That product is currently unavailable. Please try a different product or see this article for help.
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)

Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)

Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
Huion KAMVAS Pro 13 GT-133 Drawing Monitor Pen Display 13.3 Inches Tilt Function Battery-Free Stylus 8192 Pen Pressure (GT-133 with Stand)
$328.90 Why this price?
Checking for changes Product info up-to-date Product info updated We've detected that this product is out of stock. Enter your email below and we will notify you when it is available.
Buy Now, Pay Later
As low as $ / mo
- month term
- No impact on credit score
- Quick & easy checkout
- Legal stuff:
Promotional Offer
Estimations exclude tax, and assume no other Klarna balances. Non-promotional balances have a 19.99% APR and a $2 monthly minimum interest charge. Accounts are subject to credit approval, and issued by WebBank, member FDIC.

Free shipping on this product


Availability: In Stock
Fulfilled by Amazon


Get it by Sunday, Sep 27
Order within 17 hr 36 min

Features

  • Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus - Comes with 8192 levels of pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience; Plus with ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. (An adjustable stand is included)
  • 4 Press Keys and 1 Touch Bar - With 13.3 Inches IPS screen, not only save your time but also enhance your productivity; The weight of Kamvas Pro 13 is about 1KG and 11mm of thickness, only a little thicker than a mobile phone; Put the monitor to your favorite angle with the Multi-Angle Adjustable Stand.
  • 120% sRGB Color Gamut - Comes with 266 PPS Report Rate, you can have better performance and quicker response when working on the pen display; The drawing monitor cannot only provide users with a wider field of view, but also offering richer colors and more natural transition.
  • Full-laminated Anti-glare Glass - Thanks to the full-laminated screen technology, the stroke you drew is accurate and natural, and almost without offset; Besides, the screen surface is covered with anti-glare glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and providing better protection for your eyesight.
  • Compatibility - Kamvas Pro 13 is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS 10.12 or later; It is also compatible with mainstream software like Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio, Paint Tool Sai and more; Huion provides one year warranty. 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.

Description

Online Teaching and Working Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwars: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing. Important Notices: 1. Kindly note that Kamvas Pro 13 is NOT a standalone product. It needs to be connected to a computer/laptop to work. 2. Connection Tips: 3. Driver Installation Tips: 4. Indication to Avoid Offset: 5. Huion Tech Support Featuring a 13 inches IPS Screen, the weight of KAMVAS Pro 13 is about 1KG and the thickness is 11mm, only a little thicker than a mobile phone. It is easy to put in your backpack and carry. The combination of 4 press keys and 1 touch bar cannot only save your time but also enhance your productivity. You are free to set up your preference express keys. Comes with 8192 pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen is easy to achieve pixel-level painting display. Provide a more accurate and natural drawing experience and almost without offset. With ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. Provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience. Cover 120% sRGB color gamut. This device not only provides users with a wider field of view, but also present a wider color gamut. Offering richer colors and more natural transition. Make your drawing more accurate and natural.The screen surface is covered with Anti-glare Glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and better protecting your eyes. Ultra-thin&Portable Adjustable Stand More Conveniency Wide Compatibility


Standing screen display size 13.3 Inches


Brand HUION


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Color GT-133 with Stand


Voltage 0.01 Volts


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B07BGZ81N3


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 622 ratings 4.3 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

  • Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus - Comes with 8192 levels of pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience; Plus with ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. (An adjustable stand is included)
  • 4 Press Keys and 1 Touch Bar - With 13.3 Inches IPS screen, not only save your time but also enhance your productivity; The weight of Kamvas Pro 13 is about 1KG and 11mm of thickness, only a little thicker than a mobile phone; Put the monitor to your favorite angle with the Multi-Angle Adjustable Stand.
  • 120% sRGB Color Gamut - Comes with 266 PPS Report Rate, you can have better performance and quicker response when working on the pen display; The drawing monitor cannot only provide users with a wider field of view, but also offering richer colors and more natural transition.
  • Full-laminated Anti-glare Glass - Thanks to the full-laminated screen technology, the stroke you drew is accurate and natural, and almost without offset; Besides, the screen surface is covered with anti-glare glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and providing better protection for your eyesight.
  • Compatibility - Kamvas Pro 13 is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS 10.12 or later; It is also compatible with mainstream software like Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio, Paint Tool Sai and more; Huion provides one year warranty. 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.

