|Screen Size||10 inches|
Huion H610PRO Painting Drawing Pen Graphics Tablet
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- Large Drawing Surface 10-by-6.25 inches, never feel restricted by space again
- With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity applied, the lines transition from thin to thick will be fluid and precisely under your control
- 8 customizable express keys and 16 hotkeys along the top for shortcuts, can be mapped to your own preference; Can be used for both left and right handed users
- Compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS X 10.8.0/later versions, on Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Painter, Autodesk Sketchbook, Manga Studio, Clip Studio, Zbrush and more
- One year warranty. Comes with a rechargeable pen P80.
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|Item Dimensions||9.6 x 13.9 x 0.6 in||9.6 x 13.9 x 0.6 in||0.4 x 8.25 x 6.7 in||0.4 x 8.25 x 6.7 in||7 x 14.7 x 0.4 in||4.4 x 7 x 0.29 in|
|Item Weight||2.45 lbs||14.6 lbs||0.8 lb||0.8 lb||3.29 lbs||4.65 ounces|
Compact Design in Drawing Painting Photo Editing Sketching and more
Compact Design with Working Area 10-by-6.25 inches, never restricted by space. Light weight with 1.4lb which is eary to carry around.
Suitable for drawing, painting, magazine illustrative painting, image editing, industrial architectural design, game/cartoon movie design, sketching, scenery creation, handwriting recognition, online education and play games.
Compatible with Major Drawing Programs in Windows and Mac
OS Compatibility: Compatible with Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS X 10.8.0/later versions
Drawing Programs Support: Compatible with Major drawing software including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel Painter, Autodesk Sketchbook, Manga Studio, Clip Studio, Zbrush, Krita, Gimp and more
8 Customizable Keys and 2048 Levels Pen Pressure Sensitivity
8 Express Keys on left side and 16 Hotkeys on the top help to improve working efficiency. The 8 express keys can be customizable per your request.
Support both left-handed and right-handed users. The default mode is right-handed mode.
2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, 5080LPI and 233RPS. With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity applied, the lines transition from thin to thick will be fluid and precisely under your control.
Package contents and Rechargeable Pen P80
Rechargeable Pen P80
This is pen is slim, lightweight and cordless. It can be continuous use for about 600 hours.
Note: The pen CANNOT be opened so please do not open it by force. Please charge it with charge cable first when it cannot work.
What's in the Box:
1. H610PRO Graphics Tablet x 1
2. Rechargeable Pen x 1
3. Charge Pable x 1
4. 1.5M USB Cable x 1
5. User Manual x 1
6. CD Driver x 1
7. Pen Holderx 1 (including 4 pcs Pen Tips and 1 piece Pen Tip Remove Tool)
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Out of the box, it looked impressive. Light, thin, nice button work, and the pen was quite nice. Then came the driver issues, like so many before me. I read the reviews and was prepared. The CD with the drivers is confusing and moshed-together with other drivers. After a while, my sister realized that there was some error with the CD, so we downloaded the driver from the site (it didn't work initially in google chrome, but worked fine in mozilla firefox). Once the driver from the website was installed, it was magic. In short, the driver errors can be annoying, but seem to be mostly user error, though clearer setup would be nice.
I've only worked with 1024 pressure tablets in the past, so when this thing got kicking, it was pretty mind-blowing. It picks up the tiniest strokes, and has no lag or jitter. I'm very impressed by it so far, as it even outperformed my mother's newer Wacom Bamboo model. I'm not sure why some users may have to press hard to get the full effect of the brush, but I've had no issues with this. Haven't done much tweaking with the buttons, since I'm not used to a tablet with buttons, but I'm sure they'll come in handy.
Now it'll be hard in the future to determine which brand to get next. I was always very pro-Wacom, but after this tablet, Huion is a definite force to be reckoned with.
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. Each one has been easy to program/use, and responds accordingly in both Photoshop and GIMP. I haven't tried doing anything to the 16 programmable hot-cells along the top, but they're off by default, and I suppose they're nice to have.
Oh, and the pen-sensitivity and curve. You can adjust them and test them out in the tablet settings. You can also decide how much of the tablet you want to register (making it a small square instead of a wide rectangle, for instance), and map out where the tablet reaches. I have it set so an inch in on all sides registers as the edge of my monitor. Makes navigating around my drawing programs a little bit more fluid.
Okay, now a quick tip.
- Get rid of all other drivers (No Wacom drivers, disable Windows Tablet driver, Pen Flicks, etc.)
- DO NOT plug in tablet until Huion's drivers are completely installed.
- Install drivers from Huiontablet.com/download/
- Restart your PC
- When it restarts, TURN OFF INTERNET. This prevents Windows from accidentally triggering its plug-and-play driver.
- Plug in your tablet. Wait a bit, and you'll see a little tablet icon in the quick-launch bar. That's your tablet driver/settings.
- TURN ON INTERNET.
That's it. It should be working smoothly from then on out.
The tablet came in a amazon cardboard box, then once opened the tablet was in the company's box. So I was happy that it was packaged well.
When I opened it up the tablet had a thin foam cover that enwrapped it, then the connector and pen cords where in one section and the pen in another. There is a CD that you are to Insert to your disc drive so you can have the program. I have a MAC and when I inserted the disc it did nothing I tried it several times and nothing. If you have this problem go to Huion's Website then download the program from there(It is free). Then I let the pen charge for and hour and plugged in the tablet and got to work on drawing.
The tablet is very easy to use I recommend this tablet for both beginners and advanced graphic designers/artist.
Here is the first piece of art I did based of the character Kratos, still not complete, it took about 4 and a half hours to do.