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GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys

GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys

GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
GAOMON PD1560 15.6 Inches 8192 Levels Pen Display with Arm Stand 1920 x 1080 HD IPS Screen Drawing Tablet with 10 Shortcut Keys
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Features

  • 【FOR ONLINE TEACHING & MEETING】You can use PD1560 pen display for online education and remote meeting. It works with most online meeting programs, like Zoom, and so on. 【FOR DIGITAL ART & CREATION】-- It's not only for amatuer but also for professionalists for digital drawing, sketching, graphics design, 3D art work, animation, etc. 【FOR ANNOTATING AND SIGNATURE】--It is also broadly used in annotating and signing file in excel, word, pdf, ppt, etc.
  • 【10 EXPRESS KEYS & 8192 PEN PRESSURE SENSITIVITY】-- 10 shortcut keys are customizable . 8192 leves's pen pressure gives you better control of lines. About 2 hours to 2.5 hours for full charge of pen lasts 350hours work. 【PEN HOLDER & 8 NIBS】-- nibs are inside pen holder. 【HIGH QUALITY IPS FULL HD SCREEN】-- Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178°Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) 【PRE-APPLIED SCREEN FILM】- to protect the surface screen ,also providing paper-like drawing experience
  • 【ADJUSTABLE STAND】-- You can find a perfect and comfortable position by dragging the switch to adjust the angle of pen display . 【3-in-1 CABLE】-- To reduce the cable clutter.f there is no hdmi port on your computer, you need extra hdmi adapter. We don't recommend usb to hdmi adapter.
  • 【OS SUPPORT& PROGRAM COMPATIBILITY】-- Windows 7/8/10 or later, Mac OS 10.11 or later; compatible with most major drawing software. Works great Photoshop、Pant Tool SAI 2、Cilp Studio Paint, Illustrator、SketchBook Pro、MediBang Paint Pro, etc. 【FOR DIGITAL ART】-- It's a high quality product not only for beginners, but also for professionals. It's broadly used in photo editing, sketching, digital drawing,manga, animation, etc.
  • 【Others】---Please use extra hdmi adapter if there is no hdmi port on your computers. We don't usb to hdmi adapter. And better using one to one type hdmi adapter instead of multi ports hub. If you use Win system, please make sure there is no other brands tablet driver installed before installing GAOMON Driver.

Description

WARM PROMPT 1. Tablet Connection: 2. Extend & Duplicate: 3. Tips for Windows Users: 4. Tips For Mac Users: 5. GAOMON Tech Support: PD1560: 15.6 INCH IPS HD SCREEN 1920*1080 8192 PEN PRESSURE LEFT HAND SUPPORT DUAL/TRI MONITOR SUPPORT ADJUSTABLE MONITOR STAND -- 8192 pen pressure levels offers a more accurate and precise movement of the pen-slider, makes your drawing line smooth and natural. --The nibs are in the pen holder, the clip is integrated at the bottom of the pen holder. IPS Full HD Screen-- Resolution: 5080LPI Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178° Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) Display Area: 344.16 × 193.59mm(13.5*7.6 inch) Satisfy your needs on creative space. Ensures fineness, definition and accuracy of image color and lines One-Year Guaranty-- Guaranty service will be ensured only if the damage is not caused by man-made factor 10 Express Key --- There are 10 express keys available to be customized according to your own creative habits, it can make the operation more efficient, and save your precious time. 5 Menus Button ---- They are placed on the left side of the display: AUTO / + / - / MENU / POWER Left mode for Windows: Open GAOMON app -- Workspace -- Set 'rotation' angle to 180 ° in the right bottom Come to computer Screen Setting Page -- Select 'Screen Resolution' -- Select 'Horizontal (flip)' in the orientation column -- OK -- Click 'Keep Change' Left mode for the Mac: Open the GAOMON driver -- Workspace -- Set the rotation angle to 180 ° in the lower right corner -- Click on 'Displays' in Mac System Preference' -- Set 'Rotate' to 180 ° -- Click 'Apply' 1x Adjustable Stand 1x Protect Bag /// 1x Two-Finger Glove 1x AC Adapter /// 1x 3-in-1 Cable 1x Pen Holder /// 1x USA STD Adapter 1x Rechargeable Pen /// Quick Start Guide 1x Pen Charging Cable 8x Replacement Nibs & 1x Tip Clip (In the Pen Holder)


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand GAOMON


Item Weight 3.48 pounds


Package Dimensions 21.8 x 14.2 x 4.9 inches


Manufacturer GAOMON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION


ASIN B075WSRLC6


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 25, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,169 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #78 in Computer Graphics Tablets


