Jun 03, 2020
The Huion H610 Pro review is dedicated to the model, designed for professional use. It has an extensive drawing surface which makes it a convenient solution for small and large projects. Despite this...Read More
The two options for sensitive professional digital drawing present the alternatives in price, size, technology, and design - Huion H610 Pro vs XP-Pen Artist22. They have the same pressure sensitivity level; yet, Huion H610 Pro register well even at the medium level. Meanwhile, the XP Pen Artist22 requires more pressure, but fiddling with settings might help with it. Resolution of XP Pen Artist22 is higher, while both devices provide for the perfect HD quality.
Both tablets have handy buttons for performing additional functions. Huion H610 Pro also has the immediate Express keys for quick switching to the mouse mode. XP Pen Artist22 has a perfect parallax with its built-in screen, providing for the direct drawing. To compare, Huion H610 Pro works through the monitor, while its surface-pen interaction is very responsive and touchy, similar to the natural drawing on paper.
The plastic of XP Pen Artist22 feels cheap for the price versus Huion H610, which is rather sturdy.
The XP Pen Artist22 stylus has a cone-like nib form, while Huion H610 Pro features a bulky stylus ending. Charging the pens takes time on both devices, while XP Pen Artist22 present an additional pen to use. Both pens have assistance buttons, but I would prefer to have an eraser one on Huion H610 Pro as well.
Huion H610 Pro
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