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Huion KAMVAS Pro 16 Graphics Drawing Monitor Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure - 15.6 Inches
- Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus - Kamvas Pro 16 drawing tablet Monitor comes with 8192 levels of pen pressure with ±60 pen tilt support, allowing you to have advanced pen performance; Battery-free pen PW507, no longer need to worry about charging.
- 6 Press Keys and 1 Touch Bar - With 15.6 Inches IPS screen, not only save your time but also enhance your productivity; The weight of Kamvas Pro 16 is about 1.2KG and 11.5mm of thickness, only a little thicker than a mobile phone.
- 120% sRGB Color Gamut - This Drawing monitor provide you with richer colors and smoother transition between colors. Present 16.7 million colors vividly, which can greatly reduce the color difference.
- Full-laminated Anti-glare Glass - With Anti- glare Technology, it effectively reduces the glare damage to human eyes and shorten the distance between the pen nib and the cursor; Making you feel like drawing on paper and offer better drawing experience.
- Compatibility - KAMVAS Pro 16 is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS 10.12 or later; The new generation of portable adjustable stand coming with the package, which is light and convenient to carry, and also with a sleek look; Huion provides one year warranty.
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Richer Color Gamut
When you draw on KAMVAS Pro 16 Graphic Monitor, the parallax is close to none and the display effect is magnificent. 120% sRGB(=92%Adobe RGB=88%NTSC) color gamut shows 16.7 million colors vividly.
The combination of 6 press keys and 1 touch bar cannot only save your time but also enhance your productivity. You are free to set up your preference express keys.
Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus
Pen PW507 is a battery-free pen features 8192 pen pressure levels and tilt recognition. With the ergonomic design and the supple rubble grip, it is easy to hold, comfortable to use, and enjoyable for creating.
Kamvas Pro 16 drawing pen display is with ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition. You will have much more fun when drawing. Provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience.
Reduce Parallax to the Lowest Level
With Full-laminated Technology, it reduces parallax to the lowest level and makes your stylus more accurate. With Anti-glare Glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and better protecting your eyes.
Featuring a 15.6 inches IPS Screen, the weight of KAMVAS Pro 16 Pen Display is about 1.2KG and the thickness is 11.5mm, only a little thicker than a mobile phone. It is easy to put in your backpack and carry.
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Type-C port, no heat, donut-shape pen holder, 3-in-1 cable, anti–slip silicone strips, adjustable stand (optional),… We take care of it all for your convenience.
- Resolution: 1920 x 1080（16:9）
- Brightness: 220cd/m2
- Response Time: 25ms
- Gamut: 120% sRGB
- Display Color: 16.7M(8bit)
- Pen Resolution: 5080LPI
- Pressure Level: 8192Levels
- Sensing Height: 10mm
- Report Rate: 266PPS
- Viewing Angle: 89°/89°(H)/89°/89°(V)(Typ.)(CR＞10)
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
- Active Area: 344.16 x 193.59mm
- Dimension: 437.8 x 251.2 x 11.5mm
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Drawing with the tablet is very similar to the previous one, with the same great drawing features and sensitivity I have loved about the previous tablet. Pressure sensitivity is very smooth with almost infinite levels, pen angles are great and the hotkeys are really useful shortcuts to common features.
The screen is nice and large and a smooth surface. Due to the laminated screen, the pen is close with less follow up when the pen meets the screen compared to a glass screen where there is much greater distance. The battery-free technology in the pen means not having to replace a battery right when you are right in the middle of work.
The screen is very good quality running Full HD resolution and can be used as a second screen which can be very useful, not just in drawing applications. Watching movies the screen is clear and refreshes well.
After a few weeks testing the Huion Kamvas Pro 16 my artwork production time has lessened greatly. I'm able to get clearer detail. Using the scroll bar to zoom rather than buttons is a nice touch. The integrated screen makes it easy to see what you are drawing as you go, getting instant feedback.
I would recommend the Huion Kamvas Pro 16 to any artist wishing to upgrade to a larger tablet or integrated display. Huion has an amazing feature set and quality for the price.
