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Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity

Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity

Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
Huion Inspiroy Q11K Wireless Graphic Drawing Tablet with 8192 Pressure Sensitivity
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Features

  • 8192 Pen Pressure Levels - A revolutionary upgrade delivering the ultimate accuracy and advanced performance; Wispy hairlines or thick strokes, precise as you intended. Online Teaching and Working - Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwares: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing.
  • New Pen - The new rechargeable PF150 pen is elegantly designed with the perfect size and weight, providing a better grip and a more natural drawing experience. You can also simply unscrew the pen stand to use the built-in nib extractor.
  • Wireless connectivity gives you an amazing cable-free work experience making for a tidier desktop environment at work. 8 Customizable Shortcut Keys: New easy to use press keys to keep your favorite functions close to you for more efficiency.
  • Huge Active Area -11 inch of drawing area made with high end materials giving you a large working space as well as a paper-like finish. High Capacity Battery: A 2500mAh built-in battery provides over 40 hours battery life, no need to worry the digital drawing tablet shutting down or running out of juice.
  • Ergonomic Design - Curvy edges, round corners and smooth surface, Q11K’s ergonomic design aims to provide extra comfort to our customers. You can comfortably rest your arm on the edge, reducing all the tiredness caused by long working hours and let yourself concentrate on your work.

Product Dimensions 15.4 x 8.8 x 0.43 inches


Item Weight 1.94 pounds


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B071CFC3RG


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 410 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #471 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 13, 2017


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Features

  • 8192 Pen Pressure Levels - A revolutionary upgrade delivering the ultimate accuracy and advanced performance; Wispy hairlines or thick strokes, precise as you intended. Online Teaching and Working - Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwares: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing.
  • New Pen - The new rechargeable PF150 pen is elegantly designed with the perfect size and weight, providing a better grip and a more natural drawing experience. You can also simply unscrew the pen stand to use the built-in nib extractor.
  • Wireless connectivity gives you an amazing cable-free work experience making for a tidier desktop environment at work. 8 Customizable Shortcut Keys: New easy to use press keys to keep your favorite functions close to you for more efficiency.
  • Huge Active Area -11 inch of drawing area made with high end materials giving you a large working space as well as a paper-like finish. High Capacity Battery: A 2500mAh built-in battery provides over 40 hours battery life, no need to worry the digital drawing tablet shutting down or running out of juice.
  • Ergonomic Design - Curvy edges, round corners and smooth surface, Q11K’s ergonomic design aims to provide extra comfort to our customers. You can comfortably rest your arm on the edge, reducing all the tiredness caused by long working hours and let yourself concentrate on your work.

Product Dimensions 15.4 x 8.8 x 0.43 inches


Item Weight 1.94 pounds


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B071CFC3RG


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 410 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #471 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 13, 2017


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

  • 8192 Pen Pressure Levels - A revolutionary upgrade delivering the ultimate accuracy and advanced performance; Wispy hairlines or thick strokes, precise as you intended. Online Teaching and Working - Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwares: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing.
  • New Pen - The new rechargeable PF150 pen is elegantly designed with the perfect size and weight, providing a better grip and a more natural drawing experience. You can also simply unscrew the pen stand to use the built-in nib extractor.
  • Wireless connectivity gives you an amazing cable-free work experience making for a tidier desktop environment at work. 8 Customizable Shortcut Keys: New easy to use press keys to keep your favorite functions close to you for more efficiency.
  • Huge Active Area -11 inch of drawing area made with high end materials giving you a large working space as well as a paper-like finish. High Capacity Battery: A 2500mAh built-in battery provides over 40 hours battery life, no need to worry the digital drawing tablet shutting down or running out of juice.
  • Ergonomic Design - Curvy edges, round corners and smooth surface, Q11K’s ergonomic design aims to provide extra comfort to our customers. You can comfortably rest your arm on the edge, reducing all the tiredness caused by long working hours and let yourself concentrate on your work.

