A graphics tablet is a useful tool when it comes to creative work: design, illustration, image editing and modeling are just a few of the uses. However, a professional graphics tablet can quickly cost a lot of money – not necessarily a worthwhile investment, especially for hobbyists, because good graphics tablets with enough features are available at an acceptable price. A practical side effect: Graphics tablets with displays can also be used simply as a mobile second monitor.
What to look out for when buying a graphics tablet:
- Resolution: The higher the resolution, the better you can see the details in your drawings.
- Pressure Sensitivity: You can use pressure sensitivity to vary the depth of your stroke, among other things.
- Tracking Speed: Here you should pay close attention to the input lag. If this is too high, drawing quickly becomes no longer fun.
- display size: Bigger is not always better here. The main thing here is what you want to use the tablet for, whether it should still be mobile and you might also want to use it as a second monitor.
We have four recommended ones for you Graphics tablets with displays for beginners picked out.