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Huion Giano Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 13.8-by-8.6 Inch Huge Work Surface and 8GB MicroSD Card - WH1409
- Gigantic Work Surface With a 13.8-by-8.6 inch work area, the Huion Giano WH1409 is the largest graphics tablet in the Huion lines, no more restricted by space, ensures greater productivity
- 2.4 GHz Wireless Communication: Ensure you to have a flexible drawing experience and free you from the space limitation; The maximum sensing distance can range up to 40 feet
- 12 programmable express keys for time saving shortcuts, Can be used for both left and right handeds; Comes with a 2048-pressure-level sensitive rechargeable pen, allows you to create freely on the paper-like drawing surface with the resolution of 5080LPI and response rate of 230RPS
- 2000mAh Build in Lithium-ion battery Charging time:5-7 hours; Lasts for up to 40 hours of being constantly on in wireless mode, save you from the awkwardness of charging the tablet over and over during long hour working
- OS compatibility: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7 and Mac 10.8.0 or above; 1 year warranty
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Huion is a nationally supported and promoted high-tech enterprise which has the core technology and ability to research and develop independently. Huion tablets are designed to inspire people's creativity with our patented pen so that you can naturally draw as you would with the real pen and paper
Huion Giano - Bigger and Better
Huion Giano WH1409 is the largest graphic tablet in the Huion lines with a gigantic active area 13.8 x 8.6'' that you can draw freely on, ensures greater productivity
Wireless/USB Mode Available
Enjoy freedom in work with the wireless connectivity (up to 39 feet) and weight of only 1.1kg; The battery of 2000mAh will run for more than 40 hours and if that's not enough, it works with a power supply cable as well
12 Time Saving Express Keys
12 express keys on the left are all programmable, set them as keyboard combination shortcuts to your own preference and you'll enjoy the convenience of never using the keyboard and mouse again when creating artwork in drawing programs
Built-in Card Reader
Comes with a 8GB MircoSD Card just like the DWH69 and 1060 PLUS tablet, making it more convenient to save and bring your artwork along
Full 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
All Huion products are built to the highest quality standards and we stand behind our products with a full 1 year manufacturer's warranty
What's in the box
Huion Giano WH1409 Graphics Drawing Tablet
USB Wireless Receiver (on the back of the tablet)
USB Cable (4.92 feet, 1.5 meter)
Rechargeable Pen P80
Charging Cable for P80 Pen
Pen holder(8 Pen tips and 1 Removal Ring inside)
User Manual (Mac and Windows)
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I love this Tablet. It has grace and a delicate feel. My lines are so fine that my hair (which is also fine) gets jealous. My hand glides over it's surface like Michael Phelps in water and the shortcut buttons are designed perfectly so that I don't accidentally cut and paste an ear onto a forehead. My only complaint, and really it can't even be considered a complaint because it was my own stupidity, was that the instructions kept telling me to insert the wireless receiver into my computer and because I was so mesmerized by the tablet's design, I couldn't figure out that the receiver was in a tiny little holder on the back of the tablet. Once I found out that this problem was really between the seat and the keyboard, I was off and running. I never had an issue installing the drivers but I did follow the instructions of another reviewer and completely removed my Wacom drivers then rebooted before attempting to install my new Huion.
For the price, this little beauty had everything you could ever want and the drawing surface is massive. It's rectangle shape is much better ergonomically then the huge brick square of real estate that my Intuos 4 occupied. The keys are easy to program and can handle any shortcut you can throw at them. They even thought to put a 90 degree power cord so you don't have to fight with it if you need to charge your tablet and draw at the same time! INGENIOUS!! I would recommend this to anyone in the Wacom death spiral. Throw out that gigantic brick and get one of these beauties. You're wallet and your artwork will thank you.
The size on this is perfect and I especially like the fact that the pen nips don't wear out like the Wacom ones, I literally paint all day every day on my tablets so it's annoying to see wear after a day's worth of use. The Huion pen doesn't suffer this fate, I've been on the same pen nib since I bought this and there's only a slight wear at the tip.
Pressure sensitivity is there and works perfectly with custom brushes in the programs I use. In case you're wondering I paint in the following programs and haven't had issues:
ArtRage 5, Autodesk Sketchbook Pro, Photoshop, Krita, Rebelle 2 & Paintstorm Studio.
This tablet doesn't have the tilt support but I never used that feature anyway, seriously...when holding a real pencil or paintbrush do you tilt it in any other direction than off to the side? Any other direction seems awkward and quite frankly is a gimmick.
The hotkeys are easy to configure and access while working and I'm a big fan of the buttons being just that, buttons. You don't see any distracting overlays or additional software that pops up telling you which button you're pushing.
