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Ugee M708 Art Design Graphics Drawing Tablet with 10x6 Inch Active Area -Black
|Price:||$48.99 & FREE Shipping|
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- Large drawing area 10 x 6 inches, with 5080LPI resolution and 230RPS report rate.
- 2048 levels pressure sensitivity rechargeable pen, it is able to draw a line very thin, thick, light, dark. When drawing on screen, the smooth lines is just like a pencil, mark pen, brush, or watercolor pen sketching on paper. One click the button of the pen can convert two function between pen and eraser.
- 8 User-Defined shortcuts, can be customized the functions, such as brush enhance/weaken, zoom-in/out, cancel, hand tool, brush tool, erase.
- The compatible computer systems are Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OS 10.6.x or above. Easy to use, widely used for not only professional artists and illustrator, but also for students and new beginners.
- The compatible drawing softwares are Adobe Photoshop,Photoshop CC, Illustrator, LightRoom,Corel Painter,Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic ZBrush etc.
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Ugee M708 graphic drawing tablet is a computer input device, it needs to connect to computer with USB cable and touched by pen on screen, used for drawing, painting, sketching, editing not for professional artists and designers, but for new beginners and students. The 2048 levels pressure sensitivity rechargeable pen can bring you the real experience drawing on paper with a real pencil.
1) Before installing Ugee driver, please uninstall all tablet drivers from your computer, and keep all antivirus program closed, after installation then restart your computer
2) Please download updated driver from ugee.net.
Technology: Electromagnetic Digitizer
Active Area: 10 x 6 Inches
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 Levels
Resolution: 5080 LPI (Lines Per Inch)
Report Rate: 230 RPS(Revolutions Per Second)
Express Buttons: 8 Express keys
Reading Height: 10mm
Interface Support: USB Cable
Compatibility: Windows/XP/Vista 7/8/10, Mac OS 10.8.5 or above
Certificates: CE, FCC, ISO
2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity Pen
2048 levels pressure sensitivity rechargeable pen can create smooth drawing lines. Suitable for right-handed and left-handed usage. Can change the function between between pen and eraser easily.
Ugee M708 Graphics Tablet × 1
P50S Rechargeable Pen × 1
Charging Cable x 1
USB Cable (150cm) × 1
Installation CD Driver × 1
Pen Holder(Including 8 pen nibs, 1 pen clipper) × 1
English User Manual × 1
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I chose the Ugee M708 because I wanted a spacious tablet with hotkeys for a low price and this tablet certainly seemed the best for that. Unfortunately, when I received my tablet, it was broken; the little light wouldn't come on no matter what I did, though the pen appeared to be working just fine. I'd seen a couple reviews of buyers with similar issues and one person even went so far as to say that it did not work with Windows 10 or certain illustration programs (Paint Tool SAI and Manga Studio 5, specifically). I sighed. Figures. You get what you pay for, right?
I wasn't ready to give up just yet, though. I put in a return request. Amazon gave me an "advance return", giving me my return funds before I had sent the item back on an honor system so I wouldn't have to wait. I bought another Ugee M708 with it (and, to my surprise, the price had dropped $10 since I had last purchased it... so I was able to get 2-day shipping with the difference!) I sent the old tablet back and plugged the new one in.
It worked! It still works. I absolutely love this tablet. It was 100% worth the extra hassle. Its price is unbeatable for its size and features. I love the eight customizable buttons; I had no trouble using the tablet's included software to map them to my favorite hotkeys and my hands almost never have to leave my tablet now. I'm not a huge fan of the buttons on the pen, as I'm a little new to this and keep pressing them on accident, but they were easy to switch off in the software. The tablet has a left-handed mode that allows me to flip the tablet so that the keys are on the right-hand side, which is excellent for lefties like me. The pen doesn't feel that "scratchy" to me, but I suppose I don't have a lot to compare it to.
Also, the reviews stating that this tablet doesn't work in Windows 10 or in certain illustration programs are just wrong. I'm running Windows 10 and have used this tablet in a range of different programs, including PaintTool SAI, CorelDraw, GIMP, Krita, Manga Studio 5, and Photoshop. A couple of them required a little tweaking, but this was on the programs, not the tablet itself. Anyone who says it doesn't work with these things is either lying or did not install/configure the tablet properly. I'd urge them to do a little more research in the future so they don't ruin this product for future buyers as they nearly did for me.