Product Dimensions 15.4 x 8.8 x 0.43 inches


Item Weight 1.94 pounds


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B071CFC3RG


Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 410 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #471 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available April 13, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews I used to own an older model of the Wacom Intuos Pro as I gave that to a friend. Then, I purchased the new 2017 Intuos Pro and I've been very unhappy about it. The bluetooth was extremely bad but the major deal for me was the nibs getting worn out quickly. I created pieces and hours later it wears out. I wasn't going to take out my money to keep buying nibs. I discovered Huion's new Q11k and became interested as I did further research. Pre-ordered it and got 15% off, with very fast shipping. The tablet was in two boxes wrapped with plastic to prevent damage. PROS : -Tablet active area is HUUUUUUUGE! -Pen feels extremely light -Nibs are long lasting -8 custom shortcut keys -Battery life for both the tablet and pen (the pen has not died on me since a full charge) -Wireless & wired mode, NO LAG CONS : -The tablet takes about 7 hours to be fully charged, you can still use it in wired mode -It's not really a con, but in the manual / book it says that the pen is fully charged if the red light is off. If you see a bright red light, then it means its charging. If you see like a small red dot, then I assume its fully charged. (Left it on the charger for 7+ hours to see if it'll go off) Just don't be confused. No matter what level you are in art, BUY THIS TABLET! Also, I've uploaded the work I've done using this amazing tablet! THANK YOU SO MUCH HUION!;;Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;AMAZING!;;Angel;;;I have been using pen tablets for more than 10 years now and I have never looked back at the old ways of drawing with a mouse since. I started with a Wacom Graphire-- the “budget” tablet for non-professionals. And, eventually, I picked up a smaller Wacom Intuos a couple of years after that. Using the Graphire every day, the connecting cable eventually wore out and there was no way to replace those cables, so you were forced to buy a whole new pen tablet. I shopped on Amazon actually looking for a sale on a Medium Intuos. It was here where I discovered that there were actually smaller, private companies making pen tablets at a fraction of the cost. For several days, I started reading the review of people who’d actually bought them left some feedback. The responses, on the whole, were very, very complimentary. So, of the competitors to Wacom, I chose to buy a pen tablet from Huion. I was not disappointed in my purchase. For almost half the price of the smallest Intuos, I got double the size of a pen tablet with the Huion. Now, the Huion (and, I suppose the other competitors as well) didn’t have all of the bell and whistles that you have with the Wacom such as tilt support and the “Hot Keys” (programmable short cut keys). But, to tell you the truth, I wasn’t missing it at all. I believe I paid $55 for a pen tablet that had the working space of a standard 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. I know this because I learned from othe graphic artists that you can attach a piece of paper to the sensitive area and draw on top of it and it feels like you’re drawing on a piece of paper. I put down the pen tablet, a few years after that when pen monitors became prevalent. I have a couple of pen monitors and I prefer them over pen tablets. However, with these new pen tablets with almost 8200 lines of pressure sensitivity (lps) as opposed to the old standard of 2048-- there is much to gain for having a pen tablet for very detailed work. The “Q11K” is a brand new (June 2017) edition of Huion’s pen tablet offerings. It is a direct competitor to Wacom’s own Intuous Pro “PTH860” and “PTH860P” ($499.95, $549.95, respectively) At $119.95, the Q11K is more than appealing from a price standpoint. The kit comes with: + Pen tablet- roughly 14.5” diagonal (12.5” x 7.75”) drawing area from a 15.5 x 8.75 x .5” frame. + 8 programmable shortcut keys + On/ Off Switch + Lock switch + Pen, newly re-designed + Charging cables. + Pen holder, extra nibs + 8192 Levels of pressure sensitivity + Windows 7- 10 compatible, Mac OS X.11 + + 1 year warranty The Q11K is considered a “wireless” tablet because it doesn’t need to receive a hardwire connection to work. This works from a receiver that plugs into a USB port. This is not wireless as in Bluetooth wireless. So, you’ll need to have an available USB port for this to work. Aside from the instruction booklet, the kit also comes with a disk of drivers. Since this was just released, the latest drivers are already on the disk. However, if you’re