HUION Kamvas 13 Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8 Programmable Buttons

HUION Kamvas 13 graphic drawing monitor gives you a more intuitive way to create your artwork on your computer than any drawing tablets, and 8 programmable buttons allow you to access to those most frequently used functions when you draw.HUION Kamvas 13 Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8 Programmable Buttons

The Kamvas 13 is a fully featured and budget friendly graphic drawing monitor that measures 217.4 x 366.5 x 11.8mm and weighs 980g. With the lightweight and compact design, you can easily slide it into your bag.

The 13.3” drawing monitor with IPS technology features 1920 x 1080 resolution, 120% sRGB color gamut and 178-degree viewing angle to accuracy show you every detail of your artwork, and the full-laminated anti-glare glass panel not only makes the cursor on the screen keep close and move simultaneously to the nib without causing any parallax, but also keep the screen clear even in bright light. The frosted surface also reduces the glare damage to your eyes.HUION Kamvas 13 Graphic Drawing Monitor with 8 Programmable Buttons

The growing monitor comes equipped with 8 programmable buttons to keep your favorite shortcuts accessible with one keypress. Furthermore, an included battery-free stylus features 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity to create more details with your drawing skills, and it supports ±60-degree tilt function. With 266 PPS of report rate and 10mm sensing height, it delivers higher accuracy.

The graphic drawing monitor works with Window 7 or above, MacOS 10.12 or later and Android 6.0 or above, and comparable with a variety of applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, Manga Studio, Krita, Microsoft Office, and more.

The Kamvas 13 graphic framing monitor is priced at $249 USD. If you’re interested, jump to the product page for its more details.

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