Ugee UG-2150 21.5 Inches LED Graphics Monitor IPS Pen Display HD Resolution Drawing Monitor Dual Monitor with Adjustable Stand, 2 Rechargeable Pens, 1 Drawing Glove, 1 Screen Protector
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- 21.5 inches IPS LED screen, 1920 x 1080 resolution, 2048 levels pressure sensitivity pen, adjustable stand, freely switch duplicated mode and extended mode, advanced 9-point display calibration, 178°largest viewing angle, all these characters make your drawing comfortable.
- Two 2048 levels rechargeable pens, built-in lithium battery, light and environmental friendly, 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.
- Ergonomically designed stable stand makes the monitor much more steady. Moreover, the multi-angle adjustable stand can be used to adjust different angle.
- This pen display monitor comes with 2 original rechargeable pen with 2 pen charging line, drawing glove, screen protector, extra pen nibs, HDMI cable, VGA cable, USB cable, power cable, power adapter, English user manual, CD driver. Double layers cardboard and the fixed foam board can prevent the product from shock, hit and can be transported over long distances.
- 12 months Warranty. Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS latest version. Work with Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop CC, Illustrator, 3D Max, Autodesk Sketchbook,Corel Painter,Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic, ZBrush etc.
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UG-2150 is an IPS LED interactive drawing display monitor, it needs to connect to computer, laptop or pc. Such as drawing, sketching, painting, designing and editing can directly be fulfilled on the screen. It can support duplicated mode and extended mode.The interface port are HDMI, VGA and DVI, the packing contains HDMI and VGA cable.
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.
Active Area: 476.64 x 268.11mm
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 Level
Reading Height: 15mm
Report Rate: 220 rps
Response Time: 14ms
Support Color: 16.7M
Interface Support: VGA input, DVI input, HDMI input, USB port 1.1
It has an adjustable stand on the back of the monitor, you can adjust different angle to meet different drawing experience.
1)Painting: Animation, Cartoon, Comic, Illustration, Sketching
2)Design: Photograph or Image Editing , Retouching, Industrial Design, Film Effects, Costume Design
3) Architecture: CAD and 3D Sculpting
4) Education: Art and Design Education
5) Signature: Government, Banking, Medical, Hotel, Insurance and other Industries of Paperless Sign
UG2150 Tablet Monitor×1
Rechargeable Pen P50S×2
Pen Charging Lines×2
Pen Holder (pen clipper and 8 pen nibs included)×1
English User Manual×1
Extra Pen Nibs×10
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EDIT: It looks like Ugee pulled the listing! I guess the price was too good to be true. It's a real shame, though. I felt it was a fair and competitive price. Hopefully these will be available again soon at $600 USD.
I've heard people say that Ugee is a prominent company in the Chinese market, but as far as non-Wacom companies go, they're lesser known that other companies like Yiynova, Huion, and Bosto. But, this doesn't reflect on the quality of Ugee's products! All of these Cintiq alternatives are manufactured in Shenzhen, China, and bear similarities. I'll talk about the similarities and differences below.
Being extremely indecisive, I've owned a Yiynova MVP22Uv3, a Huion GT-190S, and now this Ugee 2150, and (so far as I can tell) I think I'm finally happy with this. I preferred the Yiynova MVP22Uv3's drivers and digitizer over that of the Huion, but I preferred Huion GT-190S's significantly cheaper price (Huion also has a 21.5 inch model, which is still very much cheaper than Yiynova), and the fact that cables were detachable. The Ugee seems to combine the best of both. I'll explain what I mean below.
