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Ugee 19" Graphics Drawing Pen Tablet Monitor with Screen Protector and Pergear Clean Kit
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- 1. 19" 5MS TFT LCD panels, applies the new mirror design with smooth, bringing high definition and high brightness visual experience.LCD is well protected by high strength toughened glass, anti-scratch and shockproof. Rubber covers on base and bracket, anti-skid and stable.
- 2. 2048 higher levels Pressure Sensitivity, Electromagnetic pressure sensitivity, Control line thickness, color, transparency convinently.Data Report Rate: 220 RPS// Resolution: 5080 LPI // Viewing Angle: -80°~80°(H),-80°~80°(V)(Typical)// LCD Dimension: 446mm x 295mm x 60mm. // Accuracy: 0.25mm.
- 3. Multi angle adjustable stand, flexibly setting the operation angle freely, fits various habits and needs of different artisits.There are rubber covers on base and bracket, anti-skid and stable.
- 4. Ideal kit for multimedia education, say goodbye to tradition education of chalk and desk forever.you can use it for sketch ,design ,paint or edit in office software Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS. And also can work in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Autodesk Sketchbook,Corel Painter,Autodesk MAYA, ZBrush etc software.
- 5. This Drawing Monitor come with 2 Original Pens, 2 USB Cables, Mircro fibre Lens Cloth, Antistatic Gloves,Cleaning Brush,19 Inch Graphic Monitor Screen Protector,User Manual.
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UGEE UG-1910B Professional Graphic Tablet For Drawing +Graphic Monitor Drawing Charging Pen+ Charging & Data Cable+ Graphic Monitor Screen Protector+Pergear Cleaning Kit Mircro fibre Lens Cloth+ Antistatic Gloves+Cleaning Brush
Resolution: 1440 X 900
Response Time: 5ms
Pixel Pitch: 0.294mm(per one triadH) x 0.294mm(V)
Electrical Interface: Dual channel LVDS
Support Color: 16.7M(RGB 6-bit data + HiFRC data)
Contrast Ratio: 800:1
Backlight Unit: 4 replaceable CCFL edge-light(top/bottom)
Viewing Angle: -80°～80°（H）,-80°～80°（V）（Typical）
Active Area: 402mm X 255mm
Technology : Electromagnetic
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 levels
Report Rate(rps): 220 reports/per second
Resolution: 5080 LPI
USB Connection Type :Integrated
Power Voltage: +5 Voltage
Power Consumed: 0.05A(0.25 Watts) Max.
1. Operation system(Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7/8 Mac OS 10.2.6 above)
2. Pentium 233MHz processor or above
3. 64MB of Ram(128MB recommended)
4. 128MB setup Hard disk space
5. 4x Speed CD ROM or above
6. An available USB port
1× UG-1910B Graphic Tablet Monitor
1× 19" Graphic Monitor Screen Protector for Huion/UGEE
1× Rechargeable Graphic Pen for UG-1910B/UG-2150(Black)
1× P50S Graphic Pen
8× Replacement Nibs
1× Nib Barrel
1x Nib Removement Tool
1× D-Sub Signal Cord
1× Power Adapter
1× USB Cable
1× Pen Charging Cable
1× Installation CD
1x User Manual
1× USB Charging Cable
1× Ugee USB cable
1× Micro-Fiber Cleaning Cloth
1× Squeegee Card
1× Pergear Lens Cloth
1× Pergear Cleaning Brush
2× Pergear Antistatic Glove
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Update - There were some things I didn't have time to include in this review and other things that became apparent more recently. All new information is marked with an "update" tag.
FINAL UPDATE: 12.9.2014
- It must be noted that I corrected the loose, flimsy pen problem on my own, and it was my own fault. The pen was not screwed in correctly, and when the pen nib was put in I failed to screw the bottom on tightly enough to hold it in place. It must also be noted that the "charging" stand is not a charging stand but a nib holder. (I'm sorry for being dumb ;_;)....and the pen actually does take battery (there's one deep inside) but also mainly works on an electromagnetic level, meaning it will probably be a loooong time before I need to replace it, if at all. I'm happy and I have removed that negative part of the review. I look forward to completing some paintings with this tool. :)
So. This tablet. I don't know much about the maker, nor did I even know this tablet existed until recently. I was in the market to upgrade to a tablet I could actually use for a project of mine (game art, CG art specifically). I previously owned a Wacom Bamboo, which worked well enough...except not only was I left handed but I was left handed AND lacked enough hand-eye-control to draw with it without making five million mistakes. I have been drooling over drawing tablets with screens for years.