reading this review 6 months after it’s posted, ignore the disk and go directly to Huion’s site and download the most current ones. I tested this on Windows and Mac OS X 12 (Sierra) After I installed the drivers from the disk, it worked with Windows like a charm, I’ve provide a video demo for you see. But, for some strange reason, it would not work with my Mac, the first evening. Even after restarting the computer, the cursor would not move from the upper left hand corner. I sent Huion an email and they were kind enough to get back to me in a few hours. China is 12 hours ahead of us here in Miami. Their suggestion was to delete a certain file, if I had it installed, but after I came home and searched for this mysterious, I came to the conclusion that it wasn’t there to begin with. However, when I plugged the receiver into a usb port on the Mac tonight, the pen tablet worked flawlessly. (I don’t know what happened, it may have been tired from jet lag) I was fooling around with Sketchbook Pro in Windows because my forte is drawing, illustrations and the like. Tonight, I was editing photos in Photoshop on the Mac and the H11K was smooth. Suggestion, if working with a pen tablet is frustrating because of the smooth surface-- try this hint: place a clean sheet of paper over the working area of any pen tablet, preferably scotch tape it to the tablet and work as normal. The paper functions as a non-slip surface as well as perfectly replicating the pen-paper feel. I don’t use and have never used any of the short cut keys, preferring the old fashioned way of working with software, but the only thing that I think is missing other than maybe a tilt function and maybe bluetooth is the fact that the set only comes with 1 pen. The issue with having one pen is obvious, but waiting for that pen to fully recharge can set you back several hours. If you’re in a time crunch situation, you may not be able to afford the luxury of a recharge time. In the video as well, I show how Huion redesign the tablet as well as the pen. The pen in particular is nicer look and feel and the barrel is about 2-3 inches longer. This is great because it eases the hand from straining and fatigue. The current models of Wacom are, as expected, are between $380- $420 MORE EXPENSIVE than this Huion, considering all of the features and premium material they used. But, dollar for dollar, this is the most cost effective way to upgrade your art-graphic design department with newer, quality hardware.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Huion Inspiroy “Q11K” Pen Tablet: A Critical Review.;;Andre Lawrence;;;For an alternative to the obnoxiously priced Wacom Intuos Pro, this tablet is a go-to, if you're willing to deal with some of its quirks. Pros: The smooth surface is so much easier to work with than Wacom's Intuos Pro, where the rough surface drags on your pen, and if you have carpal tunnel or tendonitis like I do, this irritates it within minutes of use. Super grateful for the smoothness. The boxing was super nice compared to the Intuos Pro. Price: Huion is great with being affordable for the average artist. The 8k levels of pressure do work wonderfully. I like that you can adjust it to lower levels as well. The express keys on the side are easy to disable, which I had a hell of a time trying to disable on the Intuos Pro. The tablet is wide enough that your hands, when resting, don’t even get to reach the keys to activate them in the first place [that was hell for the Intuos Pro, too]. Customer service: Huion responds very promptly to questions you have for them, as well as beyond just their tablet service. They made a mistake shipping out some gloves [I ordered two, only received one], and they got back to me as soon as possible with friendly conduct. :) The pen is very lightweight, and that hefty 400 hours of charge will go a long way. The cons The drivers: Huion is known for wide differences between tablet drivers, some more customizable than others, but for this one, it’s like they took away features, the main one I needed was to be able for the stylus output to register as right click [I’m using left handed mouse], but there’s absolutely nowhere to change that. Some art programs have their issues with this tablet; some work fine like SAI, others, like Photoshop, you may find irritating to reconfigure. But if you're willing to work through these issue with the tablets, you'll find so many good things about this tablet, you'll be hard-pressed to move on to any other tablet. Granted I've only been drawing with the tablet for a couple of days, more issues may pop up, but for the time spent thus far, it has been wonderful.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2017;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great alternative to Wacom's newest Intuos Pro;;Amazon Customer