When its connected to a Mac...it constantly gets disconnected. This happens every 10 to 20 minutes. I have tried it on 2 different brand new macbook pros and it still keeps happening. I dont know if its the huion software or not but its just not good at all.
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This is by far the best and the most comfortable experience that I ever had with a Huion tablet. I currently have the Kamvas GT-156HD v2 and I love it for what it is. It’s not perfect, but it works. I needed to develop a few workaround so that my workflow will not be affected by the little flaws that it had. With that said, the Kamvas Pro 16 is certainly a welcomed upgrade.
I was initially thinking of upgrading to the Wacom Cintiq 16. At $650, that’s an awesome deal for a Wacom product which has always been at the $1k mark for their pen displays. Huion always undercuts Wacom by a good amount that would allow budget-concious customers to question if Wacom is still worth it to get or just get this budget-friendly option. With that said, the Kamvas Pro 16 is a worthy contender. The display’s color is great out of the box. Tried to tweak it but I just made it worse for myself. The brightness and contrast is already good from the get go. I can always adjust the backlight if I need it to be brighter.
Best part I think is the stylus. It’s now BATTERY-FREE! No more forgetting to charge! I can just pick it up and work right away. Also, small strokes quickly registers now and doesnt clump like the GT156HDv2. I am not sure if it’s a driver issue, but I’m glad I don’t have to deal with it anymore. There’s still an accuracy issue, but I’m left-handed so it could be that. It also goes back to a default calibration at random. Only in photoshop though. It is probably because I turn off Windows Ink. Drawing and Painting on it is a treat. I would say it’s the most comparable to Wacom to date. Although the laminated screen is a bit on the smooth side, It’s not a deal breaker.
Another thing that impressed me is that Huion thought about the USB-C connector and made it “L” shaped so that it won’t stress out when tugged. It’s these tiny things that get the UX designer in me giddy.
If you have $500, what are you waiting for? You'll probably use this pen-display for a long time.
The colors on this display have also impressed, very accurate and the screen is matte so no glare (thank you!) oh and the controls on the side, amazing! The touch slider in particular is what’s most important here to me, I can use this to quickly change the size of my brush within photoshop. I am actually able to completely do away with my keyboard all together thanks to the side buttons. No more Ctrl Z lol.
If you travel a lot this thing will be your best friend, it’s ultra slim and the included stand folds up to match. Speaking of that stand it’s very nice, made out of aluminum and feels study and more importantly offers a bunch of different angles for drawing. I wish the stand was just a bit bigger but that’s a very minor complaint.
All in all if you’re on the fence like I was (due to the lack of reviews) don’t be! It’s a wonderful entryway into digital art! I would even go as far as to say this is even great for professional artists.
In the box
Comes nicely packaged with a heavy-duty black storage box which can be reused when storing the unit. Comes with one glove, a screen cloth, a three into one connector cord, and a pen with pen holder and extra nibs. This model comes with a foldable, adjustable easel, which is a plus, as not all drawing monitors ship with an easel. I found a setting which worked well for me, as I don't like to paint on a canvas which is perfectly horizontal.
For this test, I used an Acer Aspire E15 with 16gb ram using Windows 10, 64bit. I used Corel Painter 2019 and also Art Rage 5 and the tablet worked well with both paint programs.
The unit is quite thin, (just under half an inch) and lightweight, (it weighs a little over 2.5 lbs) so it could be considered “portable,” but keep in mind that it does need to be connected to a computer in order to function. One connector cord provides power to the display, while the other two connect to the computer. One of the two plugs into a USB port, and the other one plugs into the HDMI slot. Both of these slots are needed to make the monitor work. There is only one cable (power) attached to the Huion itself, and it is long enough to be tucked behind the screen and out of the way.
The 15.6 inch, 1920 x 1080p screen colors are rich and saturated—it is truly a beautiful display. The display is laminated, which helps reduce the parallax effect, thus making the pen strokes more accurate, since there is less room between the glass and the screen below it, compared to older displays. My sense is that the screen size is just right for the kind of painting I do which is mostly landscapes. It's not too small, and not so large that I have to move my hand across “miles of screen” to paint.
