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Huion Inspiroy G10T Pen and Touch Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity

4.3 out of 5 stars 202 ratings

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Connectivity Technology Wireless,Usb
Operating System Os,Windows
Color G10T
Item Weight 3.29 Pounds

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  • 10-by-6.25 Inch drawing area with a multi-touch panel, smartly separated to prevent accidental touch
  • Wireless connectivity and large battery capacity, allows you to draw with freedom and ease
  • With its Ultra-narrow Border and aluminum casing design, Huion G10T is a stylish looking tablet
  • 6 programmable buttons, 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, can be used for both beginners and pros
  • Resolution: 5080LPI, Report Rate: 233PPS, OS compatibility: Windows 7 to 10, Mac 10.11 or above

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Huion Inspiroy G10T Pen and Touch Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity

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Innovative touch function with a 10-by-6.25 inch drawing area and a brand new multi-touch panel, you can zoom in and out your artwork simply by using hand gestures. Rotate gesture might not be activated in Photoshop due to compatibility issues, which will be resolved by future driver updates. Wireless/usb mode available draw effortlessly with the added 2.4G wireless module. Up to 6-meter distance of wireless connectivity. The 2500mah battery lasts more than 40 hours, and if that's not enough, continue with the included USB cable to power/recharge the device. Reboot your expectations on design inspiroy features the first ultra-narrow border design in the pen tablet industry, saving extra work space for a keyboard. The rear casing is made of the popular aluminum alloy, making the tablet more upscale. Incredible feature new type-c interface allows ease of connection due to the symmetrical type-c design, which we've adopted exclusively for this product. Inspiroy g10t has responsive pressure sensitivity, a report rate of 233pps, and 5080 lpi resolution. You can execute each stroke accurately while preserving it's intensity and clarity. The new mia1 pen creates a reality that you can feel, just as if you were drawing on paper. You'll experience power and efficiency with 6 customizable express keys.

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Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 17, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Not quite there yet as a mouse replacement, but excellent product
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 17, 2018
This is actually about 4.5 stars because they still need to work on the trackpad driver. I love love love the tablet itself in all respects and especially love the shape and handling of the stylus pen. I was (rarely) using an Intuos Pro L, and that pen was just too unwieldy for my hands, so when the dog got it and chewed it up, I bought this tablet instead of spending $68 on a new pen. (My illustrator-artist son will be happy to add the Intuos Pro to his arsenal.) I work in a recliner with a lap desk straddling the chair arms with a MacBook Pro (15"), 2TB backup drive, and smartphone stand on it, and I wanted a graphic tablet I can integrate into my workflow. This is almost perfect for my needs.

Here's what I think needs immediate improvement, like last week!

1. I was getting a "no-can-do" Funk-clunk sound every time I pressed one of the Express Keys or tried to scroll on the trackpad. The functions work, I just get the audio feedback that they don't. I'm dyslexic enough without having to deal with this. I went in and set my alert sounds to Frog, which is not as objectionable to me to hear with every move, and turned the volume down where it's barely audible, but that means when actual notifications I need to hear occur, I won't hear them. So this needs to be fixed. Or is my product defective? I'm curious to know if others are experiencing this.

2. I'd tell you the driver version that I downloaded 3/16/2018, but the Huion website has not added the link to this tablet driver in its regular listing of product drivers so I can't find it again. It took me a lot of searching to find it to start with. They need to fix this for a better user experience for those who do not have DVD drives so have to download the driver, or who want to easily check for driver updates.

3. As others have said, the two-finger up/down scrolling on the trackpad majorly sucks. If I take the sensitivity all the way up to the top, it will scroll three or four lines at a time, but if it's at a sensitivity that allows for varying brush strokes, it scrolls one line at a time. I was trying to set up Express Keys to scroll a page up or down at a time (accessed with the fn key on my Macbook Pro) to compensate for this, but the fn key is not included in the setup for keyboard shortcuts. For now, I'm using space and Shift-space on my laptop keyboard to scroll up and down in those programs (like Gmail) that won't respond to click/dragging the scroll bar with the stylus. Click/dragging to scroll with the stylus works well in some programs. I don't want to waste two Express Keys for something one ought to be able to do with trackpad gestures.

4. The pen nib works as a left click in some programs if held down, but not all of them, so I had to sacrifice my lower stylus button to be a left click; the upper stylus button is a right click, and that seems to be the very best use of that button for me. I wanted to put Cmd+S (save) on the lower button so if I hit the button by mistake it would do something useful, but I guess I'll just start getting used to that button as a fall-back when a pen-nib left click does not work. I do very much like the feel of this stylus.

I really like having the top row of the Express Keys set up like this:

UL: Cmd+- (zoom out) (default)
UM: Cmd+0 (fit to screen)
UR: Cmd++ (zoom in) (default)

The bottom row I'm going to live with for a while to see if I like it or need something else. I mainly do photocompositing sorts of work, so the left and right buttons are often-used commands, but they are also easily accessible from the keyboard without having to put the stylus down:

BL: Cmd+Z (undo)
BM: Cmd+S (save)
BR: Cmd+J (copy layer)

The BM key is the least useful for me because it's so easy to just hit Cmd+S on the keyboard to the left of the tablet. A special request, if even doable, for a future driver update would be to give us the ability to combine Shift, Control, Option, and Command keys from the keyboard with the express keys, which would extend the flexibility of the tablet's Express Keys mightily.

Now, this seems a natural for combining with Affinity Designer's one-letter shortcut keys, so now I'm going to make the time to learn them all. I have not tested how the brushes work yet because I don't do a lot with brushes, but layer-level work seems to be handling super-well. I've also done a bit in ON1 Photo RAW 2018, and so far, so good.

In short: I think this G10T is a fantastic product that, because it's just been released, will need some driver tweaking until it can be the mouse/MacBook Pro trackpad replacement I really want to get used to using all the time. Super build quality, super easy/clean to use, but iffy in the trackpad department.
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Emilio P.
5.0 out of 5 stars Buena tablet a buen precio
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on September 24, 2018
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Emilio P.
5.0 out of 5 stars Buena tablet a buen precio
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on September 24, 2018
Funciona perfectamente, se detectó al instante en Photoshop y en Krita después de haber instalado los drivers desde la página oficial. Los únicos dos detalles que yo le he encontrado es que a veces hay un poco de latencia cuando se conecta la tablet de manera inalámbrica y que los gestos del touchpad no sirven muy bien, pero las macros que puedes asignarle a los botones funcionan de maravilla!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Una de las mejores opciones si no quieres pagar el software de Wacom que te incluye
Reviewed in Mexico 🇲🇽 on October 11, 2018
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shubham kamthania
5.0 out of 5 stars Works like a charm
Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on May 30, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars Worth the price!
Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on February 2, 2019