- Shipping Weight: 1.6 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: new 1060 PLUS
- ASIN: B01DZLKYEW
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 8 2016
- Average Customer Review: 188 customer reviews
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Huion New 1060Plus Grahics Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity and Built-in Card Reader 8 MircoSD Card 5080 LPI
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- Updated version of 1060 PLUS. Compared with the old version, new 1060PLUS drawing tablet has a narrow-brimmed surface design with a pen carrier. It comes with micro USB instead of mini USB, so you can easily find another USB cable replacement
- With 8192 levels of pen pressure sensitivity, 1060PLUS gives fine strokes of what you demand; 5080 LPI and 230 RPS let you create your artwork accurately and smoothly
- Active Area: 10” x6.25’’ (254 x 152mm), equipped with a rechargeable pen, which is lighter and can be used for 350 hours continuous use after every 2 hours' charging
- Built-in Card Reader Feature and a free 8GB TF card allow you to save your artworks conveniently. Can be extended to Maximum 64GB
- 12 customizable express keys and 16 Soft Keys help you tailor your software experience and enhance your workflow efficiency
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12 Customizable Express Keys
12 customizable express keys and 16 Soft Keys help you tailor your software experience and enhance your workflow efficiency.
8192 Levels Pen Pressure Sensitivity
With 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, this tablet can create variations in line width and opacity, which makes you feel as if you are drawing with a real pen.
10" x 6.25" The most popular size of the Huion lines. Large and comfortable to draw on.
Equipped with a rechargeable pen, which is lighter and can be used for 350 hours continuous use after every 2 hours' charging.
233 RPS High report rate, which makes the tablet more responsive to the pen.
5080 LPI High resolution, which ensures low distortion, resulting in very smooth and accurate lines.
Built-in Card Reader Feature
Built-in Card Reader Feature and a free 8GB TF card allow you to save your artworks conveniently. Can be extended to Maximum 64GB.
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac 10.8.0 or later versions.
What is in the Box?
1 * Huion New 1060PLUS
1 * Micro USB Cable for the Tablet
1 * Pen Charging Cable
1 * Rechargeable Pen P80
1 * Pen holder (4 Pen Tips/Tip Clip included)
1 * Black Glove
1 * Cleaning&Storage Bag
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- It's got a large drawing surface
- Comes with 12 programmable buttons
- comes with 8GB micro-SD card
- Great quality
- Comes with pen with rechargeable battery. Pen has extra tips and is pressure sensitive.
- Drawing surface is nice and smooth, but scratchy enough to feel like a smooth paper.
- comes with a neoprene bag to carry and protect the graphics pad
- comes with a 2-finger glove so that your writing hand glides over the surface and doesn't interfere with the pad's sensors.
- when the drivers work, the drawing lines are very accurate with pressure sensors
- works great with PaintTool Sai program
- works well on Windows 7 with the latest Huion drivers
- It is a bitch to get the drivers working, especially on Windows 8.1, I still cannot get the pad to work or get it to show pressure on drawings
- Huion drivers does not have proper digital signatures and Windows will try to complain that it doesn't have the correct certificates and thinks that it can be a virus or Trojan horse. So, when you install and run the drivers, you'll need to assign full access rights in order to make things run as intended.
- the USB plug-in on the tablet is on the left side rather than on the right side and is situated smack dab in the middle. I guess it just depends on where you USB ports are for your monitor or your computer. I have two sets of monitors, one has the ports on the right side and the other one has ports on the left side. But the USB port position on the tablet is right in the middle on the left side. The manufacturer should consider placing the USB near the top corner or even have USB plugins in 3 locations: top left corner, top right corner, and top center.
As you can see, there aren't very many cons about this graphics tablet except for the drivers that go with it. I would've given it 5-stars if it wasn't for that. Price, quality, and accuracy is what makes this graphics tablet a real bargain. I recommend it. I hope the Chinese don't become like the Koreans where the software suck for the great hardware they give you.
