Artist's Necessities Reviews; Gaomon PD2200 display tablet
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As an artist, there is a time when you start to think you need to upgrade.
From drawing on paper to drawing digitally, and when you start to look into the equipment needed you might get overwhelmed by options available.
Sorting through digital tablets can be a nightmare, and there are a few questions you need to answer before you buy your first drawing tablet. HERE you can read all about it, and also see my 6 TOP digital drawing tablets for beginner artists on a budget.
But today we’ll be looking at a special drawing tablet that has caught my eye recently. It is big enough to draw, has all the features I’m looking for and is somewhat friendly on the wallet.
So, what is this magnificent drawing tablet I’m talking about?
It is the largest ever pen display tablet with Gaomon, it has a 21,5-inch panel and a sufficient working space which enables you to make your art projects and presentations look highly professional.
This awesome drawing tablet has over 16 million display colors with a screen resolution of 1920*1080 giving you the best user experience for the right budget.
It has a fully laminated display which allows you a 178° viewing angle without glare. Isn’t that the most beautiful thing you’ve ever heard – NO GLARE.
The tablet has short keys on the side to make your workflow easier and faster. There are 8 programable touch keys that allow you to set your own shortcuts, commands, and tools so that you can focus your time on creating magnificent art.
This tablet comes with an adjustable stand that has a moveable foundation to help you find your ideal angle of work. This thing saves you money because separate mounts can be tedious to set up and also not so budget-friendly. In this case, you don’t need a separate stand because the tablet comes with its own highly durable stand.
With the tablet, you also get a stylus. This bad
boy will not disappoint. It has a 60° tilt support which allows you to add shading more easily and 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity that can capture every subtle pressure you have put on the digital pen. It is very lightweight because it is battery-free which also allows you to draw for longer periods of time without worrying if you’ll run out of battery before you finish your art piece.
Having said all that technical stuff what, we are most curious about is, will it work with our art programs?
Needless to say, Gaomon PD2200 is compatible with both macOS and Windows, supporting various mainstream drawing and designing software.
You can also use it with Zoom, Skype, Twitch, Google Meeting, Usacity, Microsoft Team, KHAN, Skillshare, YouTube, Facebook, DingTalk, Udemy, Scribbler, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Photoshop, SAI 2, Illustrator, Krita, FireAlpaca, Gimp, SketchBookPro, MediBang Paint Pro, etc.
This drawing tablet is as good as the big rollers but with the price you can afford.
You get the same quality of software for half the price and the customer review ratings are 4,6 out of 5 stars on Amazon which in my opinion is not bad at all.