Advice on drawing tablets
Which drawing tablet fits best with my use?
If you are a novice artist or edit hobby photos, we recommend a Wacom Intuos or a Trust drawing tablet. These drawing tablets are relatively inexpensive to purchase and work well with software such as Adobe PhotoShop or SketchBook Pro.
- User and budget friendly
- No multi-touch for easy rotation and zooming
If you want to digitally or frequently digitally draw or edit photos, we recommend the Wacom Intuos Pro. This drawing tablet has all the functionalities of the regular Intuos line and also has a number of extra advantages.
- With multi-touch zoom and rotate your design easily
- To use the drawing tablet, you have a laptop or a computer with an external monitor
Professional at a fixed workplace
If you want to design professionally at a fixed workplace such as: drawing, editing photos or creating 3D models, we recommend looking at a Wacom Cintiq. The big difference with the other product lines is that the screen in the tablet is processed, so you can draw directly on it.
- Design directly on a built-in screen \ n- To use the drawing tablet, you have a laptop or computer required
Professional mobile use
If you want to design anywhere as a professional, you choose the MobileStudio Pro. To use this drawing tablet, you do not need a desktop or laptop. This is how you work on your drawing tablet with creative ideas when you're on the train or in your favorite coffee shop.
- You do not need a laptop or computer to design
- Without a standard you do not easily put the drawing tablet down
When you choose a drawing tablet it is important that you ask yourself what and for what way you will use the drawing tablet. For example, there are models that are fine if you sketch out on a hobby. But there are also more advanced drawing tablets with which you can design professionally. In addition, you still have the choice between a drawing tablet that you need to connect to a computer and the models you use to get started on the go.