Description

Online Teaching and Working Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwars: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing. Important Notices: 1. Kindly note that Kamvas Pro 13 is NOT a standalone product. It needs to be connected to a computer/laptop to work. 2. Connection Tips: 3. Driver Installation Tips: 4. Indication to Avoid Offset: 5. Huion Tech Support Featuring a 13 inches IPS Screen, the weight of KAMVAS Pro 13 is about 1KG and the thickness is 11mm, only a little thicker than a mobile phone. It is easy to put in your backpack and carry. The combination of 4 press keys and 1 touch bar cannot only save your time but also enhance your productivity. You are free to set up your preference express keys. Comes with 8192 pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen is easy to achieve pixel-level painting display. Provide a more accurate and natural drawing experience and almost without offset. With ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. Provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience. Cover 120% sRGB color gamut. This device not only provides users with a wider field of view, but also present a wider color gamut. Offering richer colors and more natural transition. Make your drawing more accurate and natural.The screen surface is covered with Anti-glare Glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and better protecting your eyes. Ultra-thin&Portable Adjustable Stand More Conveniency Wide Compatibility


Standing screen display size 13.3 Inches


Brand HUION


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Color GT-133 with Stand


Voltage 0.01 Volts


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B07BGZ81N3


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 622 ratings 4.3 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

  • Tilt Function Battery-free Stylus - Comes with 8192 levels of pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience; Plus with ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. (An adjustable stand is included)
  • 4 Press Keys and 1 Touch Bar - With 13.3 Inches IPS screen, not only save your time but also enhance your productivity; The weight of Kamvas Pro 13 is about 1KG and 11mm of thickness, only a little thicker than a mobile phone; Put the monitor to your favorite angle with the Multi-Angle Adjustable Stand.
  • 120% sRGB Color Gamut - Comes with 266 PPS Report Rate, you can have better performance and quicker response when working on the pen display; The drawing monitor cannot only provide users with a wider field of view, but also offering richer colors and more natural transition.
  • Full-laminated Anti-glare Glass - Thanks to the full-laminated screen technology, the stroke you drew is accurate and natural, and almost without offset; Besides, the screen surface is covered with anti-glare glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and providing better protection for your eyesight.
  • Compatibility - Kamvas Pro 13 is compatible with Windows 7 or later and Mac OS 10.12 or later; It is also compatible with mainstream software like Adobe Photoshop, Clip Studio, Paint Tool Sai and more; Huion provides one year warranty. 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.

Description

Online Teaching and Working Meet all your needs for every subject with online tutoring softwars: Power Point, Wrod, OneNote, PDF... Let's work more efficiently. Use Huion for for online conference purpose,Web Conferencing, Webinars and Screen Sharing. Important Notices: 1. Kindly note that Kamvas Pro 13 is NOT a standalone product. It needs to be connected to a computer/laptop to work. 2. Connection Tips: 3. Driver Installation Tips: 4. Indication to Avoid Offset: 5. Huion Tech Support Featuring a 13 inches IPS Screen, the weight of KAMVAS Pro 13 is about 1KG and the thickness is 11mm, only a little thicker than a mobile phone. It is easy to put in your backpack and carry. The combination of 4 press keys and 1 touch bar cannot only save your time but also enhance your productivity. You are free to set up your preference express keys. Comes with 8192 pen pressure, PW507 battery-free pen is easy to achieve pixel-level painting display. Provide a more accurate and natural drawing experience and almost without offset. With ±60 degrees of natural tilt recognition, you will have much more fun when drawing. Provides a more accurate and natural drawing experience. Cover 120% sRGB color gamut. This device not only provides users with a wider field of view, but also present a wider color gamut. Offering richer colors and more natural transition. Make your drawing more accurate and natural.The screen surface is covered with Anti-glare Glass, effectively reducing the "glare" effect and better protecting your eyes. Ultra-thin&Portable Adjustable Stand More Conveniency Wide Compatibility


