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Author Topic: Xp-Pen tablets  (Read 5843 times)
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« on: March 24, 2017, 01:53:36 PM »

Anyone here had experience using these tablets, I think they are a rebranded Bosto or Huion, talking about their 22 inch model

I considered them a while back,  I found 1 in 10 youtubers reviewing the 22hd mentioned the pen tilt/rotation support (or lack of) in passing (deal breaker for me) and not a lot of examples with long hours or constant use & how the drivers act, should be more feedback on this product during the year. Apart from that they look ok for hobbyist.

On the plus side they do use a modern IPS screen and sell a bunch of handy accessories for screen tablet users (gloves etc). I'd love to see a teardown of one of these or see some frankenstien project testing a wacom behind one of their screens to see if it jitters :-P
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« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2017, 05:17:45 PM »

Hey dpaint,

I've got the Ugee 2150, which is the same model (final proof for me was that I can use the XP-Pen driver all the same, also the xp-pen driver is marked as from "Gangzhou Ugee"...).

No pen tilt detection.

Very nice screen.

Driver is fickle - seems to work well with the Windows (7 Pro 64-Bit) included screen driver, but has some offset with the AMD (catalyst/crimson) driver. Made me despair the first time, by know I am 99% to a (for me) workable setup, so I am sticking with it.

Any further specific question, ask away.
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