There are many different tablets out there, but how do you know which one is the best one for you? Some can be suitable for hobbyists, but others are a bit more pricey and meant for professional work. Tablets come in all sizes, prices and variations, so to pick the right one for yourself, it really comes down to what you want to get out of it. We laid out the top 5 tablets that are the best for artists, take a look.
Huion H610 Pro
This tablet is one of the best for drawing due to its high-pressure sensitivity. With its rechargeable pen, 16 customizable hot cells, and 8 express keys, you really can’t go wrong with this one. You can use it on both Mac and Windows systems, making this versatile for any type of artist.
Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen
Similar to the iPad Pro, but much cheaper, the Samsung Galaxy Tab A is perfect for artists who are looking to achieve great results without breaking the bank. In the Google Play Store, there are hundreds of apps that can be used for artists, plus you can browse the Internet and watch videos as well.
Wacom Cintiq 13HD
If you’re willing to spend a bit on a tablet, this is the one for you. Its large screen with a full interactive display makes this product the perfect drawing tablet for any artists and animators looking to get serious with their work.
Apple iPad Pro with Pencil
Apple was one of the first to come out with a tablet, and has been improving their products with new technology time after time. The iPad Pro was made specifically for graphic artists and now with Pencil, artists have much more control and precision in what they create. Plus, there are over a 100 drawing apps available on the iPad Pro.
Microsoft Surface Pro 4
This is Microsoft’s newest model for their Surface tablets, making it the best one to date. Not only can it be used as a laptop, but also is tailored towards the needs of graphic artists and animators. With its interactive pen and great processing, this pricey computer is definitely worth the cost for any creative.
What tablets would you recommend for creating artwork?