XP-PEN Artist22E Pro 21.5 Inch HD Pen Display Monitor Graphics Drawing Tablet with 16 Shortcuts and Adjustable Stand(8192 levels pressure)
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- XP-PEN Artist22E Pro pen display functions such as drawing, sketching, painting, design, and editing can now be performed directly on the surface of your monitor. Expand your creativity and work naturally and intuitively. It meets the needs of all types of digital artists at any skill level
- Artist22E Pro drawing display features 1080p resolution with 77%-82% Color Gamut and an extra-wide 178° viewing angle. Our 4 and 9-point calibration will provide your work unprecedented accuracy and precision. Features 16 customizable Express keys, the driver allows the express keys to be attuned to many different software. Fit for both left and right handed users
- XP-PEN Artist22E Pro graphic drawing tablet provides 8192 levels of instant pen pressure sensitivity, P02S rechargeable pen providing you with groundbreaking control and fluidity to expand your creative output. And the Max Report Rate has increased to 266 RPS, to make lines flow smoother and perform better, working faster and efficiently
- Artist 22E Pro driver can support 4k displays under extend mode. Now you can enjoy every sharp detail. The custom-designed anti-reflective coating reduces glare by 56 percent. Your screen will continue to look clear and beautiful, even if it’s bright out. The sturdy, adjustable, and ergonomically designed stand prevents shaking and sliding, providing a comfortable drawing experience. It can also be attached to a 75x75 mm vesa mount
- XP-PEN Artist22E Pro Supports Windows 7/8/10 and Mac Os x 10.8.x or later. Compatible with popular digital art software such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, Comic Studio, SAI, Zbrush, Medibang Paint, Toonboom Harmony etc
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Display Area: 476.64x268.11mm
Display Resolution: 1920x1080 pixels
RGB Gamma Ray: 2.2
Adobe Color Gamut Coverage: 72%
Express Keys: 16
Response Time: 14ms
Pixel Pitch: 0.24825(H) x 0.24825(V)mm
Support Color: 16.7M
Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
Backlight Unit: Lower side 1-LED light bar type
Viewing Angle: 178
Power Consumption: 18.49W
Power Source: AC100~240V universal
I/O Connector: DC power in, VGA 15-pin D-sub input, DVI input, HDMI input, USB-connector
Pressure Levels: 8192
Resolution: 5080 LPI
Reading Height: 15mm Max
Supply Voltage: +5V
Power Consumption: 0.05A(0.25Watts) Max
USB Interface: USB port 1.1
Max Report Rate: 266 reports per second
1 x XP-Pen 21.5” HD Graphic Display Monitor
2 x Rechargeable Digital Stylus Pens
2 x Stylus Pen power adapter
1 x VGA Cable
1 x USB Cable
1 x HDMI Cable
1 x Power Adapter
1 x Power Cord
1 x New Pen Holder (8 replacement pen nibs and one pen nib removal ring tool inside)
1 x User Manual
1 x HDMI to Mini Display Port adapter cable
1 x Cleaning cloth
1 x Black Drawing Glove
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**WALL OF TEXT REVIEW: (sorry) **
I took a serious chance on this tablet. I'm a professional sculptor and digital painter, so this is how I make my money and dropping $600 on anything isn't something I'd do lightly. I also don't have an overabundance of free time. I'd peeked at the Yiyinova and puttered around with a Cintiq at a comic*con display.I'd been recommended by a number of friends to go with an older WACOM Cintiq unit (21UX ack the 4:3 ratio save me), but the models they were suggesting were fairly old and didn't have the same level of sensitivity. Also, I'm trying to make a move away from WACOM products because of how overpriced their goods are compared to the recent decline in build quality. (My Intuos 3 is still going strong, but it's going on ten years old.)
The XP-Pen Artist 22 is a fantastic tablet. Hands down. If you're in the market for a Cintiq, get this instead. It's far less expensive and from what I can see, really, really well made. I've had mine since the beginning of May and it's drastically sped up my work. You can see my work down there for reference and more of it here at my Facebook: [...], and you can also watch me use this thing over on my Twitch stream: [...]
* Amazing. I'm not even going to say "amazing for the price" because this thing is pretty damn awesome.
* Extremely responsive, very slight parallax and super easy to get used to drawing on.
* Colours are extremely true.
* Calibration is just fine out of the box but you can mess with it if you want.
* Doubles really nicely as a second monitor
* HD really is HD. Stuff looks great on here. Being able to work at full resolution is nice too.
* Comfy, solid pens that feel nice in the hand and are nice to draw with. (When you are at this thing for 8 hours a day, you begin to appreciate the small things!)
* Puts off a tiny, tiny amount of heat. Less than my "actual" monitor next to it!
* VESA conversion was super easy. Just pop off the stand on the back and throw the VESA mount bracket on and you're good to go.
**Cons / really should be called "minor annoyances."**
These are in no particular order. Just as they come to me. I'm also being super specific so people know what they are getting into, but none of this wall of text outweighs how good this tablet is.
