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Best Drawing Tablet 2017 – Buyer’s Guide and Reviews
You will probably agree when I say, graphics tablet is a must have if you’re a digital artist. The
problem is, we have a plethora of models with different features and capabilities to choose
from, making deciding which one you need a hard task. In this Best drawing tablet 2017 list I’ll
try to make things easier for you.
The first thing you’ll have to decide when buying a drawing tablet is will you get a pad tablet or
a display tablet? Pad tablets translates your drawing to a computer screen, in a program like
adobe illustrator. On display tablets you see what you’re drawing, on the tablet itself. The
latter type seems like an obvious choice, but they are more expensive, while the first ones are
cheaper and can offer pretty creative functionalities.
There are many more factors to consider when buying draw tablets. How big will it be, will it
have customizable buttons, does it have high pressure sensitivities? Read about them in detail
in the Buyer’s guide at the end of the article.
Wacom CTL490DW is beautifully designed entry-level Best drawing tablet before you invest
hundreds of dollars in a professional-level drawing tablet. The screen is 10 x 6.25 inches, giving
you a sizeable surface area to draw. It has 4 customizable buttons and the drivers are as reliable
as with any Wacom drawing tablet. The pen you get is very light, simple and requires no
battery, making it easily replaceable and low maintenance.
With the Wacom Intuos Draw you get the ArtRage drawing software for free, but you can use it
with any popular drawing software. Unless you’re creating billboards or doing other
commercial work the 1024 levels of pressure will be enough for you.
On the negative side, its 8.25 x 6.7” size might be a bit too small for some of you, especially if
you have a large monitor (a small movement on the tablet is going to equal a significant
movement on the screen). The tablet lacks multi touch (the Wacom Intuos Art Pen and Touch is
basically the same tablet, but with multi-touch) and other goodies, like pen tilt or rotation.
The Wacom Intuos Draw CTL490DW has a low price, great design and is very reliable. This,
along with the free drawing software and tutorials makes it a perfect starting point for a
beginner and a great gift.