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Graphic tablets


I always adored Wacom Company for their products, since i bought by Intuos 4.
However Wacom's tablets are pretty expensive, so beginners don't really want to invest so much money.
That's how I came up with an important question (mostly for digital painters) what are the best alternatives for Wacom tablets?

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Most likely the Samsung tablets with pens.

I'm finding many artists turn up their noses at old style tablets and want to paint right on the screen so you have the Samsungs with the pens and the Microsoft Surface line.

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There's a Lenovo up for sale
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Wacom tablets are best one
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XP-Pen may also can meet your requirements

I use XP-Pen Artist15.6 . It was very cheap and a decent work space size. I'm as happy with it as I was with my much more expensive intuos. In my experience, it's all about the pen pressure sensitivity, the button options and the workspace size. If your happy with those, you'll be happy with the tablet.

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