* Pen charging. I mean. It's not a big deal, you get two pens and a bajillionty replacement nibs in a nifty holder. A charge has lasted me the better part of a month. I think there's a passive pen floating around but I'm really not bothered by it.
* You will have to futz with this thing a bit to get it to talk to Windows 10.This is, as I understand it, not XPPEN's fault and a result of Windows' s***ty tablet PC protocols. What you need to do: **DO NOT PLUG IN THE TABLET BEFORE INSTALLING THE DRIVERS OFF OF THE XPPEN WEBSITE.** Get the most recent ones. Install them. THEN plug the unit in. If you're using it as a second monitor, make sure the driver recognizes where you've got the tablet set up.
* Drivers are a little barebones, but I have the feeling they'll get better with time.
* If you have a light touch like I do with tablets, you will need to turn the pressure sensitivity in the drivers alllllllllllll the way down. Still a little firm for my tastes but I got used to it. Wish I could make it a little more sensitive, but tbh messing with brush settings in Photoshop appears to have helped a bit.
* Screen cover is kind of a pain to put on, but what giant sticky plastic sheet wouldn't be. Put it on, btw. Scratches are no bueno.
* No side buttons / hotkeys. Not at all a big deal for me.
* You're absolutely gonna need a VESA mount. Good thing this thing is VESA compatible. Anyway, if you're using one of these you should just have one anyway. Maybe it's just my desk setup, but I prefer having the thing on a swingy arm.
* Bottom-mounted cables. Sort of annoying. Not really a big deal with a VESA mount.
The only thing I really am kinda miffed about is that this tablet doesn't seem to talk to LazyNezumi at -all-. So. Y'know, there's that. :/ Not a big loss considering now I can just draw on the screen but the stabilizer settings were really nice to have.
Shipping was great, tablet arrived with absolutely no dead pixels and was securely, neatly packed in its own little box. You get a bunch of free stuff with it too; it includes all of the cables you could possibly need as far as I know, a neato anti-fouling glove, two tablet pens, a dust brushy thing and a screen cover. Some other stuff too. The company was very friendly and lovely to work with. I didn't need to use their customer service but word is they're very helpful.
If you decide to get this and need help setting it up, let me know through my Facebook page and I'll be happy to help you. :)
I have only been using this for a few days and I will update the review down the road after I have had time to really sit down and work.
Price, seriously, this thing is a bargain!
Better screen than ANY of my Cintiqs, including the Wacom 22HD
Great color and viewing angle
Good pen latency and parallax, comparable to the Cintiq
Comes with two pens
Very good stand for the price
Very plastic and the pen feels cheap
Cables do not match and are rather cheap feeling
Have to charge the pens
Between this and my iPad Pro, I will be selling my Wacom Cintiq. Wacom has dropped the ball and these other manufactures are making a great product.
I can say without a doubt after 10 years of using Cintiqs had I started out with this device I would have never gave Wacom so much money.
Yes the cons are there:
The biggest baddest con to me will not matter to the vast majority of all other people and thus I will not bother taking a star off for it.
!!!There is no 6D art pen equivalent!!!
On to the lessor cons:
Stand is really meh~ compared to the Wacom stands, but this is offset and even exceeded by the VESA mounting. Cintiq Have no VESA mount and well the stands are nice they are not as nice as a good VESA mount system. Dose it cost extra, yes, but not as much extra s you'd pay for the Wacom stand and it's better in the long run.
I don't use them, my keyboard is placed under my desk and I use normal keyboard shortcuts for everything not only is it faster but I have way more options. The only thing I'd miss is the touch strips for brush size and even that depends on the program since if the program supports a quick shortcut key and drag for brush size that's faster and more accurate 90% of the time.
Doesn't have one, and I didn't notice until some else pointed it out. I never use the eraser on my Wacom pens in the time it takes me to flip the pen over I can hit the shortcut on my keyboard and be done.
That really about sums it up for the cons.
Unless you use Windows 10 then you'll probably have driver issues, but that's just Windows 10 (Wacom was a mess with Windows 10 for a long time and still has issues with many of it's products too this is really a windows problem more then anything MS broke a lot of stuff for no good reason). As an artist I'd highly recommend Windows 7 between the fact both programs and drivers work better and are much more mature it's just the better OS choice for Artists 2D and 3D alike.
Glossy screen is not really a big deal. Keep in mind I'm a hardcore Matte screen person for normal displays and TVs, but for drawing tablets if anything they may actually be nicer as they allow a smoother stroke.
Image quality is just as good if not better then my current Cintiq.
Pen feel is pretty good nothing close to what I was expecting from a powered pen.
Lots of connectors you can hook this up anyway you want. (If you are planing on using a VESA mount BUY LONGER CABLES AT THE SAME TIME.)
Easy drivers that work great under Windows 7 64-bit.
Parallax seems to actually be better then my Cintiq.
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