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Angel - Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2017
AMAZING!
I used to own an older model of the Wacom Intuos Pro as I gave that to a friend. Then, I purchased the new 2017 Intuos Pro and I've been very unhappy about it. The bluetooth was extremely bad but the major deal for me was the nibs getting worn out quickly. I created pieces and hours later it wears out. I wasn't going to take out my money to keep buying nibs. I discovered Huion's new Q11k and became interested as I did further research. Pre-ordered it and got 15% off, with very fast shipping. The tablet was in two boxes wrapped with plastic to prevent damage. PROS : -Tablet active area is HUUUUUUUGE! -Pen feels extremely light -Nibs are long lasting -8 custom shortcut keys -Battery life for both the tablet and pen (the pen has not died on me since a full charge) -Wireless & wired mode, NO LAG CONS : -The tablet takes about 7 hours to be fully charged, you can still use it in wired mode -It's not really a con, but in the manual / book it says that the pen is fully charged if the red light is off. If you see a bright red light, then it means its charging. If you see like a small red dot, then I assume its fully charged. (Left it on the charger for 7+ hours to see if it'll go off) Just don't be confused. No matter what level you are in art, BUY THIS TABLET! Also, I've uploaded the work I've done using this amazing tablet! THANK YOU SO MUCH HUION!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Andre Lawrence - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2017
Huion Inspiroy “Q11K” Pen Tablet: A Critical Review.
I have been using pen tablets for more than 10 years now and I have never looked back at the old ways of drawing with a mouse since. I started with a Wacom Graphire-- the “budget” tablet for non-professionals. And, eventually, I picked up a smaller Wacom Intuos a couple of years after that. Using the Graphire every day, the connecting cable eventually wore out and there was no way to replace those cables, so you were forced to buy a whole new pen tablet. I shopped on Amazon actually looking for a sale on a Medium Intuos. It was here where I discovered that there were actually smaller, private companies making pen tablets at a fraction of the cost. For several days, I started reading the review of people who’d actually bought them left some feedback. The responses, on the whole, were very, very complimentary. So, of the competitors to Wacom, I chose to buy a pen tablet from Huion. I was not disappointed in my purchase. For almost half the price of the smallest Intuos, I got double the size of a pen tablet with the Huion. Now, the Huion (and, I suppose the other competitors as well) didn’t have all of the bell and whistles that you have with the Wacom such as tilt support and the “Hot Keys” (programmable short cut keys). But, to tell you the truth, I wasn’t missing it at all. I believe I paid $55 for a pen tablet that had the working space of a standard 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. I know this because I learned from othe graphic artists that you can attach a piece of paper to the sensitive area and draw on top of it and it feels like you’re drawing on a piece of paper. I put down the pen tablet, a few years after that when pen monitors became prevalent. I have a couple of pen monitors and I prefer them over pen tablets. However, with these new pen tablets with almost 8200 lines of pressure sensitivity (lps) as opposed to the old standard of 2048-- there is much to gain for having a pen tablet for very detailed work. The “Q11K” is a brand new (June 2017) edition of Huion’s pen tablet offerings. It is a direct competitor to Wacom’s own Intuous Pro “PTH860” and “PTH860P” ($499.95, $549.95, respectively) At $119.95, the Q11K is more than appealing from a price standpoint. The kit comes with: + Pen tablet- roughly 14.5” diagonal (12.5” x 7.75”) drawing area from a 15.5 x 8.75 x .5” frame. + 8 programmable shortcut keys + On/ Off Switch + Lock switch + Pen, newly re-designed + Charging cables. + Pen holder, extra nibs + 8192 Levels of pressure sensitivity + Windows 7- 10 compatible, Mac OS X.11 + + 1 year warranty The Q11K is considered a “wireless” tablet because it doesn’t need to receive a hardwire connection to work. This works from a receiver that plugs into a USB port. This is not wireless as in Bluetooth wireless. So, you’ll need to have an available USB port for this to work. Aside from the instruction booklet, the kit also comes with a disk of drivers. Since this was just released, the latest drivers are already on the