This tablet has absolutely blown me away, and taught me a very valuable lesson that “You get what you pay for” is not always the case. At a third of the cost as the Wacom’s top of the line 22HD of the same size, you are getting arguably the same quality hardware but for WAY less the cost. Not only that, the UG2150 has a certain elegance aesthetically that I appreciate in my work space; I want an environment that can influence creativity and it may just be me being nitpicky, but I expect the same of the tools I use to create.
This monitor is so sleek and simple, yet so powerful and robust! I’ve owned and used many Wacom tablets including their 13HD and 22HD, I honestly see no difference in my uses at all. With Wacom, the only thing you would be paying more for at this point would be their brand name on the front of the bezel.
Price Point: $609.99 on Amazon
Full specs below.
- You get a massive work space that really helps to add that last bit of fine detail to your project
- The price is absolutely unbeatable
- You get 2 rechargeable pens included along with 8 additional nibs for 10 total, a drawing glove (Something I never knew I needed but now can’t live without), a screen protector, and all the cables needed to start using it right away
- The adjustable stand is very sturdy and can be easily adjusted with one hand in seconds. Grips on the legs prevent sliding all over the place. Big range of travel from near totally flat to almost entirely vertical.
- Can be VESA mounted to an ergonomic swing arm for more flexibility
- Pressure sensitivity range is phenomenal and gives you a great control over line work and detail
- Pen travels across the screen feels smooth as silk
- I Would’ve liked to see some USB ports on the side to charge up the pens straight from the tablet, but double sided tape and a USB hub mounted to the back can do just that for me
- A protective case for the pens would be a great addition, but I plan on 3D printing one anyways
As a digital content creator, do you really want to break the bank on a name plate when you could buy this monitor that performs just as well and put that saved money to a better use? I’ve used a lot of drawing tablets, with and without a screen. I wholeheartedly recommend this one in particular. You don’t have to be a starving artist, buy the tools you need for a price that wont condemn you to a year of Ramen noodles for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Screen Size: 21.5 inches
Display Area: 476.64 x 268.11mm
Display Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels
Response Time: 14ms
Pixel Pitch: 0.24825(H)x0.24825(V)mm
Support Color: 16.7M
Backlight Unit: Lower side 1-LED light bar type Brightness: 250cd/m2
Viewing Angle: -80°~80°(H) -80°~80°(V)
Power Consumption: 18.49W
Power Source: AC100~240V universal
Interface Support: DC power in, VGA 15-pin, D-sub input, DVI input, HDMI input, USB port 1.1
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 Level
Reading Height: 15mm
Report Rate: 220 reports/per second
1×UG2150 pen tablet monitor
2×Drawing pen P50S
1×Pen holder(8 Tips and One Remove Ring inside)
2×Pen charging lines
1×Driver installation CD
1×10 pen nibs