I noticed some people were having issues with this model so here are the specs I'm using:
Windows 10 Pro
To confirm the legitimacy of the performance of this tablet I'm attaching a couple of paintings I did while using it. Overall I'm pleased with this purchase and would recommend it to my fellow artists.
I have had bad experiences in the past with Chinese tablets. My past issues consisted of driver problems and display issues (for graphic tablets). Huion seems to be noticing the large complaints of drivers being a mess for some people. e.g simply not working, pen alignment is off from resolution, gittering, etc... This is not to say some of Huion's older model of tablets are being fixed as they seem to be EOL (End-of-life) unfortunately.
Luckily it appears Huion is starting to fix a lot of the current issues with Chinese tablets and this is a great one to start with. The Giano is, as the name sounds, HUGE but it fits my needs after using it for a few days. The build quality is great. You can try to bend the tablet but it will not budge, unless you are looking to damage it.
The only issue I have had thus far is the drivers, but with a happy ending. The included driver was corrupt on the Wireless USB receiver (Nifty extra storage!). All I had to do was download the most updated driver. Keep in mind that some reason I had to download it from their store page NOT the device description page as you could with other tablets. Why Huion? Fortunately after installing it took less than a minute and starting working with no hiccups afterwards. The settings page is simple but to the point. I do wish there is more features but maybe down the road!
All in all, if you are looking for a cheap Wacom competitor that has no issue with their drivers, then this is a nice tablet to get! As long as you don't mind the size as it seems to throw some people off.
+Plenty of buttons
+Wireless functionality (very cool!)
+Sensitive with no gittering so far
+Driver working perfectly after install
-May be too big for some people
-Included driver was corrupt (Best practice is to download the new driver from their site)
This is a big slap of a device, yet despite it's size it's not uncomfortably heavy. The bulk of the unit is reserved for drawing, but on the left hand side are 12 buttons that can be programmed to keyboard shortcuts.
Around the back is a removable USB dongle that allows the tablet to be used wirelessly and should, in theory, contain the required drivers. I say in theory as Windows 10 had an issue with the drive, reporting it as corrupt and needing repairing. Once repaired the drivers were no longer available on the drive, but were readily available from the manufacturers website.
If you're not fussed about wires this can be used by plugging it into your computer via USB, the cable is included in the box.
As well as the tablet you get a pen, replacement pen nibs and a pen stand. The pen stand also acts as the storage for the replacement pen nibs.
The pen has a pressure sensitive nib and two programmable buttons on the side. It's comfortable in the hand and doesn't require any batteries.
Once installed the driver software allows you to test the pressure sensitivity of the pen as well as programmed the various buttons available. As well as the two pen buttons there are the previously mentioned 12 buttons down the side of the tablet and these can all be assigned different key combinations.
The size of the tablet takes a little getting use to, but does give you much finer control over your drawing. With smaller tablets the cursor tends to move very quickly around the screen due to the small size, the opposite of this is true of this, giving finer control over small, precise movements.
For those in need of a digital canvas this large graphics tablet will certainly give you a lot of room for your creativity, providing you've got the desk space!
After plugging in and checking out the software to see what customization options were available, I gave it a whirl in Painter. There wasn't really any difference that I could tell in terms of performance between the Gigantor and Intuos 3 while dragging the stylus around on the tablet, nor did I expect a "real world" usage difference in spite of the doubling of sensitivity.
The primary reasons I bought this tablet are because of the size and wireless feature. In terms of size, the working area is no less than double what my Intuos 3 had, at less than half the price from several years ago (see comparison in pic). The price point for an equivalent Wacom today is pretty much the same, about $400. For the value and equivalent functionality, this product gets 5 stars.
The drop in star (really only half a star, but Amazon doesn't have that option) is from the perceived lagginess when the tablet is used in wireless mode. While using the tablet in wireless mode with Painter (really, the only app I am using the tablet with), it seemed that there was a pause in the stylus response of half a second or so. Once it registered the input, it tracked as expected. I honestly don't know if this is a behavior of the tablet in wireless along with Painter's occasional odd brush tracking fussiness or not. I will continue testing to see if the same issue appears in Photoshop or any other app.
Overall though, this tablet is an exceptional value, and a viable alternative to those of us who can't continue to keep up with the fiscal requirements of Wacom's gear. If you have REASONABLE expectations about what this tablet is and isn't, you will be very satisfied with this purchase.
Also... anyone wanna buy a used Wacom Intuos 3? :-)
"The tip of the pen tells the tablet what to do. And it's done with magnets! Well, not exactly. The sensor board of the tablet has a magnetic field, and the pen produces its own magnetic field -- and energy -- from it."
I happen to live right next to three radio towers. I can see them from my window. I have always had radio interference in my home and now it is interfering with the Wacom Tablet.