disk. However, if you’re reading this review 6 months after it’s posted, ignore the disk and go directly to Huion’s site and download the most current ones. I tested this on Windows and Mac OS X 12 (Sierra) After I installed the drivers from the disk, it worked with Windows like a charm, I’ve provide a video demo for you see. But, for some strange reason, it would not work with my Mac, the first evening. Even after restarting the computer, the cursor would not move from the upper left hand corner. I sent Huion an email and they were kind enough to get back to me in a few hours. China is 12 hours ahead of us here in Miami. Their suggestion was to delete a certain file, if I had it installed, but after I came home and searched for this mysterious, I came to the conclusion that it wasn’t there to begin with. However, when I plugged the receiver into a usb port on the Mac tonight, the pen tablet worked flawlessly. (I don’t know what happened, it may have been tired from jet lag) I was fooling around with Sketchbook Pro in Windows because my forte is drawing, illustrations and the like. Tonight, I was editing photos in Photoshop on the Mac and the H11K was smooth. Suggestion, if working with a pen tablet is frustrating because of the smooth surface-- try this hint: place a clean sheet of paper over the working area of any pen tablet, preferably scotch tape it to the tablet and work as normal. The paper functions as a non-slip surface as well as perfectly replicating the pen-paper feel. I don’t use and have never used any of the short cut keys, preferring the old fashioned way of working with software, but the only thing that I think is missing other than maybe a tilt function and maybe bluetooth is the fact that the set only comes with 1 pen. The issue with having one pen is obvious, but waiting for that pen to fully recharge can set you back several hours. If you’re in a time crunch situation, you may not be able to afford the luxury of a recharge time. In the video as well, I show how Huion redesign the tablet as well as the pen. The pen in particular is nicer look and feel and the barrel is about 2-3 inches longer. This is great because it eases the hand from straining and fatigue. The current models of Wacom are, as expected, are between $380- $420 MORE EXPENSIVE than this Huion, considering all of the features and premium material they used. But, dollar for dollar, this is the most cost effective way to upgrade your art-graphic design department with newer, quality hardware.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2017
Great alternative to Wacom's newest Intuos Pro
For an alternative to the obnoxiously priced Wacom Intuos Pro, this tablet is a go-to, if you're willing to deal with some of its quirks. Pros: The smooth surface is so much easier to work with than Wacom's Intuos Pro, where the rough surface drags on your pen, and if you have carpal tunnel or tendonitis like I do, this irritates it within minutes of use. Super grateful for the smoothness. The boxing was super nice compared to the Intuos Pro. Price: Huion is great with being affordable for the average artist. The 8k levels of pressure do work wonderfully. I like that you can adjust it to lower levels as well. The express keys on the side are easy to disable, which I had a hell of a time trying to disable on the Intuos Pro. The tablet is wide enough that your hands, when resting, don’t even get to reach the keys to activate them in the first place [that was hell for the Intuos Pro, too]. Customer service: Huion responds very promptly to questions you have for them, as well as beyond just their tablet service. They made a mistake shipping out some gloves [I ordered two, only received one], and they got back to me as soon as possible with friendly conduct. :) The pen is very lightweight, and that hefty 400 hours of charge will go a long way. The cons The drivers: Huion is known for wide differences between tablet drivers, some more customizable than others, but for this one, it’s like they took away features, the main one I needed was to be able for the stylus output to register as right click [I’m using left handed mouse], but there’s absolutely nowhere to change that. Some art programs have their issues with this tablet; some work fine like SAI, others, like Photoshop, you may find irritating to reconfigure. But if you're willing to work through these issue with the tablets, you'll find so many good things about this tablet, you'll be hard-pressed to move on to any other tablet. Granted I've only been drawing with the tablet for a couple of days, more issues may pop up, but for the time spent thus far, it has been wonderful.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Angel - Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2017
