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XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)

XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)

XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro 15.6 Inch Drawing Pen Display Graphics Monitor Full-Laminated Technology Drawing Monitor with Tilt Function and Red Dial (8192 Levels Pen Pressure, 120% sRGB)
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Features

  • XP-Pen Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in a wider view. Simply connect the Artist 15.6 Pro to your computer with the included HDMI and two USB cables to start drawing without plugging into any wall plug
  • Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity―providing increased accuracy, control, and fluidity to effortlessly for the finest sketches and lines. And enjoy smooth, enhanced performance with our P05R Battery-free Stylus
  • The innovative Red Dial interface breaks through the traditional pen display design for optimal efficiency. It fits comfortably in your hand and can be programmed to zoom in and out on your canvas, scroll up and down, and more, giving you the power to create more. Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys, puts more customization options at your fingertips, and allows you to optimize your workflow to capture and express your ideas faster and more easily
  • XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro features a slim 11mm profile and easily accessible brightness adjustment buttons, so you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. Included with the Artist 15.6Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding and relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. Artist 15.6 Pro comes with an anti-reflective coating and helps reduce glare to protect your eyes, so your screen continues to stay crisp and clear even in bright light
  • Compatible with Windows 10/8/7(32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later, and major graphics software such as Photoshop, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and many more. Sketch, paint. XP-Pen provides a one-year warranty [warranty only valid under the situation that damage is not caused by man-made] and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays. [Warm Reminder: Artist15.6 Pro drawing pen display must be used with a computer]

Description

Important Notice: 1. Artist15.6 Pro is NOT a standalone product!!! 2. About the Protective Film 3. Connection Tips 4. Driver Download and Installation Tips 4.1 Before Driver Installation: 4.2 For Windows Users: 4.3 For Mac Mojave (10.14), Catalina (10.15) Users: 5. XP-PEN Provides Lifetime Support on all Our Drawing Pen Tablets/Displays XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB (88%NTSC) with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in wider view. Your artworks will look more natural and colorful. Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Presenting lowest parallax, strokes will be more accurate, providing you an immersive drawing environment. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. You will enjoy a more naturally familiar drawing experience than ever before. Compared to the Artist 15.6,the Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow. It also features a slim 11mm profile, and with an easily accessible smart screen-brightness button, you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro comes with a replaceable anti-glare optical film, featuring high transparency and scratch resistance and reduces glare while keeping your screen crisp and clear even bright light. Included with the Artist 15.6 Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding as well as relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. The multi-function Pen Holder keeps your pen and pen nibs safe, and doubles as a pen stand or pen holder. 1-Simultaneous digital inking with an XP-Pen Artist15.6Pro pen display compatible with Microsoft Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and more. Visually present your handwritten notes and signatures precisely – ideal for your web conferencing or online teaching needs. 2-Teachers and speakers can create and explain interactive content visually by writing, editing, and annotating directly in files and sharing their screen in real time. This flexibility allows the flow of creative ideas and the problem-solving process to be presented intuitively and efficiently. Engage, inspire, and immerse students and attendees like never before. 3-With a stylus and Artist 15.6Pro pen display, teachers and students can write and edit complicated functional equations with ease while streaming or broadcasting. In an office setting, you can record minutes or jot down ideas and inspirations with ease during web conferencing. 4-If you are a teacher pursuing further career development and personal fulfillment, you probably want to broadcast your courses to your streaming platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Bloc, Twitch, Udemy, Khan Academy, Codecademy, and more. XP-Pen Artist 15.6Pro pen display makes your process much smoother and easier and your education broadcasting more intuitive and attractive. 5-Compatible with Windows 7/8/10, and Mac OS X 10.10 and above. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro compatible with XSplit, Zoom, Twitch, Microsoft Teams, ezTalks Webinar, Idroo, Scribbiar, wiziQ, and more.


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor None


Average Battery Life (in hours) 2 years


Brand XP-PEN


Item model number Artist 15.6 Pro


Item Weight 3.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Manufacturer XP-PEN


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 25, 2018


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 556 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available December 25, 2018


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Features

  • XP-Pen Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in a wider view. Simply connect the Artist 15.6 Pro to your computer with the included HDMI and two USB cables to start drawing without plugging into any wall plug
  • Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity―providing increased accuracy, control, and fluidity to effortlessly for the finest sketches and lines. And enjoy smooth, enhanced performance with our P05R Battery-free Stylus
  • The innovative Red Dial interface breaks through the traditional pen display design for optimal efficiency. It fits comfortably in your hand and can be programmed to zoom in and out on your canvas, scroll up and down, and more, giving you the power to create more. Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys, puts more customization options at your fingertips, and allows you to optimize your workflow to capture and express your ideas faster and more easily
  • XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro features a slim 11mm profile and easily accessible brightness adjustment buttons, so you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. Included with the Artist 15.6Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding and relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. Artist 15.6 Pro comes with an anti-reflective coating and helps reduce glare to protect your eyes, so your screen continues to stay crisp and clear even in bright light
  • Compatible with Windows 10/8/7(32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later, and major graphics software such as Photoshop, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and many more. Sketch, paint. XP-Pen provides a one-year warranty [warranty only valid under the situation that damage is not caused by man-made] and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays. [Warm Reminder: Artist15.6 Pro drawing pen display must be used with a computer]

