Xencelabs Pen Display 24 review: Setting the bar high for drawing displays

taynjack

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I've been in the market for one of these. Curious how it compares to the Surface Studio 2s. I tried the Lenovo a940 as a budget SS, and the parallax as well as other issues, (it completely fried twice under warranty. The one warranty tech didn't even know how to turn it on instilling no confidence.) I'm wary to try something new. I believe touch input is a deal killer, but I could be persuaded. Do any of these "budget" screens have touch input?
 

Cole Martin

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Something to consider is that a pen display like the Xencelabs or XP-Pen is not an all-in-one unit. They are -just- monitors and must be connected to either a laptop or a desktop PC. If you're looking for a budget Surface Studio, you're going to want to look at the Huion Kamvas Studio (which I will have a review of shortly.) Even then, you're still going to be missing out on touch support. Wacom's One line is the only 'budget-friendly' touch device, but it is only a 13-inch pen display and would still need a laptop or desktop PC to connect to.
 

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