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Features

  • 【FOR ONLINE TEACHING & MEETING】You can use PD1560 pen display for online education and remote meeting. It works with most online meeting programs, like Zoom, and so on. 【FOR DIGITAL ART & CREATION】-- It's not only for amatuer but also for professionalists for digital drawing, sketching, graphics design, 3D art work, animation, etc. 【FOR ANNOTATING AND SIGNATURE】--It is also broadly used in annotating and signing file in excel, word, pdf, ppt, etc.
  • 【10 EXPRESS KEYS & 8192 PEN PRESSURE SENSITIVITY】-- 10 shortcut keys are customizable . 8192 leves's pen pressure gives you better control of lines. About 2 hours to 2.5 hours for full charge of pen lasts 350hours work. 【PEN HOLDER & 8 NIBS】-- nibs are inside pen holder. 【HIGH QUALITY IPS FULL HD SCREEN】-- Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178°Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) 【PRE-APPLIED SCREEN FILM】- to protect the surface screen ,also providing paper-like drawing experience
  • 【ADJUSTABLE STAND】-- You can find a perfect and comfortable position by dragging the switch to adjust the angle of pen display . 【3-in-1 CABLE】-- To reduce the cable clutter.f there is no hdmi port on your computer, you need extra hdmi adapter. We don't recommend usb to hdmi adapter.
  • 【OS SUPPORT& PROGRAM COMPATIBILITY】-- Windows 7/8/10 or later, Mac OS 10.11 or later; compatible with most major drawing software. Works great Photoshop、Pant Tool SAI 2、Cilp Studio Paint, Illustrator、SketchBook Pro、MediBang Paint Pro, etc. 【FOR DIGITAL ART】-- It's a high quality product not only for beginners, but also for professionals. It's broadly used in photo editing, sketching, digital drawing,manga, animation, etc.
  • 【Others】---Please use extra hdmi adapter if there is no hdmi port on your computers. We don't usb to hdmi adapter. And better using one to one type hdmi adapter instead of multi ports hub. If you use Win system, please make sure there is no other brands tablet driver installed before installing GAOMON Driver.

Description

WARM PROMPT 1. Tablet Connection: 2. Extend & Duplicate: 3. Tips for Windows Users: 4. Tips For Mac Users: 5. GAOMON Tech Support: PD1560: 15.6 INCH IPS HD SCREEN 1920*1080 8192 PEN PRESSURE LEFT HAND SUPPORT DUAL/TRI MONITOR SUPPORT ADJUSTABLE MONITOR STAND -- 8192 pen pressure levels offers a more accurate and precise movement of the pen-slider, makes your drawing line smooth and natural. --The nibs are in the pen holder, the clip is integrated at the bottom of the pen holder. IPS Full HD Screen-- Resolution: 5080LPI Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178° Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) Display Area: 344.16 × 193.59mm(13.5*7.6 inch) Satisfy your needs on creative space. Ensures fineness, definition and accuracy of image color and lines One-Year Guaranty-- Guaranty service will be ensured only if the damage is not caused by man-made factor 10 Express Key --- There are 10 express keys available to be customized according to your own creative habits, it can make the operation more efficient, and save your precious time. 5 Menus Button ---- They are placed on the left side of the display: AUTO / + / - / MENU / POWER Left mode for Windows: Open GAOMON app -- Workspace -- Set 'rotation' angle to 180 ° in the right bottom Come to computer Screen Setting Page -- Select 'Screen Resolution' -- Select 'Horizontal (flip)' in the orientation column -- OK -- Click 'Keep Change' Left mode for the Mac: Open the GAOMON driver -- Workspace -- Set the rotation angle to 180 ° in the lower right corner -- Click on 'Displays' in Mac System Preference' -- Set 'Rotate' to 180 ° -- Click 'Apply' 1x Adjustable Stand 1x Protect Bag /// 1x Two-Finger Glove 1x AC Adapter /// 1x 3-in-1 Cable 1x Pen Holder /// 1x USA STD Adapter 1x Rechargeable Pen /// Quick Start Guide 1x Pen Charging Cable 8x Replacement Nibs & 1x Tip Clip (In the Pen Holder)


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand GAOMON


Item Weight 3.48 pounds


Package Dimensions 21.8 x 14.2 x 4.9 inches


Manufacturer GAOMON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION


ASIN B075WSRLC6


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 25, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,169 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #78 in Computer Graphics Tablets