Description

Important Notice: 1. Artist15.6 Pro is NOT a standalone product!!! 2. About the Protective Film 3. Connection Tips 4. Driver Download and Installation Tips 4.1 Before Driver Installation: 4.2 For Windows Users: 4.3 For Mac Mojave (10.14), Catalina (10.15) Users: 5. XP-PEN Provides Lifetime Support on all Our Drawing Pen Tablets/Displays XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB (88%NTSC) with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in wider view. Your artworks will look more natural and colorful. Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Presenting lowest parallax, strokes will be more accurate, providing you an immersive drawing environment. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. You will enjoy a more naturally familiar drawing experience than ever before. Compared to the Artist 15.6,the Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow. It also features a slim 11mm profile, and with an easily accessible smart screen-brightness button, you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro comes with a replaceable anti-glare optical film, featuring high transparency and scratch resistance and reduces glare while keeping your screen crisp and clear even bright light. Included with the Artist 15.6 Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding as well as relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. The multi-function Pen Holder keeps your pen and pen nibs safe, and doubles as a pen stand or pen holder. 1-Simultaneous digital inking with an XP-Pen Artist15.6Pro pen display compatible with Microsoft Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and more. Visually present your handwritten notes and signatures precisely – ideal for your web conferencing or online teaching needs. 2-Teachers and speakers can create and explain interactive content visually by writing, editing, and annotating directly in files and sharing their screen in real time. This flexibility allows the flow of creative ideas and the problem-solving process to be presented intuitively and efficiently. Engage, inspire, and immerse students and attendees like never before. 3-With a stylus and Artist 15.6Pro pen display, teachers and students can write and edit complicated functional equations with ease while streaming or broadcasting. In an office setting, you can record minutes or jot down ideas and inspirations with ease during web conferencing. 4-If you are a teacher pursuing further career development and personal fulfillment, you probably want to broadcast your courses to your streaming platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Bloc, Twitch, Udemy, Khan Academy, Codecademy, and more. XP-Pen Artist 15.6Pro pen display makes your process much smoother and easier and your education broadcasting more intuitive and attractive. 5-Compatible with Windows 7/8/10, and Mac OS X 10.10 and above. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro compatible with XSplit, Zoom, Twitch, Microsoft Teams, ezTalks Webinar, Idroo, Scribbiar, wiziQ, and more.


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor None


Average Battery Life (in hours) 2 years


Brand XP-PEN


Item model number Artist 15.6 Pro


Item Weight 3.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Manufacturer XP-PEN


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 25, 2018


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 556 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available December 25, 2018


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.


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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

  • XP-Pen Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in a wider view. Simply connect the Artist 15.6 Pro to your computer with the included HDMI and two USB cables to start drawing without plugging into any wall plug
  • Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity―providing increased accuracy, control, and fluidity to effortlessly for the finest sketches and lines. And enjoy smooth, enhanced performance with our P05R Battery-free Stylus
  • The innovative Red Dial interface breaks through the traditional pen display design for optimal efficiency. It fits comfortably in your hand and can be programmed to zoom in and out on your canvas, scroll up and down, and more, giving you the power to create more. Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys, puts more customization options at your fingertips, and allows you to optimize your workflow to capture and express your ideas faster and more easily
  • XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro features a slim 11mm profile and easily accessible brightness adjustment buttons, so you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. Included with the Artist 15.6Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding and relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. Artist 15.6 Pro comes with an anti-reflective coating and helps reduce glare to protect your eyes, so your screen continues to stay crisp and clear even in bright light
  • Compatible with Windows 10/8/7(32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later, and major graphics software such as Photoshop, Painter, Illustrator, Clip Studio, and many more. Sketch, paint. XP-Pen provides a one-year warranty [warranty only valid under the situation that damage is not caused by man-made] and lifetime technical support for all our pen tablets/displays. [Warm Reminder: Artist15.6 Pro drawing pen display must be used with a computer]

