Is there any way that you can bring in an actual artist to come in and dick around with the tablets with stylus support and give there thoughts? I keep trying to find artists who review these things, but i’m coming up blank, and because the only reason I want one of these is for a digital sketchbook, 200+$ is to much for me to waste on a “what if it works the way I want it to”.
Would be greatly appreciated if this was something you could do/do in the future with penable tablets.
I have both the Cintiq Pro 13″ and the XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro drawing tablet monitor . i like using both but definitely prefer my Cintiq – i can’t quite put a finger on it but it just feels so good to draw on.
That said, the XP-Pen 12 Pro is an amazing device. it has no touch features and there’s a bit or parallax when the pen is near the edge; but it gets the job done and an awesome alternative.
if you can afford a Cintiq Pro 13, I’d say get that. It’s under $600 most of the time. I see the price hover around 400-600 on ebay and amazon.
But the XP-Pen Artist Pro line ( https://www.xp-pen.com/series/Artist-display.html ) is worth the money too.