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

  • 【FOR ONLINE TEACHING & MEETING】You can use PD1560 pen display for online education and remote meeting. It works with most online meeting programs, like Zoom, and so on. 【FOR DIGITAL ART & CREATION】-- It's not only for amatuer but also for professionalists for digital drawing, sketching, graphics design, 3D art work, animation, etc. 【FOR ANNOTATING AND SIGNATURE】--It is also broadly used in annotating and signing file in excel, word, pdf, ppt, etc.
  • 【10 EXPRESS KEYS & 8192 PEN PRESSURE SENSITIVITY】-- 10 shortcut keys are customizable . 8192 leves's pen pressure gives you better control of lines. About 2 hours to 2.5 hours for full charge of pen lasts 350hours work. 【PEN HOLDER & 8 NIBS】-- nibs are inside pen holder. 【HIGH QUALITY IPS FULL HD SCREEN】-- Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178°Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) 【PRE-APPLIED SCREEN FILM】- to protect the surface screen ,also providing paper-like drawing experience
  • 【ADJUSTABLE STAND】-- You can find a perfect and comfortable position by dragging the switch to adjust the angle of pen display . 【3-in-1 CABLE】-- To reduce the cable clutter.f there is no hdmi port on your computer, you need extra hdmi adapter. We don't recommend usb to hdmi adapter.
  • 【OS SUPPORT& PROGRAM COMPATIBILITY】-- Windows 7/8/10 or later, Mac OS 10.11 or later; compatible with most major drawing software. Works great Photoshop、Pant Tool SAI 2、Cilp Studio Paint, Illustrator、SketchBook Pro、MediBang Paint Pro, etc. 【FOR DIGITAL ART】-- It's a high quality product not only for beginners, but also for professionals. It's broadly used in photo editing, sketching, digital drawing,manga, animation, etc.
  • 【Others】---Please use extra hdmi adapter if there is no hdmi port on your computers. We don't usb to hdmi adapter. And better using one to one type hdmi adapter instead of multi ports hub. If you use Win system, please make sure there is no other brands tablet driver installed before installing GAOMON Driver.

Description

WARM PROMPT 1. Tablet Connection: 2. Extend & Duplicate: 3. Tips for Windows Users: 4. Tips For Mac Users: 5. GAOMON Tech Support: PD1560: 15.6 INCH IPS HD SCREEN 1920*1080 8192 PEN PRESSURE LEFT HAND SUPPORT DUAL/TRI MONITOR SUPPORT ADJUSTABLE MONITOR STAND -- 8192 pen pressure levels offers a more accurate and precise movement of the pen-slider, makes your drawing line smooth and natural. --The nibs are in the pen holder, the clip is integrated at the bottom of the pen holder. IPS Full HD Screen-- Resolution: 5080LPI Report Rate: 233PPS Viewing Angle: 178° Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080(16:9) Display Area: 344.16 × 193.59mm(13.5*7.6 inch) Satisfy your needs on creative space. Ensures fineness, definition and accuracy of image color and lines One-Year Guaranty-- Guaranty service will be ensured only if the damage is not caused by man-made factor 10 Express Key --- There are 10 express keys available to be customized according to your own creative habits, it can make the operation more efficient, and save your precious time. 5 Menus Button ---- They are placed on the left side of the display: AUTO / + / - / MENU / POWER Left mode for Windows: Open GAOMON app -- Workspace -- Set 'rotation' angle to 180 ° in the right bottom Come to computer Screen Setting Page -- Select 'Screen Resolution' -- Select 'Horizontal (flip)' in the orientation column -- OK -- Click 'Keep Change' Left mode for the Mac: Open the GAOMON driver -- Workspace -- Set the rotation angle to 180 ° in the lower right corner -- Click on 'Displays' in Mac System Preference' -- Set 'Rotate' to 180 ° -- Click 'Apply' 1x Adjustable Stand 1x Protect Bag /// 1x Two-Finger Glove 1x AC Adapter /// 1x 3-in-1 Cable 1x Pen Holder /// 1x USA STD Adapter 1x Rechargeable Pen /// Quick Start Guide 1x Pen Charging Cable 8x Replacement Nibs & 1x Tip Clip (In the Pen Holder)


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand GAOMON


Item Weight 3.48 pounds


Package Dimensions 21.8 x 14.2 x 4.9 inches


Manufacturer GAOMON TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION


ASIN B075WSRLC6


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 25, 2017


Customer Reviews 4.4 out of 5 stars 1,169 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #78 in Computer Graphics Tablets