AMAZING!
I used to own an older model of the Wacom Intuos Pro as I gave that to a friend. Then, I purchased the new 2017 Intuos Pro and I've been very unhappy about it. The bluetooth was extremely bad but the major deal for me was the nibs getting worn out quickly. I created pieces and hours later it wears out. I wasn't going to take out my money to keep buying nibs. I discovered Huion's new Q11k and became interested as I did further research. Pre-ordered it and got 15% off, with very fast shipping. The tablet was in two boxes wrapped with plastic to prevent damage. PROS : -Tablet active area is HUUUUUUUGE! -Pen feels extremely light -Nibs are long lasting -8 custom shortcut keys -Battery life for both the tablet and pen (the pen has not died on me since a full charge) -Wireless & wired mode, NO LAG CONS : -The tablet takes about 7 hours to be fully charged, you can still use it in wired mode -It's not really a con, but in the manual / book it says that the pen is fully charged if the red light is off. If you see a bright red light, then it means its charging. If you see like a small red dot, then I assume its fully charged. (Left it on the charger for 7+ hours to see if it'll go off) Just don't be confused. No matter what level you are in art, BUY THIS TABLET! Also, I've uploaded the work I've done using this amazing tablet! THANK YOU SO MUCH HUION!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Andre Lawrence - Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2017
Huion Inspiroy “Q11K” Pen Tablet: A Critical Review.
I have been using pen tablets for more than 10 years now and I have never looked back at the old ways of drawing with a mouse since. I started with a Wacom Graphire-- the “budget” tablet for non-professionals. And, eventually, I picked up a smaller Wacom Intuos a couple of years after that. Using the Graphire every day, the connecting cable eventually wore out and there was no way to replace those cables, so you were forced to buy a whole new pen tablet. I shopped on Amazon actually looking for a sale on a Medium Intuos. It was here where I discovered that there were actually smaller, private companies making pen tablets at a fraction of the cost. For several days, I started reading the review of people who’d actually bought them left some feedback. The responses, on the whole, were very, very complimentary. So, of the competitors to Wacom, I chose to buy a pen tablet from Huion. I was not disappointed in my purchase. For almost half the price of the smallest Intuos, I got double the size of a pen tablet with the Huion. Now, the Huion (and, I suppose the other competitors as well) didn’t have all of the bell and whistles that you have with the Wacom such as tilt support and the “Hot Keys” (programmable short cut keys). But, to tell you the truth, I wasn’t missing it at all. I believe I paid $55 for a pen tablet that had the working space of a standard 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper. I know this because I learned from othe graphic artists that you can attach a piece of paper to the sensitive area and draw on top of it and it feels like you’re drawing on a piece of paper. I put down the pen tablet, a few years after that when pen monitors became prevalent. I have a couple of pen monitors and I prefer them over pen tablets. However, with these new pen tablets with almost 8200 lines of pressure sensitivity (lps) as opposed to the old standard of 2048-- there is much to gain for having a pen tablet for very detailed work. The “Q11K” is a brand new (June 2017) edition of Huion’s pen tablet offerings. It is a direct competitor to Wacom’s own Intuous Pro “PTH860” and “PTH860P” ($499.95, $549.95, respectively) At $119.95, the Q11K is more than appealing from a price standpoint. The kit comes with: + Pen tablet- roughly 14.5” diagonal (12.5” x 7.75”) drawing area from a 15.5 x 8.75 x .5” frame. + 8 programmable shortcut keys + On/ Off Switch + Lock switch + Pen, newly re-designed + Charging cables. + Pen holder, extra nibs + 8192 Levels of pressure sensitivity + Windows 7- 10 compatible, Mac OS X.11 + + 1 year warranty The Q11K is considered a “wireless” tablet because it doesn’t need to receive a hardwire connection to work. This works from a receiver that plugs into a USB port. This is not wireless as in Bluetooth wireless. So, you’ll need to have an available USB port for this to work. Aside from the instruction booklet, the kit also comes with a disk of drivers. Since this was just released, the latest drivers are already on the