Jun 03, 2020
This Huion H420 review will reveal some details about one of the cheapest yet solid drawing tablets on the market. This model has a small working area, being designed mainly for beginners and kids th...Read More
The Huion H420 vs XP-Pen OSU G430 comparison demonstrates to me the great difference in resolutions. The first one has 4000 lpi, and the second one – 5080 lpi. Moreover, Chinese product (Huion H420) presents to me a multitouch function, while the Japanese device (XP-Pen OSU G430) isn’t able to handle multiple touches and reproduce the desirable picture on the screen.
I start to compare the XP-Pen OSU G430 vs Huion H420 and understand that the Chinese manufacturers supplement the unit with 3 buttons, which can close or save the current page. Japanese makers added on the front side just a charging indicator, without attached buttons. The Huion’s corps is performed only in a black color, while XP-Pen is presented to the market in multicolor variations (black and white).
I am shocked to see the USB-ports absence in OSU G430. The H420 has 1, and it is very comfortable to connect the device to the PC and perform the installation process. I also pay attention to one important thing: it is much easier to use the working surface of OSU G430. The H420’s screen is a little bit slow down.
Both devices have very stylish styluses, but Huion H420 has an additional rubber inserting for drawing comfort. The XP-Pen OSU G430 doesn’t have such a feature so the process of using seems to be inconvenient. The Huion’s pen has only one AAA battery, while the G430’s pen doesn’t require a battery at all. This is a very useful peculiarity that eliminates the need to take care of periodic charging.
XP-Pen OSU G430
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