Description

Important Notice: 1. Artist15.6 Pro is NOT a standalone product!!! 2. About the Protective Film 3. Connection Tips 4. Driver Download and Installation Tips 4.1 Before Driver Installation: 4.2 For Windows Users: 4.3 For Mac Mojave (10.14), Catalina (10.15) Users: 5. XP-PEN Provides Lifetime Support on all Our Drawing Pen Tablets/Displays XP-PEN Artist15.6 Pro pairs a superb color accuracy of 120% sRGB (88%NTSC) with 178 degrees of visual angle and delivers rich colors, vivid images, and dazzling details in wider view. Your artworks will look more natural and colorful. Artist15.6 Pro adopting full-laminated technology, seamlessly combines the glass and the screen, to create a distraction-free working environment that's also easy on the eyes. Presenting lowest parallax, strokes will be more accurate, providing you an immersive drawing environment. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro supports 60 degrees of tilt function, allowing it to easily and quickly sense the gesture movement of the stylus to ensure accurate imitation of a real tilting brush effect, delivering smoother and more natural transition between lines and strokes. You will enjoy a more naturally familiar drawing experience than ever before. Compared to the Artist 15.6,the Artist 15.6 Pro features 8 fully customizable shortcut keys and puts more customization options at your fingertips to suit you preferred work style, allowing you to capture and express your ideas easier and faster for optimized workflow. It also features a slim 11mm profile, and with an easily accessible smart screen-brightness button, you can easily adjust it to your preferred brightness for comfortable drawing. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro comes with a replaceable anti-glare optical film, featuring high transparency and scratch resistance and reduces glare while keeping your screen crisp and clear even bright light. Included with the Artist 15.6 Pro, the AC 41 easy-to-use stand is built to prevent shaking or sliding as well as relieve eye fatigue and hand stiffness. The multi-function Pen Holder keeps your pen and pen nibs safe, and doubles as a pen stand or pen holder. 1-Simultaneous digital inking with an XP-Pen Artist15.6Pro pen display compatible with Microsoft Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and more. Visually present your handwritten notes and signatures precisely – ideal for your web conferencing or online teaching needs. 2-Teachers and speakers can create and explain interactive content visually by writing, editing, and annotating directly in files and sharing their screen in real time. This flexibility allows the flow of creative ideas and the problem-solving process to be presented intuitively and efficiently. Engage, inspire, and immerse students and attendees like never before. 3-With a stylus and Artist 15.6Pro pen display, teachers and students can write and edit complicated functional equations with ease while streaming or broadcasting. In an office setting, you can record minutes or jot down ideas and inspirations with ease during web conferencing. 4-If you are a teacher pursuing further career development and personal fulfillment, you probably want to broadcast your courses to your streaming platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Bloc, Twitch, Udemy, Khan Academy, Codecademy, and more. XP-Pen Artist 15.6Pro pen display makes your process much smoother and easier and your education broadcasting more intuitive and attractive. 5-Compatible with Windows 7/8/10, and Mac OS X 10.10 and above. The XP-Pen Artist 15.6 Pro compatible with XSplit, Zoom, Twitch, Microsoft Teams, ezTalks Webinar, Idroo, Scribbiar, wiziQ, and more.


Standing screen display size 15.6 Inches


Graphics Coprocessor None


Average Battery Life (in hours) 2 years


Brand XP-PEN


Item model number Artist 15.6 Pro


Item Weight 3.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Item Dimensions L x W x H 17.44 x 11.02 x 0.51 inches


Manufacturer XP-PEN


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available December 25, 2018


ASIN B07M5X7MH1


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 556 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108 in Computer Graphics Tablets


