9 Best Drawing Tablets for A Digital Artist Seeking the Perfect Canvas [2020 Update]

Although they say ‘a poor craftsman always blames his tools’, it doesn’t mean one can never blame the tools. Even though ‘art’ comes from within the artist, bringing it to life does require the right tools. Whether you are a beginner trying out digital art or a professional in this field, there is no reason why you should invest in anything but the best.

So whether you are looking for a graphic tablet, pen display, or a standalone drawing tab, here is a compilation of the best drawing tablets that money can buy.

XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro

Which ones did we choose? And why?

There are a whole lot of things to check before a drawing tablet – size, screen, weight, price – but the specifics vary from person to person. The size or type of device you are comfortable working with entirely depends on you. So, our top picks consist of overall great performers keeping all features in mind.

Tablet

Type

Working Area

Express Keys

System Compatibility

XP-Pen Artist 12 Pro

Pen display

10.09 x 5.67 inches (256.3 x 144.1 mm)

8 (customizable) and 1 roller wheel

Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X 10.10 and above

XP-PEN Artist 15.6 Pro

Pen display

13.55 x 7.62 inches (344.16 x 193.6 mm)

8 (customizable) and 1 roller wheel

Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X 10.10 and above

Huion Inspiroy H950P

Graphic tablet (without screen)

8.7 x 5.43 inches (221 x 138 mm)

8 (customizable)

Windows 7 or later, Mac OS 10.12 or later, and Android 6.0 or later

Huion Kamvas GT-191

Pen display

17.12 x 9.4 inches (434.88 x 238.68 mm)

None

Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS X10.11 or above

Gaomon PD1560

Pen display

13.55 x 7.62 inches (344.16 x 193.59 mm)

10 (customizable)

Windows 7 (or above)/ Mac OS 10.12 (or above)

Wacom Cintiq Pro 13

Wacom Cintiq Pro 16

Wacom Cintiq Pro 24

Wacom Cintiq Pro 32

Pen display

[Cintiq Pro 13] 11.57 x 6.54 inches (294 x 166 mm)
[Cintiq Pro 16] 13.58 x 7.64 inches (345 x 194 mm)
[Cintiq Pro 24] 20.55 x 11.57 inches (522 X 294 mm)
[Cintiq Pro 32] 27.44 x 15.43 inches (697 X 392 mm)

None on the device (17 programmable keys and touch ring on optional ExpressKey remote)

Windows 7 or higher, Mac OS X 10.12 or above

Wacom Intuos

Graphic tablet (without screen)

5.98 x 3.74 inches (152 x 95 mm - small), 8.5 x 5.31 inches (216 x 135 mm - medium)

4 (customizable)

Windows 7, 8.1 or 10 (excluding Windows 10 S; latest service pack/build), Mac OS X 10.11 or later (latest update), Android smartphone and/or tablet (OS version 6.0 and above)

Parblo Coast 13

Pen display

11.57 x 6.51 inches (293.76 x 165.24 mm)

8 (customizable) and 1 roller wheel

Windows 7,8,10, Mac OS 10.11-10.15

Apple iPad Pro

Standalone tablet

12.9” (327.66 mm - diagonal)

None

iPad OS 12 (upgradable to 13.4)

This 11.6” (294.64 mm) pen display is one of the best ones XP-Pen has made so far. There are larger screens available, but this is the best choice for artists because it has a great build quality and comes at a reasonable price. In the box, you get a PA2 battery-free pen with 8 replacement nibs, penholder, USB cable, power adapter, and drawing glove.


All you need to do is connect the device to your computer; it does not need an external power source. The display looks neat and color saturation is good. The express keys are all customizable, so you can assign whatever shortcut you like. The roller wheel is very satisfying to use and changes brush thickness.

