HUION KAMVAS Pro 16 Graphics Drawing Tablet

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Huion Kamvas Pro 16

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Full Laminated HD Screen
The Kamvas Pro 16 drawing monitor adopts the newest full lamination technology and anti-glare glass. The fully laminated screen reduces parallax to the lowest level and makes your stylus more accurate. The anti-glare glass reduces the glaring damage to human eyes and shortens the distance between the pen nib and the cursor offering a fairly clear picture under bright light.

Kamvas 16 drawing monitor is compatible with Windows 7 or later, Mac OS 10.12 or later, Linux Ubuntu, and works with most of the mainstream drawing software.

Equipped with 120% sRGB with 16.7 million colors to make the image much more vivid.

1920×1080 – 15.6 inch Screen

Battery-free Stylus with ±60°Tilt function: Battery-free pen PW507 with 8192 pressure sensitivity and latest ±60° tilt function, which could ensure the accuracy as well as a natural transition between each line. The industry-leading 266PPS report rate offers you smooth drawing without any lag.

6 Express Keys & 1 Touch Bar: To satisfy your needs on creative space, KAMVAS Pro 16 drawing tablet monitor comes with 6 express keys to be customized and 1 touch bar to be programmed for canvas zooming, brush adjusting and page scrolling.

Strong Construction: 11mm thickness, 1.2kg in weight, and aluminum alloy structure make the drawing monitor tablet durable, and easy to carry out. A hidden Type-C interface and 3-in-1 cable eliminates wire bundles and bring you a clean desktop.

Note that Kamvas Pro 16 is NOT a standalone product. It needs to be connected to a computer/laptop to work.

I own the HUION KAMVAS PRO 16 since 3 years now.
So many artist create masterpieces on this tablet. They sketch, draw and paint. Unfortunately I am not one of them.
While I can sketch, draw and paint, the results are rather unremarkable.
My art for the most part is photo compositions. And most of it I do with the mouse.
But some of the fine details that a mouse just can’t do, I accomplish on my Huion Tablet.
It’s is easy to duplicate the image from my monitor on the tablet. So I can go back and forth.
I am a left handed writer but a right sided mouser. So at times you find me with the stylus in my left hand and the mouse in the right hand editing more or less simultaneously.
I love it!

Even with my limited use of the Huion Kamvas Pro 16 Graphics Tablet I wholeheartedly would recommend it.
And if you are one of those talented people who can actually draw – you would take your art to the next level with this tablet.

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