Standing screen display size 13.3 Inches


Brand HUION


Item Weight 2 pounds


Product Dimensions 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 15.28 x 8.62 x 0.43 inches


Color GT-133 with Stand


Voltage 0.01 Volts


Manufacturer Shenzhen Huion Animation Technology LTD.


ASIN B07BGZ81N3


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available March 15, 2018


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 622 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #78 in Computer Graphics Tablets


abunda_amazon_reviews I've had this tablet for about a week now and I'd say over it's amazing minus the cons. (I've since edited this review) Pros: - Screen is crisp and clear. - Colors are relatively accurate out the box with out much need for calibration. - Actually feels like you have more than enough workspace. - Super pressure sensitive. - I haven't noticed it getting hot like other screen tablets I've used. Only mildly warm after using it for like 5 hours. - Works out the box with dual screens and Paint Tool Sai on windows 10, unlike certain Wacom tablets. Mixed: - You can feel the pen nib move as you press down. The more you use the pen, the less noticeable it is. Cons: - The calibration tool is off. After you've calibrated your tablet it will be offset to the left quite a bit. The default calibration works fine for me so it's not as much of an issue. However it's noticeably off sometimes when drawing different directions. About 1/4th of an inch. - This tablet does have an issue with line jitter when drawing slowly. I'll attach pictures with fast/medium/slow. In CLIP the stabilizer is set to 14 in Sai to 11. - Has more issues with programs that are not Photoshop. Over all if this is you first tablet or you're just looking for a back up I'd consider this. Currently it seems like the best bang for your buck. Attached is some art I drew in both CLIP and Sai. As you see even if there is some line jitters it's not really that noticeable if you draw on really large canvases. (Edit: I've actually been told it's pretty noticeable in my most recent pictures now) I notice it more in CLIP than sai though. I'm hoping its just a driver issue and will be fixed in time. It's the one deal breaker I'm temped to return this tablet for. I'd consider waiting until they fix what ever driver issues they're having. I can't in good confidence fully recommend this tablet until they fix it. Edit: Apparently Huion is sending out free pens in exchange for reviews. I'm not sure how I feel about that. Edit: After using this tablet for a while the line issue is actually quite annoying when it comes to inking and trying to do clean colors. Huion has admitted that there is indeed a line issue and that it won't be fixed for quite sometime. Amazon won't allow me to upload the email so here it is transcribed. "“Dear Clover, Thank you for your reply. So sorry to tell at present this problem can’t not be solved. It is wavy when draw diagonal lines on tablet. But we try our best to improve our technology to solve this problem in the future. Thanks for your contact and let us realize this problem. Please give us time to grow. Hope you can understand and accept our sincere apologies.” Also annoyed because it's being quite a hassle to return. I don't recommend buying directly through Huion probably ever. Make sure it's for-filled through amazon if you decide to buy this tablet. Edit as of 5-7-18: I have tried the firmware update you can get by emailing Huion. Unfortunately there's still an issue with jittery lines, especially with CLIP. There also isn't any fix for the poor calibration. At this point in time I'm going to have to recommend going with XP-Pen. Edit as of 12-29-19: Finally the jitter seems to be reduced to something manageable in CLIP Studio! Still a small bit of jitter but no where near as bad, and almost negligible now. It only took them a year and a half to fix. Still sad I bought it at full price. If anything it's a warning not buy any tablet until the bugs are worked out.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Finally a reasonable amount of jitter!;;Clover;;;Hey there! This review is coming from an amateur hobby artist that prefers digital art and wanted to find the best tool possible within a reasonable price range. I'm not rich or anything but this is a hobby I care about so I spent maybe 5 months trying to find the ideal tablet that would take care of everything I needed it to without costing an arm and a leg. This was the tablet I settled on, and I've been extremely happy with my purchase, and I'm going to cover the concerns I had from reading previous reviews and how those worked out in practice. To start, I'm sure everyones biggest concern when debating on purchasing this is the "line wobble" pointed out by many other people. I'm happy to say that although this problem isn't solved completely, it isn't really a concern anymore! Huion has created a firmware update that once applied dramatically reduces the line wobble. It should be noted that this issue only really affected your drawing when you drew slow, diagonal lines, so for many people who do not draw this way they may not notice it. I have included before and after