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At the time of this review, the XP-Pen Artist 15. The pen is lightweight but not too light, and feels solid enough. The pen case is cylindrical so it rolls. 8x replacement nibs• 6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow. All the driver functionality work pretty well and are very convenient. currently offers pen displays in many sizes, from , and at prices more affordable compared to the Wacom Cintiqs. 6 Pro: Price At the time of writing, the XP-Pen Artist 15. The outer circle was drawn with the pen tiled to face outside and the darker edge is outside. The pen display travel has a lot of useful functionality. On the right side there are the power button, brightness control and a single USB type C port for the cable provided. 6 has eight built-in shortcut keys positioned down the side of the tablet, alongside the new red dial, which can be programmed to zoom in and out, alter brush sizes, and so on. 9 Comments Submitted by Merhaba on. You can screw off one side to reveal the pen, and the other side to reveal the eight replacement tips and the nib remover. The build quality feels solid. Medibang Paint Pro Mac works great too. The low levels of parallax are very similar to the Cintiq. It's a monitor so you need to connect it to a computer. The display is well cushion by soft foam inside. Each time you launch the software, the specific shortcuts will be called up. Anyway, those are affiliate links so if you buy through those links, I earn a little commission but at no extra cost to you. If you don't want to make these sacrifices, you're better off spending a bit extra and going for a Wacom. Photoshop Mac works well with pressure and tilt sensitivity. Not the two feet extension at the bottom that prevents the pen display from sliding off. So if you're in the market for a pen display, seriously consider this model. Photoshop works well with pressure and tilt sensitivity. 6 Pro seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Without Windows Ink, line quality is fantastic. Marvelously colorful with minimal visual distractions. Accessories are laid out very neatly. On the back there are two large pieces of rubber. 6 Pro is currently the best screen tablet alternative to Wacom Cintiq 16, if your budget is tight. 6 Pro has a lot of strengths, it's just hard not notice the lack of sensitivity with the stylus. You can also use the cap of the case as a pen stand. The speed is a bit too slow for me liking though. The display has an impressive gamut of 84 per cent of Adobe RGB, which is actually higher than the Cintiq 16, which has a gamut of around 75 per cent RGB. Artist glove• There is no way of attaching the stand to your tablet though. Colours will shift when you look at the screen from an angle, and when you have strong light source from the side or overhead, you can expect the white glaze from the anti-glare matte screen protector. This is certainly not a tablet. The stylus is battery-free and boasts 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity The stylus is battery-free and boasts 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, as well as 60 degrees of tilt functionality. 6 Pro isn't as good as the Cintiq when comparing its colour accuracy, overall build quality, feel of the surface, and line drawing quality. 6 and the iPad Pro is enormous, if all you need is a display tablet, this is a sensible way to save money; plus we expect the iPad to be rendered technologically obsolete years before a tablet will. This may not be a deal-breaker to all creatives, it depends on your drawing and and style. The pre-applied, and replaceable film cover's anti-glare properties reduce reflections considerably. 6 feels lighter than the Cintiq 16, which is a plus, but it also feels slightly less durable than the Cintiq 16. You need to connect the black one because that transmit the data and allows the pen display to be detected. When you take out the pen display for the first time, you are supposed to peel off the protective film for the screen protector. It's not as bright as typical computer or laptop monitors, but it's certainly bright enough for normal indoor use. It also comes with a protective film to help protect your screen and reduce glare, while the pen holder keeps your pen and pen nibs safe and doubles as a pen stand or pen holder. The resolution it supports is 1920 by 1080 which is good enough for a screen this size. Pressure and tilt works well with Krita Mac. It's nice to see a company seriously competing with Wacom. There are two shortcut buttons on the side but no eraser button on the back. However, the colour accuracy is good, but not perfect, so you'll need to use a colour calibrator to fix it to avoid your artwork's colours being inaccurate when printed. The other end that goes to the pen display is a USB type C port. The portable stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding as well as relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. It's conveniently sized, and so lightweight that it's very portable and easy to set up, even on a narrow desk. Glitches If you're using Windows and there are glitches, eg with Medibang Paint Pro as mentioned above, consider turning Windows Ink off or on to troubleshoot the problem. You can have the pen case stand vertically. Driver functionality The driver disc is not included so you have to download the display driver from XP-Pen's website. These are the things included:• That's very good colour reproduction and this screen suitable for editing photos, professional graphic design work or digital art. The screen is now more colour accurate, brighter, and has more physical shortcut buttons and a dial control. There are no mounting holes for mounting to a stand or a VESA mount. USB extension cable• If your USB port does not have enough power, you'll need to connect the red USB to another USB port, or to the wall power plug. The content of this site is copyright-protected and is the property of XPPEN Technology CO. 59 mm Thickness: 11mm thinnest) Weight: 4. It's thinner than most laptops. Other than that, I've not faced other issues on Windows. Sensitively Tilt, naturally display. But it does have certain issues that hold it back from dethroning its larger competitors. Clip Studio Paint Win works well with pressure. 