Huion New 1060 Plus Graphic Drawing Tablet with Built-in 8GB MicroSD Card and 12 Express Keys
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- Difference with the original 1060PLUS in Appearance: Full-Area Surface Cover, Pen Carrier, and Thinner Border, which makes the drawing surface bigger
- Difference in Experience: Quieter Express Keys, Better Linearity in art programs, Better pen pressure sensitivity
- 12 Express Keys and 16 Soft Keys: The 12 physical express-keys on the left and 16 soft keys on the top of the drawing surface are all customizable, which provides you a plethora of ways to tailor your software experience and raise your work efficiency
- Free Gifts: 1 carrying case that guards your Huion Tablet from scratches and scrapes, 1 glove that reduces the friction between your hand and the tablet surface
- Resolution: 5080 Report Rate: 233 RPS
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|Item Dimensions||9.4 x 14.1 x 0.4 in||9.6 x 13.9 x 0.6 in||12.6 x 15.9 x 1.86 in||7 x 14.7 x 0.4 in||8.7 x 14 x 0.4 in||0.4 x 8.25 x 6.7 in|
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Huion is a nationally supported and promoted high-tech enterprise which has the core technology and ability to research and develop independently. Huion tablets are designed to inspire people's creativity with our patented pen so that you can naturally draw as you would with the real pen and paper
Built-in Card Reader. Comes with a 8GB MircoSD Card, which makes it more convenient to save and bring along your artwork. Can be extended to Maximum 64GB.
Active Area: 10" x 6.25" The most popular size of the Huion lines. Large and comfortable to draw on. Pen Pressure: 2048 Levels With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, this tablet can create variations in line width and opacity, which makes you feel as if you are drawing with a real pen.
Resolution: 5080 LPI High resolution, which ensures low distortion, resulting in very smooth and accurate lines.
Report Rate: 233 RPS High report rate, which makes the tablet more responsive to the pen
12 Express Keys and 16 Soft Keys. The 12 physical express-keys on the left and 16 soft keys on the top of the drawing surface are all customizable, which provides you a plethora of ways to tailor your software experience and raise your work efficiency
Support OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac 10.8.0 or later versions. Widely used for 3D program design, industrial design, image editing, digital graphics drawing, online education, comic and animation design fields
What's in the Box
Huion NEW 1060PLUS tablet (an 8GB MicroSD Card included)
USB cable for the tablet
USB cable for the rechargeable pen
Huion Cura Glove CR-01 Huion Carrying Bag
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I did not have high expectations, but when the pen tablet arrived I was floored! The tablet seems very well constructed, the Windows driver works just fine with one small exception I will note later, and it worked with all the applications I use. The pen glides nicely across the surface, and the pen itself feels good. The pen is about as heavy as a Sharpie Pen Stylo fine tip pen, has two buttons, and is rechargeable. (I charged it once for 4 hours, and I've used it all week long without any trouble.) To help others, here is what I tested the pen tablet with:
Corel Painter 8
Microsoft Office (OneNote, Word, Excel, and Outlook)
... and the tablet worked with pressure sensitivity in all of them. The Windows driver allowed me to assign shortcuts to all of the buttons without any trouble. I really like the pen and the pen holder, and the extras including a travel pouch and glove that came with it. I really don't use the glove. Over the years of using real mediums and drafting, my hand is conditioned not to touch the tablet (paper/canvas) anyway, but it is nice that the manufacturer included it with the tablet free!
Here is the one small exception I talked about earlier:
If your computer goes into "sleep" mode, it can cause the pen not to register with the device. Simply unplug the USB cable, plug it back in, wait five seconds, and it works fine. I went ahead and turned sleep mode off on my desktop computer. On my laptop I just unplug and plug in when this occurs.
The only other caveat, or just possibly a personal preference, is that the USB cord doesn't feel extremely "tough." Since I like things that feel durable, I ordered an extra USB cable. I ordered the IMKEY® Premium 6.5 Feet Tangle-Free Braided Micro USB 2.0 Sync Data Fast Charging Cable For Samsung,Google Nexus,Kindle,LG,HTC,Nokia,Motorola,Blackberry,And More - (Gray) cable because I like the durability while using it with my laptop. That way I could leave the factory cable attached to my desktop.
I've read the reviews of others complaining about possible driver issues, but we have to be honest here. As a long time Wacom snob myself... Wacom's drivers were never very good either. I've spent close to a decade trying to get their drivers to work with new software, operating systems, and hardware changes. Huion's drivers seem to work just as good ;) and they have a brand new set of Mac driver updates that seem to work fine on the Mac's in the graphics department. I had to take my tablet to work and let the other artists drool over my new toy too! Now if only they eventually release their own Linux drivers...
Linux Note: This tablet doesn't yet have Linux drivers, but the 610Pro does, and I have been able to get it to work on Ubuntu with those drivers without access to all the buttons, but it does work and so does the pressure sensitivity. You can get the Linux driver from the DIGImend project on GitHub.
