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  • This is the XP Pen Artist 13.3 display tablet. It has a 390.8x250mm display and customizable shortcut buttons. It comes with a pen that has more than 8000 levels of pressure sensitivity.
  • Today, I’m reviewing this tablet and for 300 bucks, it better be worth it. Naturally, as a tablet display, it has a screen that shows exactly what is on your computer screen, allowing you to draw directly onto it instead of fumbling around with a mouse and your own hand-eye coordination.
  • As I said before this pen has 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity and what that means is that it has a huge dynamic range, as you press harder and your lines get thicker. Now, let’s say I don’t like the line I just made. Using the programmable express keys, I can map one to control z, allowing me to instantly undo any mistakes without reaching for my computer or zoom in to clean things up.
  • I have had calibration issues with the pen, in the past, where the line you make doesn’t line up with the cursor, which can be frustrating, but I haven’t had any such issues in such a long time, I almost forgot. It also doesn’t come with a screen protector to my knowledge, so wear and tear can show on its screen, though it's never anything major.
  • All in all, despite its price, it is probably one the cheapest lightweight display tablets with a bluetooth pen, and for that price it works excellently. I’d say it's well worth it. I’m giving the XP-Pen Artist 13.3 a 4 out of 5. Shoulda’ come with a screen protector.
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