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Ugee 1910B Designing Interactive Digital Pen display LCD Screen Art Graphic Writing Drawing Monitor with 2048 Levels Pressure Sensitivity (19 Inch)
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- 19 inch TFT Interactive Pen Display with 1440 x 900 pixel resolution, can be set as a dual monitor in duplicated mode or extended mode,Interactive - see what you draw, as you draw.
- Compatible with Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10 and Mac OS. Works with all major graphics packages, including: Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Autodesk, Sketchbook, Corel Painter, Autodesk MAYA, ZBrush and many more
- Shipped with 2 original rechargeable pens, 2 USB pen charging cables, VGA cable, USB cable, Power cable, universal drawing glove and user manual,For the most up to date driver we recommend you download it from ugee.net
- Note that this is not a standalone device; you need to connect it to a computer. You can use it for sketching, design, painting or editing in office software.
- Adjustable stand allows the monitor to be repositioned with only one hand, anywhere from flat on your desk to vertical
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See what you are drawing as you draw. This is an interactive display that has to be hooked up to a desktop computer or laptop to use.k You can use it as a duplicate monitor, extended display, a second monitor, or as the only monitor. Outputs: VGA and DVI ports. The monitor is shipped with a VGA cable; if you require HDMI we suggest you to purchase a generic HDMI to VGA adapter. Tips: 1.Before installing the Ugee driver, please uninstall all previously installed tablet drivers on your computer and restart;
2.Please download updated driver from ugee.net and email us if you have any questions or doubts,email@example.com
Active Area: 402mm X 255mm
Pressure Sensitivity: 2048 levels
Display Area: 402mmx255mm
Resolution: 1440 X 900 pixels
Response Time: 5ms
Pixel Pitch: 0.294mm(H) x 0.294mm(V)
Two rechargeable pens with two pen charging cables:
Ugee P50S pens combine 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, with seamless responsiveness from a single gram of pen pressure. This slim, lightweight pen is cordless - powered by an internal rechargeable Li-ion battery, providing a minimum of 800 hours' continuous use. (Not compatible with Wacom Pen Graphics Tablet.)
Windows Vista/XP/7/8/8.1,Windows 10 and Mac OS.
UG-1910 Interactive Pen Display x 1
VGA Cable x1
USB Cable x1
USB Pen Charging Cable x2
Digital Stylus Pen x2
Power Adapter x1
Power Cord x1
Barrel Pen Holder (Including 8 Tips and One Remover Ring) x1
Drive CD x1
User Manual x1
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Installation is pretty simple - just plug everything in, stick the install CD into your computer (make sure your computer has a CD drive!) and click on install.exe. Installation's quick and simple and doesn't install any bloatware - just basic drivers for the device.
It's got a VGA and DVI port, but no HDMI or DisplayPort. My laptop's HDMI only, so I used a HDMI to DVI converter and a spare HDMI cable to connect it without issue; to connect it to my desktop PC I just used a DVI to DVI cable - both options worked well.
It's supplied with a VGA cable, so make sure you've either got a VGA port on your computer, or the necessary adaptors and cables to connect it or you'll be disappointed when you get it.
I initially set this up as monitor three on my desktop PC, but found that when I touched the screen with the stylus, the cursor moved on monitor 1. To get around this I made this monitor my primary monitor and rebooted - this solved the problem. I suspect there's a way to offset the input's position/co-ordinates to allow it to be used as monitor 3 (or 2 or whatever), but I've just not found it yet.
IN THE BOX
- The monitor
- Two rechargeable styli
- Two charging cables
- USB cable (to connect the monitor to your computer)
- VGA cable (though I used my own spare DVI cable)
- A smooth glove that covers the side of your hand and two fingers (to make it easier to glide over the screen, and avoid smudging)
the two pens are exactly the same - the purpose of the second one seems to be to allow you to have one on charge while you're using the other.
I've used tablets with Photoshop before and found them a little hard to get the hang of, but this is so simple to use.
I primarily use it with Photoshop for touching up photos; for this purpose it does a really excellent job. The pressure sensitivity works as expected and allows me to alter the brush size or opacity when blending in edges, creating masks etc.
I've also been experimenting with it as a means of producing artwork (I'm not much of a painter, but like the idea of trying it!). For this purpose it's really quite impressive; when used in conjunction with Photoshop's vast array of brush types and configuration options, the possibilities are endless. It'll take a bit of getting used to, but really interesting to experiment with.
I've not broken any stylus tips yet, but it's reassuring to know that there are loads of spares - in addition to the spare bag of tips, the pen holder also contains a load of spares!
The screen is fitted with a solid stand; it sits on your desk and can be angled anywhere from flat on the desk to perpendicular with one hand. There's a small lever at the back, just left of middle, which you pull up to move it and let go to lock in place, making it easy to go from using it vertically as a basic monitor to angled down for tablet use.
Resolution's not especially high for a 19" monitor - at 1440 x 900 (it's lower than the resolution of my 17" laptop), but the screen quality is perfect; looking at competitors on the market, you'd have to spend a lot more to get resolution any higher.
In order to get the best out of it, make sure you've set your graphics output to match the screen resolution. When I first plugged it in I was underwhelmed (it looked fuzzy/blurry) until I realised the PC had defaulted to too high a resolution which was being downgraded for the monitor. Once I got this set correctly the image was perfectly crisp and clear.
If you're looking to upgrade your Photoshop setup, this is a great choice - I'm very pleased with mine and can't really fault it at all.
Few things to be aware of...
This item is heavy, and takes up a lot of space on a desk. That said it angles very nicely for drawing
It worked first time with my MacBook Pro and all apps, I primarily use Manga Studio 5, but it's fine with photoshop and illustrator too. I did need to select the correct colour profile for it in my mac settings, but this didn't take long. I didn't experience any problems with drivers.
Resolution isn't the highest, but it works well considering the screen size and is sharp overall.
Due to the thickness of the glass on the screen, there is sometimes small inconsistencies between the cursor on the screen and where I've placed my pen. It's not interrupted my drawing flow however.
Pressure sensitivity works very well. I'm getting some very nice lines out of this bit of kit.
The pens need charging, but takes about 20 minutes and they haven't needed charging since (2 months on).
I'm not working as a pro, and was looking for a piece of kit I could learn with and get started quickly to support some illustration projects I'm working on. Overall I've been impressed with this tablet and it's worked far better than I expected it too. Lack of tilt support and the screen resolution would probably put off the pros (although I've seen some pros using Ugee products), but considering I paid a fraction of the price compared to a Cintiq the Ugee product is pretty awesome :)
Box was slightly ripped so I was a bit worried that tbe product might be damaged but it was alright.
Would recommend 👍🏻