My Personal Recommendation (For what it is worth):
I've been using pen tablets for over a decade, mostly for architectural rendering, company logos, and drawing "naughty" comics when I should be working (Hey don't judge me here...). I would strongly recommend this tablet to others. You get a very professional looking and working tablet that feels very durable for a fraction of the inflated priced Wacom equivalent. It has a nice large drawing area (about the same width as a standard keyboard without the number pad area), pen pressure sensitivity, and if you check out the Huion blogs, you'll find no shortage of interactive discussions where the manufacturer actually participates and responds to customer questions (not poking at Wacom at all here). The tablet doesn't make the artist, and most tablets will work for anyone who has experience with digital pens, but this tablet has all the bells and whistles (minus a pen with a gyroscope) that tablets priced $200 plus and above have for half the price. One last note: Since Wacom ships with some free painting software, I'd like to note that the fine group over at Krita has a free open source painting software you can download at Krita dot org.
After a year of use. The tablet canvas started chipping in the middle of the protective coating. Stylus pressure and positioning still work but it's annoying as heck plus not it's even chipping more every time I go over same spot. I've never had that happen with any of the Huion & Wacom tablets I've owned for more years than this. I also can't seem to find a tablet protector for this either. So kind of bummed because I really like this...or want to really like this tablet.
First off, just like Wacoms these Huions are compatible with literally all major art software programs as well as budget programs.
I personally have used this Huion with Photoshop, Illustrator, 3D Studio Max, Zbrush, Mudbox, 3D Coat, Substance Painter, Clip Art Studio (Manga Studio), Krita, Painter, Paint Too Sai....can't remember the rest.
This NEW HUION 1060 PLUS is ASIN# B01FTE9HS2 and it comes with a stylus holder, 4 stylus nibs, a carrying case and drawing glove.
There is also another NEW version I saw on Amazon which includes 10 stylus nibs, holder and a glove without carrying case but they are the same exact tablet. They are both the same price on Amazon as of this writing.
Not to get you confused but there is an older one also called the 1060 Plus but it is not labled NEW or UPGRADED.
It is different cosmetically and has older technology and features.
The NEW 1060 Plus has Full-Area Surface Cover and Thinner Border, which makes the drawing surface bigger plus an attached side holder for stylus. Also, Quieter Express Keys, Better Linearity in art programs, Better pen pressure sensitivity.
(Specifications: Resolution: 5080 LPI, Report Rate: 233 RPS, 2048 Levels of Pressure, 10" x 6.25" active area.)
*Note: I just found out they released an even newer one with smoother pressure/linearity and has 8192 levels of pressure but it costs a little bit more.*
Now to the good stuff. Drivers were easy to install and worked right away; which is surprising because I've had driver issues with every non-Wacom tablets in the past. Actually, there are rare hiccups where the USB wouldn't recognize the tablet so I just have to replug back in. I've even had that issue with wacoms so I would just have to reconnect the USB back in to get it to recognize. Another common issue with older tablets (even Wacom) is that with Photoshop sometimes doesn't register the pressure sensitivity so I would have to either restart Photoshop or reconnect the USB.
But other than the super rare hiccups, this tablet looks very professional and is an great upgrade from the Huion H610 Pro, which I own, plus the Huion GT 220 graphics tablet which similar to the Wacom 22HD but way better IPS picture quality. I own the Wacom 22HD Touch and is totally not worth the $2000 I spent compared to the $700 I bought the Huion GT220 for. The Huion GT220 may have not come with express keys but I never use those awkward positioned keys anyways. I prefer the keyboard or game pad. I also owned a Wacom Intuos 2, Wacom Intuos 4 and an Intuos 4 Wireless which I've used throughout my professional career as an artist. (I wanted to compare them to see if a lower cost alternative is worth the savings). But my recommendation is if you are already an artist or aspiring to be an artist, don't hesitate on getting the tablet that gives you the best bang for your buck. Wacom does have good build but drivers can be flakey too. I've had some Wacoms stop recognizing the drivers to the point where I have to reinstall it.
With the 1060 PLUS you're pretty much set with a drawing tablet if you can't afford a Wacom or Surface Pro for all your 3D, drawing and painting needs. And to me, the pressure curve and sensitivity is feels equal to, if not better than, the Wacom tablets.
This Huion is the best bang for you buck for aspiring artist that want a professional tablet at the best price. I don't want to stray anyone away from a Wacom if they can afford it. But it's great to know that you can now save 1/5 the cost of a Wacom with the similar, if not better, specifications.
Actually, I purchased 5 of these for us artists at work and also had to recently recommend this Huion to my friends and family looking for a tablet for their kids that are also aspiring artist and animators. They showed me their kids' drawings and animation with the mouse I convinced their parents to get a drawing tablet. It is a must have for artists but you don't need to spend an arm and a leg. I truly believe this is the best $80 price range tablet on the market today that runs on Windows 10 (as of this writing). It has worked well for me for my professional (and personal) work with 3D sculpting, drawing and painting. Sorry Wacom....$250 to $300 for a comparable mid-size tablet is not aspiring artist friendly. They may look a bit cooler but they all achieve the same end. They also have Wacom Bamboos or budget Wacoms under $70 but they all lack the pressure sensitivity and features with only 1024 levels of sensitivity. I'm not a Huion salesman but this just makes sense and achieves the same end.....which is quality art without frustrating hardware and features.
After I set the active area setting and tested it I set the tablet into left-handed mode. This reset it back to the default full area and I can't get it to acknowledge my changes to shrink it down a bit even though it shows that I still have a smaller area selected. They should probably fix the driver so that both functions work as intended together.