abunda_amazon_reviews I've been a Wacom fan since I started on digital art, and always thought it was the best option, but it stayed like that till this tablet came in my mail. For not boring you, this is just spectacular, but if you want more detail, keep reading. Everything comes well packaged and secure, and the tablet includes everything you need. Even includes a screwdriver, so if you are like me (an exchange student with no tools in their room at the date I'm writing this), this lovely people will give you everything you need to set the whole thing up. The screen comes with a poorly attached screen protector that, to be honest, you can just peel it off because it doesn't feel bad drawing in the glass. The tablet also comes with a little stiff bag, more similar to a computer's case for you to move the device whenever you want, such a nice detail from Gaomon (you have to take off the stand to put the tablet in the little bag though). The cables are all together, meaning you won't have a mess in the desk. Also, the tablet doesn't come with a VGA port, so I'm still wondering how to use the two monitors option. A funny thing is that, before this tablet, I used to use a Wacom Intuos Pro 5 Large (which costs more than this tablet) and it didn't work in Photoshop, even when I reinstalled the drivers. But in this one , HO, I had to get used to the fact Photoshop worked, it was amazing! The drivers installation didn't give me any issue, after putting it in and restarting my PC, everything was good to go. The pressure sensitivity is incredible, it captured even small lines it was amazing. I just had one problem, and it's color calibration. I'm extremely dependent of color, and I need to have them as accurate as possible, so I struggled a whole day to get them to the closest to my computer. In fact, the colors are pretty accurate out of the box, and maybe I'm just a perfectionist, but still, keep the color calibration in mind when you buy this. Despite the colors, everything in this tablet impressed me, from the price, to the pressure sensitivity, to the cables, to the screen. Everything is worth every single dollar, not only because it's extremely affordable comparing it to other devices from the same size, but also because it's super professional. It's an amazing product, and not to flatter Gaomon, but they did an amazing job with this tablet. So yes, I really recommend the Gaomon PD1560 (which I named Bob because is shorter )to anyone who can afford it. It's really really worth it.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Worth every dollar;;Martina;;;I bought this tablet during the launch promo back in October, but I wanted to wait until the "shiny new toy" effect wore off before properly reviewing it. Sooo, here I am, after 200 hours of total use, a rambling wall of user experience that I'm calling a review, and with a couple attached sample photos of pieces done with the tablet. (And one side-by-side desktop wallpaper comparison that was NOT done by me, but was used to better show the color capabilities.) TL;DR version: I love it. Worth every penny--current price included. Usually with art monitors in the sub-$500 range, you will usually find some sort of quirk or shortcoming--such as poor displays with overblown colors or glitchy, defective hardware. Sometimes it will be serious enough to return the monitor and get a refund, and other times it's not serious enough to bother, but noticable enough to bug the shit out of you every time you use it. Fortunately, I've yet to find any faults like that with this art monitor. The colors and values the display throws out are 100% accurate and true. (And if for some reason they are not, they can be calibrated as easily as any other monitor) The screen quality itself is second to my MacBook Pro's retina display. Once everything's dialed in, you have to put your nose 3 inches away and compare them side by side to notice any difference. I've heard some reviewers mentioning the parts that the manufacturers used are actually intended for gaming displays. While that's both entirely hearsay and unverified, I would not be surprised if it were true. Gamers (especially PC gamers) tend to demand a lot from their gear, and I see nothing to fault in the display. As for the digitizer and stylus, both work flawlessly. There are over 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, and changes in pressure are super smooth. (arguably beyond human sensitivity, but erring on the side of unrestrictive is always good in my book.) The refresh rate is at least 60 Hz, and parallax is entirely nonexistent. One thing to note for those switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers: There is about 2mm of clearance between the display, and the actual contact surface of the monitor. It's something you may notice when switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers, but it's a common quirk with any art monitor, and overall pretty inconsequential. You'll get used to it and stop thinking about it within a single session. The display comes with a screen protector. And with t protector removed, the