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2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in

2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in

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2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
2020 HUION Kamvas Pro 24 Drawing Monitor 2.5K Resolution QHD Pen Display Full Laminated Screen Anti-Glare Glass 20 Express Keys with Dual Touch Bar Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pressure Sensitivity-23.8in
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Features

  • 2.5K Resolution -As the largest drawing monitor of Huion, Kamvas pro 24 should be an indispensable part of your studio. The 23.8-inch QHD screen is large enough to show you everything easily. It can also save your time from frequent switching windows and zooming pictures, which will highly improve your working efficiency.
  • 23.8" Screen with QHD Resolution-The immersive 23.8 inch screen boasts 2.5K (2560x1440) QHD resolution enables every detail of your work to be presented clearly and cicidly on Kamvas Pro 24. Besides, with its screen size adheres to the golden ratio, Kamvas pro 24 will offer you a stunning viewing experience.
  • Wide-Gamut Color-120% sRGB color combined with16.7 million display colors enables your work to be presented in a more vivid way, which can be further enhanced with the help of the 5080 LPI Pen Resolution. Such high quality imaging will be visible from different angles as the scteen boasts 178 viewing angle.
  • Full-Laminated Screen -Without parallax or any air gap inside under the screen. Which means you will get a pretty clearly and beautiful view even when its under the super bright area, perform better. The top layer is laminated with the screen followed, make it seamless. Reduced thickness improves visual quality, no dust inside, pictures on screen looks alike painted on outdoors. With 1920 x 1080 FHD display 16.7 million colors, 120%sRGB gamut 178viewing angle, boost performance.
  • Anti-Glare-Screen-Kamvas pro 24 is equipped with a chemical etched anti-glare glass, helps prevent sun and light glare on a screen, especially in a bright area. It can basically cut down the light from a light source. Reduces contrast and in turn causes lesser stress on your eyes thus allowing you to work on the device for a longer period with reduced strain. Huion has developed this anti-glare tech first in industry, has the most mature manufacturing and gained reputation.

Package Dimensions: 30.4 x 21.1 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight: 22 pounds


Manufacturer: ShenZhen Huion Animation Technology Co., LTD


Date First Available: June 2, 2020


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Features

  • 2.5K Resolution -As the largest drawing monitor of Huion, Kamvas pro 24 should be an indispensable part of your studio. The 23.8-inch QHD screen is large enough to show you everything easily. It can also save your time from frequent switching windows and zooming pictures, which will highly improve your working efficiency.
  • 23.8" Screen with QHD Resolution-The immersive 23.8 inch screen boasts 2.5K (2560x1440) QHD resolution enables every detail of your work to be presented clearly and cicidly on Kamvas Pro 24. Besides, with its screen size adheres to the golden ratio, Kamvas pro 24 will offer you a stunning viewing experience.
  • Wide-Gamut Color-120% sRGB color combined with16.7 million display colors enables your work to be presented in a more vivid way, which can be further enhanced with the help of the 5080 LPI Pen Resolution. Such high quality imaging will be visible from different angles as the scteen boasts 178 viewing angle.
  • Full-Laminated Screen -Without parallax or any air gap inside under the screen. Which means you will get a pretty clearly and beautiful view even when its under the super bright area, perform better. The top layer is laminated with the screen followed, make it seamless. Reduced thickness improves visual quality, no dust inside, pictures on screen looks alike painted on outdoors. With 1920 x 1080 FHD display 16.7 million colors, 120%sRGB gamut 178viewing angle, boost performance.
  • Anti-Glare-Screen-Kamvas pro 24 is equipped with a chemical etched anti-glare glass, helps prevent sun and light glare on a screen, especially in a bright area. It can basically cut down the light from a light source. Reduces contrast and in turn causes lesser stress on your eyes thus allowing you to work on the device for a longer period with reduced strain. Huion has developed this anti-glare tech first in industry, has the most mature manufacturing and gained reputation.

