10x6.25 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet w/ 8 Hot Key - Legacy Systems up to Mac OSX 10.7.5
    Product # 6814
    10x6.25 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet w/ 8 Hot Key - Legacy Systems up to Mac OSX 10.7.5
    Product # 6814
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    10x6.25 Inches Graphic Drawing Tablet w/ 8 Hot Key - Legacy Systems up to Mac OSX 10.7.5

    Unleash your inner artist with this Graphics Tablet from Monoprice!

    From the time we first grasped a crayon in our little hands, we have grown used to the use of the pen/pencil form for writing and drawing tasks. So, while a mouse can be used for simple drawing tasks, a graphics tablet with a pen stylus is a more natural and controllable input device.

    This graphics tablet has a 10" x 6.25" drawing area in a widescreen 16:10 aspect ratio. It features 8 programmable hot keys on the left side of the tablet and 16 preprogrammed function keys around the edges of the drawing area. It boasts a 4000 LPI resolution, a 200 RPS report rate, and 1024 levels of pressure sensitivity on the pen, allowing you to produce light, wispy strokes, as well as heavy, bold strokes, depending on the pressure used.

    The tablet includes device drivers for both Windows and Mac OSX. Bonus software, which provides pen functionality to Windows XP and Vista systems, is also included. Note that the bonus software is not compatible with Windows 7+ or Mac OSX.

    The tablet connects to your PC or Mac using a USB 2.0 connection.

    Legacy Systems up to OSX 10.7.5

    Support Files:

    Active Drawing Area (WxD) 10" x 6.25"
    Resolution 4000 LPI
    Report Rate 200 RPS
    Pen Pressure 1024 levels
    Reading Height 10 mm
    Hot Keys 8
    Function Keys 16
    Power Consumption 0.35 watts
    Dimensions (WxDxH) 14.2" x 10.2" x 0.4"
    (360 x 260 x 9.3 mm)
    Weight 25.9 oz (734 g)

    Bonus Software Included*:

    • Annotation for Word - Modify Word documents in freehand
    • PenCommander - Use the tablet to execute programs or menu commands
    • PenSigner - Insert signatures or drawings into documents
    • PenMail - Compose and send hand-written email messages
    • PenNotice - Capture screen shots and create annotations in MS Office or Whiteboard

      * The included bonus software is not compatible with Windows 7+ or any version of Mac OSX.

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    244 Reviews

    81.8% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Windows 10 Pressure Sensitivity Fix

    • bunnyb0y,
    •  Pocatello, ID 
    • 10/17/2016 11:56:39 PM

    Pros: Cost effective. Well made.

    Cons: Takes a few tweaks to get it working in Windows 8 or 10.

    1st: uninstall old drivers from 2011 and restart computer
    2nd: download and install latest (legacy) drivers from http://www.uc-logic.com/index.php?lang=en&action=support
    3rd: goto ""C:\WINDOWS\SysWoW64\WTClient.exe" " and right click on WTClient.exe, select "properties", then click "compatibility" tab. Check the "run this program as administrator" box.
    4th: restart system and test pressure sensitivity in preferred program.
    Tested, pressure sensitivity works in all 32bit programs (Photoshop, Sketchpad, etc.).

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    New Drivers found for El Capitan

    • Anonymous,
    •  City of Industry, CA 
    • 9/27/2016 12:13:57 PM

    Found new drivers for El Capitan at http://www.uc-logic.com/index.php?lang=en&action=support&cid=17

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    Would be wonderful if it didn't act so wonky on newer operating system

    • Hopper,
    •  Rialto, CA 
    • 6/28/2016 5:04:41 AM

    Pros: Nice, big open space on the tablet that allow for some good brush strokes.
    So many shortcuts and hotkeys that are completely customizable! While the buttons are a tad loud, they make the process of switching from brush to eraser incredibly fluid and natural.
    It doesn't have the greatest pressure sensitivity, but for what it does have it works relatively well.

    Cons: The cord can be a bit pesky when trying to store for travel.
    It will sometimes decide not to work, requiring you to unplug and re-plug in the tablet, this is simply an inconvenience but still something I felt was too wonky to not mention.
    I feel there's a bit too much empty space around the tablet, it makes the whole unit a bit larger than it needs to be, however this could just be a nitpick.

