Saturday, June 20, 2020

Product Review: Huion HS64 Review and The Best and Affordable Drawing Tablets for Filipino Artist

Huion HS64 Digital Graphics Tablets OSU! Drawing Tablet with 8192 Battery-Free Stylus and 4 Express Keys, Ideal Use for Distance Education and Wed Conference

I've been looking for the best drawing tablet suitable for my needs.

A tablet that I can bring anywhere, will give me the ability to draw on a laptop, PC, and my android phone.

You probably know that the digital era has brought with its devices that make this activity so much more efficient.

Regardless of your motivation, drawing can help you make a living out of an activity that you truly like, it helps you express yourself in a creative way and brings a lot of health benefits such as improved memory, problem-solving skills and an increase in emotional intelligence.

Originally, I would like to own a Graphic Drawing Pen Display Tablet like this NEW Model: Wacom One 13.3 INCHES (DTC-133) Graphic Drawing Pen Display Tablet.

However, further research made me change my mind considering the price. Well, you only need a hefty ₱21,990.00 to buy this kind. Mind you, some of the products I have checked costs a lot more.

As of now, I cannot afford this yet. Let's look for the economical, affordable, and the one that delivers the kind of service I am looking for.

Besides, it's just for my hobby. If you could check my account on Instagram, you would know that I am really fond of drawing.

I also have a YouTube channel dedicated to this alone. I deserve to give myself a drawing tablet, right?

Of course, I can draw from paper obviously but having to live in a small apartment, well we must commit to a paperless environment. It will just add to the clutter.

Also, art supplies are expensive. In the long run, you will save more if you will just use your tablet for drawing. It's really portable also, you can draw when you are in the office or on a vacation.

Thanks that there is a Huion HS64 Digital Graphics Tablet, I can now afford my dream of drawing digital.

Here's my review of this tablet, later in this blog we'll talk about the best of the best to those who can afford and the alternatives should you want a choice of another tablet.

Image by Aleks Makowski from Pixabay

Type: Pen Display
Weight: 258 g

One of the main features of this drawing tablet is its ability to not just connect to a computer but also to an Android device. Working on the go is easier and not carrying a laptop around will not be a problem.

HS64 drawing tablet supports Android phone /tablet connection, it means that you can use a graphic tablet to draw even if you do not have a PC/laptop because you can connect the graphic tablet to an Android phone/tablet.

I am an Android device user because I found it User-Friendly. This mobile device is compatible with Windows 7 or above /Mac OS 10.12 or above/ Android 6.0 or above( NOT suitable for IPhone/IPad)

The stylus that comes with it is light and easy to hold with a grip that is soft and doesn't feel slippery. It also has an impressive 8192 pressure levels, a very good deal for its price.

Compatible with most of drawing softwares such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Corel painter, Comic studio, Manga Studio, Clip Studio etc.

If you are just starting out, it's a good entry-level option considering its price and its features.

As I said, I am just planning to buy this since it's the very affordable Pen Display Tablet I can find at the lowest price of Php 1,750 in Shoppee or Php 1,996 in Lazada. You can buy one on Amazon also just click on the link or simply use the links here for you to browse through the products.

Once I have settled all of my bills, this is one of my priorities. I have seen reviews about this especially on Shoppee and so far, it was rated as 4.9 - 5/5.

You must always read reviews and compare prices for a wise purchase.

Image by Niklas Patzig from Pixabay

Now, if don't like Huion HS64  here are the alternatives:

But if money is not an issue with you, you can consider these top five products below. Based on the reviews these are the best drawing tablets you can find:

#1. New Apple iPad Pro (11-inch, Wi-Fi, 256GB) - Space Gray (2nd Generation)

#2. XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Monitor Pen Display Graphic Monitor Full-Laminated Graphic Tablet Display with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB) Pen

#3. Wacom Cintiq 22 Drawing Tablet with HD Screen, Graphic Monitor, 8192 Pressure-Levels (DTK2260K0A) 2019 Version

#4. Microsoft Surface Book 2 15" (Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 512 GB)

#5. GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys

I can say it's the best because I personally would like to own one of them someday :-). They combine the ability to run graphically intensive programs, have sophisticated levels of screen sensitivity, are lightweight, and have the battery life to be called truly portable.

A truly portable drawing tablet for me is when you’re going to end up drawing on the screen and be able to carry them along with you anywhere. Perfect for travel!

I'd like the freedom of drawing during my one-hour lunchtime at work or whenever I am traveling for a vacation. All of these tablets above have these capabilities you would truly enjoy, 'yan ay kung ayaw mong himatayin sa presyo, lol! 

Might as well, sa Huion HS64 Digital Graphics Tablet ka na muna 😁

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