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Does Anyone Use A XP-Pen deco 02 Graphics Tablet?

wuzhuwuzhu Member Posts: 1

I am looking for some buying information about digital drawing tablets and pens. I would like to purchase an entry level drawing tablet and pen. I totally want the pen to have an eraser end which I have done some initial research and found out not all pens for drawing pads/tablets have an eraser end. I use adobe Illustrator, some Photoshop, for most of my design/graphics work on PC.

I want something inexpensive but again really want it to be portable and the eraser end functionality is a must have. I would like to pay as far under $200 as possible. The research I have done has shown that the ones at a price point under $100 lack the eraser end is barely available (haven’t found one yet) and the wireless factor is available but not with a whole bunch of variety in models available. Important note is that I will be using it with a Windows 10 laptop.

I was going to get the XP-Pen deco 02 graphics tablet ( https://www.amazon.com/XP-PEN-Graphics-Battery-free-Shortcut-pressure/dp/B07DCS9D9Q ) . The DECO 02 drawing tablet have an eraser at the end of the pen .The stylus supports 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and the graphics pad has a 10 x 5.63 inch working area .it seems perfect.Any advice for an up and coming artist , good/bad experiences and so on?.

Any advice is appreciated. Thank you.

Comments

  • Liz_ALiz_A Member Posts: 10,063
    @wuzhu - welcome to the Make The Cut! software forum, where we assist users of the software along with the assorted cutters that are supported by the software. Some of our users have used tablets to create with, but I don't think they are going to stop by this forum and look to see if anyone is asking questions about tablets...it's not the focus of this forum.

    I have an older Wacom tablet that I love, so if I was going to recommend one, it would be a Wacom, but I believe that they start above your budget amount. I think you will find that in the case of this particular piece of hardware, that you get what you pay for. Good luck making a purchasing decision!
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