With 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, drawing is a delight. The pen is comfortable to use and has 60 degrees of tilt support. The material provides a nice grip and the two buttons are very conveniently positioned on the side.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 13.84 x 8.87 x 0.51 inches (351.5 x 225.4 x 12.9 mm)
  • Working area: 10.09 x 5.67 inches (256.3 x 144.1 mm)
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Weight: 3.31 pounds (1501 g)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: ≥ 200 RPS
  • Pen reading height: 10 mm
  • Viewing angle: 178 degrees
  • Express keys: 8 (customizable) and 1 roller wheel
  • System compatibility: Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X 10.10 and above

Reasons to buy this:

  • Overall performance is great and the device is easy to set up.
  • The laminated screen looks nice. The resolution is good and you get minimal parallax.
  • It has a short response time, so if you constantly need to keep changing brushes and colors, the transition is quick and smooth.
  • For the given price, you get a lot of great features.

Or consider something else:

  • If you want a portable device, there are lighter options with the same screen size. It is not a big device, so you can move it from desk to desk. However, this is not the best option to carry in your backpack.

This is a larger, more expensive version of the Artist 12 Pro. The Artist 15.6 Pro is a 15.6” (394.24 mm) pen display is for those who enjoy working with large screens.


If you work with intricate details and large-scale illustrations, you will love this screen. It has a great 1920 x 1080 resolution and high color range, so your art looks its best. It is laminated, which significantly reduces the distance between the nib of your pen and where you can see the lines appear on the screen.

The tablet has 8 programmable express keys on one side and a roller wheel that can also be customized. Provided the screen is quite large, the device is overall not that heavy and has a nice design. There is an anti-glare protective film on the screen that keeps it from being scratched.


In the box, you will find the P05R battery-free pen, pen holder, 8 replacement nibs, drawing glove, USB cable, extension cable, power adapter, and a tablet stand. This pen has a rubbery coating at the front half, which provides a good grip and two buttons on the side. It is light and comfortable to hold and draw with.


There are 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and 60 degrees of tilt support, which makes drawing almost effortless. Even setting up the device for the time is very easy – you can find all the drivers on their website. Users have hardly reported any issues working with this regularly. This is one of the best drawing tablets with screen that will not cost you a fortune.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.5 inches (443 x 280 x 12.6 mm)
  • Working area: 13.55 x 7.62 inches (344.16 x 193.6 mm)
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Weight: 3.31 pounds (1501 g)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: ≥ 200 RPS
  • Pen reading height: 10 mm
  • Viewing angle: 178 degrees
  • Express keys: 8 programmable keys and 1 roller wheel
  • System compatibility: Windows 7 and above, Mac OS X 10.10 and above

Reasons to buy this:

  • Even though it is more expensive than the Artist 12 Pro, the price is justified. In fact, it is pretty affordable compared to tablets of other brands this size.
  • There is almost no complaint you can have against the large laminated screen.
  • All the express keys are lined up on one side. However, you can change the settings to rotate the screen 180 degrees, if you are left-handed.

Or consider something else:

  • Only if you have a specific requirement that this device cannot fulfill (and that is unlikely).

Huion has made some great devices in the past few years, especially in the Inspiroy range. The H950P is a simple and well-designed graphic tablet with approximately 10” (254 mm - diagonal) working space. The device is slim, light, and easy to carry around in your backpack.


In the box, you will find a battery-free pen (PW100), micro USB cable, penholder, and 8 replacement nibs. It is very easy to set up; the drivers are available on their website. There are eight customizable express keys on the side. They sit flat on the tab and are quite tactile.

After the Wacom Intuos, this is probably the best drawing tablet for beginners. In fact, in many ways, I feel like this is even better. It is larger, has more express keys, and comes in a very similar price range. The pen that comes with the tab is very light and comfortable to use. The device also supports a tilt function that is more commonly found in pen displays.


You can also connect this tab with your android device. However, that brings your working area down to 3.4 x 5.43 inches (86.3 x 138 mm - about the size of your phone screen). Most people use it with a laptop and that gives you enough space to draw on.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 12.63 x 7.43 x 0.31 inches (320.8 x 188.8 x 8 mm)
  • Working area: 8.7 x 5.43 inches (221 x 138 mm)
  • Pen resolution: 5080 LPI
  • Weight: 1.09 pounds (497 g)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: 233 PPS
  • Pen reading height: 10 mm
  • Express keys: 8 programmable keys
  • System compatibility: Windows 7 or later, Mac OS 10.12 or later, and Android 6.0 or later

Reasons to buy this:

  • However much you can expect from a decent graphic tablet, you get it all in this device. (You should know graphic tablet without screen don’t often have tilt support.)
  • It is light, portable, and has a simplistic design.
  • The matte finish gives you a paper-like feel, which doesn’t sound like a big deal but is something you will appreciate.
  • It costs way too little for a tab.

