 dollars american. The quality is exceptional, the pen rechargeable (with a super long life) and the pad itself feels like drawing on the finest of paper.
The only advantage WACOM offers over the HUION is the fact that their drivers are fairly idiot-proof.
HUION on the other hand, demands a certain degree of competence when installing drivers, or you will get conflicts and the device will be unresponsive. For people who understand how to disable something in control panel and install drivers BEFORE plugging in their device, this small quibble becomes a non-issue.

SO! If you were considering buying the mid-sized Wacom Intuos 5, slap that thought out of your head as hard as you can, and in its place cement the idea of immediately purchasing the HUION H610 PRO.

Good day.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Caleb on March 8, 2014
Man, I love this thing so much, it's hard to prove I'm not a shill. Can shills swear? S***-munch. There. I'm no shill.

Seven years back, I bought a Wacom Graphire 4, which was basically my perfect tablet. It was small, easy-to-use, came with a wireless, battery-less mouse, and was built like a Soviet tank. To give you an idea, it's still not dead. Unfortunately, Wacom's help is.

A year or two ago, I started having terrible luck with drivers. Wacom went crazy and decided all their tablets should have the same driver, and nixed any features that weren't incredibly vague. One of the features that didn't make the cut was my tablet's pen calibration settings. Even better, the driver sucks with Windows 7, and competes with the default driver (which surprisingly sucks more). The only driver that didn't have this problem is a Graphire driver from the XP days, but that's a whole different can of worms.

So I declared my tablet obsolete and shopped for a new Wacom. Turns out, they ALL have similar problems except for the newest Intuos line. That one finally got a good Windows 7/8 driver, but the rest are SOL.

Okay, now onto this tablet. It works BEAUTIFULLY. Despite my concerns, I set it up perfectly the first time, and it's been an absolute dream to use. The surface and pen feel like you're gliding along lightly buttered glass (or nice card-stock for a less weird analogy), and the 8 programmable buttons work as intended. I had two worries with those buttons: 1) I'm left-handed, and didn't want to accidentally trigger them, and 2) for all I knew, they'd be decorative. Not an issue. Haven't even gotten close to accidentally pressing a button. They're very obvious, and too deeply-recessed to push without meaning to.
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