Jo Avila

Huion H640P Product Review

I’ve do a lot of post processing for our print clients. I work faster if I am using a graphic tablet. I needed another graphic tablet to use at our printing service at ShutterMaster Pro Makati when the Huion H640P caught my eye.

The Huion H640P measures 5.8” (147.7mm) by 10.23” (260mm), a thickness of 8mm and weighs 227 grams. The active area of the tablet measures 3.93” (100mm) by 6.2” 160mm). It has six programmable express keys and its pen has 8192 pressure levels.

The pen is passive and does not need to use batteries.

The Huion H640P is both Windows and Mac OS compatible. The appropriate drive may be downloaded from the site of Huion.

What do I like about the Huion H640P? I like its budget friendly price of Php 2,790.00 (SRP). The pen is responsive and is comfortable to hold. It’s small and lightweight enough to stuff into a backpack with my Dell laptop. There is a lock button on the side of the tablet if you want to disable the express keys.

The bottom of the pen holder doubles as the nib puller and houses eight extra nibs.

What don’t I like about the Huion H640P? My only minor complaint is that the surface of the tablet is slicker than I am used to and lacks the feel of working on paper (which isn’t really a deal breaker for me).

The Huion H640P is available from Ynzal Marketing Corporation (www.ynzal.com).

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