Date First Available December 25, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews Tried the XP-Pen after seeing a glowing review from Mobiletechreview on Youtube and didn't have the budget for a Wacom. First off, the XP-Pen is a gorgeous device! I was so excited when it came! The drawing surface has a nice matte finish and the pen is nice to hold and draw with. The presentation of the box is sleek and setup of the drivers was easy on Windows 10. The express keys are responsive and the scroll wheel is oddly fun to use. The stand only has one position, but it seemed safe enough to sub in another stand or put a few books behind it if you need a sharper angle. There are no VESA screw holes for a mounting arm. Unfortunately some problems started when I officially started putting this tablet to use. Upon turning it on, the colors looked quite nice and vivid! But eyeballing it with my other color-accurate monitors, the blues and reds are blown out and way off from where they need to be. Don't get me wrong; it looks nice, but I work with some print media and need them to be more in line with the rest of the monitors. I am also left handed, so I need the pen calibration flipped 180 degrees. Not a big deal, since you can adjust colors and rotation with the driver software, right? Well usually yes, but all the options for this are under a button in the Pentablet software called -Display Setting-. Every time I clicked Display Setting, I would get an error saying the tablet is not connected, even though I am using the tablet right now, viewing the software with it. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling both the tablet and software, trying different power sources and display/usb ports, and even restoring my desktop to a slightly older version of itself. No dice. Both color management and pen rotation, the two most important things for me, are locked under this one button I couldn't access for seemingly no reason. The tablet worked fine otherwise. I’ve been looking for other ways around this, but there don’t seem to be any? In order for left-handed mode to work, you need to rotate your display settings on your desktop, rotate the monitor itself, AND rotate pen calibration via the software. If you don’t rotate calibration, the pen goes the exact opposite of where you place it on the screen. Plus the two side buttons only adjust brightness and not gamma, contrast, etc. On top of this, pen calibration is weird if you have more than one monitor hooked up. When calibrating the pen, a white screen with red x’s should appear on only the XP-Pen’s screen. However if I have a second non-drawing monitor hooked up, then the white screen gets split between them. I can’t fully calibrate the pen correctly as it’s split between two screens (and one x appears right in the middle of both screens and is unclickable).. I have to manually unplug the secondary monitor. I thought maybe it was just my rig giving these issues, so I tried it on my spare laptop, which has never been used for drawing or had a tablet hooked up to it. Same issue. Quickly tried with my SO’s laptop. Same issue. I have contacted XP-Pen a few days ago via Facebook, email, this Amazon product page and Twitter, but have yet to hear any reply about this. Will have to return this drawing display. Until XP-Pen updates their drivers or has a workaround for this problem, I would recommend holding off on this tablet if you're left-handed or need more precise colors. This could all just be a me-problem or just my specific tablet in particular, but wanted to give a heads up. I will revise this review if there ever is a fix from either me or XP-Pen.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2019;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Driver issues making left-handed mode and color calibration impossible, and pen calibration issues;;Gee;;;Disclaimer: I'm a newbie artist who is getting into digital art because I really liked drawing on my Pixelbook but wanted something better, both with hardware as well as software. I really liked being able to rotate and move the canvas with my fingers while drawing on the Pixelbook. This made digital art very enjoyable and functional. I was concerned I would miss this on a cheaper pen display without touch. I considered the iPad Pro but feared the price and that iOS would ultimately frustrate and limit me. The Wacom Cintiq 16 is also more expensive and did not have any buttons at all, so I worried how that would affect my workflow. Ultimately I decided on the Pro 15.6 because of the price and functionality. On the Pixelbook I used the Sketchbook Pro Android app and with the Pro 15.6 I now use Clip Studio Pro (“CSP”) on Windows and don’t think I’ll be going back to Sketchbook. Dial and Buttons I don’t really miss the lack of touch on this display because of the dial and buttons. I think I may actually prefer the dial and buttons to touch because there’s no inadvertent touches. I’ve programmed the dial to both rotate and zoom in/out the canvas in both Sketchbook and CSP. One button switches between both functions (thanks to another reviewer for the pro tip!). Another button allows me to move the canvas with the pen while I hold it down (space bar). Even though reviewers say the Cintiq 16 has better line quality, I don’t want to give up the dial and buttons now, even if the price was the same. Being able to easily rotate the display allows me to