Or consider something else:

  • It can be hard to concentrate when your pen in on the tab, but the drawing is appearing on your computer. If this is your case, we suggest you look at pen displays.
  • If you need a larger working area, there are other options out there (but those come at a higher price).

This device is another one for those who love large screens. The Huion Kamvas GT-191 is a 19.5” (495.3 mm - diagonal) pen display for as much detail as you want to add to your drawings. This large device is an IPS LCD panel with nice, slim bezels and looks pretty much like an extra monitor.


In the box, you will find the PE330 digital pen, pen holder, 8 replacement nibs, USB cable, pen charging cable, power adapter, screen protector, and a stand. The stand, unlike many others, can be adjusted within the 20-80 degrees range. This helps since the viewing angle on the tablet is not that great, so you will need to adjust the stand for a perfect setting.

The high-resolution display lets you create large images without having to move the page. This is suitable for professional artists and illustrators. The screen is glossy and it does feel like drawing on a glass screen, unlike other graphic tablets. The screen also has an anti-glare screen protector to prevent smudges and scratches.


The PE330 pen is comfortable to use, although it has no tilt support. However, the pressure sensitivity is very precise and the pen might take some getting used to. There is no eraser but two buttons on the side, which is also something you get used to easily. There is some parallax but that’s not distracting.


Device Specs:

  • Dimensions: 18.7 x 11.7 x 1.4 inches (474.98 x 297.18 x 35.56 mm)
  • Working area: 17.12 x 9.4 inches (434.88 x 238.68 mm)
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Weight: 7.28 pounds (3300 g - with stand)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: 233 PPS
  • Pen reading height: 12 mm
  • Viewing angle: 89 degrees
  • Express keys: None
  • System compatibility: Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac OS X10.11 or above, and is compatible with all major programs

Reasons to buy this:

  • It is a very large screen that comes at a reasonable price.
  • This is a heavy and solid device, so once it’s fixed in place, you can lean your hand on it while drawing without worrying about it sliding off.
  • Overall performance is rather high quality and it is perfect for detailed artwork. Despite the parallax issue, strokes are pretty accurate on this device.

Or consider something else:

  • If you want a portable device.
  • If you need shortcut keys to work with. You will need to place this tab in front of you and move your keyboard to the side so switching tools, changing colors, undo – all these actions will be a bit troublesome.
  • The pen needs charging. The battery does last pretty long, but if you forget to charge it and have to pause in the middle of illustrations, it can be a hassle. So if that might be an issue for you and/or if you prefer working with a passive stylus, this is not the product for you.

Unlike other brands (such as Wacom or XP-PEN), Gaomon was able to lead very few of its products to success. One of those if the Gaomon PD1560 that has been loved by both amateur and professional users. This is a 15.6” (396.24 mm) pen display with an IPS LCD screen.


In the box, you will find the ArtPaint battery-powered pen, pen holder, 8 replacement nibs, pen charger, USB cable and a tablet stand. The stand can be adjusted, which is great. The screen does not have a wide range of viewing angles, so it helps that the stand can be adjusted.

There is a protective film on the screen that many users have found to be an interference. You can choose to keep it or remove it but it protects the screen against scratches, so keeping it might be a good idea. Other than that, this is a high-resolution tab and the screen is comfortable to work with. The device is light considering the screen size, but not exactly portable.


The AP40 digital pen has a nice design. It is light and fun to draw with. There is no eraser, but the buttons on the side let you switch from brush to eraser mode and vice versa.