Package Dimensions: 30.4 x 21.1 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight: 22 pounds


Manufacturer: ShenZhen Huion Animation Technology Co., LTD


Date First Available: June 2, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 2.5K Resolution -As the largest drawing monitor of Huion, Kamvas pro 24 should be an indispensable part of your studio. The 23.8-inch QHD screen is large enough to show you everything easily. It can also save your time from frequent switching windows and zooming pictures, which will highly improve your working efficiency.
  • 23.8" Screen with QHD Resolution-The immersive 23.8 inch screen boasts 2.5K (2560x1440) QHD resolution enables every detail of your work to be presented clearly and cicidly on Kamvas Pro 24. Besides, with its screen size adheres to the golden ratio, Kamvas pro 24 will offer you a stunning viewing experience.
  • Wide-Gamut Color-120% sRGB color combined with16.7 million display colors enables your work to be presented in a more vivid way, which can be further enhanced with the help of the 5080 LPI Pen Resolution. Such high quality imaging will be visible from different angles as the scteen boasts 178 viewing angle.
  • Full-Laminated Screen -Without parallax or any air gap inside under the screen. Which means you will get a pretty clearly and beautiful view even when its under the super bright area, perform better. The top layer is laminated with the screen followed, make it seamless. Reduced thickness improves visual quality, no dust inside, pictures on screen looks alike painted on outdoors. With 1920 x 1080 FHD display 16.7 million colors, 120%sRGB gamut 178viewing angle, boost performance.
  • Anti-Glare-Screen-Kamvas pro 24 is equipped with a chemical etched anti-glare glass, helps prevent sun and light glare on a screen, especially in a bright area. It can basically cut down the light from a light source. Reduces contrast and in turn causes lesser stress on your eyes thus allowing you to work on the device for a longer period with reduced strain. Huion has developed this anti-glare tech first in industry, has the most mature manufacturing and gained reputation.

Package Dimensions: 30.4 x 21.1 x 6.7 inches


Item Weight: 22 pounds


Manufacturer: ShenZhen Huion Animation Technology Co., LTD


Date First Available: June 2, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Koolhandmike - Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2020
A Poor man's Wacom or a Rich man's Huion?
I'm a lifelong Wacom user but my workhorse of almost a decade just went belly up. And rather than take out a second mortgage on the house just to get a new Wacom device. I decided to give the *ahem*, "competition" a shot. What I like: This thing is HUGE, I MEAN HUGE (it's a lot to take in), Tons of Pixels, Plenty of drawing space, Cheaper than a Wacom with an almost comparable experience (almost!), Tons of hotkeys (I'm able to separately customize both sides). Overall I'm very impressed with the drawing experience. Nice pen sensitivity and all that. What I don't like: Lack of multi-application support (seamlessy going from one application to the next without remapping hotkeys.), NO FELT NIBS = Not enough friction when drawing, it's too slick with the stock nibs. And the pen is bit light for my liking (also there's no eraser). And the lack of a USB port. If Huion made felt nibs for this, I think that would solve the stylus/friction issue. For now it's too slick for me. I plan on jerry-rigging an Elecom screen protector on this to give it a rough paper feel. If that works, I'll give this thing 5 stars, but for now it's 4. P.S. Are we still in the 90's? VGA output? Who still uses VGA? Seriously, dropped the ball with that one Huion.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Joshua Farkas - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
Wacom or Huion?
I'm a bit of a tablet snob. Starting with a Bamboo some 20 years I ago I picked up a small Intuos, then a big Intuos, and eventually a massive Cintiq 32". You know you have a problem when you dedicate a room to a machine that uses hydraulics to move. But over the years, as I tinkered away with pen pressure curves, I noticed that Wacom had lost their spark. Selling the successful product can build complacency, and each year I waited hoping they would debut something worth upgrading to. After watching them flounder on the tablet end (while iPad Pro ate their lunch) it was a reminder that they not only had a tech problem, but a customer care problem. The people they should be treating with reverence they now treat as disposable. It was disappointing from a company whom I loved buying their products. It is within this context that my Cintiq died and I was faced to look around. Is Wacom the best out there? In short, the Huion Kamvas does everything the Cintiq