screen's surface is 100% glossy and smooth. With it on, the surface has a matte texture with a tooth not unlike drawing on cold-pressed watercolor paper. The protector has little adhesive tacks at each corner, so it is easily removed and reattached as you pay around and figure out which surface you prefer. As for the stylus: as someone who's used to passive styluses like you see with Wacom, I'm not fond of the idea of having to charge a stylus. But surprisingly, it's not been an issue. I don't know exactly how long the stylus lasts, but I tend to recharge it at the end of every session or two, so I'm guessing at least 10-15 hours of continuous use? It's hard to say anything other than "really high." Probably comparable to the battery life of a Kindle, for all I know. There are two quirks I noticed with the hardware, and a third issue with the driver software. The first quirk is fairly well documented, but the second seems more like a cable issue unique to my setup more than anything. (Or it could just be my cheapo HDMI to USB-C adapter.) Issue 1. The cursor strays about 1/4" / 4mm from the actual pen point when you cross over that final 1/2" / 1cm of screenspace at the borders. That said, it's entirely predictable, so you can still hit corner buttons like "new layer" in Photoshop, and it doesn't impede your workflow after you get used to it.) Issue 2. Sometimes I will plug it in, and the display's colors will look inverted, or otherwise rainbowy. Don't worry, nothing's wrong. Just unplug the cable from everything, and plug it back in. Works like a charm, every time. Issue 3. The driver's hotkey-assignment feature is clunky, and lacks the ability to input hotkeys that involve more than two keys. (Which means no "step forward" for me until they decide to fix that with an update.) This could easily be solved if Gaomon switched to a more orthodox "type the hotkey into the field" system instead of a series of drop-down menus that only offer a limited selection of predesignated buttons. Out of all the legit shortcomings with the product, this is the only one that actually throws a wrench into things. That's all the legit shortcomings I can think of. Aside from that, I only have two little matters of taste that I would change if this were my /ideal/ tablet. And that would be: 1. A weighted base for the stylus. The stand is currently unweighted, and easy to knock over. Minor nitpick, but it's a little touch that a 15-cent metal washer could fix. 2. A little wheel/dial instead of the two middle buttons. Maybe it's just me still being acclimated to my 10-year-old Intuos 5, but when I aim for the middle two buttons (which I set as zoom in/out], I tend to fumble and hit neighboring buttons by mistake when I'm drawing in a dark room. (Which I really shouldn't be doing anyway, but still--why wants to constantly double-check which button they're pressing when they're in the groove?) That aside, I've noticed several subtle improvements to my productivity all around. One bonus I've come to really appreciate over my old Intuos 5 is that this can also be set as a continued extension of your main display--which is a great boon for people who are working on laptops with limited screenspace [like me] or otherwise hate alt-tabbing each time they need to glance at their reference photos. Just put the reference photos on the main display, and drag your Photoshop/Sai/Krita/etc. window over to the art monitor. Bam. No more alt+tabbing. Anyways: I love this tablet. I'm definitely keeping it. Worth every penny I spent.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;4-Month final verdict: best art monitor you can find under $500. Even comes with a bonus pinky glove to make you feel dapper.;;Donnerschlag;;;When I first got the tablet a few months back and got it working, it was wonderful. The colors were great, it worked well with pretty much every program...and then there were issues with screen discoloration [patches of red and blue where they should not be] until it stopped turning on about a month later. I contacted customer service, who for most of this have been super great, and they sent me a new one. That worked fine. For a month. Then that screen didn't turn on. I switched the tablet monitors and had a working tablet for about a few weeks, despite some discoloration issues. Until finally that stopped working too. Customer service as of now has yet to get back to me and I can't say I really recommend this tablet to anyone, unfortunately. Others seem to have an issue with it turning on at all which really makes me wonder if this is a common issue. I have heard good things about this tablet, which is why I initially bought it. But for $400+? It's really kind of a gamble. I'd advise you be wary of this one, or at least have a back up just in case. This whole mess was my first experience with a screen tablet and really soured me getting another one anytime soon. Update: I have been offered $40 to remove this review. Still no full refund! Update 2: Now 35$ with more guilting. Yikes.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Yikes!;;Amazon Customer