When I came across the money to upgrade...it wasn't very much. On my budget, it would take me about FIVE YEARS to save up enough for something "fancy" like a Wacom Cintiq. I'm not going to compare or knock this brand, since I know very little about it. I've never used a Wacom Cintiq.
Instead, I'm going to share my experience with this product to other people finding themselves desperate to upgrade with very little money to do so with.
BOTTOM LINE :
This product does it's job. It draws. On a screen. Like you were drawing on paper. I was wondering whether drawing on such a slick screen would be difficult but it proved to be fluid and easy.
But people tend to have more questions than that. So while I'm not a tablet expert, I'll do my best to explain the "pros and cons" of this tablet.
This is a very large screen (19in), larger than a sheet of printer paper and closer to a large bristol board. But the size is why it is great...when you're in an art program, you have your tools to one side and your drawing in the middle, making the extra room very important. Don't even think about trying to draw in your lap with this. You're going to struggle if you try. (Just...trust me.)
This tablet is for setting on a table, in front of your computer. The stand is built in, and you can easily adjust the stand to whatever height you'd like....EXCEPT for completely flat (or, at least, it is very difficult to make it flat) which is why it isn't for drawing in your lap. Not to mention the four different cables hooked up to the inside.
The tablet comes with all the cords you need. (In my case, at least.) An adapter, a USB plug-in and a wall plug-in (it has to be plugged in to the wall AND your computer, with both the USB and adapter to work, which didn't bother me that much). It comes with a pen that is medium in size, thicker than a pencil but not crazy thick like a marker. The pen has a button that can be triggered to right click. I'll talk about that later. The pen is wireless, electromagnetic (with backup battery), and has a nib holder (!). I'll also talk about that later.
It also comes with gloves (to prevent you from smudging your screen while drawing and/or to clean the screen) and a cleaning cloth.
It comes with clear instructions that, if you follow them, make installing a breeze. After installing, you calibrate the tablet to your computer until it matches up. It even gives you a chance to test pen pressure and colors to make sure they work well. In my experience, the tablet's resolution was a bit lower than my computer's but perhaps that can be fixed. Also, if your computer screen is larger than the tablet screen (yes, my laptop's screen is huge), expect another change in resolution, proportion wise. Didn't bother me that much or distract me while drawing so *shrug*.
PROS AND CONS:
+ So easy to use. Really. It's a dream come true since I draw best when, you know, actually looking at what I'm drawing while drawing and I struggled with hand-eye-coordination with screenless tablets.
+ The pen pressure works wonderfully, dare I say better than my Bamboo's pressure levels. The pen knows when I'm just tapping. It knows when I make a quick, light line. It knows when I'm pressing down hard, and if I press down hard enough, it will start pooling. It works very much like a real ink pen.
+ The screen, while not exactly hyper HD resolution, gives a clear detailed picture.
+ The pen matches up with cursor well enough that I do not have to worry about mismatched lines. It follows the pen without lagging behind.
+ While I'm sure that a lot of it is the speed of my laptop itself, it works fast with no lag in general. Unless I leave it for ten minutes or something, I don't really worry about the lag while the screen "wakes up."
+ Coloring is equally fluid, and responsive. In other words, the pen has the same good pressure and recognition whether working with paint, pencil or ink, and the same goes for making lines or tapping dots.
+ I tested it on the following programs and it works on all of them well:
* Clip Studio Paint Pro (Seriously amazing results here, and props have to be given to the program itself as well as the tablet. Painting and inking was so fluid it was just like doing it on paper. All that is needed is to be careful and know what you're doing.)
* Photoshop (it should be noted that the program is Elements 8, however the brushes are quite dynamic to the point I'm sure you'll be fine in Photoshop CS, since I have a little experience trying it in CS as well.)