does, just better. It is smaller, lighter, doesn't require a $500 stand, has a lovely pen, and has great built-in software which works with your favorite apps. All of this makes it a better choice than the current Wacom options. Did I mention it is also over $1,500 cheaper too? Because it is. Love: • Beautiful tablet. This is a killer tablet that is fun to use. The display is bright and the setup is easy. • Size vs Bulk. The Cintiqs are monsters. This tablet is large, but not oppressively so. They aren't bulky. I oddly love this and it really has a mental impact on how much I enjoy drawing with it. • Pen software. Installing pen software drivers is never fun. But Huion's is really solid and does everything you might need well. • Side buttons. I love that the side buttons and strip don't have Leds or lights on them. For some reason, this looks so bad on other tablets and makes them warm to the touch. By removing this "feature" they made it better. • Comes with a stand. The Cintiq really needs a stand to be useful, which is an extra $500. This has a super delicate stand that comes with that is really perfect. Simple and understated, it is easy to adjust without looking at it which is the sign of a winning stand design! • Value. I can buy four Kamvas-es for the price of once Cintiq. This thing could die every year and I'd be able to grab a new one and still be ahead. Just to be safe I grabbed the insurance so I can return this if needed three years down the line. For $100, that is a great peace of mind. Didn't Love: • The edges. The edges of this tablet don't register taps or clicks very well. It can be especially challenging since most menus are located here. I've gotten used to this, but it is the closest thing to a real flaw this has. • Parallax. There is a bit of parallax on this screen, but while I thought this would make the Kamvas an instant return, it isn't so bad. While this isn't a Cintiq or iPad Pro, it worth the tradeoff. • Screen texture. The screen feels a bit slick to draw on. Wish it had more tooth to it, or an option to add in texture. • No felt tip pen nibs. I miss the feeling of these! The sad state of Wacom is that they have many viable competitors. They have no choice but to start innovating. And I wish them well. But I'd choose this pen display over a Cintiq if they were the same price. The fact that this is so much cheaper is a massive win for those looking to grow their art tools. I'm grateful to Huion for bringing such a remarkable pen display to market at a jaw-dropping price. Highest recommendations!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Nelson - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2020
Good so far
I’ve only been in possession of this tablet for a little over a week now. The screen feels very nice to draw on and I barely have to press on it to start drawing. Keep in mind I have never owned a cintiq, so I can’t compare this to the best tablet on the market. I upgraded from a surface pro 3 and this is a lot nicer. The UHD screen is nice and crisp even at ~24”. I don’t have a 4K screen so I can’t compare, but it’s very nice. The drivers were easy to install. Pro tip: if you open use your browser with this, set one of the pen’s buttons as a left click, cause it’s a little annoying to double tap the screen. If you’re getting this model I would also recommend you have a nice CPU. Also going from a 13” screen to this is drastically nicer. Despite what reviewers say a larger screen does make it easier to draw. You can actually use your shoulder to draw lines instead of drawing with your wrist and fingers.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ethan R - Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2020
I love this pen display
Ordered this tablet after considering the comparable, but more expensive, Cintiq tablets from Wacom. I'm a hobby artist that draws for fun, so I was looking for an affordable, 20+ inch pen display with accurate colors. While price was not an issue, I like to give underdog brands a chance, and the $1000+ I saved by not going Wacom was a big driving factor. I've used Huion products before, so I knew what I was getting into. The pen feels great against the etched glass. The lines go where I expect them to and taper nicely. Pressure sensitivity is good. The pen feels nice to hold, and I especially like that it is battery-free (my last Huion pen was not). The one thing I wish it had would be an eraser. One feature I miss when compared to my Surface Pro is touch gestures, but with the amount of express keys (and the two touch bars) this tablet offers, productivity isn't hindered too much. I've been enjoying this pen display quite a bit and do not regret choosing it over a similar Wacom product. I would make this purchase again. Just make sure you have room for this beast of a display!

