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Huion celebrates its 10th anniversary with new pen tablets for artists

new pen tablets for artists
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Huion unveiled three new renditions of the Inspiroy pen tablets – H420X, H580X and H610X – in celebration of the brand’s tenth anniversary. All three tablets are designed in such a way that artists find them convenient to use while drawing. These Inspiroy pen tablets for artists have a narrow palm rest area, rounded edges and low thickness allowing people to hold them comfortably. Its style guarantees that there is no hand pain even after using it for several hours. As these products have been released for Huion’s tenth anniversary, these tablets feature the best input technology found in the brand’s previous models. They also have some brand new and improved features making these tablets up-to-trend. 

new pen tablets for artists
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Similar to Huion’s previous line of tablets, the new ones also boast an ultra-modern technology that takes digital drawing to a whole new level. The three models come in different dimensions.

H420X – new pen tablets for artists

The smallest of all – the H420X is 7 millimetres thin and weighs 105 grams. It features the latest batteryless electromagnetic resonance technology (EMT). With an increased report rate of 300PPS, each pen movement is reflected quickly by the tablet. Moreover, the device’s pressure sensitivity is excellent with 8192 levels ensuring that every line drawn looks vivid. 

This pen tablet can be used with laptops as well as smartphones and other devices which can be connected using C type cable. Whether using the gadget while travelling or at a workstation, it is a practical option. Best of all, the pen tablet can be operated in four different angles including 0 degrees, 90 degrees, 180 degrees and 270 degrees. Therefore, whether right-handed or left-handed, it is feasible to work with. It is priced at 24.99 USD excluding shipping cost. As part of the presale offer, the H420X pen tablet will come with ten free pen nibs until May 12, 2021.

new pen tablets for artists
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H580X model

The next model is the H580X which is the medium-sized one and is 8 millimetres thick and weighs 343 grams. It is the most stylish and sleekest one. The area of the device comprises the workspace that takes up nearly 75 per cent and the eight press keys that are on the left side. Each key is programmed with a different function. That way when the person using the gadget wants to do a specific task continuously all that they have to do is press on the particular button repeatedly. In addition to it, the screen is topped with a paper-like surface allowing for a user experience that feels like writing or drawing on paper rather than a tablet. To add to it, this model has a report rate that is more than 200PPS. This means each stroke is outputted on the screen without any lagging. 

The stylus pen that accompanies this model is Huion’s very own PW100 stylus pen which is known for its grip and smooth flow. This digital pen has tilt support of approximately 60 degrees It is perfect for artists who give special attention to detail. Just like the H420X, this one also has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity ensuring that each line looks exactly like the artist desires it to be. This version can also be used with laptops and smartphones via a USB-C port. With this cable rendering a reverse connection, the symmetric port comes in handy to connect facing upwards or downwards. Be it for professional use or creating sketches as a hobby, the H580X model is a go-to. It is priced at 49.99 USD plus shipping charges and comes with ten free pen nibs too until the pre-sale period ending on May 12, 2021. 

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H610X new pen tablet

The biggest of all the new models is the H610X with many specifications that are seen in the H580X rendition. It is 8 millimetres thick and despite its large size, it weighs only 515 grams and is light to carry. It has a better working space to the pen tablet area ratio. The workspace takes up 77 per cent of the device’s area. It also has eight programmable keys and each button lets users do a particular task with just a single press. Just like the H580X, this version also boasts a pen-on-paper experience and comes with a PW100 stylus pen. It costs 69.99 USD excluding shipping charges. Until the pre-sale offer period, the buyer gets ten free ten nibs with this model too.

new pen tablets for artists
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Although these new tablets are referred to as Inspiroy pen tablets for artists, the device is actually suitable for other purposes like taking notes during online classes. Given the tablets’ affordable price range and enhanced specifications, these tablets are a great device to invest in. They are compatible with Android, macOS, ChromeOS and Windows. The pen tablets can be used along with different software including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, SAI, Painter, GIMP, Clip Studio, Krita and Huion switch. 

Describing these new pen tablets for artists, Huion’s product officer Leo said in a press release that “these special edition pen tablets greatly represent the original aspiration of Huion.” He also added that these tablets are “powered by Huion self-developed handwriting reproducing technology and strict exterior design, the overall quality of these entry-level products were brought to a new level. As a professional supplier of handwriting input devices, Huion will remain steadfast in the mission to create and explore more exceptional products to empower every artist around the world to achieve more.”

Written by Renuka Kennedy

Renuka Kennedy is a journalist and freelance writer. She covers topics including fashion, art, entertainment, technology, luxury and lifestyle features. She has experience working for the digital teams of different publications. She is familiar with writing SEO friendly content. Her works have appeared in #legend, Gafencu, Screen Rant and Republic World. As a journalist, she likes to tell engaging stories. She is particularly passionate about covering sustainability in fashion. She is from Chennai, India and holds a BA in English degree from Stella Maris. She also graduated from The University of Hong Kong with a Masters of Journalism degree.