physically draw better lines. Line quality I can’t really speak to how it compares to the Cintiq 16, but the Pro 15.6 is way better than the Pixelbook. With the Pixelbook, I had to turn on software assist to make an even line without any jitter. With this, I rarely do. Could it be better? Probably. But for my purposes I’m pretty happy. And I can still turn on software features if needed. I do find that if I zoom out to close the actual size of the canvas, I can make a good, smooth line without much software assistance. The drawing surface with the pre-applied screen protector is better than the Pixelbook’s glass. It does not feel like paper so probably not as good as the Cintiq 16. Display The 15.6 size is really a nice upgrade to the Pixelbook size wise (which is the same as the biggest iPad Pro). After some calibration, I was able to get the display to match my TV color pretty closely (I have the display hooked up to a PC that is also connected to my Sony TV). I also really like the brightness control buttons. But again, I’m no pro. Drivers Yes, the drivers are clunky and could be more refined, but they are functional. The driver failed to open my display drivers to calibrate the monitor’s colors and position, but that didn’t stop me from opening it myself (I have AMD Radeon display drivers) and calibrating the monitor’s colors. The driver also failed to calibrate the pen when it extended the display so I had to set it to duplicate my TV to calibrate the pen. Otherwise, I was able to program the dial and buttons for each application, although this could be more intuitive. I haven’t had the need to change the pressure curves or anything else in the driver. ***Update 5/13/2019: With the latest drivers on 5/13/2019, I can now calibrate the XP-Pen's display and rotation while the monitor is duplicating my TV. This makes it much easier as I no longer have to rely on a GPU driver or change to extend mode to calibrate the drawing monitor. I've found if I turn down all three colors, RGB, to 35 then the colors aren't as blown out and match better my TV. ***Update 3/30/2019: I've now added a discrete GPU, an Nvidia RTX 1660 TI, and discovered I could not calibrate the XP-Pen's color display separately from the Sony TV with the Nvidia control panel, so I used XP Pen's app while setting the displays to extend mode. This works fine, even after I switched the displays back to duplicating mode. After viewing some calibration images, I've also noticed that the XP-Pen's colors are more blown out than the Sony TV at the bright end of the spectrum. This is a little disappointing but for what I need the pen display for it's not a huge issue to me. But be aware that color may be washed out on the brighter side and might not be as good as what you are used to. ***Update 2/19/2019: after a quick response from XP-Pen, they explained to me that the XP-Pen driver cannot configure the display when it is duplicating my TV and only works when extending the TV display. However, since I can configure the color of the XP-Pen with the Radeon app for my GPU, this isn't an issue for me. Stand The stand doesn’t raise it high enough for me. Otherwise it works. At first I propped it higher with a heavy box under it, but that was clunky. Then I purchased the Parblo PR 100 stand and with this I have the display at about a 60 degree angle that works really well. Considering the Cintiq 16 doesn’t come with a proper stand either I’m not considering this a big minus. In considering the alternatives currently on the market, I’m keeping the 15.6 Pro and am giving it a 5 star rating despite some issues because of the price. I see that XP-Pen has already updated the drivers once already so I hope that they will improve with time. Otherwise I’m pretty happy to continue to draw on it and to recommend it to other hobbyists who can put up with its issues. I’m really pulling for them to fill this niche in the market. Hope this was helpful!;;Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Dial, buttons[, Updated drivers!] and drawing quality make it a keeper despite some minor issues;;Curiousara;;;I had the Artist 15.6 and really liked it so when I saw that XP-Pen had come out with a model with the laminated glass that promised to eliminate that annoying parallax effect I just had to give it a try. My first drawing with this product was far superior to anything I have drawn on other tablet. I include the big expensive players in my experience. This product looks sleeker and better built than most of the 3rd party manufacturers I have used. The new screen protector is a HUGE improvement as well. Not as textured as the previous model and does not discolor from the nibs. The non pro version of this has a rougher texture that wears down the nibs quickly and leaves residue. They have designed a protector that seems to fit into the premium product space in terms of functionality while keeping the cost to a minimum for beginning artists. This is a bargain in the sub 500 dollar market. Very happy with performance. Just a tip - the ring can have up to four functions. It is not clear in the instructions but you will have to program on of the express keys to cycle through them in the control panel. I wish the middle of the wheel was a button but serves no purpose. Very nice, compact design.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The best bargain for a drawing tablet currently available.;;Ben

