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This is definitely not targeted to you. These are targeted to professional artist who uses Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro, etc for their daily sketching needs. An iPad Pro is not in the same league. I consider the iPad Pro a general consumer grade toy. Sketching on the iPad Pro is archward and uncomfortable with the "pencil". The ergonomics is terrible and no professional artist can honestly say it can replace their Wacom tablet. The Microsoft Surface on the other hand comes very close but still lack tactile feel and ergonomics of the Wacom stylus.
I have been sketching on a Wacom for almost 20 years and have just about tried everything else. I've owned the Microsoft Surface Pro 1,2,3,4, & Book, iPad Pro 9.7"&12.9", Samsung Note (1,2,4,5 & 8) (8" 10", & 12"), Vaio Z-Canvas, HP Spectre 15, Dell Venue 8 Pro, and Samsung Series 7 Slate but I still go back to the Wacom Intous or Cintiq for my professional work. I really wanted to make the switch but as a professional, the Wacom is still the default. It's not about being a die hard fan but what the Wacom stylus provide. Wacom has really perfected the tool. The color accuracy is better and pen to screen is a lot closer on their new products. The new MobileStudio and Cintiq Pro are definitely on my list of next new purchase.
I would choose the Cintiq Pro 16" from this deal as it's the newest Wacom. It's screen and color accuracy is far better and have over 8K pen pressure sensitivity. The drawbacks of the older cintiq was the screen. It is dim and not very vibrant ( poor color accuracy) You still need another monitor to check the color of your drawings. The new Cintiq's I heard are leaps better when it comes to color and brightness. I wish the Microsft Surface Studio was a Cintiq. The display on the MS Studio is just gorgeous. That is about the closest thing that might make the professional to switch. The "pencil" is laughable and felt the least natural of all the sketchable tablet. It felt like the Dell Venue 8 Pro with the synaptic pen. Not an enjoyable experience.
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These are great but only if you use them. I've seen many friends go all out buying stuff to "become" artists only to never touch these things, so make sure you have the discipline and time to invest in it. A cheaper $50/100 tablet would be less committal and more portable.
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I never actually own one but from what I hear from artist these have more pressure sentivity and are the top of the line for drawing. The iPad Pro may be a better option if you're trying to get a tablet for other things besides drawing.
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You can get a new iPad pro for less then most of these...
I never actually own one but from what I hear from artist these have more pressure sentivity and are the top of the line for drawing. The iPad Pro may be a better option if you're trying to get a tablet for other things besides drawing.
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Fantastic deal
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Thanks OP.

Does the Corel suite include Corel Draw? I see no mention of it being included. Mildly incredible since this is a graphics tablet deal.
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These are great but only if you use them. I've seen many friends go all out buying stuff to "become" artists only to never touch these things, so make sure you have the discipline and time to invest in it. A cheaper $50/100 tablet would be less committal and more portable.
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Would be great if it wasn't buydig.com. For those who are looking at low price, know that they are a very shady outfit (beachcamera.com). I bought a Yi 4k from them. Less than 6 months later I needed to warranty it. After going back and forth and getting Yi involved, they eventually said they were sending it in for repair.

After two weeks later I called to find out status, and had to call up the ladder to the "Manager". Instead of repairing or replacing my camera, they said they would "send out a check in 7-9 days". We will see if that actually happens. Anyways 2 months later and still not any further.

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I wish I had a good reason to buy one of these. But alas.... I don't.

Super cool products though! There is no beating Wacom for a drawing tablet!
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Very tempted to buy that Cintiq Pro 16 but I am just worried about buying a refurb, especially from BuyDig. I might just wait and hope for a sale on a new one once the new 24" is released on the 19th.
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You can get a new iPad pro for less then most of these...
This is definitely not targeted to you. These are targeted to professional artist who uses Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro, etc for their daily sketching needs. An iPad Pro is not in the same league. I consider the iPad Pro a general consumer grade toy. Sketching on the iPad Pro is archward and uncomfortable with the "pencil". The ergonomics is terrible and no professional artist can honestly say it can replace their Wacom tablet. The Microsoft Surface on the other hand comes very close but still lack tactile feel and ergonomics of the Wacom stylus.
I have been sketching on a Wacom for almost 20 years and have just about tried everything else. I've owned the Microsoft Surface Pro 1,2,3,4, & Book, iPad Pro 9.7"&12.9", Samsung Note (1,2,4,5 & 8) (8" 10", & 12"), Vaio Z-Canvas, HP Spectre 15, Dell Venue 8 Pro, and Samsung Series 7 Slate but I still go back to the Wacom Intous or Cintiq for my professional work. I really wanted to make the switch but as a professional, the Wacom is still the default. It's not about being a die hard fan but what the Wacom stylus provide. Wacom has really perfected the tool. The color accuracy is better and pen to screen is a lot closer on their new products. The new MobileStudio and Cintiq Pro are definitely on my list of next new purchase.
I would choose the Cintiq Pro 16" from this deal as it's the newest Wacom. It's screen and color accuracy is far better and have over 8K pen pressure sensitivity. The drawbacks of the older cintiq was the screen. It is dim and not very vibrant ( poor color accuracy) You still need another monitor to check the color of your drawings. The new Cintiq's I heard are leaps better when it comes to color and brightness. I wish the Microsft Surface Studio was a Cintiq. The display on the MS Studio is just gorgeous. That is about the closest thing that might make the professional to switch. The "pencil" is laughable and felt the least natural of all the sketchable tablet. It felt like the Dell Venue 8 Pro with the synaptic pen. Not an enjoyable experience.
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You can get a new iPad pro for less then most of these...
You have no idea what these are for, iPad is a toy.
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None of these graphics tablets are self-contained like an iPad pro... you have to cable these tablets to some sort of computer... I prefer my take anywhere old Samsung Galaxy 10.1" 2014 tablet or iPad pro 12" to any kind of ball and chain graphics tablet...
This is a professional drawing tool, this is not a regular tablet. Don't comment negative if you have no idea
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The Artisul D16 is amazing. I bought one 3 weeks ago on Amazon and absolutely love it.
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