There are ten express keys, all customizable, and that means even more convenience. However, since the keys line up on one side, it may be an issue for left-handed users. To solve that issue, you can change the setting and rotate the screen 180 degrees. These settings, along with other settings for this device are easy to change once you install the drivers.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 17.81 x 9.92 x 0.77 inches (452.4 x 252 x 19.5 mm)
  • Working area: 13.55 x 7.62 inches (344.16 x 193.59 mm)
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Weight: 3.48 pounds (1580 g)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: 233 PPS
  • Pen reading height: 10 mm
  • Viewing angle: 89 degrees
  • Express keys: 10 (customizable)
  • System compatibility: Windows 7 (or above)/ Mac OS 10.12 (or above)

Reasons to buy this:

  • You get a large screen for an affordable price.
  • There are 10 express keys that you can customize as you wish. You don’t always get this many.

Or consider something else:

  • This is not a very high-end product. It has some good features and is a decent device overall – there is nothing extraordinary about it. What you get is a satisfactory performance and an affordable price range.

Wacom Cintiq Pro

Wacom Cintiq has probably been a nightmare for other drawing tablet brands since people just cannot stop talking about it. The entire Cintiq range has some great tablets and the Cintiq Pro is even more upgraded.


There are four screen sizes you can choose from – 13.3” (337.82 mm), 15.6” (396.24 mm), 23.6” (599.44 mm), 31.5” (800.1 mm). The larger sizes have a higher resolution and a shorter response time. All the tablets have an IPS LCD display that give you high-quality results. Except for the Cintiq Pro 13, all the others have an ultra HD display, which has excellent color calibration and is perfect for professional artwork.


In the box, you get the battery-free Wacom Pro Pen 2, penholder, 10 replacement nibs, USB cable, power cable, and power adapter. There are no express keys on any of the devices, but there are 17 customizable keys and a touch ring on ExpressKey Remote. It does not come in the box, but is definitely a good accessory to add.


The pen has a smooth seamless design with two buttons on the side. The shape is comfortable to hold and provides a good grip. The nibs are well rounded, and allows for a smooth drawing experience. It provides tilt support and there is very little jitter when drawing slowly.


These devices are great for detailed artwork and are mostly used by professionals. They are not designed to be carried around, so are somewhat heavy. The Cintiq Pro 32 is probably one of the largest displays you will find. It has a touch display, where you can pinch to zoom in or zoom out on the screen just like your phone. The Cintiq Pro 24 comes with a variation of touch and non-touch display models. You will not get this option with the smaller sizes.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions:
    • Cintiq Pro 13 – 14.17 x 9.25 x 0.55 inches (360 x 235 x 13.9 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 16 – 16.14 x 10.43 x 0.69 inches (410 x 265 x 17.5 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 24 – 26.65 x 15.51 x 1.85 inches (677 x 394 x 47 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 32 –33.62 x 19.92 x 2.1 inches (854 x 506 x 53.25 mm)
  • Working area:
    • Cintiq Pro 13 – 11.57 x 6.54 inches (294 x 166 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 16 – 13.58 x 7.64 inches (345 x 194 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 24 – 20.55 x 11.57 inches (522 X 294 mm)
    • Cintiq Pro 32 – 27.44 x 15.43 inches (697 X 392 mm)
  • Resolution:
    • Cintiq Pro 13 – 1920 x 1080 (full HD)
    • Cintiq Pro 16 and Cintiq Pro 24 and Cintiq Pro 32 – 3840 x 2160 (ultra HD)
  • Weight:
    • Cintiq Pro 13 – 2.43 pounds (1100 g)
    • Cintiq Pro 16 – 4.19 pounds (1900 g)
    • Cintiq Pro 24 – 15.43 pounds (7000 g)
    • Cintiq Pro 32 – 28.66 pounds (13000 g)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Response time:
    • Cintiq Pro 13 – 30 ms
    • Cintiq Pro 16 – 25 ms
    • Cintiq Pro 24 – 12 ms
    • Cintiq Pro 32 – 8 ms
  • Viewing angle:
    • Cintiq 13 – 160 degrees
    • Cintiq 16 – 176 degrees
    • Cintiq 24 – 176 degrees
    • Cintiq 32 – Up to 64 degrees (vertical), 26-90 degrees (horizontal)
  • Express keys: None on the device, 17 programmable keys and touch ring on ExpressKey remote (optional)
  • System requirements: Windows 7 or higher, Mac OS X 10.12 or above

Reasons to buy this:

  • This should be your first choice if you want a high-end digital drawing tablet; these are the top quality ones.
  • You get a variety of sizes with very similar features. The entire Cintiq Pro range is a group of premium devices.
  • Wacom Pro pens are one of the best ones in the market.

