The Huion INSPIROY G10T is a graphics tablet by Huion that aims to give tablet users a reliable tablet with modern features at a reasonable price.
Let’s see if these modern upgrades are necessary or if these new features do not justify the price of this tablet.
- Type: Pressure-sensitive
- Minimum System Requirements: Windows 7 or OS X 10.8.0
- Model Number: B01LXBUI5T
- Size: 16.3 x 8.9 in
- Active Area: 10.0 x 6.3 in
- Connection: USB
- Express Keys: Yes, 6
- Multi-Touch: Yes
- Tilt: No
- Spare Nibs: 8
- Pressure Levels: 2048
- Wireless Support: Yes
- Resolution: 5080 lpi
- Pen Reading Speed: 233 rps
- Warranty: 1 year
The Huion INSPIROY G10T came packaged with the tablet itself, rechargeable pen, USB and charging cables, pen carrying case, wireless adapter, tablet drivers and tablet documentation.
Installing the drivers for this graphics tablet was fairly easy and straightforward and I suspect any problems you might find with the included drivers can be solved by downloading the drivers fromHuion’s site(Click on the “Download” tab to get the drivers).
Since there were no problems with the setup of the Huion INSPIROY G10T, we can get on to the review.
The Huion INSPIROY G10T came with an active area of 10.0 x 6.3 inches, making for a larger-than-average drawing space.
As you can probably tell by the pictures, this tablet is unique in that it is shaped more like a rectangle rather than a square.
This may take some getting used to for some users but overall did not result in a different drawing experience.
The tablet also came with a wireless adapter which allowed for greater portability when drawing with the tablet since it was not constrained with a cable.
The Huion INSPIROY G10T also came with six programmable express keys that can be programmed using the included drivers.
These were fairly easy to use and didn’t get in the way when drawing, even for a left-handed user like myself.
There was also a multi-touch panel that could be used as a small trackpad and allowed you to quickly zoom in-and-out to better help you sculpt out the details of your digital artwork.
This was helpful as well and I found myself using the panel just as much as the express keys themselves.
The stylus that came with the Huion INSPIROY G10T had 2048 levels of pressure for a good variety of line weights.
I found that the responsiveness of the tablet was a little worse compared to the stylus’ from Wacom, but not enough for most tablet users to notice the difference.
I also had no problems with lag or jitters with this pen, which is definitely a plus for the Huion INSPIROY G10T.
The pen had a good and comfortable feel to it as well, which made it a pleasure to draw with.
In another comparison to Wacom, the stylus came with a carrying case in resemblance to the cases included with Wacom’s Cintiq line of tablet displays.
The case had a very elegant feel to it and made it feel like I had gotten a much more expensive graphics tablet than I actually had.
Included in the case are the pen itself, eight spare nibs, pen removal tool and wireless USB adapter.
The Huion INSPIROY G10T was a good tablet, but I’m not sure if the fancy features are worth the price.
The tablet had a great active area of 10.0 x 6.3 inches, making for a larger-than-average active area.
The six express keys and multi-touch panel included with the tablet allowed for maximum customization options.
The stylus came with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity for a good variety of line weights.
The responsiveness of the Huion INSPIROY G10T was not as good as the stylus’ from Wacom, but not enough for most tablet users to notice the difference.
The stylus also came with a carrying case resembling the ones included with Wacom’s Cintiq line of tablet displays.
The Huion INSPIROY G10T is a great tablet for users that want a graphics tablet with some bells and whistles at a semi-low price.