Monoprice 12" x 9" Graphics Drawing Tablet
Monoprice 12" x 9" Graphics Drawing Tablet
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The 12 x 9 inch Monoprice Graphics Tablet is a high quality option for use with multiple software platforms, as well as basic computer navigation. Users can replace a mouse with a graphics tablet to reduce Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI), artists can bring their work directly to the computer for refined illustration or touch-ups, and those who regularly write can opt for a more natural browsing experience with the Monoprice Tablet Read More

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nickdrat
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Oct 20, 2015
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How does it work on a Mac? Driver issues?
Oct 20, 2015
Easterhands
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Sep 4, 2015
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I have a tablet with the same digitizer as this, here's what I can say about it.
As far as feel and usability It feels better than the Wacom stuff I've used. Great tracking and pressure curve. A key difference is that the pen detects the pressure vs the surface, so imo it feels more natural. Consequently, the pen takes a battery though.
BUT its weakness is the drivers, they are much less versatile than Wacoms and some people have problems with them. I don't have issues other than mine didn't work with a certain mouse driver I had. I use a different mouse and it's fine, but you have to be on your toes about things like that. I do recommend having both the UC Logic drivers and the Wacom drivers installed, the Wacom drivers seem to help programs know you're intending on using a tablet, wheres the UC Logic drivers alone don't always seem to communicate that very well.
Sep 4, 2015
Mumz
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Sep 1, 2015
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ive recently gotten into just doodling and cartooning and ive been looking for a drawing tablet, would this be a good tablet for a beginner?
Sep 1, 2015
JustAPoring
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Aug 26, 2015
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Too bad it is not available outside the US... :-(
Aug 26, 2015
susruth
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Aug 25, 2015
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the monoprice graphics tablets are great for drawing and other intentions but do be aware that the graphic tablet does meet your screen resolution.
Aug 25, 2015
JustBad2
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Aug 25, 2015
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This can be bought from Monoprice's official store for $88 including standard shipping using promo code HOT15, btw.
Aug 25, 2015
QueenB4
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Aug 24, 2015
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I bought this last time it was offered and it works quite well.
Aug 24, 2015
Sarge852
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Aug 24, 2015
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Does this ship to Australia? Its defaulting to shipping to US for me.
Aug 24, 2015
Yirg
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Aug 24, 2015
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Same price as Wacom Intuos Pen and Touch Small Tablet. Any pros and cons?
Aug 24, 2015
BlueberryBear
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Aug 24, 2015
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The active area is way bigger on the Monoprice tablet (~2x the Intuos Pen and Touch Medium, for less than half the price), but the online reviews are pretty mixed (~50% "OMG it's so good!"; ~50% "It doesn't work/is glitchy/etc.").
I don't have one though (Monoprice tablet), so I'd like to hear more from people who have one and see what they think.
((Periodically edited for typos, etc.))
Aug 24, 2015
Alidan
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Aug 25, 2015
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monoprice uses uc logic as their digitizer, which is as good and depending on preference better than wacom intuos pro line for a fraction of the price (do you want/use pen tilt, which is almost always no). however there are issues that come into play when drivers are concerned, and that is some people have a clean, nothing is wrong and it works experience, some people have a nightmare getting it to work.
if you have used a computer with win 95 or win 98 its likely you can solve the issues without contacting them about it at all... but just know windows tablet drivers and the uc logic ones conflict all the time and for some reason i can't turn windows internal off all the way for some reason.
now, the question you should be asking, is this tablet worth the price? its a large drawing area tablet, and not everyone finds the large space comfortable as there is a fairly large disconnect between what you see on the monitor and what you do with your hand. i personally can not draw on a tablet, however photo work and painting, its a godsend, if its up to me, i would take the medium (huion 610pro or the smaller monoprice) over this, but im also in the market for a penable display because the disconnect isnt really there when you draw on the monitors themselves.
well... the long and short is, wacom small is a piece of crap that is to small by damn near everyone's definition, and is over priced to boot. this will serve you well if you look up how to deal with uc logic based tablets before even plugging it in.
Aug 25, 2015