|Model Number||Artist 22E Pro|
|Part Number||Artist 22E Pro|
|Hardware Interface||VGA, D-Sub, USB, HDMI, DVI x 1|
|Response Time||14 Milliseconds|
|Standing screen display size||21.5 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium Ion|
|Package Dimensions||63.6 x 49 x 17.2 cm; 8.36 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||8.36 kg|
|Item Model Number||Artist 22E Pro|
|Batteries||2 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||23 January 2018|
XP-PEN Artist 22E Pro 22 Inch HD IPS Digital Graphics Monitor Drawing Tablet Monitor Pen Display Support Windows and Mac with 8192 Levels Pressure Sensitivity Stylus
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- Compared to the XP-Pen Artist 22E graphic monitor, it features 16 customizable shortcut keys to help you express your big ideas for convenience and efficiency. The driver allows the shortcut keys to be attuned to many different software. Fit for both left and right handed users.
- Draw, sketch, paint, and design directly on on your monitor's surface! Expand your creativity and work naturally and intuitively. The Artist 22E Pro meets the needs of all types of digital artists at any skill level. The potential applications for the XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro pen display are limitless!
- 21.5 inch display features 1080p resolution with 77%-82% accurate Color Gamut and an extra-wide 178° viewing angle. Delivering vibrant colors and rich detail.
- The XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro drawing monitor driver supports 4k displays, 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 XP-Pen Artist 22e Pro Dual Monitor 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, Clip Studio, SAI, Zbrush, Medibang Paint, Toonboom Harmony etc.
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1. Artist16 Pro is NOT a standalone product!!!
- This device must be connected to a computer to work. It is compatible with Windows system 10/8/7(32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later.
2. About the Protective Film
- Artist16 Pro drawing pen display comes with protective covers(plastic layer) to avoid damages to the surface from hand grease, scratches, etc.
- Please peel off the protective covers(plastic layer) before application! The real protective film is under the protective covers(plastic layer).
3. Connection Tips
- Your computer needs to have HDMI and USB ports available for the connection, if not, you need an adapter to convert for the connection. Please confirm the Black USB Cable and the HDMI Cable completely plug into your computer. And don't forget to connect the power adapter.
- If your computer only have Type-c ports, you need a Type-c to HDMI and USB adapter for the connection.
Other Tips: After connecting all the cables in the correct places, please wait about 30s~1min to make the USB Hardware driver loaded successfully.
4. Driver Download and Installation Tips
- Driver Download: Our driver will be regularly updated, so please go to our official web to download the newest driver, and install it on your computer.
4.1 Before Driver Installation:
- Please Remove Other Brand’s Driver from your computer and reboot before installing the XP-PEN’s driver, or there will driver conflict problems.
4.2 For Windows Users：
- Please close all drawing program and run the driver as Administrator when installing the driver. (IMPORTANT)
4.3 For Mac Mojave (10.14) Users:
- If your operating system is the newest Mojave 10.14, please Add the “PenTabletSetting” into the whitelist first after installed the driver on your computer.
1080P HD IPS Display
XP-PEN Artist22E Pro 21.5 inch display features 1080p resolution with 77%-82% accurate Color Gamut. Delivering vibrant colors and rich detail.Versatile and suitable for artists of any skill level or specialty.
Expand your creativity and work naturally and intuitively. Artist22E Pro drawing monitor meets the needs of all types of digital artists at any skill level.
16 Customizable Shortcut Keys
Artist22E Pro compared to the Artist 22E, it features 16 customizable shortcut keys to help you express your big ideas for convenience and efficiency.
The driver allows the shortcut keys to be attuned to many different software. Work easier and faster with shortcut keys comfortably placed for both left and right handed users.
8192 Levels of Pressure Sensitivity
P02S stylus technology provides 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and Max to 266 RPS, allowing you to create your remarkable piece with superior control and stunning fluidity. A full charge provides up to two months of scribbling, sketching, and designing.
Our Multi-function Pen Holder is included to keep your pen and pen nibs safe. You can use it as a pen stand or a pen holder.
Ergonomically Designed, Supports 4K Displays
The Artist 22E Pro driver supports 4k displays, 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.
We are dedicated to providing state-of-the-art digital tablets with all the latest technology of 2019. We tirelessly research and innovate new ways to improve the user experience of our products.
Our drawing tablet applicable to drawing, illustrative, image editing, sketching, handwriting recognition, online education and other usages.