Ugee's tablet monitors look suspiciously similar to Huion's tablet monitors (Both have 19 and 21.5 inch models), aside from the adjustment stand. However, there IS one more important difference. Ugee uses UC-Logic digitizers (same as Yiynova), and Huion doesn't. Yes, you heard me right. Ray Frenden is wrong: the Monoprice and the Huion tablet monitors do NOT use UC-Logic tech. If I had to guess, I'd say Huion derived its digitizer technology from UC-Logic somehow, but the drivers are not similar, are not intercompatible, and Huion seems to be updating its drivers on its own. If you check UC-Logic's website, you'll see "Yiynova" and "Ugee" listed under "Where to buy." This is what I like about the device: you're basically buying a Huion GT-220 with Yiynova's internals: the driver interface and software compatibility are akin to buying a Yiynova product. In my experience, Yiynova/Ugee/UC-Logic's drivers are compatible with more software (it works flawlessly with Mischief and SAI, while I've had trouble using Mischief and SAI with Huion...though other people have reportedly gotten it to work, that's not my experience). PLUS: it's a MUCH more affordable price (currently $600 at the time of writing, and I REALLY REALLY hope they don't raise this price), AND it's got detachable cables, which is a huge plus compared to Yiynova. (I ain't trashing Yiynova or Huion, they are also solid options!)
The downsides are the same downsides as having a Huion GT-220 (which has MANY more reviews that you guys should check out, as informed customers). The cables come down from the bottom from the unit, and the monitor sometimes rests on them (straining them and potentially damaging them) if you tilt the adjustment stand flat enough. Also, the adjustment stand is DIFFERENT from Yiynova, Huion, or Bosto (which all use the same adjustment stand). Ugee's lifts the monitor from the desk a little higher (Which is good for the menu and power buttons, which are on the underside of the monitor), BUT the build quality of the adjustment stand seems MUCH cheaper and flimsier. It still get's the job done, but it seems more hollow, and shoddier. I don't really mind that much.
Oh, and thank GOD that the pen holder has a hole in it. Huion's pen holder doesn't have a hole to stick the pen in vertically. You can only lay it on it's side, which is lame.
Yiynova/Ugee's drivers are great because there are simply more features. You can rotate the calibration which allows you to use this monitor upside-down (which allows the cables to come from the top of the unit), which Huion's drivers does not allow. Like I said, I've experienced greater software compatibility with these drivers. Lastly, these drivers seem to get along better with Windows 8.1, because Huion's wouldn't allow my pen to register until AFTER I've logged in, while these allow me to use the pen during the user login/password screen when I first turn on my laptop.
I've also found that Huion's pen has less resistance, which actuates the full inkflow with less pressure, while with Yiynova's P2H and with Ugee's pen, you have to push down harder to get it to the full pressure (even though they are all 2048 levels of pressure).
Lastly, I will say this: None of the tablet monitors I've tried had any dead pixels. BUT, Huion's had the most dust under the screen (enough to be distracting), Yiynova's had no noticeable dust if you tape over the express keys, and Ugee's came with only a few barely-noticeable specks that you can't really see unless it's off. This seems mostly an inescapable part of getting Cintiq alternatives.
The monitor displays 1920x1080 perfectly, great colors, no weird warping or anything (one reviewer of this product from a different seller mentions distortion that I don't experience). The colors are beautiful (they're extremely warm out of the box, but can be tweaked on the on-screen display), the viewing angles are very good. A strange quirk is that the "brightness" setting just darkens the colors, but if you really want to dim the backlight, set the color temperature to "User." and set each of your Red, Green, and Blue values to a lower number. I prefer 40 for working at night.
Lastly, customer service is attentive and kind.
Final Note: This review does not talk about normal Pros and Cons comparing it to Wacom's offerings, because there are a lot of reviews on Yiynova/Huion/Bosto products, which you guys can research for yourself. I don't mind the ways these products differ from Wacom, and I certainly can't afford a Cintiq. I give this unit a 5 stars -- UNBEATABLE VALUE!
I prefer drawing, sketching, and painting as my preferred medium, but I have been getting a lot more serious about working in digital art realm to make some graphics for my website and creating digital comics.
I own a graphics tablet and eventually upgraded to a graphics monitor, which ended up being way more useful than the tablet. Recently my workspace shrunk a little bit, so I needed to get a bigger monitor. I know that sounds counter intuitive, but the graphics monitor I had before was only 15.6 inches. This is the size of the average laptop screen and for me, was too small to use on its own. My previous setup was the 15.6" drawing monitor and a 22" regular monitor. When my space shrunk I had to get rid of one of the monitors, so I decided to buy a larger graphics monitor and replace both of the current monitors I have.