6 Pro pen display is available on Amazon via the direct product links below: Due to currency and taxes, the prices may vary. It has large rubber pieces on the back to prevent slipping, and on the front to cushion the pen display. There are two full size USB type A and HDMI on one end. Heavy-handed artists may find that the screen distorts both when pressing down onto the screen, and on the edges if you're near them, but the majority of people will be fine. Performance is predictable and dependable. With Mac OS, the old Adobe Illustrator CS5 did not have pressure support. The screen uses an IPS panel so colour accuracy is quite good. Product Dimension 443 x 280 x 12. It's priced very competitively against other brands, and most importantly, it works really well. Considering that the XP-Pen Artist 15. Because of this thin factor, I have on numerous occasions thinking that this was a touchscreen it's not and tapped on it with my fingers but nothing happened. 6 doesn't have etched glass, the tablet surface is slippery, feeling more like a phone screen than paper. It's on the pricier end of the scale, but not without good cause. But let's find out why in detail. Conclusion Overall, drawing experience on the XP-Pen Artist 15. Dial Mode Switch allows you to switch between the different functionality you have set for the control dial. The previous model only had six expresskeys and no dial. It offers a good-quality screen, with low parallax, useful shortcut keys and a limited tilt functionality. 6 Pro: Alternatives If the XP-Pen Artist Pro doesn't quite have all the necessary attributes you look for in a drawing tablet, here are some great alternatives: The current gold standard for what you're looking for from a 'budget' display tablet. Puts optimized solutions right at your fingertips. The price is also higher, but not by much thankfully. 6 Pro: Pros and cons Even taking the criticisms mentioned into account, the XP-Pen Artist 15. A stand• It's a thin monitor that you have to connect to a computer in order to use it, and you need to provide power to it. Pen, case and stand• Artist 15. Because it's so thin, many people based on my past reviews of such products actually mistake such pen displays as portable battery powered tablets. 6 Pro: Display The XP-Pen Artist 15. You can assign Dial Mode Switch to the expresskeys I assign it to the button directly below the dial , and each time you press, there will be a label on the screen telling you which mode you are in. They've also included a functional stand. It's noticeable, but minor, and you'll get accustomed to it quickly. If your computer uses other graphics port, you will need to buy your own adapters. It can even be run from an external power bank, which adds to its portability. 6 has eight built-in shortcut keys alongside the new red dial The 15. 6 Pro Puts optimized solutions right at your fingertips Compared to the Artist 15. It really protects the pen in it. Data connection cable• Pressure and tilt sensitivity works well with Krita Win The circle on the right was drawn with a tilt brush. All these performance is similar to the other graphic apps I've tested. It also comes with a stand that provides a similar angle to the Cintiq 16's foldout legs. The new model has several improvements that addresses the downsides I mentioned with the previous model. Even when you don't compare it with the previous model, this pen display alone is a good deal. Things included The packaging design looks simple. If your USB port has sufficient power, you only need to use the black USB. Do no peel off the screen protector unless you want a glossy reflective screen. Design and build quality The XP-Pen Artist 15. With the tablet display settings, you can adjust the colour temperature, RGB, brightness and contrast, and flip the tablet 180 degrees if you're left handed. There are eight physical shortcut buttons or expresskeys and a dial control. By the way, the unit I have here is a review unit sponsored by XP-Pen. For Switch Monitor, when you are using dual monitor with extended desktop mode, you can press a button to switch your cursor from one screen to the other. You need to turn off Windows Ink in the driver to get Medibang Paint Pro Win working properly. The screen is capable of being extremely bright, and brightness can be conveniently adjusted by buttons on the side of the tablet. A pen display is actually a monitor that you can draw on. You got to install Wacom Intuos driver in addition to the XP-Pen driver to have pressure working. The two graphics ports you can use are HDMI and mini-DisplayPort via the adapter cable provided so your computer will need those. 6 Pro has an active drawing area on tablet of 15. The brightness has also improved. 6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow. Improvements over the previous models to the colour accuracy, brightness and having more expresskeys are welcome. And drawing and painting with it will feel slightly off to artists who work spend a lot of time working with finer details. Strokes are smooth and taper well. It is not powered by battery so it does not require charging. 