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2.0 out of 5 stars
By Gee - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2019
Driver issues making left-handed mode and color calibration impossible, and pen calibration issues
Tried the XP-Pen after seeing a glowing review from Mobiletechreview on Youtube and didn't have the budget for a Wacom. First off, the XP-Pen is a gorgeous device! I was so excited when it came! The drawing surface has a nice matte finish and the pen is nice to hold and draw with. The presentation of the box is sleek and setup of the drivers was easy on Windows 10. The express keys are responsive and the scroll wheel is oddly fun to use. The stand only has one position, but it seemed safe enough to sub in another stand or put a few books behind it if you need a sharper angle. There are no VESA screw holes for a mounting arm. Unfortunately some problems started when I officially started putting this tablet to use. Upon turning it on, the colors looked quite nice and vivid! But eyeballing it with my other color-accurate monitors, the blues and reds are blown out and way off from where they need to be. Don't get me wrong; it looks nice, but I work with some print media and need them to be more in line with the rest of the monitors. I am also left handed, so I need the pen calibration flipped 180 degrees. Not a big deal, since you can adjust colors and rotation with the driver software, right? Well usually yes, but all the options for this are under a button in the Pentablet software called -Display Setting-. Every time I clicked Display Setting, I would get an error saying the tablet is not connected, even though I am using the tablet right now, viewing the software with it. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling both the tablet and software, trying different power sources and display/usb ports, and even restoring my desktop to a slightly older version of itself. No dice. Both color management and pen rotation, the two most important things for me, are locked under this one button I couldn't access for seemingly no reason. The tablet worked fine otherwise. I’ve been looking for other ways around this, but there don’t seem to be any? In order for left-handed mode to work, you need to rotate your display settings on your desktop, rotate the monitor itself, AND rotate pen calibration via the software. If you don’t rotate calibration, the pen goes the exact opposite of where you place it on the screen. Plus the two side buttons only adjust brightness and not gamma, contrast, etc. On top of this, pen calibration is weird if you have more than one monitor hooked up. When calibrating the pen, a white screen with red x’s should appear on only the XP-Pen’s screen. However if I have a second non-drawing monitor hooked up, then the white screen gets split between them. I can’t fully calibrate the pen correctly as it’s split between two screens (and one x appears right in the middle of both screens and is unclickable).. I have to manually unplug the secondary monitor. I thought maybe it was just my rig giving these issues, so I tried it on my spare laptop, which has never been used for drawing or had a tablet hooked up to it. Same issue. Quickly tried with my SO’s laptop. Same issue. I have contacted XP-Pen a few days ago via Facebook, email, this Amazon product page and Twitter, but have yet to hear any reply about this. Will have to return this drawing display. Until XP-Pen updates their drivers or has a workaround for this problem, I would recommend holding off on this tablet if you're left-handed or need more precise colors. This could all just be a me-problem or just my specific tablet in particular, but wanted to give a heads up. I will revise this review if there ever is a fix from either me or XP-Pen.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Curiousara - Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019
Dial, buttons[, Updated drivers!] and drawing quality make it a keeper despite some minor issues
Disclaimer: I'm a newbie artist who is getting into digital art because I really liked drawing on my Pixelbook but wanted something better, both with hardware as well as software. I really liked being able to rotate and move the canvas with my fingers while drawing on the Pixelbook. This made digital art very enjoyable and functional. I was concerned I would miss this on a cheaper pen display without touch. I considered the iPad Pro but feared the price and that iOS would ultimately frustrate and limit me. The Wacom Cintiq 16 is also more expensive and did not have any buttons at all, so I worried how that would affect my workflow. Ultimately I decided on the Pro 15.6 because of the price and functionality. On the Pixelbook I used the Sketchbook Pro Android app and with the Pro 15.6 I now use Clip Studio Pro (“CSP”) on Windows and don’t think I’ll be going back to Sketchbook. Dial and Buttons I don’t really miss the lack of touch on this display because of the dial and buttons. I think I may actually prefer the dial and buttons to touch because there’s no inadvertent touches. I’ve programmed the dial to both rotate and zoom in/out the canvas in both Sketchbook and CSP. One button switches between both functions (thanks to another reviewer for the pro tip!). Another button allows me to move the canvas with the pen while I hold it down (space bar). Even though reviewers say the Cintiq 16 has better line quality, I don’t want to give up the dial and buttons now, even if the price was the same. Being able to easily rotate the display allows me to physically draw better lines. Line quality I can’t really speak to how it compares to the Cintiq 16, but the Pro 15.6 is way better than the Pixelbook. With the Pixelbook, I had to turn on software assist to make an even line without any jitter. With this, I rarely do. Could it be better? Probably. But for my purposes I’m pretty happy. And I can still turn on software features if needed. I do find that if I zoom out to close the actual size of the canvas, I can make a good, smooth line without much software assistance. The drawing surface with the pre-applied screen protector is better than the Pixelbook’s glass. It does not feel like paper so probably not as good as the Cintiq 16. Display The 15.6 size is really a nice upgrade to the Pixelbook size wise (which is the same as the biggest iPad Pro). After some calibration, I was able to get the display to match my TV color pretty closely (I have the display hooked up to a PC that is also connected to my Sony TV). I also really like the brightness control buttons. But again, I’m no pro. Drivers Yes, the drivers are clunky and could be more refined, but they are functional. The driver failed to open my display drivers to calibrate the monitor’s colors and position, but that didn’t stop me from opening it myself (I have AMD Radeon display drivers) and calibrating the monitor’s colors. The driver also failed to calibrate the pen when it extended the display so I had to set it to duplicate my TV to calibrate the pen. Otherwise, I was able to program the dial and buttons for each application, although this could be more intuitive. I haven’t had the need to change the pressure curves or anything