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Parblo Coast13 13.3 Inches Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8192 Levels Battery-Free Stylus, USB Type C Cable, Drawing Tablet Display Monitor for Digital Art Work, Drawing, Design, Sketch, Paint
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Parblo IPS 13.3" 1920*1080 IPS 16:9 Display with 178° visual angle 0.6 inch thickness ultra-thin and lightweight Design Drawing Monitor
- Wireless and battery-free pen with 8192 level pressure sensitivity;
- With up to HD 1920 * 1080 high resolution screen;
- Powerful Type-C USB interface helps you transmit the data more quickly and effectively;
- Eight customizable express keys and one rocky ring;
- Ultra-thin and lightweight design makes it portable, also provides a vast working area for every user.
Note: Please connect the computer and install the driver to use!
All of the Parblo Coast13 Graphic Tablet Drawing Monitors are updated version equipped with a passive pen with 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. But a few items have been packed with old version packing box and it described the equipped pen with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. If you have received the new version tablet packed with older version packing box by coincidence, please don’t worry about that, the equipped pen with 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. Please let us know if you have any question or comment.
- Product Dimension: 380*240*14mm/ 15*9*0.6 inch
- Thickness: 0.6 inchActive Area: 293.76(H) x165.24 (V) mm/11.6 x 6.5 inches
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080
- Pen Pressure: 8192 levels
- Resolution: 5080 LPI
- Display Color Gamut: 72% NTSC
- Visual Angle: 178°
- Power Supply Type: 5V1A
- Power Consumption: 5w
Functions such as Sketch, Paint, Drawing, Photography, Animation, Design and Edit. 1920×1080 HD IPS display resolution and 178°Visual Angle, 72% NTSC color gamut.
Parblo Coast13 13.3 Inches Widescreen LCD Graphic Monitor with Wireless and Battery-free Pen
8192 Level Battery-Free stylus
The Battery-Free stylus work just like a real pen, no battery and no charging required.
8 Customizable Express Keys
8 customizable express keys and one rocky ring, you can achieve your drawing purpose just through rotating the touch ring or clicking the express button even without the computer's keyboard. Suitable for both right and left hand users
Powerful TYPE-C USB interface
Not like normal USB interface, TYPE-C interface helps you transmit the data more quickly and effectively.Compatible with Mac and Windows.
Dual-monitor, Mirror/Extended mode，Support 4K Displays
1. The Parblo Coast13 driver can support 4k displays. Now you can enjoy every sharp detail.
2. Coast13 is designed for both Left and Right Hand User.Monitor setting button (including the Color Adjustment Button). You never worry about the chromatic aberration problem between your monitor and computer.
3. 5080 LPI Digitizer Resolution,IPS HD 1920*1080 with 72% NTSC color gamut,0.6-inch thickness ultra-thin and lightweight design.
Compatible with Most Operating Systems and Applications
Compatible with Windows 10/8/7, Mac OS version 10.11 or later, and major graphics software such as Photoshop, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, Krita,Gimp ,SAI and more.
- 1x Coast13 Graphic Monitor
- 1x USB Cable & 1x HDMI Cable (Binding Together)
- 1x Pen Box (1x Passive Pen & 1x Removal Tools & 6x Replacement Nibs are included)
- 1x Installation CD
- 1x Two-finger glove
- 1x Cleaning Cloth
- 1x Quick Start Guide
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The pen has one programmable side button, an eraser, and doesn't require any batteries. Six replacement nibs are included in the carrying case, but after only two months of usage, I haven't tried them yet. Display Parallax is present on this tablet, sometimes the pen tip doesn't match up exactly with the mouse cursor (It is very close, though); however, this isn't really a dealbreaker for me.
The display is 1920x1080 and seems sharp enough. It should be noted that it tends to get warm near the bottom-center area after a while of usage. Colors, brightness, and contrast can be fine tuned using the button on the right side.
One of my favorite things about this tablet has to be the express keys. There are 6 express keys on my old H610, however, on the Coast13, there are 8 keys in addition to the dial. The dial can be used to quickly change brush size and zoom, in comparison to the buttons, it feels much more intuitive for fine tuning.
The software functions well most of the time, all of the side keys can be reprogrammed to whatever macros you need. There are some minor issues that crop up every now and then, for example, when I first boot up my PC from sleep, the pen tip doesn't match up with the cursor at all. I'm not talking about display parallax, but rather that the cursor is about two inches away from the pen tip. This can be fixed easily by starting the "Tablet Setting" program and exiting it. Sometimes after alt-tabbing away to another window and then back to Clip Studio Paint, the express keys won't work; alt-tab away and back again to fix it.
Overall, I am very happy with my Coast13, it functions well most of the time and seems pretty structurally sound. Although there are minor flaws with the software, it should be kept in mind that most tablet drivers have small issues every now and then too.
Nevertheless, this tablet is not perfect. It has a few little flaws, but in all honesty, they are either minor or easy to correct. One of my complaints is that if you are using an older Macbook Pro (mine is from around 2015/2016) you will want to get a USB extension cable. The tablet requires two USB ports to work; one for the digitizer and one to power the unit. Unfortunately, the USB ports are on opposite sides of the computer and the supplied cable doesn't reach the other side. Another issue is that the drivers are unpredictable. Sometimes they will decide not to work and other times they will work just fine. It can be a bit frustrating, but turning the computer on and off again tends to solve the problem. Also, like many tablet monitors, the unit suffers from a small amount of parallax between the nib and the cursor. This has never really been an issue for me, though.
All in all, I have to say that I love this tablet and I do not regret buying it one bit. It has been a huge convenience having at school and the price is hard to beat. I also recommend getting one of the cheap, adjustable wire mesh ipad/tablet stands on Amazon for this. I picked one up for around 10 bucks and It makes a perfect kickstand for the tablet.
I hope my comments are useful! :)
The reason why I'm giving 4 stars already despite the pixels and return is because other than that everything worked fantastic as soon as the drivers were installed. The install was also painless. Just go to the Parblo website and download the newest drivers. The tablet build was nice too, it felt sturdy and had some weight to it, but didn't feel clunky or heavy to hold. The pen also felt nice as well. Out of the box and freshly installed, there was almost no parallax on the screen. Pen pressure also worked right away in my programs like Sai, Clip Studio, and Photoshop. From what I could tell the colors were fairly accurate too. I have a 4k laptop screen and the tones on the art software I used were almost identical, maybe a tad darker. It's a solid build and solid tablet if you're looking for wacom alternatives. Just keep in mind to keep an eye out for even the little things when you get a new tablet.
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But the color aren't 99% RGB like my monitor, and the screen look a bit blurry. It's a bit too costly for a product that feel cheap in hand, Usb type C connector wont accept any other cable... than the original one.
Could be 350$ and be a real deal breaker.
This is not to say I wouldn't recommend this device, I'm sure had I gotten a replacement unit the fault would not be present and but I cannot say for certain. It's certainly worth a try for anyone with only 1 monitor (needs to be 1920x1080) as the build quality of the tablet is incredible, though the drivers are lacklustre, the presentation is first class, but, as with all Cintiq alternatives, be prepared for disappointment, with the chance of a happy surprise.