The 2-button stylus is battery free and has pressure sensitivity of 8192 levels. It is quite responsive, with very little lag. The specs indicate that the pen has tilt sensitivity up to around 60 degrees. I don't utilize pen tilt much in my digital painting technique, but I tried it briefly with an airbrush and it worked remarkably well. The stylus moves very smoothly across the surface, and it is a joy to hold and to work with. Plus, I don't ever have to worry about charging the stylus!
The drawing monitor comes with 6 express keys plus a touch bar in the middle, which should give plenty of options for those who like to use button shortcuts.
The latest drivers are much more robust than previous versions. After downloading them online, I was able to get up and running with a minimum amount of fuss, and over the past several weeks I have had no issues when starting up the drawing monitor. The monitor stays connected, even if I don't use it for long periods of time. This is as it should be, but not all drivers are the same: Last year, I returned a drawing monitor because it quit working if I left it for more than a few minutes. I spent more time troubleshooting and trying to get it to respond to the pens than I did actually painting with it. But that is not the case with this model. I can walk away for 30 minutes, pick up the pen, and continue working where I left off.
Finally, a well-made drawing monitor which has beautiful rich colors, a pen which feels like a natural extension of the hand, and sells at a price which won't destroy your budget! This drawing monitor has all the features I need to paint landscapes, and when I'm using it, I don't feel like I am fighting with the technology. In fact, I suspect that the Huion Pro 16 will satisfy all but the most meticulous digital painters!
I bought this tablet because it seemed to be a legitimate wacom alternative. And after using the kamvas pro 16 and using the pro 13 for months longer, I honestly believe it really is a good alternative.
The design is very sleek and it truly feels well made. I personally prefer its compact design over the wacom equivalent 16in product. Because the Kamvas pro’s design is similar to the iPad, it makes it quite easy to take it on the go at a coffee shop or something. It has a simple power source via a 3 in 1 cable.
Some of the major features I like about this tablet is that it has a high range of pressure sensitivity. The screen has really good rgb gamut range, and the glass feels pretty nice to draw on. And lastly Tilt functionality!!! I'm really glad to finally be able to use this feature on a more affordable tablet. If you set it up correctly in your digital art app like photoshop, you can really take advantage of a more intuitive drawing experience.
Huions driver for this tablet is pretty good and simple to use and are actually compatible with a lot of there other Huion products. A lot of the functions like switch brush, pressure curve, and express keys can be edited here. As for anyone who has Issues with the Huion’s Drivers. Keep this in mind: All brands (including Wacom) have issues through drivers. And in many cases these issues are actually caused by conflicts and bugs in settings on you PC or your software. If it is set up properly you won't have any problems getting to use the full capability of the tablet.
They also have good customer service. Keep in mind Their time zone is in China but they are very polite and willing to help.
With all that being said, I wish for only two things that would give this 6 stars:
1)It would be great to power the tablet via usb to pc so it wouldn’t have to be plugged into an outlet. This would make it even more portable!
2) I truly wished there was a way to customize the pen pressure curve by dragging its points in the driver settings as an alternative to the set levels that it has. This would make the drawing experience even better and give the artist more control over their stokes
I believe this is a great tablet and is a good investment for an Artist. It is a great price for this type of tool. It will literally pay you back in a project or two if you do work for clients or if not it is a great gift for anyone who has a passion for digital art.
You can check out my test video and some work I created with it in this review.
The pen feeling is okay, semi-smooth.
The screen has no glare at all.
You can definitely carry this (bag not included) without the included stand. The stand is quite heavy, solid metal.
The screen is huge. Its size and weight is satisfying.
Overall, very worth it.
For some background before I start my review, I’ve used Huion pen tablets before (Q11K), the more expensive W brand pen tablets, and the iPad pro with the Apple pencil. I do art as a hobby, as well as for commission. The program I use with the Kamvas Pro 16 is Clip Studio Paint Pro. What I mainly look for in my drawing tablets is ease of use, workability in smaller work spaces, and cost efficiency.