    I used to have this tablet a year ago, and aside from the odd glitch here and there, it worked wonderfully.
    I absolutely love the multitude of shortcut buttons and hotkeys. (I would have given it a 4/5, only docking it a grade due to the minor annoying bugs)
    However, as time went on something happened to the wires and the tablet stopped working, so I returned it with a warranty I had on it.
    Through a mix of being hard on money and overall lack of time, it took me awhile to buy a new one... but alas, here I am with my new tablet, ready to draw again!

    However, now my Mac is running on El Capitan OS, and I think this is causing the tablet to act very screwy... the cursor starts to dance around the screen just by holding the pen over the tablet, and it will sometimes start sporadically clicking things on its own. My drawings quickly became cluttered with random dots when I was just trying to draw a straight line.
    Then on top of that, both the shortcut buttons and hotkeys would straight out refuse to work at times until I clicked the pen on the tablet, and due to the aformentioned dancing cursor, that tends to lead to many Undos that unnecessarily needed to be made.

    What's sad is during the times when the cursor wasn't acting up, everything seemed to be running so well... the pressure was good, the lines were fluid, and the shortcuts worked exactly as needed.
    But as soon as it started to go wonky, I just had to wait it out. I've rebooted the computer, re-installed the software, and so on, but this keeps happening.

    As much as I would love to be happy with this tablet, sadly the current state it's in just isn't functional.

    Hope to get a response from an admin here to get an idea of what's happening. I feel like this is due to the OS not being compatible, as others have been making very similar claims.

    by Monoprice Administrator
    Hello Hopper,

    Thank you for your review and I am truly sorry for the inconvenience you've encountered with the tablet. Have you tried this with an older operating system to see if it works fine? It may just be an incompaibility issue with the updated OS. Please let me know so I can assist you accordingly. Thank you!
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    Very affordable graphics tablet

    • Arwen G.,
    •  Hacienda Heights, CA 
    • 5/27/2016 5:49:09 PM

    Pros: Affordable
    Plug n play
    Very responsive, works well with photoshop and paint tool sai

    Cons: If you follow the instructions that come with the tablet, you're going to have a bad time and it's not going to work properly

    I'm an art hobbyist and have very little experience with digital art. That being said, I like this tablet a lot. It's got quite a large drawing space, plays well with Photoshop and Paint Tool Sai, and is easy to configure once you get past the mess of driver conflicts. The included materials tell you to plug the tablet in BEFORE inserting the driver installation disc. If you do this, windows will assign its default drivers to the tablet, and no matter how much you install and uninstall, it will be broken until you system restore to a point before you plugged your tablet in and install the driver BEFORE plugging the tablet in. But once I got all the bugs smoothed out, it works perfectly. My only issue is that if I pull the pen more than half an inch away from the tablet while I'm drawing, I'll end up with a huge dot - sometimes several - on my drawing, I guess it interprets the loss of signal from the pen as a mouse click.

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    Great product, but incompatible

    • Anonymous,
    •  Kapaa, HI 
    • 5/3/2016 11:46:58 PM

    Pros: 1. Works fine.
    2. Smooth drawing.
    3. Large detection area.

    Cons: 1. Only compatible with a select few applications.
    2. Driver and software are designed for windows 7, XP, VISTA
    3. Very hard to find solutions to hardware or software problems, VERY hard.

    I wanted to buy a graphics tablet for just two reasons. The first reason was fulfilled by this tablet, which I expected to. The thing I wanted most was for it to work, and it's very smooth! Just like all graphics tablets, its better than a mouse. The 2nd thing I wanted was to draw lines as thick as I want just by pressing down on the pad. One of my drawing applications on my computer was compatible with the driver and device. I was very happy with the fact that I could paint with variable line thickness. Sadly it doesn't work for any other applications, at all. The driver the tablet came with worked, but was incompatible with most of my drawing softwares. I tried using different drivers, and changing settings in my applications, but pressure sensitivity just seems to be supported by one software application.

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