12x9 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet - 4000LPI 200RPS 1024 Pressure Levels
    Product # 6815
    12x9 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet - 4000LPI 200RPS 1024 Pressure Levels
    Product # 6815
    Length : 9in
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    12x9 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet - 4000LPI 200RPS 1024 Pressure Levels

    Graphic tablets aren't just for artists anymore!

    A graphic tablet can be used as a substitute for a mouse, replacing a less natural movement with the more natural movement of the pen on the paper, thereby reducing the chance of Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI), like carpal tunnel syndrome. Of course, it also makes any drawing type of activity, including embedded signatures, simpler and easier to accomplish. Graphic tablets are also great for kids, allowing them to unleash their natural creativity into a form that is easy to email to grandparents and other relations.

    This high-quality tablet from Monoprice is priced just right, so everyone can enjoy the benefits of a graphic tablet. It includes several software utilities, such as PenSigner and PenMail, which allow you to use handwritten signatures and emails in your daily correspondence, adding a personal touch to what is usually thought of as an impersonal medium.

    Easy to install and use, once you try one you'll wonder how you ever got along without one!

    Note that the included software is not compatible with Mac® OS X® at all, while some are only compatible with Windows® 2000/XP.

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    Active Area 12" x 9"
    Resolution (LPI) 4000
    Report rate (RPS) 200
    Pressure Sensitivity 1024
    Dimensions (WxD) 15 1/8" x 14 1/8"
    USB Cable Length 53"
    Operating Temperature +41° ~ +104° F
    Operaing Humidity 10% ~ 85% RH (no condensation)

    Package Contents:

    • 1x Graphic tablet with attached 53" USB cable (USB A male)
    • 1x Pen stand
    • 1x 5.25" CD with drivers, manuals, software
    • 1x Quick Reference Guide
    • 1x AAA battery
    • 5x Spare pen tips

    Included Software:

    • Annotation for Word - Mark up word processor documents in freehand (compatible only with Windows 2000/XP).
    • PenCommander - Run any program or menu command using simple motions (compatible only with Windows 2000/XP).
    • PenSigner - Insert signatures or simple drawings into documents (compatible only with Windows 2000/XP/Vista®/7).
    • PenMail - Compose and send handwritten e-mail messages (compatible only with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7).
    • PenNotice - Capture screen shots and annotate documents in Microsoft Office or Microsoft Whiteboard (compatible only with Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7).

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    382 Reviews

    82.75% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Pressure still works with Windows 10!

    • Anonymous,
    •  Tucker, GA 
    • 9/12/2016 7:49:37 PM

    Fantastic tablet, especially for the price. Pressure stopped working with Windows 10 update, but it was easily fixed for me. Try G-Pen then click on the wrench icon. Select starting and Ending. Check if you want it starting or ending or both and if you want it done by speed. Finally select the starting and ending button at the top of that box and make sure brush size is checked. Hope that helps.

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    No more pressure sensitivity under Windows 10.

    • Ainsley Brennan,
    •  Burlington, VT 
    • 8/28/2016 6:35:20 PM

    I love this tablet. I bought it in 2013 and I'd been using it happily ever since. I never liked the pen stand though, I found it was too flimsy and fell down a lot. Fast-forward to fall of 2015, post Win10 update, I plug in my tablet to do some drawing and I get no pressure sensitivity. So I fiddle with the drivers, I uninstall and reinstall and change settings but...nothing. The software that comes with the driver install won't even open. Photoshop tells me I don't have pressure sensitivity, which I find to be true throughout the programs I use for art. I actually emailed the company responsible for the drivers at the time, but never received any response. I love this tablet to death and I'm beyond upset that I can't use it anymore.

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    Nice starting point.

    • Sam,
    •  ,  
    • 8/18/2016 4:35:02 AM

    Pros: Price simplicity sturdy longevity

    Cons: A bit temperamental

    I'm an artist. Last year I decided to give digital art a go, but I wasn't willing to spend a ridiculous amount of money on some fancy-shmancy super-tech when I had no idea how to use it or even if I'd stick with the switch. I came here for the price, and did my research, and really, I'm not disappointed.

    It's really basic. The software, obviously, is a bit outdated I'm running Windows 10 and it's kind of frustrating to get the two to cooperate sometimes, but it's doable. I can't personally attest to the various feature programs it lists (ex: PenSigner, Pen Mail, et al) because I only ever use this tablet for art. I picked a random free art program (Krita) and it works just fine. Once you get it up and running, you rarely have to mess with it. These aren't exactly cons, in my mind, just kind of "it is what it is."

    One particular problem I've had which I haven't found a reliable solution for is that sometimes, for whatever reason, the tablet decides to throw the cursor a few hundred pixels to the left, even though it still correctly reads where the pen is supposed to be, and *only* on the canvas area (as in it snaps back where it's supposed to be whenever I hover over the tool bars). It eventually fixes itself, or possibly, I accidentally fix it by either shutting down the correct program or plain rebooting the computer (I can never tell which). *shrug* It's a pretty rare occurrence, though.

    As far as other reviews that have mentioned pen pressure: make sure you have the tablet USB plugged in before you ever open your program. No idea why, but if you plug it in after, pen pressure just won't work at all (this is apparently a commonality between multiple art programs, at least, including mine).

    Pleasant surprises: Despite its size, it doesn't have a "cramped" feel, which I had been worried about. Also, as small and thin as it is, it's surprisingly sturdy I've had it for about a year and the ... input? section on the pad really doesn't show a lot of wear there's no grooves or scratches at all, and if I run my fingers over it I can't tell it's even been used.. Plus, hey, it's still going strong after a year, and a lot of cell phones can't even do that anymore.

    The pen has a nice weight to it, which I like, but I can't really say how it compares to other brands as this is my first and still my only tablet.

    So really, in the end, you get what you pay for. It's not a blow-your-mind product, but in my opinion, it's an excellent starter point for young/new artists or artists like me looking to switch media, and it's oh so nice on the wallet. You just might have to baby it a tad. No big deal.

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    It's not the most precise, but for this price it's amazing.

    • monopriceshopper53638939,
    •  Portland, OR 
    • 3/4/2016 10:29:39 PM

    Pros: Price

    Cons: Not the best precision-wise.

    Great for the price.

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    Not worth it for photoshop / Windows 10

    • the_blur,
    •  Montreal, QC 
    • 3/3/2016 10:42:00 AM

    Pros: Large, huge area. Good build quality.

    Cons: Shortish cable, TERRIBLE driver experience.

    They say you get what you pay for. Wacom may be expensive, but you can be sure their drivers will work every time. This tablet has so far never been used with pressure enabled, because photoshop will not detect pressure from it. Not sure why. The driver looks like it was made in the 1990s and finding an up-to-date one is impossible. Avoid this if pressure sensitivity is a requirement for you (it will not work).

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