else in the driver. ***Update 5/13/2019: With the latest drivers on 5/13/2019, I can now calibrate the XP-Pen's display and rotation while the monitor is duplicating my TV. This makes it much easier as I no longer have to rely on a GPU driver or change to extend mode to calibrate the drawing monitor. I've found if I turn down all three colors, RGB, to 35 then the colors aren't as blown out and match better my TV. ***Update 3/30/2019: I've now added a discrete GPU, an Nvidia RTX 1660 TI, and discovered I could not calibrate the XP-Pen's color display separately from the Sony TV with the Nvidia control panel, so I used XP Pen's app while setting the displays to extend mode. This works fine, even after I switched the displays back to duplicating mode. After viewing some calibration images, I've also noticed that the XP-Pen's colors are more blown out than the Sony TV at the bright end of the spectrum. This is a little disappointing but for what I need the pen display for it's not a huge issue to me. But be aware that color may be washed out on the brighter side and might not be as good as what you are used to. ***Update 2/19/2019: after a quick response from XP-Pen, they explained to me that the XP-Pen driver cannot configure the display when it is duplicating my TV and only works when extending the TV display. However, since I can configure the color of the XP-Pen with the Radeon app for my GPU, this isn't an issue for me. Stand The stand doesn’t raise it high enough for me. Otherwise it works. At first I propped it higher with a heavy box under it, but that was clunky. Then I purchased the Parblo PR 100 stand and with this I have the display at about a 60 degree angle that works really well. Considering the Cintiq 16 doesn’t come with a proper stand either I’m not considering this a big minus. In considering the alternatives currently on the market, I’m keeping the 15.6 Pro and am giving it a 5 star rating despite some issues because of the price. I see that XP-Pen has already updated the drivers once already so I hope that they will improve with time. Otherwise I’m pretty happy to continue to draw on it and to recommend it to other hobbyists who can put up with its issues. I’m really pulling for them to fill this niche in the market. Hope this was helpful!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
The best bargain for a drawing tablet currently available.
I had the Artist 15.6 and really liked it so when I saw that XP-Pen had come out with a model with the laminated glass that promised to eliminate that annoying parallax effect I just had to give it a try. My first drawing with this product was far superior to anything I have drawn on other tablet. I include the big expensive players in my experience. This product looks sleeker and better built than most of the 3rd party manufacturers I have used. The new screen protector is a HUGE improvement as well. Not as textured as the previous model and does not discolor from the nibs. The non pro version of this has a rougher texture that wears down the nibs quickly and leaves residue. They have designed a protector that seems to fit into the premium product space in terms of functionality while keeping the cost to a minimum for beginning artists. This is a bargain in the sub 500 dollar market. Very happy with performance. Just a tip - the ring can have up to four functions. It is not clear in the instructions but you will have to program on of the express keys to cycle through them in the control panel. I wish the middle of the wheel was a button but serves no purpose. Very nice, compact design.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Gee - Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2019
Driver issues making left-handed mode and color calibration impossible, and pen calibration issues
Tried the XP-Pen after seeing a glowing review from Mobiletechreview on Youtube and didn't have the budget for a Wacom. First off, the XP-Pen is a gorgeous device! I was so excited when it came! The drawing surface has a nice matte finish and the pen is nice to hold and draw with. The presentation of the box is sleek and setup of the drivers was easy on Windows 10. The express keys are responsive and the scroll wheel is oddly fun to use. The stand only has one position, but it seemed safe enough to sub in another stand or put a few books behind it if you need a sharper angle. There are no VESA screw holes for a mounting arm. Unfortunately some problems started when I officially started putting this tablet to use. Upon turning it on, the colors looked quite nice and vivid! But eyeballing it with my other color-accurate monitors, the blues and reds are blown out and way off from where they need to be. Don't get me wrong; it looks nice, but I work with some print media and need them to be more in line with the rest of the monitors. I am also left handed, so I need the pen calibration flipped 180 degrees. Not a big deal, since you can adjust colors and rotation with the driver software, right? Well usually yes, but all the options for this are under a button in the Pentablet software called -Display Setting-. Every time I clicked Display Setting, I would get an error saying the tablet is not connected, even though I am using the tablet right now, viewing the software with it. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling both the tablet and software, trying different power sources and display/usb ports, and even restoring my desktop to a slightly older version of itself. No dice. Both color management and pen rotation, the two most important things for me, are locked under this one button I couldn't access for seemingly no reason. The tablet worked fine otherwise. I’ve been looking for other ways around this, but there don’t seem to be any? In order for left-handed mode to work, you need to rotate your display settings on your desktop, rotate the monitor itself, AND rotate pen calibration via the software. If you don’t rotate calibration, the pen goes the exact opposite of where you place it on the screen. Plus the two side buttons only adjust brightness and not gamma, contrast, etc. On top of this, pen calibration is weird if you have more than one monitor hooked up. When calibrating the pen, a white screen with red x’s should appear on only the XP-Pen’s screen. However if I have a second non-drawing monitor hooked up, then the white screen gets split between them. I can’t fully calibrate the pen correctly as it’s split between two screens (and one x appears right in the middle of both screens and is unclickable).. I have to manually unplug the secondary monitor. I thought maybe it was just my rig giving these issues, so I tried it on my spare laptop, which has never been used for drawing or had a tablet hooked up to it. Same issue. Quickly tried with my SO’s laptop. Same issue. I have contacted XP-Pen a few days ago via Facebook, email, this Amazon product page and Twitter, but have yet to hear any reply about this. Will have to return this drawing display. Until XP-Pen updates their drivers or has a workaround for this problem, I would recommend holding off on this tablet if you're left-handed or need more precise colors. This could all just be a me-problem or just my specific tablet in particular, but wanted to give a heads up. I will revise this review if there ever is a fix from either me or XP-Pen.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Curiousara - Reviewed in the United States on February 17, 2019