pictures(firmware update) to ease the concerns of anyone debating on this purchase but thinking that it might not function well enough for what they want. To receive this firmware update, you must email the huion support team at service@huiontablet.com. It includes directions on how to apply it, but a tip from me is that if the device does not show "connected" during the process, leave the usb/hdmi connected but disconnect and reconnect the USB-C port from the tablet and it will work! Now for my experience with the device... Digital has always appealed to me more than traditional as a medium, but for a few years all I've had was an old Wacom Bamboo. I never got over the disconnect between drawing on a surface and looking at different one, this feeling acted as a barrier to my motivation. I felt at home immediately upon switching to this device after it was set up and working. Even though I'm still only beginning to learn digital processes for art, I was able to crank out a painting the very first day I got it which i will include here! The screen is pretty, and I haven't yet needed to calibrate either the screen settings or the touch settings(which i hear there may be issues with unfortunately). The pressure and tilt work perfectly, and it was a significant step higher from anything that I had used. The device feels quality and the buttons/slider feel good to the touch! I feel that I will be able to grow and develop as a digital artist without feeling like there are any annoying hardware handicaps to fight through. Part of my reason for choosing this device was the smaller size and weight. It is very easy to hold and move, feels very good to hold up in my bed or to set on my lap in the chair. It isn't truly portable in that it will always require a computer and a wall outlet, but paired with my macbook they both fit easily in a bag and thats as good as portability will get for a device of this quality in my opinion. Some issues I had with it: On mac, the "Adjust Brush Size" setting of the slider did not function within photoshop. After some testing, I discovered that this functionality seems to break when you change the button bindings within the driver software. I fixed this by exporting my settings and reinstalling the driver, and importing my settings again. Testing with this it seems to work fine, however I was slightly annoyed support didn't help me with this and I had to troubleshoot it myself. There may be other obscure bugs like this that I haven't ran into yet, but here is my solution to this in case anyone needs it, I couldn't find one anywhere. In the case of other obscure bugs, I cannot promise that support will help or that you will find the answer easily online. There is some heat in the top of the screen. It gets warm, but I do not feel at all that this could impact the user or the device negatively, you typically do not have your hand at the top middle of the screen when drawing. At the very edges of the top of the screen, the mouse moves away from where you have the pen when drawing. This also has not affected me negatively, I draw in the middle mostly. I wouldn't have noticed it if other people hadn't pointed it out in other reviews, it wont affect your ability to draw with it. The stand that comes with it is pretty much garbage. It offers 7 height options but will only truly support the device at around 4 of those including just laying it flat. The lip of the stand that supports the bottom of the device needs to be longer after a certain inclination, currently it will just slide off. I can't really use it so now i'm just storing it. The pen stand is wonderful and sturdy, though, and includes 10 spare pen nibs which is very generous considering how long they can last. The stand quality hasn't impacted me much beyond disappointment, as I'd rather just hold the device anyway. So final thoughts after a week of owning this, I really love it. I feel if you are a fledgling artist looking to finally invest in good digital hardware, this is the ideal choice. If you are a seasoned digital artist, there may be larger options and more expensive options, but at this size and price you won't be upset with it as a more portable spare. I'm hoping this review eases the minds of anyone that was in my position and wondering if the kamvas pro 13 is the correct choice! I feel I'll be happily drawing on this for a few more years at least, and have really come to respect Huion as a company for offering such quality at this price for those of us who can't dump ~$2000 on a graphics monitor from Wacom. Rated material as high because it feels professional and nice. Rated durability as 4 because although I don't think it would break/scratch from use or maybe somewhat rough handling, I certainly wouldn't want to drop it from any height(like any screen device really). Ease of install rated 2 because of the need to contact support for necessary firmware updates (had to wait 12 hours for response) and issues with driver detailed above.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Perfect Purchase For Me (Line Updates and Tips!);;Sudopaws

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

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.

Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Clover - Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018
Finally a reasonable amount of jitter!
I've had this tablet for about a week now and I'd say over it's amazing minus the cons. (I've since edited this review) Pros: - Screen is crisp and clear. - Colors are relatively accurate out the box with out much need for calibration. - Actually feels like you have more than enough workspace. - Super pressure sensitive. - I haven't noticed it getting hot like other screen tablets I've used. Only mildly warm after using it for like 5 hours. - Works out the box with dual screens and Paint Tool Sai on windows 10, unlike certain Wacom tablets. Mixed: - You can feel the pen nib move as you press down. The more you use the pen, the less noticeable it is. Cons: - The calibration tool is off. After you've calibrated your tablet it will be offset to the left quite a bit. The default calibration works fine for me so it's not as much of an issue. However it's noticeably off sometimes when drawing different directions. About 1/4th of an inch. - This tablet does have an issue with line jitter when drawing slowly. I'll attach pictures with fast/medium/slow. In CLIP the stabilizer is set to 14 in Sai to 11. - Has more issues with programs that are not Photoshop. Over all if this is you first tablet or you're just looking for a back up I'd consider this. Currently it seems like the best bang for your buck. Attached is some art I drew in both CLIP and Sai. As you see even if there is some line jitters it's not really that noticeable if you draw on really large canvases. (Edit: I've actually been told it's pretty noticeable in my most recent pictures now) I notice it more in CLIP than sai though. I'm hoping its just a driver issue and will be fixed in time. It's the one deal breaker I'm temped to return this tablet for. I'd consider waiting until they fix what ever driver issues they're having. I can't in good confidence fully recommend this tablet until they fix it. Edit: Apparently Huion is sending out free pens in exchange for reviews. I'm not sure how I feel about that. Edit: After using this tablet for a while the line issue is actually quite annoying when it comes to inking and trying to do clean colors. Huion has admitted that there is indeed a line issue and that it won't be fixed for quite sometime. Amazon won't allow me to upload the email so here it is transcribed. "“Dear Clover, Thank you for your reply. So sorry to tell at present this problem can’t not be solved. It is wavy when draw diagonal lines on tablet. But we try our best to improve our technology to solve this problem in the future. Thanks for your contact and let us realize this problem. Please give us time to grow. Hope you can understand and accept our sincere apologies.” Also annoyed because it's being quite a hassle to return. I don't recommend buying directly through Huion probably ever. Make sure it's for-filled through amazon if you decide to buy this tablet. Edit as of 5-7-18: I have tried the firmware update you can get by emailing Huion. Unfortunately there's still an issue with jittery lines, especially with CLIP. There also isn't any fix for the poor calibration. At this point in time I'm going to have to recommend going with XP-Pen. Edit as of 12-29-19: Finally the jitter seems to be reduced to something manageable in CLIP Studio! Still a small bit of jitter but no where near as bad, and almost negligible now. It only took them a year and a half to fix. Still sad I bought it at full price. If anything it's a warning not buy any tablet until the bugs are worked out.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sudopaws - Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2019
Perfect Purchase For Me (Line Updates and Tips!)
Hey there! This review is coming from an amateur hobby artist that prefers digital art and wanted to find the best tool possible within a reasonable price range. I'm not rich or anything but this is a hobby I care about so I spent maybe 5 months trying to find the ideal tablet that would take care of everything I needed it to without costing an arm and a leg. This was the tablet I settled on, and I've been extremely happy with my purchase, and I'm going to cover the concerns I had from reading previous reviews and how those worked out in practice. To start, I'm sure everyones biggest concern when debating on purchasing this is the "line wobble" pointed out by many other people. I'm happy to say that although this problem isn't solved completely, it isn't really a concern anymore! Huion has created a firmware update that once applied dramatically reduces the line wobble. It should be noted that this issue only really affected your drawing when you drew slow, diagonal lines, so for many people who do not draw this way they may not notice it. I have included before and after pictures(firmware update) to ease the concerns of