Monoprice MP1060-HA60 Graphic Drawing Tablet

August 8, 2013 - Comment

Unleash your inner artist with this Graphics Tablet from Monoprice! From the time we first grasped a crayon in our little hands, we have grown used to the use of the pen/pencil form for writing and drawing tasks. So, while a mouse can be used for simple drawing tasks, a graphics tablet with a pen

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Unleash your inner artist with this Graphics Tablet from Monoprice!

From the time we first grasped a crayon in our little hands, we have grown used to the use of the pen/pencil form for writing and drawing tasks. So, while a mouse can be used for simple drawing tasks, a graphics tablet with a pen stylus is a more natural and controllable input device.

This graphics tablet has a 10″ x 6.25″ drawing area in a widescreen 16:10 aspect ratio. It features 8 programmable hot keys on the left side of the tablet and 16 preprogrammed function keys around the edges of the drawing area. It boasts a 4000 LPI resolution, a 200 RPS report rate, and 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity on the pen, allowing you to produce light, wispy strokes, as well as heavy, bold strokes, depending on the pressure used.

The tablet includes device drivers for both Windows and Mac OSX. Bonus software, which provides pen functionality to Windows XP and Vista systems, is also included. Note that the bonus software is not compatible with Windows 7+ or Mac OSX.

The tablet connects to your PC or Mac using a USB 2.0 connection.

Product Features

  • Active Area 10″ x 6.25″
  • Resolution (LPI) 4000. Report rate (RPS) 200
  • Pressure Sensitivity 1024
  • USB Cable Length 53″

Comments

MALLIKA T MOHAN says:

Drawing tablet with 8 hot keys Review from User:This Monoprice tablet is the first graphic tablet I’ve ever owned. For a long time I was checking out the Wacom, and honestly, the only things about those tablets that had me interested was the fact that the pen is battery free and the whole `touch’ feature. But frankly, regardless of those two things, for a tablet of around the same size, Wacom just hurts your wallet too much. I mean, it’s like $170 for a Wacom Fun Tablet. The Monoprice may not have the touch or the battery-free pen, but for all the money you save on it (you save over $100), you can get by without the touch (because the pen easily replaces the mouse, eliminating the need for touch) and you can buy plenty of AAA batteries, or even buy useful software that you might want (like Photoshop or Adobe or whatever).They even send you a software suite to go along with the tablet. There are five programs in all:- Annotation for Word – which allows you to mark up documents like you…

Skittles "Im so happy I crap smiles" says:

AWESOME! I had the intuos 4 and while yes, it was great, it just wasn’t $350.00 great to me. So I returned it. I tried out the wacom bamboo and really really disliked it. The pressures and flow seemed more like a toy.Needless to say, this tablet is AWESOME! pressure sensitivity is great, the hotkeys are super handy. (if you do not like what they are programmed to you can change them easily also – I made my Msn = desktop)I agree with other reviews that the battery holder in the pen is kindof janky but I mean really, don’t bend it around and it seems like it will be fine. The pen is comfortable and very easy to adjust to.The only con about this tablet is the driver. When I first installed it the icon did not show up in the system tray. I had to unstall the driver and download it from [...] (which appears to be the company that actually manufactures these tablets.) and it works fine now.So, I am incredibly happy with my purchase and it is not just…

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