- Shipping Weight: 1.5 Kg
- Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Item model number: G10T
- ASIN: B01M1JM9ZE
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Sept. 26 2016
- Average Customer Review: 56 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #76,638 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Huion G10T INSPIROY Pen and Touch Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with Ultra Narrow Border
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- Innovative Touch Function: With a 10-by-6.25 Inch drawing area and a brand new multi-touch panel, you can zoom in and out your artwork with simple hand gestures
- 2.4 GHz Wireless Communication: Wireless connectivity allows you to draw effortlessly with freedom and ease. Approximately 6-meter sensing distance; The 2500mAh battery will run for more than 40 hours to create more with no limitation
- Cutting-edge Design: The ultra narrow border is the first in the Pen Tablet industry, allowing extra work space for keyboards and other devices. The Aluminum Alloy rear casing gives the tablet an attractive look while providing a strong exterior and extra stabilization
- Type-C Interface: Plug the cable in either direction thanks to the latest symmetrical Type-C design. With 6 customizable express keys and 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, you can perform each stroke with accuracy while preserving intensity and increasing work efficiency
- Active Area: 10" x 6.25‘', Resolution: 5080LPI, Report Rate: 233PPS, OS compatibility: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Mac 10.10 or above; 1 year warranty
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Innovative Touch Function
Huion INSPIROY G10T creates a new chapter of premium performance with a 10-by-6.25 inch drawing area and a brand new multi-touch panel. You can zoom in and out your artwork simply by using hand gestures.
Wireless/USB Mode Available
Draw effortlessly with the added 2.4G wireless module. Up to 6-meter distance of wireless connectivity. The 2500mAh battery lasts more than 40 hours, and if that's not enough, continue with the included USB cable to power/recharge the device.
INSPIROY G10T has 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, a report rate of 233PPS, and 5080 LPI resolution. You can execute each stroke accurately while preserving it’s intensity and clarity. The new PE150 pen creates a reality that you can feel, just as if you were drawing on paper.
6 Time Saving Express Keys
You'll experience power and efficiency with 6 customizable express keys. Save time concentrating on your artwork while allowing ideas to flourish and mature.
Plug the cable in either direction thanks to the latest symmetrical Type-C design. With 6 customizable express keys and 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, you can perform each stroke with accuracy while preserving intensity and increasing work efficiency.
Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Mac 10.10 or above.
What's in the box
1 * Huion INSPIROY G10T
1 * Type-C USB Cable
1 * Installation CD
1 * User Manual (Mac and Windows)
1 * Pen box(Rechargeable Pen PE150, Wireless Receiver, 8 Pen tips and 1 Removal Ring inside)
Charging Cable for Rechargeable Pen PE150
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WHAT I LIKE:
◕ Packaging is beautiful and the tablet feels of high quality.
◕ The active area of this tablet is HUGE! It really is awesome! It gives you so much fine control compared to smaller tablets.
◕ For the price, this tablet can’t be beat, hands down. The equivalent sized tablet from Wacom costs about 3 times the price! Yes, the Wacom tablets have more features (mostly in the software - see below)... but for 3 times the price, you’d have to REALLY need those additional features to justify going for the Wacom.
◕ Very smooth performance. The active surface of the tablet is very smooth, the pen easily glides along it, and the pen movement is very smoothly translated to the screen with essentially no perceptible lag. There are some cases where the movement is slightly less smooth than my Wacom tablet (e.g. using the paint brush in Photoshop), but the difference is very small and doesn't significantly impact usability.
◕ The pen is functional and comfortable to use. It’s not quite as comfortable as my Wacom pen, but it’s close. It doesn't have the same weight to it as the Wacom, which makes it feel a little less substantive in the hand - but this isn't an issue. The buttons, which can have a number of useful functions assigned to them (mouse right click, mouse middle click, mouse left click, switch screen), feel good and are easy to press. The tip feels fine and slides nicely along the tablet surface. Unlike my Wacom pen, it doesn't have an eraser tip on the other end, but honestly I almost never used that feature anyways. Overall, it's not the best tablet pen I've used, but it's more than sufficient.
◕ The pen holder is fine enough. It holds the pen lying down, which I prefer to the standing up style holders, since I tend to knock the pens over when they're sticking up several inches off the desk. The holder again doesn't have much weight to it, but this isn't a problem since the pen is stable lying down. The holder has a few extra tips hidden away inside it, so you should be good for tips for some time.
◕ The included pen tips are simple (you don't have the fancy variety you get with the Wacom tablets) but effective.
- The shortcut buttons on the left side of the tablet are very useful for quickly carrying out certain actions. You can assign keystrokes to them, for example CTL-C for copy. The buttons have a nice soft click to them, are easy to press, and feel like good quality. There's 12 of them, which gives you a lot of options… but to be honest, there's almost so many of them that it's hard to remember what shortcut is assigned to each one! I would recommend putting small labels on them to remind yourself of what they do.
◕ The wireless function works very well. I haven't tested the full extent of the range, but it's at least good enough to sit a reasonable distance from your monitor. It's actually pretty cool to be able to kick back in your chair and use the tablet with no wires! In terms of performance in wireless mode, I haven't noticed any difference (lag, etc.) compared to the wired mode. And the wireless dongle doubles as an 8GB memory stick.