Update on Windows 8.1 (and probably the same for Windows 10):
OK, I finally got the Huion 1060 Plus to work with Windows 8.1 and to work with Windows 8.1 as a virtual image in VMware. The so-called "Driver Installation" is not a driver installation as it is really an application installation. What Huion did was created a driver application that gets installed on your system and run as a background application. The installation puts the TabletDriver icon on your desktop and sets the registry to load the background app when your computer starts. You can always exit the program by right-clicking on the icon on the task bar. You can also turn it back on by click on the TabletDriver icon on the desktop. So, this TabletDriver is not a driver at all.
Here's what I did to make it consistently work in Windows 8.1. I went into the registry by typing in the following from the Start/Panel and expanded the registry key as follows:
2) Look for the following Run command and delete it:
Once deleted, this executable will not run on Windows login or boot. Do this for any version of Windows (7, 8.1, 10). For Windows 7, when you want to use the tablet, just click on the TabletDriver icon on the desktop and make sure the "driver" does not have a red X over it. For Windows 8.1, click the TabletDriver icon on the desktop to load the "driver" and make sure that it does not have an X over it as well. However, this does not guarantee that it'll work. So, just test to see if the cursor moves around on the screen with the pen. If there's no movement, just unplug the USB from the computer and try again. Test the pressure with the driver app.
So, for Huion, please make your graphics drivers a true driver for Windows. This is really a true hassle. If I wasn't tech savvy, this would be a deal breaker. Huion, please make sure the drivers are seen by the OS as legit by implementing proper key registration, certificates, and loaded by the system (not by the user). Users should not have to adjust security settings every time the driver is loaded into the system. This is why a lot of users will give 4 stars out of 5 because of these driver issues. Once the driver app works with the hardware, this tablet is pretty awesome to say the least and the best bang for the buck.
With the pressure from the pen working all the time as I've outlined for Windows 7 and 8.1, the drawing on this graphics tablet is amazing. This is definitely well worth the money. The TabletDriver program's default middle setting for the pressure is actually the best since it recognizes the minute light scribbling and the heavy pressing on the pen doesn't overwhelm what you're trying to achieve. I would give the Huion 1060 Plus a 4.5 stars out of 5. I really hope Huion makes a true driver that works 100% of the time without the end user doing anything at all.
- Drawing experience is comparable to Wacom Tablet
- Price significantly lower than Wacom Tablet
- Build quality matches to Wacom Tablet
- Driver installation is not as straight-forward (still took only about 10-15 mins, one time hassle)
- Tablet Pen require charging for 40+ hours usage, which is fine, but the charging cable is proprietary, so don't lose that cable.
- Tiny difference of drawing feel, only noticeable to long time (10+ years) Wacom users like me
Overall, this is a great alternative solution for drawing tablet. I did a little sketch using Huion tablet for the first time. 1 hour 50 minutes with Photoshop.
Bias disclaimer: As a long time wacom user, I'm getting tired of wacom over charging their product with little to no major innovation over the past 10+ years. I believe the only reason they can charge that much is because they patented their no battery charging pressure sensitive pen. Hence they monopolize the entire creative industry. I hope Huion will give them a wake up call. In this case, competition will create innovation, and end user will benefit in the end.
The bad: The usb connection is on the left-hand side, in the middle. Terrible decision- it should be on the back. As is, it's in the way one way or another.
The strip of quick "keys" (activated with pen): Unless your area is very brightly lit, and you have good eyesight, you will not be able to see the labels (1-16) because they are printed in dim silver. So i'm not using them. May be able to remedy this with a usb light of some kind, because I think they would be handy if I could see them.
I had a problem of it becoming unresponsive after a few hours, and had to disconnect/reconnect the usb cable and then it would "wake up". I believe I've solved this- you can't plug it into a hub. Which is disappointing because I've had to give up one of the precious usb ports on my iMac (there's only 4).
Good pen tablet for the price and size, although the pen randomly stops working in the middle of use even when fully charged. The hot keys all function and are handy. The pen feels cheaper than a Wacom pen but function adequately. The tablet feels solid. I have no issues with using it in Krita. I included a photo of a wacom tablet over top the huion to compare size wise. The extra room to draw makes it so much easier, and I couldn't shell out $300 canadian for what wacom offers in the same size.
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