December 11-12, 2021
A go-to brand for film production, animation, graphic design, 3D digital creative industrial design and other areas around the globe, Huion are set to bring their revolutionary tablets to Australia soon.
It’s through Huion’s focus on digital art, education, digital signature and environmentally friendly products that their cutting-edge technology has drawn a wealth of acclaim, and Supanova Sydney and Perth fans can try out some of their key products next month before they’ve available from major Australian retailers.
Here are the innovative products set to shake things up in Australia very soon.
GT221 Pro V2
This quality product is sturdy, reliable and all about comfort, with an adjustable stand (20°~80° range), top-graded anti-glare glass and a wide viewing angle, the latter of which provides consistent image appearance, higher definition and better colour.
“Digital drawing, moved by sense of reality” is the tagline for GT191, and its clarity backs that up, allowing users to truly express the creativity in vivid detail. A lot of that detail comes from the next-level pen, with professional pressure sensitivity levels of 8192. It also has a handy narrow edge compact design, so your workspace won’t get cluttered.
The H640P is extremely portable – thin like a mobile phone and lighter than a magazine. It’s also stylish and comfortable, with a working area of 6.3 × 3.9 inches. It has a smooth paper-like texture, bezel-less design, round corners and is accompanied by the PW100, Huion’s first battery-free stylus. It’s not just portability and style that makes this a winner though, as it has a 233PPS report rate, 5080LPI screen resolution and 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity.
The H950P also uses Huion’s latest generation of passive technology, which means you can say goodbye to the battery and rechargeable pen. This model provides a smooth and natural writing experience, with its surface made of high-end wear-resistant material. It’s another extremely portable offering weighing in at only 497g and being 8mm thick. It’s also equipped with 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity, 233PPS report rate, and 5080LPI screen resolution.
It’s not surprising Huion is now the world’s second largest device manufacturer of digital painting and handwriting devices, given they’ve spent 10 years on developing electromagnetic technology and invest 10% of sales revenue each year to research and development.
Huion will be giving live demonstrations at Supanova Comic Con & Gaming – Sydney (15-17 June) and Perth (23-24 June) on the Imagineers & Gaming Stage.