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Martina - Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017
Worth every dollar
I've been a Wacom fan since I started on digital art, and always thought it was the best option, but it stayed like that till this tablet came in my mail. For not boring you, this is just spectacular, but if you want more detail, keep reading. Everything comes well packaged and secure, and the tablet includes everything you need. Even includes a screwdriver, so if you are like me (an exchange student with no tools in their room at the date I'm writing this), this lovely people will give you everything you need to set the whole thing up. The screen comes with a poorly attached screen protector that, to be honest, you can just peel it off because it doesn't feel bad drawing in the glass. The tablet also comes with a little stiff bag, more similar to a computer's case for you to move the device whenever you want, such a nice detail from Gaomon (you have to take off the stand to put the tablet in the little bag though). The cables are all together, meaning you won't have a mess in the desk. Also, the tablet doesn't come with a VGA port, so I'm still wondering how to use the two monitors option. A funny thing is that, before this tablet, I used to use a Wacom Intuos Pro 5 Large (which costs more than this tablet) and it didn't work in Photoshop, even when I reinstalled the drivers. But in this one , HO, I had to get used to the fact Photoshop worked, it was amazing! The drivers installation didn't give me any issue, after putting it in and restarting my PC, everything was good to go. The pressure sensitivity is incredible, it captured even small lines it was amazing. I just had one problem, and it's color calibration. I'm extremely dependent of color, and I need to have them as accurate as possible, so I struggled a whole day to get them to the closest to my computer. In fact, the colors are pretty accurate out of the box, and maybe I'm just a perfectionist, but still, keep the color calibration in mind when you buy this. Despite the colors, everything in this tablet impressed me, from the price, to the pressure sensitivity, to the cables, to the screen. Everything is worth every single dollar, not only because it's extremely affordable comparing it to other devices from the same size, but also because it's super professional. It's an amazing product, and not to flatter Gaomon, but they did an amazing job with this tablet. So yes, I really recommend the Gaomon PD1560 (which I named Bob because is shorter )to anyone who can afford it. It's really really worth it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Donnerschlag - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018
4-Month final verdict: best art monitor you can find under $500. Even comes with a bonus pinky glove to make you feel dapper.
I bought this tablet during the launch promo back in October, but I wanted to wait until the "shiny new toy" effect wore off before properly reviewing it. Sooo, here I am, after 200 hours of total use, a rambling wall of user experience that I'm calling a review, and with a couple attached sample photos of pieces done with the tablet. (And one side-by-side desktop wallpaper comparison that was NOT done by me, but was used to better show the color capabilities.) TL;DR version: I love it. Worth every penny--current price included. Usually with art monitors in the sub-$500 range, you will usually find some sort of quirk or shortcoming--such as poor displays with overblown colors or glitchy, defective hardware. Sometimes it will be serious enough to return the monitor and get a refund, and other times it's not serious enough to bother, but noticable enough to bug the shit out of you every time you use it. Fortunately, I've yet to find any faults like that with this art monitor. The colors and values the display throws out are 100% accurate and true. (And if for some reason they are not, they can be calibrated as easily as any other monitor) The screen quality itself is second to my MacBook Pro's retina display. Once everything's dialed in, you have to put your nose 3 inches away and compare them side by side to notice any difference. I've heard some reviewers mentioning the parts that the manufacturers used are actually intended for gaming displays. While that's both entirely hearsay and unverified, I would not be surprised if it were true. Gamers (especially PC gamers) tend to demand a lot from their gear, and I see nothing to fault in the display. As for the digitizer and stylus, both work flawlessly. There are over 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, and changes in pressure are super smooth. (arguably beyond human sensitivity, but erring on the side of unrestrictive is always good in my book.) The refresh rate is at least 60 Hz, and parallax is entirely nonexistent. One thing to note for those switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers: There is about 2mm of clearance between the display, and the actual contact surface of the monitor. It's something you may notice when switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers, but it's a common quirk with any art monitor, and overall pretty inconsequential. You'll get used to it and stop thinking about it within a single session. The display comes with a screen protector. And with t protector removed, the screen's surface is 100% glossy and smooth. With it on, the surface has a matte texture with a tooth not unlike drawing on cold-pressed watercolor paper. The protector has little adhesive tacks at each corner, so it is easily removed and reattached as you pay around and figure out which surface you prefer. As for the stylus: as someone who's used to passive styluses like you see with Wacom, I'm not fond of the idea of having to charge a stylus. But surprisingly, it's not been an issue. I don't know exactly how long the stylus lasts, but I tend to recharge it at the end of every session or two, so I'm guessing at least 10-15 hours of continuous use? It's hard to say anything other than "really high." Probably comparable to the battery life of a Kindle, for all I know. There are two quirks I noticed with the hardware, and a third issue with the driver software. The first quirk is fairly well documented, but the second seems more like a cable issue unique to my setup more than anything. (Or it could just be my cheapo HDMI to USB-C adapter.) Issue 1. The cursor strays about 1/4" / 4mm from the actual pen point when you cross over that final 1/2" / 1cm of screenspace at the borders. That said, it's entirely predictable, so you can still hit corner buttons like "new layer" in Photoshop, and it doesn't impede your workflow after you get used to it.) Issue 2. Sometimes I will plug it in, and the display's colors will look inverted, or otherwise rainbowy. Don't