Pros (Not in any order):
1. Comes with accessories – Extra Nibs, Pen holder, Art glove, Stand, Stickers, Cleaning cloth…
2. Color Display was great; I didn’t have to adjust brightness, contrast, and hues too much to reach true to color.
3. Little to no parallax!
4. Very slim and light – great for travel and can be easily stored.
5. Driver installed must easier compared to Huion’s older tablets (just make sure to fully delete any previous tablet drivers).
7. 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity (I tried to show the range in the video).
8. 3-in-1 cable makes it much more organized for a smaller desk area like mine!
9. Shortcut keys were easy to set-up in conjunction with my program.
Cons (Not in any order):
1. Initially, the drawing surface feels slightly rough, BUT after 30 min – 1 hour use, the screen/pen tip smooths.
2. Occasionally during linework, the line will ball up near the end (indicating a possible lag or “skip”) – DO NOTE, this only happened to me twice in the 12 hours I was testing it for the first time.
3. Only 6 shortcut keys; not a big deal for me since I mainly use 2 max, but could be a con for other people.
Overall, I’m loving the Kamvas Pro 16! It’s the perfect size, where it gives you just the right amount of working space you need. When you have quality like this, especially for that lower price tag, you really have no need for the more expensive brands. The Kamvas Pro also comes in a smaller size for a lower price, which I think is great for someone who doesn’t need the larger working area.
If I notice anything concerning in the future, I’ll come back and edit this review. Below, I included a piece that I completed with this tablet!
To start off, the screen is beautiful. High resolution, bright enough without blinding (also brightness is adjustable), and just stunning quality all around. For use on a MacBook Pro, everything appears on a new desktop so you can have images and references on your laptop while drawing everything on your tablet using Photoshop or a similar software.
The pen is very smooth going across the screen, and highly reactive to touch and the pressure applied. There are two programmable buttons on the pen that are quite handy for quick use. Huion also provides a complementary pen holder including several pen nub replacements inside of it. I found this to be a very helpful way to store my pen and extra nubs.
Furthermore the tablet comes with this awesome stand that literally makes it a hundred times easier to use. I have included two pictures of it in its higher and lower settings, which I often switch between depending on my posture and angle.
As for wires, this tablet comes with a few. As pictured from left to right: there is a power port that the plug connects to, an HDMI cable that goes into your laptop, a USB that also goes into your laptop, and a USB C that plugs into the tablet. All cords are very sturdy and when plugged in correctly work fine. Also pictured is the plug which can be switched out depending on your country's plug type.
The buttons on the tablet are very easy to program. Simply use the Huion driver (called "HuionTablet") and go to the "Press Keys" tab. Once there, you can program each button as you would like. Furthermore the slider track pad works great as a quick way to scroll up and down across the screen.
Set up is generally very easy. Just plug everything into its proper place and follow the easy set up guide provided. For me, the only issue I ran into was that I couldn't initially get the pen to work. This was easily fixable in under a minute by going under System Preferences and to Accessibility and granted everything needed Accessibility. An easy fix and then the pen started working immediately!
Cord (3-in-1: Power, USB,HDMI)
Pen Holder with extra nibs
Set up was easy. I already own a Huion Kamvas GT-191 and GT Inspiroy H640P, so I didn’t have any issues. Make sure you follow Huion’s advice and uninstall any other drivers (Huion or other) before installing the drivers for this tablet.
Color is great. My Huion Kamvas GT-191 came out of the box a little blue and not very bright. I had to adjust it with a monitor color calibrator. Not this one. Right out of the box it was bright and the colors were comparable to my color-corrected HP monitor.
I think this size is perfect for crispness of images at 1920x1080. My Huion Kamvas GT-191 is a little less sharp than this, but that’s because it’s 19” at 1920x1080. It’s also a good size for drawing. I’ve tested it on Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Animate, and Clip Studio paint. There’s plenty of real estate for each of those programs. It’s also very thin and light, which makes it easy to move around on my desk and get it out of the way when I’m done using it. I’ve also brought it down into my lap when I lean back to draw - not good posture, but the tablet is so light, it works well drawing that way.
