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    Monoprice 8x6-inch MP Professional USB Graphic Tablet with Quick Select Wheel 5400LPI, 2048 levels, 200RPS
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    Technology Electromagnetic Digitizer Electromagnetic Digitizer Electromagnetic Digitizer
    Active Area 8" x 6" (203 x 152 mm) 8" x 6" (203 x 152 mm) 10" x 6.25" (254 x 158 mm)
    Resolution 2000 LPI 5080 LPI 5080 LPI
    Report Rate 100 RPS 200 RPS 200 RPS
    Pressure Sensitivity 1024 Levels 2048 Levels 2048 Levels
    Handy Keys & Rolling Pad N/A 5 Keys & 1 Pad 5 Keys & 1 Pad
    Reading Height 7mm 7mm 7mm
    Supports Multiple Displays
    Updateable Drivers
    Hot Cells 26 26 32
    Windows® Compatibility XP / Vista® / Win 7 / Win 8 / Win 10 XP / Vista / Win 7 / Win 8 / Win 10 XP / Vista / Win 7 / Win 8 / Win 10
    Mac® OS X® Compatibility 10.4 / 10.5 / 10.6 / 10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9 / 10.10 / 10.11 10.4 / 10.5 / 10.6 / 10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9 / 10.10 / 10.11 10.4 / 10.5 / 10.6 / 10.7 / 10.8 / 10.9 / 10.10 / 10.11
    Included Software PenWalker version 1.1 PenWalker version 1.1 PenWalker version 1.1

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    Can I use this with a chromebook?
    A shopper on Aug 14, 2018
    3.7 / 5.0
    7 Reviews
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    Recommend this one over competition of same size tablets!
    *Monoprice sent me this graphics tablet for free in exchange for a non-biased review*

    The tablet comes well packaged and should make it through most shipping incidents. When you open the box you are presented with a decently long Micro USB cable, the 8x11 tablet, a drawing pen with extra tips, and a driver CD (I advise getting the drivers from the website as they are the most up-to-date). The drivers were quick to install and the tablet was recognized by Photoshop and illustrator as soon as they were plugged in. The box said that the pen came with batteries, but as a review unit I did not receive them. Rest assured a consumer shipped package WILL have batteries for the pen! Having a 5080 LPI resolution and 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity makes using brushes in Photoshop precise. Multi monitor support also works great in Windows when you have all of your Photoshop tools on one monitor and your canvas on another. Quick macros on the pen surface are easily adjustable and most of my software(Adobe, Paint.NET, etc.) can see the top "toolbar" section of macros without changing any settings. This is a robust tablet and I would recommend this to anyone one over any competitor tablet of the same size.

    Tested in: Adobe Masters Collection CS6, and Paint.NET.

    Tested on: Dell Latitude E6410, and a Core i7 4790k desktop PC with multiple monitors.

    PROS: Decent size for the actual pen area

    Menu buttons on pen surface are extremely helpful and save keystrokes

    Fairly easy to figure out default settings in Photoshop

    Driver setup was easy

    USB cable is plenty long

    Pen has a very good sensitivity resolution and pressure sensitivity

    Adobe programs picked the tablet up right after connecting it

    CONS: Fabric pen holder feels like it wont last long after repeated use

    Pen is not rechargeable and requires AAA batteries

    Scroller wheel can be finicky in Photoshop some times with the eraser function

    Popup icon indicators are huge and would prefer if they were taskbar icons instead

    USB Cable plugs into the left side instead of the top. Makes right handed desk setups difficult on small desks with full size keyboards
    November 10, 2015
    8 x 6" MP Professional USB Graphic Tablet with Quick Select Wheel
    This tablet is simple and easy to install and use. I don't use it enough to need all the extra bells and whistles, but it does have many features the more expensive ones have. It is small enough to fit in my laptop back pack and I do like the quick select wheel. I use it for Photoshop 2015 and have found it works great. It replaced an old Wacom and the only thing I liked better about it was the smoother surface vs the not as smooth surface of the Monoprice., but that is strictly preference and if I wouldn't have experienced the Wacom, I would never have thought about it. This is my 2nd Monoprice, I also have a 12x9 Tablet. The only thing negative I found (and again very minor) was 2 of the rubber feet on the bottom came off. They covered screw holes so instead of gluing back in place I glued them next to the holes and have had no further probem

    PROS: Price, features, price, works flawlessly and price

    CONS: Bottom rubber pads came off
    December 29, 2015
    i love this product it is a great starter not the best out there but for the price it is great. i have replaced my mouse completely.
    i also got this metal ring but i have no idea what it is for. ps it looks like a cat

    PROS: the touch screen is weighted so the harder you push down the thicker the stroke.

    CONS: none so far
    March 17, 2016
    Like the tablet; hate the pen
    I am using the tablet not for graphics but really only as a replacement for a mouse, as I have had some carpal tunnel issues with my right hand.
    The pen casing will crack just about every time it drops. Mine is glued and re-glued and Sugrued from here to eternity and it keeps on breaking. No replacement pen is available. At this quality, they should include ~5 extra pens in every box.
    July 11, 2017
    Response from Monoprice
    Thank you for your feedback on this item. If you need additional support or information, please feel free to reach out to reviews@monoprice.com. Our Technical Support Team can help you answer any questions you may have.
    July 30, 2017
    Steven L Staff
    False advertising.
    While this is a great beginner drawing tablet, especially for taking notes and whatnot, it can only detect 256 levels of pressure, not 2048 as advertised. Go into the control panel for the tablet and you'll see that while it shows the levels of pressure going from 0-2047, look more closely and it only outputs values in multiples of 8, meaning that in reality it's only capable of detecting 256 values of pressure. Not happy with the false advertising, but if 256 levels of pressure is good enough for you, this does the job well.
    March 25, 2017
    It was nice...
    Not the same quality as a Wacom, but functional for the price difference. That is until the El Capitan upgrade.

    Not Compatible with OS X 10.11, I'll stick with my Intuos Pro.
    December 28, 2015
    Lost pen due to rearranging, but customer says,
    I am not sure what to rate this tablet. I had it for only days before losing the pen, due to rearranging. It was in the red loop, but then all of a sudden, it wasn't.

    From what I did use, I could not adjust pen's sensitivity. I use a Macbook Pro Retina. After reading reviews, I decided not to upgrade my MCP to El Capitan until MonoPrice can release a workable firmware for it.

    Okay, the nitty gritty - I contacted MonoPrice's support and talked to them for a while before they finally addressed my problem.

    They don't make a replacement pen for this tablet. Not sure why. Also, at the time I paid for the tablet, I spent $60.

    August 4, 2016