anyone debating on this purchase but thinking that it might not function well enough for what they want. To receive this firmware update, you must email the huion support team at service@huiontablet.com. It includes directions on how to apply it, but a tip from me is that if the device does not show "connected" during the process, leave the usb/hdmi connected but disconnect and reconnect the USB-C port from the tablet and it will work! Now for my experience with the device... Digital has always appealed to me more than traditional as a medium, but for a few years all I've had was an old Wacom Bamboo. I never got over the disconnect between drawing on a surface and looking at different one, this feeling acted as a barrier to my motivation. I felt at home immediately upon switching to this device after it was set up and working. Even though I'm still only beginning to learn digital processes for art, I was able to crank out a painting the very first day I got it which i will include here! The screen is pretty, and I haven't yet needed to calibrate either the screen settings or the touch settings(which i hear there may be issues with unfortunately). The pressure and tilt work perfectly, and it was a significant step higher from anything that I had used. The device feels quality and the buttons/slider feel good to the touch! I feel that I will be able to grow and develop as a digital artist without feeling like there are any annoying hardware handicaps to fight through. Part of my reason for choosing this device was the smaller size and weight. It is very easy to hold and move, feels very good to hold up in my bed or to set on my lap in the chair. It isn't truly portable in that it will always require a computer and a wall outlet, but paired with my macbook they both fit easily in a bag and thats as good as portability will get for a device of this quality in my opinion. Some issues I had with it: On mac, the "Adjust Brush Size" setting of the slider did not function within photoshop. After some testing, I discovered that this functionality seems to break when you change the button bindings within the driver software. I fixed this by exporting my settings and reinstalling the driver, and importing my settings again. Testing with this it seems to work fine, however I was slightly annoyed support didn't help me with this and I had to troubleshoot it myself. There may be other obscure bugs like this that I haven't ran into yet, but here is my solution to this in case anyone needs it, I couldn't find one anywhere. In the case of other obscure bugs, I cannot promise that support will help or that you will find the answer easily online. There is some heat in the top of the screen. It gets warm, but I do not feel at all that this could impact the user or the device negatively, you typically do not have your hand at the top middle of the screen when drawing. At the very edges of the top of the screen, the mouse moves away from where you have the pen when drawing. This also has not affected me negatively, I draw in the middle mostly. I wouldn't have noticed it if other people hadn't pointed it out in other reviews, it wont affect your ability to draw with it. The stand that comes with it is pretty much garbage. It offers 7 height options but will only truly support the device at around 4 of those including just laying it flat. The lip of the stand that supports the bottom of the device needs to be longer after a certain inclination, currently it will just slide off. I can't really use it so now i'm just storing it. The pen stand is wonderful and sturdy, though, and includes 10 spare pen nibs which is very generous considering how long they can last. The stand quality hasn't impacted me much beyond disappointment, as I'd rather just hold the device anyway. So final thoughts after a week of owning this, I really love it. I feel if you are a fledgling artist looking to finally invest in good digital hardware, this is the ideal choice. If you are a seasoned digital artist, there may be larger options and more expensive options, but at this size and price you won't be upset with it as a more portable spare. I'm hoping this review eases the minds of anyone that was in my position and wondering if the kamvas pro 13 is the correct choice! I feel I'll be happily drawing on this for a few more years at least, and have really come to respect Huion as a company for offering such quality at this price for those of us who can't dump ~$2000 on a graphics monitor from Wacom. Rated material as high because it feels professional and nice. Rated durability as 4 because although I don't think it would break/scratch from use or maybe somewhat rough handling, I certainly wouldn't want to drop it from any height(like any screen device really). Ease of install rated 2 because of the need to contact support for necessary firmware updates (had to wait 12 hours for response) and issues with driver detailed above.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By Clover - Reviewed in the United States on September 28, 2018
