XP-Pen Artist22E Pen Display Graphic Monitor Ips Monitor Drawing Pen Tablet Dual Monitor
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- Draw, paint, edit, and design directly on the Artist 22E's smooth, tempered glass surface and experience a new standard of intuitiveness and efficiency. Our tablet displays are versatile and suitable for artists of any skill level or specialty
- The XP-Pen Artist 22E pen display improves upon the Artist 22HD's design with the addition of two sets of express keys—8 on the display's left side, and 8 on its right. This layout is optimized to comfortably suit both right and left-handed use
- Our 21.5 inch display features 1080p resolution with improved color accuracy and an extra-wide 178° viewing angle. 4 and 9-point calibration paired with 2048 pressure levels provides unprecedented accuracy and precision in your work
- The XP-Pen Artist 22E drawiong monitor's sturdy, ergonomically designed stand is slide-proof and will stay put through hours of use
- The XP-Pen Artist 22E graphic monitor is compatible with Windows Vista/7/8/8.1/10 and Mac OS 10.7 or above. Popular digital art software such as Adobe Photoshop, Corel painter, Manga Studio, Paint tool SAI, and more are supported
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- Product shipped to Australia in perfect condition 10 days after making payment (Inc 3 days for AUD to clear to USD).
- All express buttons work, are responsive and are able to be remapped.
- No dead pixels.
- Easy to set up, install & configure. No driver issues (a common complaint about the 22HD).
- Great pixel quality, contrast, depth of color & response time.
- Great level of pen sensitivity and accuracy.
- Pens charge quite fast and seem to last 50 hours+ (time used, so far...)
- Heaps of additional chords and accessories.
- Chord connections on the side, unlike the previous model meaning there is no bending and stressing on the chords or connections when angle is changed.
- Doubles perfectly as a second or third monitor for other general use.
- Sturdy build quality, easy to adjust stand, solid and responsive buttons.
- No DVI cable included. VGA is so outdated, I don't know why they include one of those in preference to DVI. Minor complaint.
- Static build up under screen protector when applying. Now this might be a case of where I live in Australia being humid as F#@K, but I'm yet to successfully apply the screen protector without static based rainbow artifacting appearing underneath it and moving sometimes on pen and hand pressure. Still haven't solved this issue, but I'll try again on the weekend. A minor complaint, but a complaint all the same.
- Going from max horizontal to max vertical seating, I'd recommend a pen tracking re-calibration due to the angle change. This is literally a 15 second process though, so once again, a very minor complaint.
- Shipped with incorrect power plug shape for Australia, but with all my old computer PSU chords, wasn't a big deal.
Overall this is an amazing tablet for the price - The pro's vastly outweigh the con's as the con's are only minor quality of life annoyances. I'm so glad I did my research on the previous model in order to cement risking giving this a go. I do not regret it at all :)
Will try and answer any questions people have when I get the chance too and possibly even do a Youtube review when life and work is not so hectic!
So much for a short review... heh.
When researching graphic pen displays, the XP-Pen Artist22HD kept coming up in the top 3 of the lists. Yet, I could find NO reviews by a photographer using it to edit photos. There are a ton of reviews by artists using it to draw. So I focused on XP-Pen. I read a lot of pros and cons, and I saw two constant complaints: No express keys and the location of the cable ports being on the bottom of the monitor. XP-Pen saw those complaints also, and they answered with the Artist22E; they moved the cable ports to the side of the monitor and they added 8 express keys (each side mirrors the other for lefty/righty use). Now THAT's a company listening to its customers!
I also read about another downside; the drivers. Not so much about the driver functionality, but difficulty getting them installed. XP-Pen's drivers don't play well with others. When installing the driver, the software will look for other drivers located on the computer and, if located, will alert you to uninstall them first. Well, I had owned a Wacom and a Huion previously, and had uninstalled everything. So this was quite frustrating, trying to locate the driver the software was seeing. With the help of customer support, I located it: wintab32.dll. You will probably have to boot up in safe-mode to delete it. But once you delete all instances of it (be careful not to delete it from the XP-Pen software installation directory), the installation software will run just fine. I would suggest to XP-Pen to have their driver installation software delete these files for us, prompt a reboot, then continue with the installation. Or at the very least, identify the file for us so that we know what to search for and delete. But where XP-Pen lacks in the minor driver issues, they more than make up for in their support.
At first, I tried calling the number on the website, but it doesn't work. I then emailed and got a reply with some steps to perform. But the most effective means was through Facebook. I joined their page and posted my issues. They were very responsive right in the thread! And even more so when we moved the conversation to messaging. They were able to walk me through the troubleshooting, post links for me to download files, etc. They stayed with me until they were sure that EVERYTHING was working properly (pen pressure, various software, icon in the system tray, etc).
This part is for all of you photographers: This pen display works great in Lightroom CC, Photoshop CC 2017 (the XP-Pen support team will need to give you a text file to save in the PS directory for the pen pressure to work properly, but such a quick fix!), Nik Collection plugins, & Portrait Pro 15! So if you're looking for a great alternative to the severely expensive Cintiq line, this is a great product. Though, let me say that this is a great product, period. It doesn't have to be mentioned in the same context as Wacom to define it's value.
Edit: Was contacted by the seller to replace the monitor. Communication as well as delivery on replacement was excellent. I shipped and they delivered all in less than a week! The new monitor is working flawlessly as described and am very happy to have the left side of the express keys working. After fiddling around for a few days, I have no complaints whatsoever.
I've used the 22 inch Wacom and so far there are only two benefits I can think that this monitor doesn't have: Pen tilt and more than 9 points of calibration. Other than that, the Xp-Pen 22E is on par in terms of quality, both in hardware and in function.