Originally Posted by LavenderFrost
A few differences I see:
Huion pen doesn't need to be charged, the other one does but is supposed to last a very long time.
Huion colour gamut is 100%, xp-pen is 77 -82%. This is the range of colours displayed.
Huion viewing angle says this - 89°/89°(H)/89°/89°(V) (Typ.)(CR＞10), xp-pen says 178 degrees. Though while using it you will most likely be looking straight at it anyway.
This is the closest thing I could find to a comparison and these people seem to prefer the Huion.
Have you looked for any user reviews on each of them? Sometimes you can find more about any issues products may have that way.
You're lucky there are many choices now for tablets with screens, not just a $2000 Cintiq lol.
xp-pen artist 22E Pro 77 -82% color gamut is Adobe RGB , equal to about 100% sRGB .
Huion colour gamut is 100% is talk about sRGB , this two is not same standard . you can have a search .
I bought a XP-Pen Artist 22E Pro Pen display drawing tablet
last year and it has been a joy to use. it features of 21.5" IPS Monitor , 1920 x 1080 (16:9) FHD resolution , 78% Adobe RGB color gamut . 8192 levels of pressure senstivity . I am a professional artist, and this lets me work much more efficiently. Even better, its fun to use.
I held off for nearly a decade on upgrading to a display tablet due to the massive cost of Wacom's Cintiq display tablet. The XP-Pen display tablet is actually the same or cheaper than Wacom's non-display Intuos Pro, while this tablet's quality is absolutely comparable. This tablet is even inexpensive enough for art students, without a noticeable drop in quality.
This tablet has been great! I've had it for a while and have not been disappointed. I’m a 3D modeler and this has been working great for my needs! I love its use in Zbrush. It's pressure sensitivity is fantastic and I like that the tablet only registers the pen. It does not register your touch.
After having tested this Artist 22E Pro drawing tablet monitor , I would recommend it to anyone with one exception.