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Me gustó!! llevo días usandolo es tiene muy buena presición, en cuanto al Lag si cuenta pero es mínimo, la programación de los botones se me complicó un poco pero nada que unos minutos haciendo pruebas se entienda y se programen para distintos programas de Diseño y Modelado El único PERO que le encuentro es que no pude hacer que funcione solo con el cable USB-C, lo tengo que conectar tambien con el HDMI, pero no es algo que me afecte, aunque sería muy buena opción que se pueda usar con ese cable
I want to preface that I am not a professional artist, so there may be other quality factors about this tablet that I can't speak on. I enjoy this tablet immensely. I bought it because I wanted to mess around with other drawing software, and take a break from hunching over my ipad pro. I love that it comes with a built in adjustable stand, so I am able to set it up so that my back takes a lot less strain. It is quite a deal bigger than my ipad, which I like. It's nice to have all that extra screen real estate. The hotkeys and dials are one of the main reasons I picked this over the 22E (I think that's the right model), since I knew I wouldn't have enough room on my desk to use a tablet this size and also have my keyboard around for shortcuts. I was worried they would feel cheap but the buttons are surprisingly soft. The dials are fine too (quality is about expected), and they have a soft tactile click when you're spinning them. I love the pen. I don't ever have to charge it or change batteries which is such a huge relief. I've seen reviewers on Youtube complain about the weight of the pen, especially compared to the apple pencil but it doesn't bother me at all. I actually like the shape a lot better than the pencil, since it's wider towards the nib. Plus, XPPEN includes a bunch of extra replacement nibs AND a second pen, which I thought was a great value. The tablet was pretty easy to set up right out of the box. It comes with all the cables you would need, even though there are different ways you can plug it in to your computer. I used this with a dual monitor set up on a desktop (so the tablet was a 3rd monitor), and I did have to juggle my HDMI and Video ports so just FYI if you decide to use it the same way. I do notice that when I'm drawing that there are some... "rough" spots on the screen sometimes? it's a bit hard to explain. I'm pretty sure it's the screen and not the pen, but it essentially feels like when you have been writing with a pencil for a while, and then you turn it to the sharper end of the lead. If that makes sense. It's not bad, and it doesn't seem to be scratching the screen at all. I just noticed that drawing on certain spots of the screen feels smoother than others. It could be some variation in the matte protector screen that comes on the tablet.
Overall I would say this is absolutely worth it. I really couldn't see myself spending 1000s of dollars on a Wacom of the same size, and there are other quality factors included in the package that just make the purchase that much more of a value (screen protector, extra pen + nibs, built in stand). If anything changes I'll come back and edit this review.
Great product the drawing experience wasn't exactly the best but for what it's worth it's pretty good although I'd suggest getting a screen protector for it after a while the nibs tends to put scratches on the screen it's good for animation to if you're interested in it although I'd say the price is a little to much but overall it's a good display
I really love it I do. However the only problem I have with it is the color of it. It's hard to match the screens to know the exact color. For example Im using a light pink on the tablet it's bright. On the other monitor it's dark pink Something I have to adjust. But beyond that it's fine and easy I recommend high tables though
After running DisplayCal with my colorimeter to test the display and create a calibration profile, this display is absolutely gorgeous. I've worked with several brands ranging from Wacom to Yiynova and I have to say this tablet blows Yiynova's offerings out of the water. It's not quite on-par with Wacom's Cintiq line in terms of bells and whistles, but for the price this is an absolutely MAGNIFICENT alternative with spectacular color and sharp, clear images.
Can't find the color settings? If connected via HDMI, the in-depth color calibration for the screen is located in the driver software. If running a calibrator you may need to open the driver UI on your computer rather than making adjustments through the on-screen display (OSD) directly. The driver UI also allows you to adjust the display's brightness and contrast, so no OSD is needed at all during calibration.
I first deducted a star because of the factory-installed screen coating: There are several minute specs of dust underneath it causing tiny bubbles on the screen. They aren't enough to affect the screen's surface, but they are noticeable on close inspection and drove me crazy when applying the screen protector sold by XP-Pen as I kept thinking the tiny bubbles were flaws in *my* application.
EDIT: There is a second issue, however I didn't deduct a star because the problem is with the included P2A styli's calibration and NOT the tablet. Both P2A pens included with the tablet were calibrated incorrectly. By carefully popping the switch toggle out of the chassis, a small orange dial (the circuit board "tuner") is revealed. It required manual adjustment using a tiny flathead screwdriver to fix the tuning in such a way that BOTH pens would properly register pressure. This takes patience and a lot of trial and error as adjusting the tuner requires miniscule rotations of only a few degrees.
Nach ca. dreimonatiger Nutzungszeit bin ich sehr zufrieden mit dem Gerät. XP liefert Treiber für den Betrieb unter Linux. Damit lassen sich auch die Funktionstasten am Gerät nach eigenen Wünschen konfigurieren. Im Vergleich zum XP Artist 22E Pro, das ich vorher hatte, haben sich etliche Dinge verbessert wie etwa die Parallaxe, Blendfreiheit und Stiftbedienung.