Or consider something else:

  • If you are looking for a portable device, neither of these will do.
  • If you want something at a lower price range, there are other brands you can consider.

Wacom is the go-to brand for many when it comes to digital drawing pads. The Wacom Intuos has been loved by artists ever since it was launched and is still the favorite of many. Despite the fact that this device is the simplest form of a graphic tablet, the end results are remarkable (but of course, a lot depends on the artist).


There are two size available with the only differences in the price. The Intuos M (medium) is Bluetooth-enabled, so you do not need any cables or wires to connect it. The Intuos S (small), on the other hand, comes in both wired and Bluetooth variations. The Bluetooth-enabled models have a non-removable battery that give at least 15 hours of usage on a single charge.

In the box, you will find the Wacom Pen 4K with replacement nibs, and charging/USB cable. The pen does not have an eraser but two buttons on the side. It is light and comfortable to use. The back of the pen holds 3 extra nibs under the cap, so they are always with you.


Since the express keys are at the top, there is no issue whether you are right or left-handed. The keys are customizable, but the shortcuts you assign have to be specific to whichever application you’re using. There are not many fancy features, or any fancy features, to be honest. Yet, it is very comfortable to work with and one of the best graphic tablets till date.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 7.87 x 6.3 x 0.35 inches (200 x 160 x 8.8 mm - small), 10.4 x 7.87 x 0.35 inches (264 x 200 x 8.8 mm - medium)
  • Working area: 5.98 x 3.74 inches (152 x 95 mm - small), 8.5 x 5.31 inches (216 x 135 mm - medium)
  • Pen resolution: 2540 LPI
  • Weight: 0.51/0.55 pounds (230g/250g - small), 0.90 pounds (410g - medium)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 4096 levels
  • Report rate: 133 PPS
  • Express keys: 4 (customizable)
  • System compatibility: Windows 7, 8.1 or 10 (excluding Windows 10 S; latest service pack/build), Mac OS X 10.11 or later (latest update), Android smartphone and/or tablet (OS version 6.0 and above)

Reasons to buy this:

  • This is one of the best graphic tablets for beginners – basic but practical.
  • The device is light, slim and has a simplistic design.
  • It is really affordable.

Or consider something else:

  • If you create a more complicated kind of artwork that requires multiple color layers or very accurate details, you might want to go for a pen display.
  • If you need a larger working area or more shortcut keys, there are other options as well as other brands.

This is another budget alternative to the high-end Cintiq tablets, although not as high-end in comparison. The Parblo Coast 13 is a 13.3” (337.82 mm) LCD display that is sort of a puzzling choice – there aren’t many special features but it is still a perfectly good device to have.


The design is pretty clean and it is not bulky. It is somewhat weighty, but still suitable to carry because of the material. There are 8 programmable express keys lined on one side and a roller wheel in the middle. The roller wheel is not customizable and is not really smooth. It has a click feedback, but you have to press it to move it and that’s not always easy.

In the box, you will find the pen in a pen case with 6 replacement nibs, a USB cable and driver CD. The pen has a nice smooth body with a matte finish. There is an eraser at the back. Unlike other digital pens, the buttons on the side are quite flat, so it does not feel like a barrier when drawing, but can be hard to locate at times. You can only customize one of the two buttons. Overall performance of the pen is satisfactory and pressure sensitivity is quite accurate.