worry, nothing's wrong. Just unplug the cable from everything, and plug it back in. Works like a charm, every time. Issue 3. The driver's hotkey-assignment feature is clunky, and lacks the ability to input hotkeys that involve more than two keys. (Which means no "step forward" for me until they decide to fix that with an update.) This could easily be solved if Gaomon switched to a more orthodox "type the hotkey into the field" system instead of a series of drop-down menus that only offer a limited selection of predesignated buttons. Out of all the legit shortcomings with the product, this is the only one that actually throws a wrench into things. That's all the legit shortcomings I can think of. Aside from that, I only have two little matters of taste that I would change if this were my /ideal/ tablet. And that would be: 1. A weighted base for the stylus. The stand is currently unweighted, and easy to knock over. Minor nitpick, but it's a little touch that a 15-cent metal washer could fix. 2. A little wheel/dial instead of the two middle buttons. Maybe it's just me still being acclimated to my 10-year-old Intuos 5, but when I aim for the middle two buttons (which I set as zoom in/out], I tend to fumble and hit neighboring buttons by mistake when I'm drawing in a dark room. (Which I really shouldn't be doing anyway, but still--why wants to constantly double-check which button they're pressing when they're in the groove?) That aside, I've noticed several subtle improvements to my productivity all around. One bonus I've come to really appreciate over my old Intuos 5 is that this can also be set as a continued extension of your main display--which is a great boon for people who are working on laptops with limited screenspace [like me] or otherwise hate alt-tabbing each time they need to glance at their reference photos. Just put the reference photos on the main display, and drag your Photoshop/Sai/Krita/etc. window over to the art monitor. Bam. No more alt+tabbing. Anyways: I love this tablet. I'm definitely keeping it. Worth every penny I spent.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018
Yikes!
When I first got the tablet a few months back and got it working, it was wonderful. The colors were great, it worked well with pretty much every program...and then there were issues with screen discoloration [patches of red and blue where they should not be] until it stopped turning on about a month later. I contacted customer service, who for most of this have been super great, and they sent me a new one. That worked fine. For a month. Then that screen didn't turn on. I switched the tablet monitors and had a working tablet for about a few weeks, despite some discoloration issues. Until finally that stopped working too. Customer service as of now has yet to get back to me and I can't say I really recommend this tablet to anyone, unfortunately. Others seem to have an issue with it turning on at all which really makes me wonder if this is a common issue. I have heard good things about this tablet, which is why I initially bought it. But for $400+? It's really kind of a gamble. I'd advise you be wary of this one, or at least have a back up just in case. This whole mess was my first experience with a screen tablet and really soured me getting another one anytime soon. Update: I have been offered $40 to remove this review. Still no full refund! Update 2: Now 35$ with more guilting. Yikes.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Martina - Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2017
Worth every dollar
I've been a Wacom fan since I started on digital art, and always thought it was the best option, but it stayed like that till this tablet came in my mail. For not boring you, this is just spectacular, but if you want more detail, keep reading. Everything comes well packaged and secure, and the tablet includes everything you need. Even includes a screwdriver, so if you are like me (an exchange student with no tools in their room at the date I'm writing this), this lovely people will give you everything you need to set the whole thing up. The screen comes with a poorly attached screen protector that, to be honest, you can just peel it off because it doesn't feel bad drawing in the glass. The tablet also comes with a little stiff bag, more similar to a computer's case for you to move the device whenever you want, such a nice detail from Gaomon (you have to take off the stand to put the tablet in the little bag though). The cables are all together, meaning you won't have a mess in the desk. Also, the tablet doesn't come with a VGA port, so I'm still wondering how to use the two monitors option. A funny thing is that, before this tablet, I used to use a Wacom Intuos Pro 5 Large (which costs more than this tablet) and it didn't work in Photoshop, even when I reinstalled the drivers. But in this one , HO, I had to get used to the fact Photoshop worked, it was amazing! The drivers installation didn't give me any issue, after putting it in and restarting my PC, everything was good to go. The pressure sensitivity is incredible, it captured even small lines it was amazing. I just had one problem, and it's color calibration. I'm extremely dependent of color, and I need to have them as accurate as possible, so I struggled a whole day to get them to the closest to my computer. In fact, the colors are pretty accurate out of the box, and maybe I'm just a perfectionist, but still, keep the color calibration in mind when you buy this. Despite the colors, everything in this tablet impressed me, from the price, to the pressure sensitivity, to the cables, to the screen. Everything is worth every single dollar, not only because it's extremely affordable comparing it to other devices from the same size, but also because it's super professional. It's an amazing product, and not to flatter Gaomon, but they did an amazing job with this tablet. So yes, I really recommend the Gaomon PD1560 (which I named Bob because is shorter )to anyone who can afford it. It's really really worth it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Donnerschlag - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2018
4-Month final verdict: best art monitor you can find under $500. Even comes with a bonus pinky glove to make you feel dapper.