6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. 6 Pro is a good looking pen display. With Windows Ink on, they were be stray strokes when drawing as I've circled in red above. Drawing performance Drawing performance is good on both Windows and Mac OS. About XP-PEN XP-PEN is a professional and reliable supplier of graphics tablets, pen display monitors, stylus pens, and more. However, if your computer can provide sufficient power through the USB port, you do not need to use the wall power plug. Our team is committed to endless innovation to bring illustrators, photographers, graphic designers, and other digital artists into the digital age with tools and technology to suit their individual needs. 6 comes with a free, anti-fowling glove, in case you're not a fan of the screen's texture. Viewing angles of this IPS screen isn't that good though. The lines came out just the way I want them to. Similarly, there is a noticeable amount of line jitter present, as well as line lag, which makes drawing smooth lines trickier. 6 Pro's USB connection cable allows you to both connect the display and draw power with the same cable, you don't need to attach it to an AC adapter. This pen supports tilt sensitivity and 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity. The design looks nice, and build quality feels sturdy. The price difference between the 15. Lines transition from thin to thick smoothly. 6 Pro's screen is laminated and bonded, which improves parallax reduction. Micro-fiber cleaning cloth The inclusion of various international pins for the power plug is a good move. Tags:• With Fine Detail Mode, when you press a button, the cursor will move extremely slowly allowing you fine control while drawing. But if you're after consistent line width, or smooth transitions between low and high opacity, it can be grating. Be careful not to let it roll off the table. You can create keyboard shortcut sets for specific software you use. The body is matte textured, and there's also a matte screen protector already applied. The pen case provided feels extremely solid. You can see my screen protector has some scuffles at the edges. 6 inches diagonally, which gives it a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080. This is the angle when the stand is propped up. The pressure sensitivity feels a little unresponsive too, with more initial activation force required than you'd expect to get fainter brushstrokes to appear. 6 Pro comes with a built-in stand, replaceable screen covers, a glove and a considerable number of spare nibs — all of which would cost extra with a Cintiq — the price is an attractive selling point. It's superb value for money, and we can foresee this being a great introductory drawing tablet for many. The is the second generation of the that I reviewed last year. The quality and performance of the Cintiq is superb, plus it supports every art-based app on desktop, and comes colour-calibrated out of the box. Even if you experiment with the Pressure Curve in the settings, it doesn't feel as natural and fluid as the Cintiq 16. While this product may look as thin as a tablet, it's not a tablet. The stylus comes with a hefty plastic pen holder that houses eight replacement nibs and will definitely keep your stylus safe while travelling, and the holder opens to become a pen stand. 6 Pro pen display• There are some caveats here; the tilt function doesn't feel as sensitive as the Cintiq's Pro Pen 2, and when being tilted, the alignment of the cursor goes askew, frustratingly offsetting the cursor from the nib of the stylus. The stand works, but the plastic feels slightly flimsy, and doesn't attach to the tablet, it simply rests on it. This will keep plenty of creatives happy, and productive. I measured a maximum of 210 nits. USB wall plug with four types of pins for different regions• Adopting full-laminated technology, the Artist 15. You will enjoy a more naturally familiar drawing experience than ever before. Adopting full-laminated technology, the Artist 15. You can assign specific keyboard shortcuts or pre-defined functionality to the expresskeys or control dial. Long gone are the days where only professionals could justify paying for a decent quality screen tablet. mini-DisplayPort to HDMI adapter• You get the best colours when viewing the pen display directly from the front. Fine Detail Mode is not available with the Mac OS driver. The inner circle was drawn with the pen vertically so the software could guess the angle and in this case have the darker edges towards the top left. So it's unlikely you will see colours shift from normal workflow but the anti-glare screen protector may affect colours depending on your lighting environment. Notice the USB ports are coloured black and red? The driver I'm using here are the Windows driver from 5 March 2019 and Mac driver from 27 Feb 2019. Both ends of the pen case have rubber to prevent slipping. Pressure sensitivity can be adjusted with a pressure curve, which allows for finer tweaks than a slider control. We leant down too heavily on the screen once, and it did tip sideways, but that was a one-off. With its lightweight screen, pressure and tilt sensitive, battery-free pen, the XP-Pen Artist 15. Performance of the pen display with the various graphics software on the Mac is essentially similar to that on Windows. It has a large rubber grip that's comfortable to hold. 6-inch screen is a good size to draw on. There's no jitter with slow diagonal lines.。 。 。

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