Top Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Koolhandmike - Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2020
A Poor man's Wacom or a Rich man's Huion?
I'm a lifelong Wacom user but my workhorse of almost a decade just went belly up. And rather than take out a second mortgage on the house just to get a new Wacom device. I decided to give the *ahem*, "competition" a shot. What I like: This thing is HUGE, I MEAN HUGE (it's a lot to take in), Tons of Pixels, Plenty of drawing space, Cheaper than a Wacom with an almost comparable experience (almost!), Tons of hotkeys (I'm able to separately customize both sides). Overall I'm very impressed with the drawing experience. Nice pen sensitivity and all that. What I don't like: Lack of multi-application support (seamlessy going from one application to the next without remapping hotkeys.), NO FELT NIBS = Not enough friction when drawing, it's too slick with the stock nibs. And the pen is bit light for my liking (also there's no eraser). And the lack of a USB port. If Huion made felt nibs for this, I think that would solve the stylus/friction issue. For now it's too slick for me. I plan on jerry-rigging an Elecom screen protector on this to give it a rough paper feel. If that works, I'll give this thing 5 stars, but for now it's 4. P.S. Are we still in the 90's? VGA output? Who still uses VGA? Seriously, dropped the ball with that one Huion.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Joshua Farkas - Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
Wacom or Huion?
I'm a bit of a tablet snob. Starting with a Bamboo some 20 years I ago I picked up a small Intuos, then a big Intuos, and eventually a massive Cintiq 32". You know you have a problem when you dedicate a room to a machine that uses hydraulics to move. But over the years, as I tinkered away with pen pressure curves, I noticed that Wacom had lost their spark. Selling the successful product can build complacency, and each year I waited hoping they would debut something worth upgrading to. After watching them flounder on the tablet end (while iPad Pro ate their lunch) it was a reminder that they not only had a tech problem, but a customer care problem. The people they should be treating with reverence they now treat as disposable. It was disappointing from a company whom I loved buying their products. It is within this context that my Cintiq died and I was faced to look around. Is Wacom the best out there? In short, the Huion Kamvas does everything the Cintiq does, just better. It is smaller, lighter, doesn't require a $500 stand, has a lovely pen, and has great built-in software which works with your favorite apps. All of this makes it a better choice than the current Wacom options. Did I mention it is also over $1,500 cheaper too? Because it is. Love: • Beautiful tablet. This is a killer tablet that is fun to use. The display is bright and the setup is easy. • Size vs Bulk. The Cintiqs are monsters. This tablet is large, but not oppressively so. They aren't bulky. I oddly love this and it really has a mental impact on how much I enjoy drawing with it. • Pen software. Installing pen software drivers is never fun. But Huion's is really solid and does everything you might need well. • Side buttons. I love that the side buttons and strip don't have Leds or lights on them. For some reason, this looks so bad on other tablets and makes them warm to the touch. By removing this "feature" they made it better. • Comes with a stand. The Cintiq really needs a stand to be useful, which is an extra $500. This has a super delicate stand that comes with that is really perfect. Simple and understated, it is easy to adjust without looking at it which is the sign of a winning stand design! • Value. I can buy four Kamvas-es for the price of once Cintiq. This thing could die every year and I'd be able to grab a new one and still be ahead. Just to be safe I grabbed the insurance so I can return this if needed three years down the line. For $100, that is a great peace of mind. Didn't Love: • The edges. The edges of this tablet don't register taps or clicks very well. It can be especially challenging since most menus are located here. I've gotten used to this, but it is the closest thing to a real flaw this has. • Parallax. There is a bit of parallax on this screen, but while I thought this would make the Kamvas an instant return, it isn't so bad. While this isn't a Cintiq or iPad Pro, it worth the tradeoff. • Screen texture. The screen feels a bit slick to draw on. Wish it had more tooth to it, or an option to add in texture. • No felt tip pen nibs. I miss the feeling of these! The sad state of Wacom is that they have many viable competitors. They have no choice but to start innovating. And I wish them well. But I'd choose this pen display over a Cintiq if they were the same price. The fact that this is so much cheaper is a massive win for those looking to grow their art tools. I'm grateful to Huion for bringing such a remarkable pen display to market at a jaw-dropping price. Highest recommendations!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Nelson - Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2020
Good so far
I’ve only been in possession of this tablet for a little over a week now. The screen feels very nice to draw on and I barely have to press on it to start drawing. Keep in mind I have never owned a cintiq, so I can’t compare this to the best tablet on the market. I upgraded from a surface pro 3 and this is a lot nicer. The UHD screen is nice and crisp even at ~24”. I don’t have a 4K screen so I can’t compare, but it’s very nice. The drivers were easy to install. Pro tip: if you open use your browser with this, set one of the pen’s buttons as a left click, cause it’s a little annoying to double tap the screen. If you’re getting this model I would also recommend you have a nice CPU. Also going from a 13” screen to this is drastically nicer. Despite what reviewers say a larger screen does make it easier to draw. You can actually use your shoulder to draw lines instead of drawing with your wrist and fingers.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ethan R - Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2020
I love this pen display
Ordered this tablet after considering the comparable, but more expensive, Cintiq tablets from Wacom. I'm a hobby artist that draws for fun, so I was looking for an affordable, 20+ inch pen display with accurate colors. While price was not an issue, I like to give underdog brands a chance, and the $1000+ I saved by not going Wacom was a big driving factor. I've used Huion products before, so I knew what I was getting into. The pen feels great against the etched glass. The lines go where I expect them to and taper nicely. Pressure sensitivity is good. The pen feels nice to hold, and I especially like that it is battery-free (my last Huion pen was not). The one thing I wish it had would be an eraser. One feature I miss when compared to my Surface Pro is touch gestures, but with the amount of express keys (and the two touch bars) this tablet offers, productivity isn't hindered too much. I've been enjoying this pen display quite a bit and do not regret choosing it over a similar Wacom product. I would make this purchase again. Just make sure you have room for this beast of a display!