Finally a reasonable amount of jitter!
I've had this tablet for about a week now and I'd say over it's amazing minus the cons. (I've since edited this review) Pros: - Screen is crisp and clear. - Colors are relatively accurate out the box with out much need for calibration. - Actually feels like you have more than enough workspace. - Super pressure sensitive. - I haven't noticed it getting hot like other screen tablets I've used. Only mildly warm after using it for like 5 hours. - Works out the box with dual screens and Paint Tool Sai on windows 10, unlike certain Wacom tablets. Mixed: - You can feel the pen nib move as you press down. The more you use the pen, the less noticeable it is. Cons: - The calibration tool is off. After you've calibrated your tablet it will be offset to the left quite a bit. The default calibration works fine for me so it's not as much of an issue. However it's noticeably off sometimes when drawing different directions. About 1/4th of an inch. - This tablet does have an issue with line jitter when drawing slowly. I'll attach pictures with fast/medium/slow. In CLIP the stabilizer is set to 14 in Sai to 11. - Has more issues with programs that are not Photoshop. Over all if this is you first tablet or you're just looking for a back up I'd consider this. Currently it seems like the best bang for your buck. Attached is some art I drew in both CLIP and Sai. As you see even if there is some line jitters it's not really that noticeable if you draw on really large canvases. (Edit: I've actually been told it's pretty noticeable in my most recent pictures now) I notice it more in CLIP than sai though. I'm hoping its just a driver issue and will be fixed in time. It's the one deal breaker I'm temped to return this tablet for. I'd consider waiting until they fix what ever driver issues they're having. I can't in good confidence fully recommend this tablet until they fix it. Edit: Apparently Huion is sending out free pens in exchange for reviews. I'm not sure how I feel about that. Edit: After using this tablet for a while the line issue is actually quite annoying when it comes to inking and trying to do clean colors. Huion has admitted that there is indeed a line issue and that it won't be fixed for quite sometime. Amazon won't allow me to upload the email so here it is transcribed. "“Dear Clover, Thank you for your reply. So sorry to tell at present this problem can’t not be solved. It is wavy when draw diagonal lines on tablet. But we try our best to improve our technology to solve this problem in the future. Thanks for your contact and let us realize this problem. Please give us time to grow. Hope you can understand and accept our sincere apologies.” Also annoyed because it's being quite a hassle to return. I don't recommend buying directly through Huion probably ever. Make sure it's for-filled through amazon if you decide to buy this tablet. Edit as of 5-7-18: I have tried the firmware update you can get by emailing Huion. Unfortunately there's still an issue with jittery lines, especially with CLIP. There also isn't any fix for the poor calibration. At this point in time I'm going to have to recommend going with XP-Pen. Edit as of 12-29-19: Finally the jitter seems to be reduced to something manageable in CLIP Studio! Still a small bit of jitter but no where near as bad, and almost negligible now. It only took them a year and a half to fix. Still sad I bought it at full price. If anything it's a warning not buy any tablet until the bugs are worked out.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Sudopaws - Reviewed in the United States on January 24, 2019
Perfect Purchase For Me (Line Updates and Tips!)
Hey there! This review is coming from an amateur hobby artist that prefers digital art and wanted to find the best tool possible within a reasonable price range. I'm not rich or anything but this is a hobby I care about so I spent maybe 5 months trying to find the ideal tablet that would take care of everything I needed it to without costing an arm and a leg. This was the tablet I settled on, and I've been extremely happy with my purchase, and I'm going to cover the concerns I had from reading previous reviews and how those worked out in practice. To start, I'm sure everyones biggest concern when debating on purchasing this is the "line wobble" pointed out by many other people. I'm happy to say that although this problem isn't solved completely, it isn't really a concern anymore! Huion has created a firmware update that once applied dramatically reduces the line wobble. It should be noted that this issue only really affected your drawing when you drew slow, diagonal lines, so for many people who do not draw this way they may not notice it. I have included before and after pictures(firmware update) to ease the concerns of