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Ugee HK1560 15.6 Inches IPS Screen HD Resolution Drawing Monitor Interactive Pen Display with 1 PC Screen Protector
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- 15.6 inches screen size, easy to carry and move. IPS screen with 1920 x 1080 resolution. Adjustable stand, freely switch duplicated mode and extended mode, advanced 9-point display calibration.
- Two 2048 levels rechargeable P50S pen, one click the button of the pen can fulfill the conversion function between pen and eraser.
- Ergonomically designed stable stand makes the monitor much more steady. Moreover, the adjustable stand can be used to adjust different angle to meet different drawing habit. IPS screen, the viewing angle is -80°~80°(H) -80°~80°(V).
- Compatible with Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS latest version. Work with Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop CC, SAI, Illustrator, 3D Max, Autodesk Sketchbook,Corel Painter,Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic, ZBrush etc.
- This pen display monitor comes with 2 rechargeable pens and pen charging cables and 1 screen protector as gifts. 12 months warranty and lifelong after-sale service provided.
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|Item Dimensions||12.4 x 21.4 x 5.1 in||18.3 x 20.9 x 7.2 in||18.5 x 21 x 7 in||8.23 x 11.85 x 0.28 in|
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Ugee HK1560 is the new model of drawing monitor from UGEE. IPS screen, 1920 x 1080 resolution and 2048 levels pressure sensitivity can make your drawing much more smooth. It supports second monitor, can be set duplicated mode and extended mode. The interface is HDMI and USB.
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
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Display Area: 302mm x 192mm
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 Level
Reading Height: 15mm
Accuracy: ±0.01 inch
Pixel Pitch: 0.17925 (H) x 0.17925 (V)
Support Color: 16.7M
Contrast Ratio: 800:1
Interface Support: DC power in; HDMI in, USB port
Anti-fouling Artist Drawing Glove
The packing contains a two fingers black anti-fouling glove, can reduce the friction between your hand and the screen.
On the back of the monitor, it has an adjustable stand, you can adjust different angle to meet different drawing experience.
Rechargeable Pen P50S×2
Pen Charging Lines×2
English User Manual×1
Top Customer Reviews
I prefer drawing, sketching, and painting as my preferred medium, but I have been starting to dabble in the digital art realm to make some graphics for my website and to work on a digital comic.
I had wanted to buy a graphics monitor for a little while now, but since the price is so steep for them I had held off 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 light to moderate user. In the meantime I started using a graphics tablet and that held me over for a little while, but there was a pretty steep learning curve for me to be able to draw on the tablet while keeping my eyes on the screen and making sure I wasn't making Batman's eyes all wonky or something like that. So, I decided I would save up and get a graphics tablet. But which one to choose?
Little did I know that a graphics monitor is like the holy grail of the digital art world. I have found that using the graphics monitor has been so much easier than using the tablet.
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 creen 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.
I had never heard of UGEE before, but after doing some research on alternatives, 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.
I decided the UGEE had too many advantages over the Cintiq to pass up:
-The price is half of the Cintiq's
-The size is larger by almost 3 inches diagonally
-The kickstand is multi-position and can be adjusted to fit any angle
-There are some included accessories that sounded useful like the anti-smudge glove
The similarities to the Cintiq were unbelievable:
-HD 1920 X 1080 screen
-Active stylus pen with 2048 pressure levels
From using the monitor so far, I am actually really impressed. Using a graphics monitor is so much easier than a tablet. My current setup can only handle one monitor at a time right now, but the 15.6 inch screen is the same as my laptop's and it gets the job done. It also 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.
The resolution on the screen looks great. It has a really nice laminated screen that makes everything looks crisp and well detailed. 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 the picture, brightness, and sound options. Speaking of sound options, I think the monitor has a built in speaker, but I haven't been able to figure how to output sound to it. My PC is a little different in this regard because it has a TOSLINK port and an HDMI In and Out, that's it. I think something is getting lost between my computer and the monitor so no sound is coming out from the monitor. My previous monitor did not have speakers, so there is no way for me to tell what the issue is at the moment. I am convinced though that the graphics monitor has a speaker though because of the advanced setting that let you play with how it should sound.
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 think that long term, I would want to do a dual monitor setup for the most efficient workflow, as it is nice to be able to reference a larger screen if you need to while you are using the graphics tablet.
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! a
I am a 3D animator/producer and extensively use Autodesk Maya, which I am happy to report that this works nicely with. It gets along great with Photoshop [though I haven't tested it beyond that] as you'd expect. The drivers are easy to install and setup. I was thrown for a little loop at first in realizing that the optimal way to use this is to mirror the monitor setup between my main screen. Since on my pc, my main screen is double the resolution of this device, Windows downgrades the resolution while operating in this mode in order to make them both 'mirrored.' This works identically in the Wacom world, but seeing that some may not have ever used a graphics monitor before, I thought I'd offer that feedback.
What drove my ultimate decision, in the end, was what my needs were. I was looking for a graphics tablet to keep up with my workflow, that would be of quality, but not over-the-top with bells and whistles since I need the core functionality over the nuanced variances between this and the Wacom. Price for me was secondary. For example.. Wacom's eraser being on the end-tip and the Ugee's eraser being a selectable mode takes a few minutes to get used to, but that's it - a few minutes. Afterwards, I was able to be fully productive. Additionally, I didn't need something that was wireless and I use a single desk, so having a few more wires doesn't bother me at all. I also don't have a particular use of a shortcut keys on the tablet itself. So in the end, even ignoring the better price, this tablet simply met my needs better. I would have purchased it even if it was more than the competing Wacom, and I've been using tablet drawing since the dawn of the lightpen on a Commodore 64 ;-)