Dial, buttons[, Updated drivers!] and drawing quality make it a keeper despite some minor issues
Disclaimer: I'm a newbie artist who is getting into digital art because I really liked drawing on my Pixelbook but wanted something better, both with hardware as well as software. I really liked being able to rotate and move the canvas with my fingers while drawing on the Pixelbook. This made digital art very enjoyable and functional. I was concerned I would miss this on a cheaper pen display without touch. I considered the iPad Pro but feared the price and that iOS would ultimately frustrate and limit me. The Wacom Cintiq 16 is also more expensive and did not have any buttons at all, so I worried how that would affect my workflow. Ultimately I decided on the Pro 15.6 because of the price and functionality. On the Pixelbook I used the Sketchbook Pro Android app and with the Pro 15.6 I now use Clip Studio Pro (“CSP”) on Windows and don’t think I’ll be going back to Sketchbook. Dial and Buttons I don’t really miss the lack of touch on this display because of the dial and buttons. I think I may actually prefer the dial and buttons to touch because there’s no inadvertent touches. I’ve programmed the dial to both rotate and zoom in/out the canvas in both Sketchbook and CSP. One button switches between both functions (thanks to another reviewer for the pro tip!). Another button allows me to move the canvas with the pen while I hold it down (space bar). Even though reviewers say the Cintiq 16 has better line quality, I don’t want to give up the dial and buttons now, even if the price was the same. Being able to easily rotate the display allows me to physically draw better lines. Line quality I can’t really speak to how it compares to the Cintiq 16, but the Pro 15.6 is way better than the Pixelbook. With the Pixelbook, I had to turn on software assist to make an even line without any jitter. With this, I rarely do. Could it be better? Probably. But for my purposes I’m pretty happy. And I can still turn on software features if needed. I do find that if I zoom out to close the actual size of the canvas, I can make a good, smooth line without much software assistance. The drawing surface with the pre-applied screen protector is better than the Pixelbook’s glass. It does not feel like paper so probably not as good as the Cintiq 16. Display The 15.6 size is really a nice upgrade to the Pixelbook size wise (which is the same as the biggest iPad Pro). After some calibration, I was able to get the display to match my TV color pretty closely (I have the display hooked up to a PC that is also connected to my Sony TV). I also really like the brightness control buttons. But again, I’m no pro. Drivers Yes, the drivers are clunky and could be more refined, but they are functional. The driver failed to open my display drivers to calibrate the monitor’s colors and position, but that didn’t stop me from opening it myself (I have AMD Radeon display drivers) and calibrating the monitor’s colors. The driver also failed to calibrate the pen when it extended the display so I had to set it to duplicate my TV to calibrate the pen. Otherwise, I was able to program the dial and buttons for each application, although this could be more intuitive. I haven’t had the need to change the pressure curves or anything else in the driver. ***Update 5/13/2019: With the latest drivers on 5/13/2019, I can now calibrate the XP-Pen's display and rotation while the monitor is duplicating my TV. This makes it much easier as I no longer have to rely on a GPU driver or change to extend mode to calibrate the drawing monitor. I've found if I turn down all three colors, RGB, to 35 then the colors aren't as blown out and match better my TV. ***Update 3/30/2019: I've now added a discrete GPU, an Nvidia RTX 1660 TI, and discovered I could not calibrate the XP-Pen's color display separately from the Sony TV with the Nvidia control panel, so I used XP Pen's app while setting the displays to extend mode. This works fine, even after I switched the displays back to duplicating mode. After viewing some calibration images, I've also noticed that the XP-Pen's colors are more blown out than the Sony TV at the bright end of the spectrum. This is a little disappointing but for what I need the pen display for it's not a huge issue to me. But be aware that color may be washed out on the brighter side and might not be as good as what you are used to. ***Update 2/19/2019: after a quick response from XP-Pen, they explained to me that the XP-Pen driver cannot configure the display when it is duplicating my TV and only works when extending the TV display. However, since I can configure the color of the XP-Pen with the Radeon app for my GPU, this isn't an issue for me. Stand The stand doesn’t raise it high enough for me. Otherwise it works. At first I propped it higher with a heavy box under it, but that was clunky. Then I purchased the Parblo PR 100 stand and with this I have the display at about a 60 degree angle that works really well. Considering the Cintiq 16 doesn’t come with a proper stand either I’m not considering this a big minus. In considering the alternatives currently on the market, I’m keeping the 15.6 Pro and am giving it a 5 star rating despite some issues because of the price. I see that XP-Pen has already updated the drivers once already so I hope that they will improve with time. Otherwise I’m pretty happy to continue to draw on it and to recommend it to other hobbyists who can put up with its issues. I’m really pulling for them to fill this niche in the market. Hope this was helpful!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ben - Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2019
The best bargain for a drawing tablet currently available.
I had the Artist 15.6 and really liked it so when I saw that XP-Pen had come out with a model with the laminated glass that promised to eliminate that annoying parallax effect I just had to give it a try. My first drawing with this product was far superior to anything I have drawn on other tablet. I include the big expensive players in my experience. This product looks sleeker and better built than most of the 3rd party manufacturers I have used. The new screen protector is a HUGE improvement as well. Not as textured as the previous model and does not discolor from the nibs. The non pro version of this has a rougher texture that wears down the nibs quickly and leaves residue. They have designed a protector that seems to fit into the premium product space in terms of functionality while keeping the cost to a minimum for beginning artists. This is a bargain in the sub 500 dollar market. Very happy with performance. Just a tip - the ring can have up to four functions. It is not clear in the instructions but you will have to program on of the express keys to cycle through them in the control panel. I wish the middle of the wheel was a button but serves no purpose. Very nice, compact design.