1. Sunny_lovely

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    I am looking for a new tablet under/around $200 for digital painting/sketching
    Which one would be the best?
    I use Corel painter
     
  2. Walker D

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    I have a Intuos 5 Medium and I'm happy with it.. ...the price was kinda hard to swallow back in the day though..


    but on that price range, there's only two ways to go imo:

    Get a Wacom Bamboo, or a Huion Tablet



    if you search for blogs that review the latest Huion Tablets (like this one), or videos of how precise the lines are with them, you'll see that they are actually really good. I don't search much about it myself cause it makes me feel bad for having payed the amount I did for a Intuos 5 :P
     
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    Wow, Macro SD card support :P That's some future shit right there.
    Jokes aside, that almost looks too good to be true. For the longest time Wacom has been the only graphics tablet brand worth considering, but that one is just ridiculously cheap.
     
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    Yup.. ..it looks like so indeed. That's all due to Wacom themselves.. ..they have products that are actually crazily overpriced. We unfortunately got used to think that Wacom's price is the norm.

    ..and only when other companies develop similar technologies, that we actually wake-up for this.


    The good part is that this Huion Tablets are reviewed by a bunch of real Artists all around the web.. You can search for videos and article's reviews. And that's the best way to believe that this is actually a real thing :P
     
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    well i had one with wacom digitizer the asus vivotab
     
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    I have a Monoprice 10x6.25, it's pretty good. Though Monoprice tablets are just a rebranding of Huion, so I believe you can use the same drivers and such. With that in mind, just get Huion because Monoprice hasn't been really active in the drawing tablet market, even a $999 tablet on Huion is a better deal than a 13 inch you get from Wacom for the same price. There are also other brands such as Yiynova, that has been received well. But I'd go with Huion, reason why I don't have a Huion personally is because I bought this Monoprice before I learned about Huion. I'd recommend the Huion H610 Pro.
     
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    Good thing, I have already decided to buy huion h610 pro ^_^
    thank you for the assurance
     
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