This is a review I put together for shotkit.com
I’ve always been a fan of Wacom tablets, but the models without displays never did it for me. Conversely, the models with displays were too expensive for the kind of use cases I had.
I’m not a heavy post-processor so my photo work tends to be light, but I love using a pen for cleaning up dust and skin.
I spent some time using my iPad with an application called Astropad. That worked well but there were a couple of little frustrations that bothered me.
When Wacom released the Wacom Cintiq 16 for a little over $600, I felt it was time to reconsider it.
The following experiences are based on a loan unit supplied by Wacom Australia.
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Or… You can get the XP-Pen Artist 15.6 pro https://www.xp-pen.com/product/65.html , which is also a 15.6″ 92% Adobe color gamut (120%srgb) drawing tablet. There are smaller ones out there for less as well.
I’m sure they are nice but they haven’t provided a review model for me to test