NEWS – In the digital age, where digital content replaces printed material at an ever-expanding rate, it only seems logical to draw with digital ink on a digital screen. The graphics tablet, which combines a tablet pen, tablet, and screen is one way digital drafting can become a reality. Last month, Huion introduced the KAMVAS Pro 22 graphics tablet; the successor to the powerful and versatile KAMVAS GT-221 Pro. The newer model adds a more responsive report rate (266PPS vs 233PPS), a battery-free electromagnetic resonance pen, and 100% fidelity of the sRGB color set. These features already included in the previous version include: 589 x 344 x 21mm dimensions, 4 kg weight, 20 customizable hard keys with a touch bar, 8192 levels of pen pressure, 5080 LPI of pen resolution, and 178° wide viewing angles. The surface of the tablet is a specially etched glass which is anti-glare and also provides a paper-like feeling. The size and weight permit this tablet to be used on a lap, but it also includes a stand that can be set from 20° to 80°. KAMVAS Pro 22 is compatible with both Windows (Windows 7 or later) and MacOS (MacOS 10.12 or later). It is also compatible with mainstream software like Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio, Toom Boom Harmony and many more. Being left-handed, I especially appreciate that the hard keys and touch buttons are symmetrically placed on each side of the screen. In addition to the graphics tablet and the pen, the package includes an HDMI cable, a USB cable, power adapter, pen holder, 10 pen nibs, nib clip, and adjustable stand. The retail price is $899.00. Visit https://www.huiontablet.com/all-products/presale-item/kamvas-gt-221-pro-v2.html for more information.
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