I returned that Wacom Tablet after finding the "Huion Tablet" on Amazon. Amazon says this Huion Tablet runs on "2.4 GHz Wireless Communication" I know its the same kind of tech that is used with WiFi technology. WiFi works in my home so I wanted to give "Huion" a try.
After getting the "Huion Tablet" in the mail I went to install the driver for the "Huion Tablet" that was on the USB stick that came with it. It didn't work at first. So I figured the driver on the USB was just out of date. I went to their web page and downloaded the latest driver.
and it WORKS !!~ It works wired and wireless
Its so wonderful.
For this price at twice the size of the "Wacom Intuos Art Medium" and twelve shortcut button vs. four~ you can't beat it.
I asked my sister how she liked her new Tablet and she says: " This is so good :3 you can draw anything you want "
She uses " MediBang Paint " so I can confirm it works on that app with pressure point pen and shortcut buttons.
I want to give credit where it is due, Huion was quick to respond to my review and offered a discount to make amends which is admirable. The do appear to be very committed to customer service an appreciate their efforts even though I had already bought another Huion tablet. I really do like Huion, and the recent purchase is the third in my home so I didn't write them off over this unfortunate exchange. Adding back a star or two just for the customer service.
Build quality the tablet itself is huge and has a nice weight to it and doesn't flex at all. The surface has just enough texture to create the pen/pencil to paper feel I'm sure artist are looking. My only build quality concern is that I am not sure the shortcut buttons will hold up as they feel a little bit flimsy for lack of a better word.
Installation was a bit more difficult than I wanted it to be but if u have read any reviews on this product u were prepared to fight a bit with the drivers. This rumor held true in my case after installing unistalling and the re-installing several times from multiple locations I was finally able to get the pressure sensitivity and shortcut buttons programmed. The drivers are still a bit "wonky" not starting and stopping randomly etc... It would be nice if huion would spend a little bit more time stream lining that part of the process.
Lastly I love the size I mostly work with the tablet in my lap so the abundance of programmable keys makes the need for a physical keyboard almost non existent. The pen feels good in and hand and is super responsive the springy tip is cool and really gives a great tactile experience.
Overall I am very happy with the Giano all though there is still refining to do to silence the "pros" whom swear by wacom and find any reason to down talk the other guys. For the price quality and feature set I don't think this tablet can be beat!
The tablet is big and the wireless feature is really nice. My daughter says the pen is comfortable and writes/draws easily. The preset buttons are handy to.
This tablet is really nice and we've had no problems with any freezing or glitches at this point. I would recommend this to any artist out there looking for affordable
UPDATE: The Usb no longer charges the tablet and I can't get a hold of Huion customer service. Again seller got this to me quick. They've been great. The problem is ENTIRELY Huion's customer support department.
UPDATE: 10/13/19- I replaced the charging cord myself BUT since then I've had problems with buttons not working and becoming "stuck" thinking that ctrl or shift is pushed down which alters every shortcut that I want to use. In addition it has stopped charging altogether. If you thought Huion's customer support has gotten better. . . I am one week into this battle of trying to get a replacement for my 8 month old expensive paper weight but after asking for a video of how its not working they sent me things about how they need another video of it not working. In addition they sent me things to download and run for this video that flag my anti virus and gmail as being malicious software.
-Update hopefully final ever: -10/17/19 Huion has made good their previous issues and is coming through on their end of the warranty and replacing my Tablet that I had problems with. Their customer service has finally gotten better and this newest person has been very patient with me.
Some minor inconveniences: The USB power option for the tablet is good, but sometimes the software goes on the fritz, connecting and disconnecting rapidly, many times per second. It's not the USB cable. It only happens when I leave it plugged in and put the PC to sleep and wake it up. Unplugging it and plugging it in again fixes the issue.
The pen has an odd "warm electronics" odor that I notice when I have it near my face. It's faded slightly over the months of ownership, but it's still there. It's a little off-putting and makes me wonder if my pen might die, or burst into flames...
-Here are some pros and cons Ive experienced with the tablet.
I love the size of this tablet, since there is so much more room to draw on and I dont feel as cramped up as I was with the Wacom Intous Medium. Also the 12 express keys on the left side is a must for me because I dont have to reach out as often to the keyboard in front of it for shortcuts. The only downside to these keys is that there is no grooves or bumps. So I was pressing the wrong button or just missing several times.
The wireless feature worked great at first but I think Ive experienced some lag so I switched to wired mode.
The tablet can be a little bulky and the sides of it arent smoothed out, its more of a bevel and may hurt your wrist from resting on it.
If you are a previous wacom owner, the smoother surface may take getting used to. Though I preferably love the smooth surface and it doesnt wear down your stylus nib in a day.
Lastly both the stylus and tablet both have very long battery life and havent had to charge them yet after drawing for over 10 hours.
If you want to save 350 dollars, and have nearly the same experience of a Wacom Intous Pro. I recommend picking this one up!