The pen is great because it’s battery-free. The pen for my Kamvas GT-191 needs to be plugged in every once in a while, so I had to have a spare pen charged so I didn’t have to stop drawing when the battery ran out. That doesn’t happen with this one. Every time you want to use it, it’s ready and it never runs out.
The drawing is excellent on the screen. There is no parallax and no line jitter. I tested a slow line at an angle without a ruler and there was very little jitter. That was due to little movements in my hand, because when I then tested it using a ruler, there was no jitter at all. The pen pressure is also great. There’s no line blowout not matter how hard you press the pen and it keeps steady pressure for any type of line you draw. I also like the texture of the screen. It has a little bit of tooth, kind of like you’re drawing on paper. It’s not exactly like paper, but it’s better than glossy screens where your pen just glides over the surface.
There are six plus a touch slider in the middle. I programmed all of them to work with each of the drawing programs I use. They worked well and are a huge time-saver. I prefer the express keys over using my keyboard. You do have to change them for every drawing program you use, which is unfortunate. That would be one thing I’d like to see Huion change about this and future tables with express keys - it’s a matter of updating their driver software, so it should be doable. I have a workaround for this, which is to make all of the keyboard shortcuts the same across all drawing programs - it’s a little bit of extra work, but the drawing programs will keep your changes so you only need to do it once.
Programs I’ve Used This With:
Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Animate CC, Clip Studio Paint, Blender 2.8, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Premiere Pro. It worked well with all of them. I’m using a Mac Mini 2012 i5 with 16gb of ram, so if it works on my old computer (with no lag or other issues), it should work on most others.
It’s light and has quite a few angles. I sometimes like to draw at almost a 90 degree angle, but this stand doesn’t do that. The tablet also doesn’t have any way to hook it up to a VESA arm. That’s the one thing I like better about my Kamvas GT-191 - it’s on an arm and I can tilt it into any position I want to draw in. That said, the angles it offers are good enough and don’t cause any issues with my wrist or back/neck while drawing.
This is a great tablet. It’s light, somewhat portable, draws well, the screen looks great, and works with all of the programs I use to draw/animate. The only things I wish it had are Vesa-mounting capabilities and the ability to have multiple drawing programs mapped to the express keys (so you don’t have to change them for every program). I should also say that I think the price is very reasonable for everything you get. This tablet is well worth it for anyone who wants to draw/animate digitally.
It's been a couple week since I reviewed this and I still love it. I've replace my GT-191 with this one even though it's smaller because I like having the express keys on the tablet and the images are more crisp. I've also attached it to a monitor arm (which was a minor negative in my initial review). There aren't any screw holes to mount it, but the tablet is so light that I was able to use velcro to attach it (see images).
I had the KAMVAS GT 156HD V2 before, and I felt a great upgrade on this one.
The pen is lighter and I don't feel any lag - I didn't feel bothered by having to charge the pen that came with the previous tablet - but feeling the weight of this one feels much better.
The parallax between the tip of the pen and cursor is almost none - and I am in love working with my new tablet.
Ah! Another thing that was already great on the previous one - but got improved is the look of it
the materials are great and feel resistent, and having it all black looks pretty
This is her second board from Huion, the first one was basic one that was a gift.
"This tablet is much more advance and easier to use. Installation and set up is not hard at all: I was intimidated at first, but It took me about an hour to set up and figure out the pressure pen.
I love to see everything I draw on the board. There are virtually no delay between pen and the board, so it is almost like drawing on paper only much more fun. So far I had no issues using the tablet with Photoshop and Krita. Attached picture is done with Photoshop. The screen is perfect and the colors look bright and alive.
The set has a Pen with many replaceable tips. Having an adjustable stand is also great as it seems I can manage my carpal tunnel better with readjusting position of the board.
The Digital art is relatively knew to me and this board is huge step up from the one I had before; quality of the art and all cool features are great."