For those of you unfamiliar with what a graphics monitor is, those beautiful works of art you see in Disney movies and video games are all mostly done with a graphics tablet. This is essentially a monitor, but with the ability to use an active stylus on the screen so that you can draw directly on it. On most of them, including this one, you cannot just touch the screen to work, you have to use a stylus. If you have the correct setup, you can also have a main monitor and use the graphics monitor as a secondary screen as well.
As I'm sure you've seen by now, the price is so steep for graphics monitors that I had to wait a while until I could afford one. Like, I couldn't believe how expensive they are. 800 dollars? For a 13" tablet? That's way too much for me, especially for a moderate user. If you need to go larger like I did, the name brand drawing monitors are 1700 dollars!
Luckily, I have some experience with a company called UGEE that specializes in graphics tablets and monitors. The graphics tablet and monitor I already own are both from UGEE and I came to decide to buy those over Cintiq for reasons I will touch on later. I had never heard of UGEE before I bought my initial tablet, but after doing some research on alternatives to Cintiq, I had seen good things about UGEE. They are a company that exclusively manufactures drawing tablets and monitors, and they are actually a pretty large business. A lot of people on Amazon and YouTube have had a pleasant experience with UGEE products, so I thought it was worth it to give it a shot since it is half the price of Cintiq's tablet with comparable, if not better specs.
For those of you unfamiliar with what a graphics monitor is, those beautiful works of art you see in Disney movies and video games are all mostly done with a graphics monitor. This is essentially a monitor, but with the ability to use an active stylus on the screen so that you can draw directly on it. On most of them, including this one, you cannot just touch the screen to work, you have to use a stylus. If you have the correct setup, you can also have a main monitor and use the graphics monitor as a secondary screen as well.
The UGEE has important advantages over the Cintiq that I couldn't pass up:
-The price is half of the Cintiq's
The UGEE has HDMI, VGA, and DVI ports to work witha wider range of computers.
-There are some included accessories that are useful like the anti-smudge glove, extra pens, a screen protector.
The similarities to the Cintiq were unbelievable:
-HD 1920 X 1080 screen, but the UGEE uses HDMI and the Cintiq uses DVI
-Active stylus pen with 2048 pressure levels
-The kickstand is multi-position and can be adjusted to fit any angle
From using the monitor so far, I am really impressed and feel it is an improved experience over the 15.6" version. The styluses that it comes with are a little nicer than the 15.6" monitor, and the boost in screen size is a hige plus Using a graphics monitor is so much easier than a tablet. It feels really solid and well built. High quality polymer encase the glass screen and the metal kickstand has a textured rubber non slip grip. Everything feels very high quality.
High Resolution graphics on the screen looks great. It has a really nice laminated screen that makes everything looks crisp and well detailed. I game as well, and this monitor holds up well enough to be used for gaming, web browsing, watching movies, you name it. The active stylus works amazingly smooth on the screen, like buttery smooth.
The setup was a breeze, just hook it up to the cords and pop the cd drivers in and you are all good to go! I did read the directions just to make sure that I didn't miss anything and they were very clear and concise.
Aside from having a nice customizable interface to tweak the monitor's settings, the monitor has setting buttons on it to adjust picture settings. They go pretty in depth, allowing you to even adjust Dynamic Resolution.
I am running Windows 10 and the computer automatically ran Windows Digital Ink Workspace, so even if you don't have dedicated drawing software you can get yourself started on sketchpad.
The active stylus was not charged out of the box (that's right, no AAA batteries!) but as soon as I plugged the charger in I could use it right away. I did not need to pair it at all, and it already felt well calibrated. I did go into the drivers to calibrate it just in case it could be improved at all and I really didn't notice a difference afterwards.
I honestly have not run into any cons with this monitor so far! I will continue to use it and come back for an update!
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