Furthermore, I had no issues installing the drivers. I will say that the driver disc did not "autoplay" as a lot of discs seem to do, but all I had to do was go into the disc and click on the "installation.exe" file to get it going. Smooth sailing from there on out!
Anyway, I've been using this tablet for over a week now and positively love it. I'm looking forward to improving my art skills and making pretty things for my friends and family with it as I go.
+Very thin (about 1/4 inch) and quite large drawing area area.
+Works very well with Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 and Auto-desk Sketchbook 7.
+ Learning Curve to use is about 30 minutes.
+ In Hover Mode yo can use it as a mouse in Windows 7 and Chrome.
+The micro USB cable is detachable so you can use a very long cable if needed.
+ Very elegant in appearance. You might have to clean it with a damp cloth and detergent to remove smudges every few usages.
If you have never used a Graphics Tablet be aware that there are two modes; hover and pressure. If you hold the pen about 1/8 inch from the tablet you "hover" around the program and it will behave and navigate like a mouse.When the pen touches the tablet it enters "pressure mode" which allows you to paint, draw, hand write, etc like a normal pen. If this is your first graphics tablet I recommend watching YouTube videos on how to use a graphics tablet so you learn proper ergonomics and hand/eye coordination tips.
I recommend downloading the drivers from the Ugee website instead of using the CD.
PROS - Unbeatable price! This is why I give the product five stars instead of four. For $45 on sites such as "not" E-bay. this is an unbeatable product. I myself bought it here without seeing it cheaper but it is still a steal at $60. half the price of the cheapest wacom and with the qualito fo a $300 intuos pro.
-Great sensitivity, with 2048 levels of pen pressure i feel like I am in control and with programs such as manga studios 5 which are highly sensitive for precise drawing. This product delivers the accuracy that I demand while drawing my animations! Clean smooth strokes is the result.
-I have used wacom bamboo in the past and this is way better in comparison. It has four times the resolution and the dpi from what I can tell is also about four times as good. It is still not super fast so you cant draw like a maniac but it still satisfies me to the point that I have yet to go too fast for the drivers while actually drawing. if you just go and scribble then yeah your gonna frees it up. but no-body actually draws that fast.
-Plus the drawing space is VERY large which is very handy but can be awkward if you were to hold it. just use a table like the rest of us.
-Also you save your time and money not having to upload all the stupid programs that come with a Wacom. with this money you save you can go and get yourself a real art program such as Clip Studio Paint!
- has no bloody eraser! Which saves everyone a headach. no fliping your pen around causing the drivers to lag and wasting your time. Just push a button right at your finger tip once to go to eraser mode and then push again to go back to what you were using before. plus the buttons are placed further down in the pen which for people like me who like to keep their hand closer to the tip is a plus. I don't like holding on to the middle of the pen personally.
- no touch capabilities which for me being a drawer and never needing them is a plus saving me money and the hassle of having even more conflicting programs.
- drivers installed easily in Windows 8.1 and have functioned without error.
- I was also able to change the express buttons easily and without any hassle. they can be programed to do any hot-key combination from "Spacebar" to "Ctr+Alt+Del" they were pre-set-up fairly to my liking already though.
CONS - I wouldn't say this is a negative thing, but the only time it ever has any issues is when I have the pen go in and out of its response range rapidly, i have to keep the pen close to the surface while still not touching it. this is the same for Wacom tablets and is just something standard in the industry but when doing this the drivers will lag for a second. I myself am already getting used to having to use a tablet again and haven't had this happen for a while now. it makes learning to use a tablet frustrating for new digital artists though.
-Also the pen requires a AAA battery to function. i use rechargeable batteries, but this could prove spendy otherwise.
- Also this products pen does not have tilt sensitivity which for some is very important but for me it is not. Also no wireless options, but that is still unnecessary in my opinion.
-the surface does show your harder strokes of the pen. it looks all scratched up after a while. But for me it has yet to actually put physical wear on the surface to the point of hindering performance. For example, some of the older wacom tablets and hopefully not this one will wear away as you use them leaving behind tiny rivets which will make it harder to keep your strokes clean and smooth in your future drawings. but for $45 I would be willing to buy one of these every year if this were the case.
pull out a ruler and draw on a piece of paper the area of this tablet, a 10x6 box and then draw a box of the tablet you are also looking at. then list there features and price them side by side and it will be easy to see which tablet you should choose.