disk. However, if you’re reading this review 6 months after it’s posted, ignore the disk and go directly to Huion’s site and download the most current ones. I tested this on Windows and Mac OS X 12 (Sierra) After I installed the drivers from the disk, it worked with Windows like a charm, I’ve provide a video demo for you see. But, for some strange reason, it would not work with my Mac, the first evening. Even after restarting the computer, the cursor would not move from the upper left hand corner. I sent Huion an email and they were kind enough to get back to me in a few hours. China is 12 hours ahead of us here in Miami. Their suggestion was to delete a certain file, if I had it installed, but after I came home and searched for this mysterious, I came to the conclusion that it wasn’t there to begin with. However, when I plugged the receiver into a usb port on the Mac tonight, the pen tablet worked flawlessly. (I don’t know what happened, it may have been tired from jet lag) I was fooling around with Sketchbook Pro in Windows because my forte is drawing, illustrations and the like. Tonight, I was editing photos in Photoshop on the Mac and the H11K was smooth. Suggestion, if working with a pen tablet is frustrating because of the smooth surface-- try this hint: place a clean sheet of paper over the working area of any pen tablet, preferably scotch tape it to the tablet and work as normal. The paper functions as a non-slip surface as well as perfectly replicating the pen-paper feel. I don’t use and have never used any of the short cut keys, preferring the old fashioned way of working with software, but the only thing that I think is missing other than maybe a tilt function and maybe bluetooth is the fact that the set only comes with 1 pen. The issue with having one pen is obvious, but waiting for that pen to fully recharge can set you back several hours. If you’re in a time crunch situation, you may not be able to afford the luxury of a recharge time. In the video as well, I show how Huion redesign the tablet as well as the pen. The pen in particular is nicer look and feel and the barrel is about 2-3 inches longer. This is great because it eases the hand from straining and fatigue. The current models of Wacom are, as expected, are between $380- $420 MORE EXPENSIVE than this Huion, considering all of the features and premium material they used. But, dollar for dollar, this is the most cost effective way to upgrade your art-graphic design department with newer, quality hardware.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2017
Great alternative to Wacom's newest Intuos Pro
For an alternative to the obnoxiously priced Wacom Intuos Pro, this tablet is a go-to, if you're willing to deal with some of its quirks. Pros: The smooth surface is so much easier to work with than Wacom's Intuos Pro, where the rough surface drags on your pen, and if you have carpal tunnel or tendonitis like I do, this irritates it within minutes of use. Super grateful for the smoothness. The boxing was super nice compared to the Intuos Pro. Price: Huion is great with being affordable for the average artist. The 8k levels of pressure do work wonderfully. I like that you can adjust it to lower levels as well. The express keys on the side are easy to disable, which I had a hell of a time trying to disable on the Intuos Pro. The tablet is wide enough that your hands, when resting, don’t even get to reach the keys to activate them in the first place [that was hell for the Intuos Pro, too]. Customer service: Huion responds very promptly to questions you have for them, as well as beyond just their tablet service. They made a mistake shipping out some gloves [I ordered two, only received one], and they got back to me as soon as possible with friendly conduct. :) The pen is very lightweight, and that hefty 400 hours of charge will go a long way. The cons The drivers: Huion is known for wide differences between tablet drivers, some more customizable than others, but for this one, it’s like they took away features, the main one I needed was to be able for the stylus output to register as right click [I’m using left handed mouse], but there’s absolutely nowhere to change that. Some art programs have their issues with this tablet; some work fine like SAI, others, like Photoshop, you may find irritating to reconfigure. But if you're willing to work through these issue with the tablets, you'll find so many good things about this tablet, you'll be hard-pressed to move on to any other tablet. Granted I've only been drawing with the tablet for a couple of days, more issues may pop up, but for the time spent thus far, it has been wonderful.