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- 10" x 6.25" drawing area with 16:10 aspect ratio
- Features 8 programmable hot keys, plus 16 pre-programmed function keys
- 4000 lines per inch resolution
- 200 RPS report rate
- 1024 levels of pressure
- Compatible with Windows XP or later, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, or Linux
- Includes bonus software programs for Windows XP and Windows Vista (note that the bonus software is not compatible with Windows 7, Mac, or Linux)
- Includes spare stylus tips
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This Monoprice tablet is the first graphic tablet I've ever owned. For a long time I was checking out the Wacom, and honestly, the only things about those tablets that had me interested was the fact that the pen is battery free and the whole `touch' feature. But frankly, regardless of those two things, for a tablet of around the same size, Wacom just hurts your wallet too much. I mean, it's like $170 for a Wacom Fun Tablet. The Monoprice may not have the touch or the battery-free pen, but for all the money you save on it (you save over $100), you can get by without the touch (because the pen easily replaces the mouse, eliminating the need for touch) and you can buy plenty of AAA batteries, or even buy useful software that you might want (like Photoshop or Adobe or whatever).
They even send you a software suite to go along with the tablet. There are five programs in all:
- Annotation for Word - which allows you to mark up documents like you would any document by hand. I find this very handy, especially since I do a lot of writing and editing straight on the computer.
- PenCommander - Helps you run any program or menu by simply drawing on the tablet, for example, when you draw an `e' it opens Internet Explorer. Just like a shortcut.
- PenSigner - Helps you put small drawings or signatures into documents.
- PenMail - Use it to send a handwritten email - however, the file is saved as a jpeg.
- PenNotice - Capture screenshots and make annotations.
The other features that the tablet comes with include the 8 Hotkeys on the left side of the tablet, things like Copy, Paste, Cut, Zoom In, Zoom Out, etc. On the active drawing area, are 16 hot cells, which you tap with the pen to make it work.Read more ›
Needless to say, this tablet is AWESOME! pressure sensitivity is great, the hotkeys are super handy. (if you do not like what they are programmed to you can change them easily also - I made my Msn = desktop)
I agree with other reviews that the battery holder in the pen is kindof janky but I mean really, don't bend it around and it seems like it will be fine. The pen is comfortable and very easy to adjust to.
The only con about this tablet is the driver. When I first installed it the icon did not show up in the system tray. I had to unstall the driver and download it from [...] (which appears to be the company that actually manufactures these tablets.) and it works fine now.
So, I am incredibly happy with my purchase and it is not just a "for the money, it is a good value" this tablet easily compares to the wacom intuos. The intuos pen is battery free. But this tablets hot keys more then make up the difference.
I did some research and found out this Monoprice tablet appeared to be a good alternative (feature- and compatibility-wise) to the mid-range Wacom tablets. A few things I noted in its favor: it has a much larger drawing surface than some of the mid-range Wacom products, and (from what I understand) has good responsiveness and pressure-sensitivity. It's compatible with many popular graphics and animation software products.
To accompany this product, I got her "Manga Studio Debut 4 (Win/Mac)" from SmithMicro, Inc. (She likes Manga / Anime drawing). That was an inexpensive software package that is known to be compatible with this Monoprice 10x6. Before purchasing that, I saw that the software publisher had a lot of online tutorials & videos showing how to use it. When I sent her the gift package, I included a printout with the titles and links to several of the videos.
She really likes this tablet, and I'm glad I got it for her.
FYI, here's some addt'l info on where to find related product reviews and instructional videos. BTW, I am not endorsing these sites, reviewers or material...just passing along info from my product research.Read more ›
So far, the drawing surface is large, which I like. It was super easy to setup and install. The pen is wireless and it takes one AAA battery to run. The battery has not run out on me and I have been using it for hours a day for about a week now. I had a concern that it may be unresponsive or respond slowly to input. It does not, perfect 1:1 movements. It is a wide screen tablet so it fits perfectly onto my 23" monitor. I have two monitors and it was super easy and seamless to put only on to the right monitor. It has 1024 pressure levels, just like the less expensive, expensive models. The buttons on the side work great. They are out of the way for anyone who is right handed. Left handed folks might have an issue with them though. The hotzone buttons work really well also.
The only issue I am having is there no website for this tablet. No way to download drivers or contact anyone in regards to it. I haven't used a CD/DVD drive in over a year and my buddy had mine. I ended up buying a new external DVD driver because I couldn't get in contact with him. But, I know I'm probably the only person who has gone media-less. But, I had to drop a star because of the lack of support from the company.
Ultimately, totally great buy. I would suggest this tablet to anyone who can't afford one of the much more expensive Wacom tablets.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works fine on Windows 10. Software is interchangeable with the Huion H610 Pro tablet. The pen is fairly light, and the AAA battery lasts a decently long time. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Xial
It's exactly what it promises to be. It's no Wacom but it's a solid tablet. The pen is very comfortable and I love that it can be toggled on and off.Published 11 days ago by Nick G.
Excellent drawing tablet. Not at the level of my Wacom but good enough to be just as productive using Photoshop for photo editing and graphics. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mar Chuan
Didn't even last a year :( Not worth the cost if it stops working after not even a year. Not happy at all :(Published 14 days ago by Mona Lisa
I have worked with several tablets in the past, and they have all had their issues. Most of those issues happened to be with pressure sensitivity. Read morePublished 20 days ago by BeautifulChaos
Honestly this tablet was a life saver! My old tablet from Canvus 217 broke and I was freaking out because Canvus was an old model and I was upgrading to Win 10. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Alice In
Purchased for OSX 10.11.5. Garbage. It's exactly what you'd expect for a $50 tablet.
Holding the Pen without movement on the tablet (using a jig), the cursor still... Read more
Excelent very timely looks great packaged decently, im really looking forward to using this product any tips with corel programs or nooks get ahold of me asap. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jerrmy