Initial experience with this device is nothing less than great, but if you have used other Wacom or XP-Pen products before, you will notice a difference in quality. However, that is not a total deal-breaker and you won’t actually have any major complaints with its performance.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 14.96 x 9.45 x 0.55 inches (380 x 240 x 14 mm)
  • Working area: 11.57 x 6.51 inches (293.76 x 165.24 mm)
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Weight: 2.20 pounds (1000 g - with stand)
  • Pressure sensitivity: 8192 levels
  • Report rate: 200 RPS
  • Pen reading height: 5-15 mm
  • Viewing angle: 170 degrees
  • Express keys: 8 (customizable) and 1 roller wheel
  • System compatibility: Windows 7,8,10 or Mac OS 10.11-10.15

Reasons to buy this:

  • You get a decent display with good features at a reasonable price.
  • The build quality of this device is pretty solid and you can tell it’s durable by the looks of it.
  • Simple and easy to use.

Or consider something else:

  • If you want a high-end device.
  • The express keys are lined on one side that may be a hassle for left-handed users, since there is no option to rotate the screen. It doesn’t seem like a big issue, but it can be cumbersome if you’re drawing for long hours.

One cannot talk about tablets and not mention Apple. Even when the topic is as specific as best digital art tablets, Apple is worth a mention. The iPad Pro 3rd generation is an all-rounder. The advent of graphic tablets probably happened because other tablet computers were not fir for artwork and such. The iPad Pro, however, is fit for everything.


Just a reminder that since this device is pretty much in a different category, it cannot be compared to the others based on specs. So our recommendation is based on screen, pen and overall drawing experience.

Needless to say, this is a standalone drawing tablet, so unlike the others in this list, this one does not need to be connected to a computer. In the box, you will find the tablet itself and a charging cable. This 3rd gen device is a 12.9” (327.66 mm) Retina HD display that is as slim as they get. The metallic body has a thickness of 5.9 mm and is super light to carry.


It supports the Apple Pencil 2nd gen, which is an upgrade on the 1st gen. The pencil needs to be bought separately and is yet another sleek piece of gadget. It has a matte finish and a seamless design. It is light and easy to work with – totally feels like a pencil. It has a hard and rounded tip, unlike other digital pens, and feels smooth to draw with. It has tilt support but no buttons. It includes a small touch-sensitive area near the head to switch between tools. It is not a passive pen and attaches to the side of the iPad Pro for charging.


The display is laminated; it has a great resolution and there is virtually no lag seen while drawing. The laminated display also makes it suitable to be used outdoors. This device has a 4/6 GB RAM and 9720 mAh battery, so you can work on it for long hours wherever inspiration strikes. There is also 128 GB of internal storage that can keep all your art on the device, however large the file.


The device also has a great camera, audio and other tablet features. When you buy this, you will see how multipurpose this device can be and you will love every feature. However, the iPad Pro has become a go-to option for many artists because the display is remarkable, and the new Apple Pencil and the tab work so effortlessly together.


Device specs:

  • Dimensions: 11.05 x 8.46 x 0.23 inches (280.6 x 214.9 x 5.9 mm)
  • Working area: 12.9” (327.66 mm - diagonal)
  • Resolution: 2732 x 2048 pixels
  • Weight: 1.41 pounds (641 g - Wi-Fi), 1.42 pounds (643 g - Wi-Fi + cellular)
  • RAM: 4 GB or 6 GB
  • Internal Memory: 128 / 256 / 512 GB / 1 TB
  • Battery: 9720 mAh
  • Operating system: iPad OS 12 (upgradable to the 13.4)

Reasons to buy this:

  • Because it’s Apple – Okay, that’s not a legitimate reason, but the brand does guarantee you a quality product with good hardware and constant software updates. That only makes things better.
  • The Liquid Retina display is a delight to draw on.
  • It is super light, slim and fits in almost any bag.
  • You get a lot of other things along with a great drawing tablet, all in one.

Or consider something else:

  • This is a full-fledged (less powerful) computer. If you have a tight budget and don’t need another gadget, you might want a traditional pen display.
  • If you want to use any particular applications that are only supported by Windows.
  • If you want express keys, this does not have any.
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