The Huion 1060 Plus vs Huion Giano WH1409 testing reveals that despite the similar pressure sensitivity the second device reacts to touch much faster than the first model. The screen is also much brighter, but the Huion 1060 Plus has no problems with the USB port in contradistinction to the Huion Giano WH1409.
The Huion Giano’s wiring system allows managing the wires via a single port on the rear device’s part. The Huion 1060 has all the needed plugs on the sides. Moreover, the Huion Giano WH1409 vs 1060 Plus collation demonstrates to me that devices have different buttons’ number (12 express keys versus 12 express keys and 16 soft keys). Many buttons are useful during the drawing process, save the progress, and do other procedures. The Huion 1060 Plus (3.2 pounds) is much lighter than the Huion Giano WH1409 (5 pounds), so it’s easy to compare their portable profitability just keeping in hand.
The Huion 1060 Plus vs Giano WH1409 comparison shows that the first model’s pen is adjustable and I can change its pressure or use it as a mouse. It has a great sensibility because I can draw the thinnest line even by hovering near the edge. The device also quickly reacts on the double tapping from the first time; I don’t have to do it twice, unlike the second unit. The Giano WH1409’s stylus has a very comfortable design but imperfect functionality because sometimes the pen stops working unpredictable.
Huion 1060 Plus
Huion Giano WH1409
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