anyone debating on this purchase but thinking that it might not function well enough for what they want. To receive this firmware update, you must email the huion support team at service@huiontablet.com. It includes directions on how to apply it, but a tip from me is that if the device does not show "connected" during the process, leave the usb/hdmi connected but disconnect and reconnect the USB-C port from the tablet and it will work! Now for my experience with the device... Digital has always appealed to me more than traditional as a medium, but for a few years all I've had was an old Wacom Bamboo. I never got over the disconnect between drawing on a surface and looking at different one, this feeling acted as a barrier to my motivation. I felt at home immediately upon switching to this device after it was set up and working. Even though I'm still only beginning to learn digital processes for art, I was able to crank out a painting the very first day I got it which i will include here! The screen is pretty, and I haven't yet needed to calibrate either the screen settings or the touch settings(which i hear there may be issues with unfortunately). The pressure and tilt work perfectly, and it was a significant step higher from anything that I had used. The device feels quality and the buttons/slider feel good to the touch! I feel that I will be able to grow and develop as a digital artist without feeling like there are any annoying hardware handicaps to fight through. Part of my reason for choosing this device was the smaller size and weight. It is very easy to hold and move, feels very good to hold up in my bed or to set on my lap in the chair. It isn't truly portable in that it will always require a computer and a wall outlet, but paired with my macbook they both fit easily in a bag and thats as good as portability will get for a device of this quality in my opinion. Some issues I had with it: On mac, the "Adjust Brush Size" setting of the slider did not function within photoshop. After some testing, I discovered that this functionality seems to break when you change the button bindings within the driver software. I fixed this by exporting my settings and reinstalling the driver, and importing my settings again. Testing with this it seems to work fine, however I was slightly annoyed support didn't help me with this and I had to troubleshoot it myself. There may be other obscure bugs like this that I haven't ran into yet, but here is my solution to this in case anyone needs it, I couldn't find one anywhere. In the case of other obscure bugs, I cannot promise that support will help or that you will find the answer easily online. There is some heat in the top of the screen. It gets warm, but I do not feel at all that this could impact the user or the device negatively, you typically do not have your hand at the top middle of the screen when drawing. At the very edges of the top of the screen, the mouse moves away from where you have the pen when drawing. This also has not affected me negatively, I draw in the middle mostly. I wouldn't have noticed it if other people hadn't pointed it out in other reviews, it wont affect your ability to draw with it. The stand that comes with it is pretty much garbage. It offers 7 height options but will only truly support the device at around 4 of those including just laying it flat. The lip of the stand that supports the bottom of the device needs to be longer after a certain inclination, currently it will just slide off. I can't really use it so now i'm just storing it. The pen stand is wonderful and sturdy, though, and includes 10 spare pen nibs which is very generous considering how long they can last. The stand quality hasn't impacted me much beyond disappointment, as I'd rather just hold the device anyway. So final thoughts after a week of owning this, I really love it. I feel if you are a fledgling artist looking to finally invest in good digital hardware, this is the ideal choice. If you are a seasoned digital artist, there may be larger options and more expensive options, but at this size and price you won't be upset with it as a more portable spare. I'm hoping this review eases the minds of anyone that was in my position and wondering if the kamvas pro 13 is the correct choice! I feel I'll be happily drawing on this for a few more years at least, and have really come to respect Huion as a company for offering such quality at this price for those of us who can't dump ~$2000 on a graphics monitor from Wacom. Rated material as high because it feels professional and nice. Rated durability as 4 because although I don't think it would break/scratch from use or maybe somewhat rough handling, I certainly wouldn't want to drop it from any height(like any screen device really). Ease of install rated 2 because of the need to contact support for necessary firmware updates (had to wait 12 hours for response) and issues with driver detailed above.