* Paint Tool Sai
* and of course the desktop itself XD
UPDATE + Another thing I felt was nice was how kind the seller was. The seller frequently checked in during the shipping process, to ask if the tablet had arrived, and also asked if the tablet was working well for me. I've never had any seller actually check in on me, so the friendliness of these guys was pretty cool.
+ The screen is not...textured. It's glossy and glassy, slick. That doesn't bother me when drawing, in fact I like it, but it does make glare an issue if you put it at the wrong angle, to the point you have to move your body to overcome the glare. But if you turn it right and are in sitting in the correct lighting in the first place this won't be a problem.
+ Like I mentioned, I wish it was possible to improve the resolution. Not a dealbreaker or star reducer...I just wish.
+ Since the screen is basically glass, it may smudge on you easily. But that's why you should wear the gloves and why you have a glass wipe.
+ It is very bulky, only for drawing on tables with lots of room. UPDATE - The cords themselves are what require the most room.
+ UPDATE - Sometimes I feel like the pen acts a little bit *too* realistically, occasionally requiring me to tilt the pen like I would a real ink well pen in order to get any flow. This is a problem I noticed only in Clip Paint Studio though, so it may be a problem specific to this program's already realistic ink pen.
+ UPDATE - If you try to run multiple programs, especially high memory ones, expect lag. This does NOT happen when running multiple low MB art programs, however, I tried to make a speedpaint of this tablet, running a video capture that made a video full of GB, and I noticed lag. But I think that would happen with every tablet ever, trying to run a high GB program alongside drawing. XD
BOTTOM LINE: It works. It just works. If you can do better, then go ahead, but if you're in the market for an affordable tablet...here you go. Give it a shot. I love mine.
The drawing I had posted was too crap- the fault of ME, not my tablet, so I'm replacing it with a better example: http://imgur.com/rU03e3a
Someone who is a better artist than me could do *amazing* things with this tablet considering it responds so well to pressure and color! Possibilities are endless!
Installation was easy right from the cd and after a system re boot it works perfectly as a second monitor. It will not display as you want it too however until you re boot your system after the driver installation and then it works fine as a second monitor once you click on the little tablet icon in your menu bar and assign it there. One thing to remember is to uninstall any other tablet drivers on your computer as well as any web camera software before you install these drivers.
I've tried Photoshop, Manga Studio 5, and Corel Painter X and they all work very well with this tablet. The only time I experience any lag with the pen is when the resolution is set above 3 or 400 dpi on my canvas setting in Corel or Manga and get zero lag in Photoshop. I would recommend Manga Studio 5 with the cursor size set to 1 pixel if you want the most realistic experience drawing since the cursor is very visible and gets in the way with Photoshop and Corel. I read in another review that there is not calibration option for the pen and this is not true as they must have updated the tablet since then if so. I found that the best way to calibrate the pen to make it dead on across the entire screen from edge to edge is to perform the 9 point calibration and close one eye as you touch each target. If you use different eyes throughout the process you will experience a parallax shift and will effect accuracy. It may also even be a good idea to use that same eye as your dominant eye while drawing details to ensure where you are looking is where the pen is going as there is a small gap between the screen and the actual pixels as in any tablet.
I am very impressed with the accuracy and smoothness of this pen and tablet. I actually feel like I can now utilize my many years of drawing on paper experience digitally. If you are wondering if there is a big difference between actually drawing on the screen and using a tablet such as a Wacom Intuos there is and it is huge. If you're serious about digital drawing and painting but can't afford the ridiculously priced Cintique than this tablet is for you.
For a fraction of the price the only thing you are really sacrificing over the Cintique are 1) textured screen 2) assignable hotkeys 3) pen tilt sensitivity (no the Huion does not support this either) 4) full HD resolution and 5) over a grand of cash in your pocket from the difference in price :) A note on the resolution...I don't find the 1440 resolution be a problem at all for this sized screen. I could see maybe a big difference if you were talking about a 27 inch version but for this size 1440 is fully adequate. Setting this next to my 32 inch full HD tv and the Ugee actually looks sharper because of the relative overall size.