Huion GT-190

7 Reasons why Huion GT-190 is better

than the average

1.Clearly bigger screen size
19"vs 9" (the average)
vs 21.5" (best: Wacom Cintiq 22HD)
The bigger the screen size is, the better the user experience.
2.Has AMOLED display
Yesvs No (95% don't have it)
AMOLED displays, also known as active matrix OLED displays, offer higher refresh rates and consume less power than other types of displays.
3.Bigger working area
9 x 16.1"vs 6.8 x 11.2" (the average)
vs 12 x 19.2" (best: Wacom Intuos4 XL DTP)
The working area (or active surface area) is the sensitive part of the device that is used for drawing on.
4.Higher resolution drawing board
5080lpivs 4864lpi (the average)
vs 5080lpi (best: Huion W58)
The drawing board has a higher resolution, as measured in lines per inch. This means you can create higher resolution (more detailed) designs.
5.Uses electromagnetic resonance
Yesvs No (99% don't have it)
Devices which use electromagnetic resonance send radio signals between the device and the pen in order to track its position. This offers a high level of precision.
6.Has tilt sensitivity
Yesvs No (99% don't have it)
With tilt sensitivity you can change the angle of the pen to control things such as opacity.
7.Considerably lower power consumption on operation
36Wvs 54W (the average)
vs 0.35W (best: Huion K58)
How much power the device consumes when it's switched on.
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