◕ The included USB cable is nice and long, giving good versatility in terms of where the tablet can be placed.
WHAT COULD BE IMPROVED:
◕ The pen has to be plugged in to charge, whereas my Wacom pen does not need any external power. It's a bit annoying to have to remember to plug it in after every session to ensure it's not dead when you go to use it the next time. At least it can be used while plugged in if you need it in a pinch.
◕ When using the “switch screen” function (which cycles through active screens using the pen buttons), it also triggers a left mouse click, which can inadvertently cause a change to your active document. This is quite irritating, but the good news is I think it could likely be fixed via a software update (hope you’re listening, Huion!).
◕ Active area on tablet doesn’t map 100% to selected screen (pretty close though… probably 95-97%).
◕ Micro USB port is a tight fit, so it might be hard to find third party cables that fit it.
◕ The wireless USB dongle is quite a bit larger than most other wireless dongles I’ve seen in recent years (e.g. Wacom, Logitech). However, it’s by no means unwieldy. Plus, as mentioned above, it also serves as an 8GB USB stick, which is super handy and explains the relatively large size.
◕ Neither the battery in the tablet or the pen is replaceable. So when these batteries lose their storage capacity (as all batteries do over time), this may be an issue. This probably won’t be a big problem for the tablet itself since it supposedly has 40 hours of battery life, so even if the capacity decreases significantly, you should still have lots. But the for the pen, this will be more of an issue, since its capacity seems to be far lower, so a significant hit on capacity may lead to frustratingly short usage times before having to recharge. You can always buy replacement pens, but these are not particularly cheap (~$30).
◕ No tilt recognition, but this is really only relevant for those doing advanced drawing.
◕ Only 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity (compared to 8192 for Wacom Intuos Pro). That said, the Wacom I’ve been using is an older generation that also has 2048 levels, and I’ve never seen this as an issue when editing photos.
◕ Control software is decent, but definitely lacking in function compared to Wacom tablets. The main functions it lacks that I miss are:
(a) Ability to select a portion of the screen. You can select one of multiple screens or all screens, but you can’t select, say, 2 out of 3 screens, nor can you select a portion of one or multiple screens. Granted, this probably won’t be a problem for most people (for example, most people don’t have more than 2 screens). But for me it’s a bit of an issue, since in Photoshop I like to have my main workspace on screen 1, with the panels on screen 2. But since the panels only take up a small portion of screen 2, with my Wacom tablet I can set the active screen area to take up all of screen 1 and only that portion of screen 2. With the Huion tablet, I could just select all of screen 1 and all of screen 2, but having an active area that is too large makes it harder to control the cursor. With the Wacom tablet, I can select only the screen real estate I need, which maximizes control. I could get around this issue using the “switch screen” function, but the problem is this feature is a bit frustrating to use, since it triggers a left mouse button click every time you switch screens (see above). It’s too bad, since this would be a really handy function otherwise.
(b) Ability to have application-specific settings. With the Wacom tablet, you can have one set of settings in Photoshop, another in Lightroom, and so on. With the Huion tablet, there is only one set of global settings. This would be a nice feature to allow you to, for example, assign different functions to a given button in different applications.
c) No scrolling / panning button. You can get around this in some applications - for example in Photoshop you can assign the spacebar (which activates the pan tool in Photoshop when held down) to one of the buttons. But in other applications you're unable to use the pen to pan / scroll - unless you put the tablet into tablet mode (one of the options in the Huion software), which can then cripple other functions (for example the ability to select text in web browsers).
Overall, I'm very impressed with this Huion tablet. It really is an excellent, high quality tablet, and the gripes I have with it are relatively minor. It's not quite as refined as the equivalent Wacom tablets, but it's very close, and offers incredible value given it's so much less expensive. Unless there's a very specific reason you have to get a Wacom tablet, you'd be crazy not to strongly consider this one.
On the tablet itself: I personally adore the tablet for every reason I bought it:
-Simple, no overcrowding of features.
-12 hotkeys that can be re-mapped to any key with optionnal CTRL, ALT and SHIFT combos.
-Wireless works good. (i'd only use it on the go.)
-Pressure detection is great.
-HUGE active area (I always drew on huge papers anyway)
-Very light pen, with a charge that lasts too long for it's own good.
-Wireless module comes with 8 gigs of usb storage.
-I've tested with PhotoShop CS6, Sai and Medibang Paint Pro and they are all compatible.
But there are a few downsides to it, but to me they're not enough to even remove a star:
-When first using the tablet, you'll need to learn it.
-Simple, if you like tons of features: there's no new features (Other than the HUGE surface) here.
-Questionable usefulness of the pen holder.
-Wireless module gets pretty hot.
-Pen charging connector is scarily small.
In conclusion, This tablet is great for anyone who wants an enormous active area and a simple design. It's really easy to get used to the tablet, so far, it my favourite I've used. And for 200$CAD? It still beats many tablets that are double it's price.
I have to say, I am incredibly impressed with the tablet! The pressure sensitivity is really nice. My hand does not cramp up like it did using Wacom pens. The driver was easy to install and setup. To be honest I am still getting used to having a larger tablet because I don't have to move the pen to compensate for lack of drawing space.... the tablet edges reach the exact edge of my monitor. It's perfect!
I will update after a few months of continual use.
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