Versatility and Compatibility
XP-PEN Artist22E Pro compatible with Windows 10/8/7, Mac OS version 10.10 and above.
Compatible with many designer software such as Photoshop, SAI, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and more.
Compatibility is always being steadily improved through driver updates. Please go to the official website to download the latest driver for your graphic drawing tablet.
Visible screen diagonal
22" / 55 cm
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This thing is BIG. 22”. Take the size of your iPad Pro and double it. You have a LOT of room.
The stand allows you to adjust it to and from any angle. Nuff said.
Pressure sensitivity levels.
There are 8 thousand levels. It’s insanely liberating to be able to use this many and have your artwork look flawless.
16 of them! I don’t even use two of them.
For what your getting it’s a great price.
Bad yet minor gripes?
The pen needs to be recharged.
I’ve never had it die on me, and it lasts something like 100 hours, but it would still be nice to not have to worry about something so important.
I’ve never had a screen display before, but the parallax here is definitely noticeable. A few calibrations and a good sitting position can dramatically improve it, so it’s ok by me.
Jeez, this is annoying. The only thing stopping it from getting 5 stars, too. The blur when something moves is so noticeable. The best way to describe it would be to take a low shutter speed photo of stars. You see these weird streaks following any light source appear out of no where. It’s barely noticeable until you look for it, but it’s unseeable afterwards. When drawing, this doesn’t affect anything, but when playing games or editing it really is. :(
Some people have mentioned a thick nib, and also that the nib moves a bit. Compared to my old Wacom this is a non-issue during drawing. I've also seen people criticise the amount of force for really light or really heavy strokes. Firstly, i'm pressing really really lightly and it still picks it up and draws a very thin line. You can also calibrate the 'full' pressure in the driver so you don't need to press hard, though i haven't needed to. I wouldn't worry about people saying things like that.
The only real issue is the parallax, and lag. Coming from a wacom device, I didn't even know this was a thing. It took at least 20 calibrations to get the cursor to sit where I would think acceptable under the nib. Once you've got it sitting where you are happy with, it becomes tolerable and I have been able to transition fine.
The lag is harder to transition to. When you use a mouse on the screen, the lag isn't there, so it's something to do with the pen input. If you make quick strokes or just hover the pen over the screen and move really quickly, you can see the cursor will fall behind. if you make multiple quick strokes with the pen like hatching, you'll see a hook on the lines. This is because of the lag. The arrow is still catching up from the previous stroke so when you press down you actually start drawing out the return lag of the cursor. You just need to draw slightly slower to compensate.
Once i transitioned past these differences, I really love the tablet. This is coming from a Wacom 12ux. It probably helps I never used a 22HD. I would recommend this device for others considering the price makes it a very capable device.
PS: Photoshop 2017 will only work with this pen properly when set to compatibility mode windows 7. Took a while to work that one out.
- Easy to setup
- Sturdy and stable stand with multiple angle configurations
- Surface doesn't feel slippery (at least not compared to the iPad screen)
- You can really feel the 8000 levels of sensitivity
- More affordable than other brands with similar features
- Comes with an extra pen (nibs are quite durable too)
- Unlike the Wacom styluses, the XP-Pen stylus needs to be charged. However, this isn't a big deal because it charges so quickly, and lasts for ages. You can alternate between the 2 pens to have 100% work up-time.
- Noticeable parallax (about 2 to 3 millimetres?). After some testing, I think this is something I can become accustomed to after a few hours of usage.
- Doesn't come with DPI cables or DPI adaptors (though it does come with VGA and HDMI cables).
- The chunky design requires a lot of desk space. The workable screen is 22 inches, but the tablet as a whole feels more like 30 inches. If you have a small work-space, you'll have to pass on this model.
Drawing on the XP-Pen is the closest I've gotten to the feeling of drawing with pencil on paper. I think this is a good alternative to more expensive brands out there like Wacom. For reference, I got this on sale for $700 AUD all-up, which is pretty good considering my Wacom Intuos Pro had cost roughly $600. I was pretty dead set on getting a Cintiq but after discovering the XP-Pen and taking a chance, I couldn't be happier for saving myself $2000.
Conclusion: 8.5/10 - Great for the price. I would recommend this for people looking for an affordable and competitive mid-range alternative to more established brands out there. I have not had any issues with the device itself, and don't expect to.
P.S. Make sure your graphics card has enough display ports to support the XP-Pen, especially if you're already running multiple monitors.