I bought this tablet during the launch promo back in October, but I wanted to wait until the "shiny new toy" effect wore off before properly reviewing it. Sooo, here I am, after 200 hours of total use, a rambling wall of user experience that I'm calling a review, and with a couple attached sample photos of pieces done with the tablet. (And one side-by-side desktop wallpaper comparison that was NOT done by me, but was used to better show the color capabilities.) TL;DR version: I love it. Worth every penny--current price included. Usually with art monitors in the sub-$500 range, you will usually find some sort of quirk or shortcoming--such as poor displays with overblown colors or glitchy, defective hardware. Sometimes it will be serious enough to return the monitor and get a refund, and other times it's not serious enough to bother, but noticable enough to bug the shit out of you every time you use it. Fortunately, I've yet to find any faults like that with this art monitor. The colors and values the display throws out are 100% accurate and true. (And if for some reason they are not, they can be calibrated as easily as any other monitor) The screen quality itself is second to my MacBook Pro's retina display. Once everything's dialed in, you have to put your nose 3 inches away and compare them side by side to notice any difference. I've heard some reviewers mentioning the parts that the manufacturers used are actually intended for gaming displays. While that's both entirely hearsay and unverified, I would not be surprised if it were true. Gamers (especially PC gamers) tend to demand a lot from their gear, and I see nothing to fault in the display. As for the digitizer and stylus, both work flawlessly. There are over 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, and changes in pressure are super smooth. (arguably beyond human sensitivity, but erring on the side of unrestrictive is always good in my book.) The refresh rate is at least 60 Hz, and parallax is entirely nonexistent. One thing to note for those switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers: There is about 2mm of clearance between the display, and the actual contact surface of the monitor. It's something you may notice when switching over from traditional art or traditional non-display digitizers, but it's a common quirk with any art monitor, and overall pretty inconsequential. You'll get used to it and stop thinking about it within a single session. The display comes with a screen protector. And with t protector removed, the screen's surface is 100% glossy and smooth. With it on, the surface has a matte texture with a tooth not unlike drawing on cold-pressed watercolor paper. The protector has little adhesive tacks at each corner, so it is easily removed and reattached as you pay around and figure out which surface you prefer. As for the stylus: as someone who's used to passive styluses like you see with Wacom, I'm not fond of the idea of having to charge a stylus. But surprisingly, it's not been an issue. I don't know exactly how long the stylus lasts, but I tend to recharge it at the end of every session or two, so I'm guessing at least 10-15 hours of continuous use? It's hard to say anything other than "really high." Probably comparable to the battery life of a Kindle, for all I know. There are two quirks I noticed with the hardware, and a third issue with the driver software. The first quirk is fairly well documented, but the second seems more like a cable issue unique to my setup more than anything. (Or it could just be my cheapo HDMI to USB-C adapter.) Issue 1. The cursor strays about 1/4" / 4mm from the actual pen point when you cross over that final 1/2" / 1cm of screenspace at the borders. That said, it's entirely predictable, so you can still hit corner buttons like "new layer" in Photoshop, and it doesn't impede your workflow after you get used to it.) Issue 2. Sometimes I will plug it in, and the display's colors will look inverted, or otherwise rainbowy. Don't worry, nothing's wrong. Just unplug the cable from everything, and plug it back in. Works like a charm, every time. Issue 3. The driver's hotkey-assignment feature is clunky, and lacks the ability to input hotkeys that involve more than two keys. (Which means no "step forward" for me until they decide to fix that with an update.) This could easily be solved if Gaomon switched to a more orthodox "type the hotkey into the field" system instead of a series of drop-down menus that only offer a limited selection of predesignated buttons. Out of all the legit shortcomings with the product, this is the only one that actually throws a wrench into things. That's all the legit shortcomings I can think of. Aside from that, I only have two little matters of taste that I would change if this were my /ideal/ tablet. And that would be: 1. A weighted base for the stylus. The stand is currently unweighted, and easy to knock over. Minor nitpick, but it's a little touch that a 15-cent metal washer could fix. 2. A little wheel/dial instead of the two middle buttons. Maybe it's just me still being acclimated to my 10-year-old Intuos 5, but when I aim for the middle two buttons (which I set as zoom in/out], I tend to fumble and hit neighboring buttons by mistake when I'm drawing in a dark room. (Which I really shouldn't be doing anyway, but still--why wants to constantly double-check which button they're pressing when they're in the groove?) That aside, I've noticed several subtle improvements to my productivity all around. One bonus I've come to really appreciate over my old Intuos 5 is that this can also be set as a continued extension of your main display--which is a great boon for people who are working on laptops with limited screenspace [like me] or otherwise hate alt-tabbing each time they need to glance at their reference photos. Just put the reference photos on the main display, and drag your Photoshop/Sai/Krita/etc. window over to the art monitor. Bam. No more alt+tabbing. Anyways: I love this tablet. I'm definitely keeping it. Worth every penny I spent.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2018
Yikes!
When I first got the tablet a few months back and got it working, it was wonderful. The colors were great, it worked well with pretty much every program...and then there were issues with screen discoloration [patches of red and blue where they should not be] until it stopped turning on about a month later. I contacted customer service, who for most of this have been super great, and they sent me a new one. That worked fine. For a month. Then that screen didn't turn on. I switched the tablet monitors and had a working tablet for about a few weeks, despite some discoloration issues. Until finally that stopped working too. Customer service as of now has yet to get back to me and I can't say I really recommend this tablet to anyone, unfortunately. Others seem to have an issue with it turning on at all which really makes me wonder if this is a common issue. I have heard good things about this tablet, which is why I initially bought it. But for $400+? It's really kind of a gamble. I'd advise you be wary of this one, or at least have a back up just in case. This whole mess was my first experience with a screen tablet and really soured me getting another one anytime soon. Update: I have been offered $40 to remove this review. Still no full refund! Update 2: Now 35$ with more guilting. Yikes.