Huion has showcased the 2 newest additions to its Kamvas Professional vary of show drawing tablets at CES, concentrating on budget-conscious creatives with skilled options like excessive coloration accuracy and touchscreen help.
The Huion Kamvas Professional 27 and Kamvas Professional 19 are actually available for purchase within the US for $1,999 and $1,099, respectively, following their preliminary launch in China on December fifteenth, and share some similarities with Wacom’s much pricier Cintiq Pro lineup. The product vary from each corporations encompasses a 4K decision and paper-like anti-glare glass show, which has been specifically bonded to cut back parallax (that hole between the stylus nib and the cursor), for instance.
Shade accuracy can be a standout function for each product lineups, with the Kamvas Professional 27’s Delta E <1.5 (a worth that measures potential coloration distortion) being a smidge higher than the $3,500 Wacom Cintiq Pro 27’s Delta E <2. Something beneath a Delta E of two tends to be fairly troublesome for almost all of individuals to differentiate variations in.
The Kamvas Professional 27 additionally helps 98 p.c Adobe RGB, 97 p.c DCI-P3, and 99 p.c sRGB coloration gamut protection, in comparison with the Cintiq Professional 27’s 99 p.c Adobe RGB and 98 p.c DCI-P3 protection. Which means it possible received’t nail a number of shades of inexperienced distinctive to Adobe RGB fairly in addition to the Cintiq, nevertheless it ought to nonetheless be completely superb for the overwhelming majority of labor.
The Kamvas Professional 27 options an HDMI, DisplayPort, DC, USB-C, 3.5mm audio, and two USB-A ports. The show has a peak brightness of 300 nits. A number of the promotional videos Huion posted to Bilibili additionally showcase equipment like a mounted shelf for resting iPads and different equipment on, although there’s at the moment no phrase if these can be found to buy outdoors of China.
The smaller Kamvas Professional 19 options an 18.4-inch show with a peak brightness of 220 nits. Shade gamut protection is available in at 96 p.c Adobe RGB, 98 p.c DCI-P3, and 99 p.c sRGB. This compact mannequin ought to be higher fitted to creatives on the lookout for extra transportable choices, sporting two USB-C ports for charging and connectivity alongside help for reverse charging for related units at as much as 40W.
Each the Kamvas Professional 27 and Kamvas Professional 19 have a claimed 1000:1 distinction ratio and touchscreen help that enables customers to zoom, rotate, and manipulate tasks utilizing their fingers as a substitute of the 2 battery-free pens included alongside the tablets. Each pens — the three-button PW600 and the slimmer two-button PW600S — function an extra digital “eraser” button on the top and supply 16,000 ranges of stress sensitivity.
There are not any buttons constructed into both of those Kamvas Professional tablets for assigning keyboard shortcuts. As an alternative, they each ship with Huion’s Keydial Mini K20 — a Bluetooth-supported macro pad price $69.99, akin to Wacom’s $99 ExpressKey Remote. On the again of the tablets, you’ll discover a collapsable stand that can be utilized to higher angle the drawing place like an artist’s easel. Alternatively, Huion can be releasing an adjustable stand that may be bought individually (for an unspecified sum), and each fashions help VESA mounts.
Many creatives received’t care that the specs for these Kamvas Professional tablets fall a bit wanting Wacom’s coveted Cintiq Professional lineup. For some, the huge distinction in pricing is probably not well worth the slight variations in options, particularly contemplating Wacom’s 27-inch $3,500 flagship doesn’t even include a stand. That may be superb for these prepared to pay the premium for Wacom’s respected construct high quality, however Huion’s new Kamvas Professional merchandise positive seem like a tempting various for anybody on a tighter funds.