Review of Xencelabs Medium Pen Tablet

Budget can sometimes be a problem mostly for beginners. The Xencelabs Medium Pen Tablet is an affordable pen tablet that ensures you get a pretty well-featured tablet with a stylus at an affordable price.

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Xencelabs Medium Pen Tablet Features

  • Active area: 10.3 x 5.8 inches
  • Pressure Levels: 8192
  • Maximum Battery Life: 16 Hours
  • Compatibility: Windows, macOS/OS X
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

Drawing surface and Stylus Pen

The tablet’s size is a lovely 10.38 x 5.83 inches giving you the mobility and portability advantage.

Since the tablet is a pen tablet, we shall not get to the screen and resolution but the drawing surface is worth talking about.

A 16:9 aspect ratio provides you with accuracy on the tablet’s side, offering higher detection of the stylus. This means if you were accurate in drawing a perfect circle, that’s exactly what you’re going to get, a perfect circle.

The pen on the other side is the Xencelab’s Thin pen, built with a slim comfortable feel for long working hours. When it comes to the technical aspect, the pen harbors the industry’s best 8192 pressure sensitivity level. By this, you are given full control of your designs with a natural feel to the stylus.

Additionally, the Xencelab’s Thin pen supports the tilt function, exposing you to wide brush options especially when it comes to shading. Last but not least, the embedded electromagnetic resonance technology makes the pen battery-free and is further responsible for the lightweight build.

Pros

  • Budget-friendly
  • High-level pen pressure sensitivity
  • Quality pen
  • Tilt function support

Cons

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