Right now, the HUION KAMVAS 22 graphics drawing tablet with 21.5-inch screen is currently available to purchase with a 15% discount applied. The graphics hardware can be purchased for just $381.65 as long as this deal lasts.

The first thing to note with this hardware is that it is not a standalone product that can be pulled out of the box and used. In order to function and provide access to its excellent functionality, owners will need to connect the tablet to a PC, Mac, or compatible Android device. It comes with 2 USB-C ports, which support both a 3-in-1 USB-C connection (HDMI signal) and a full-featured Type-C connection (DP signal).

There is a 21.5-inch immersive display with Full HD resolution and rich color accuracy that is designed to deliver a dynamic and realistic picture that outlines every tiny detail. Given the nature of this product, that’s the type of accuracy that designers and illustrators will need.

The display offers an anti-glare surface and a 178-degree viewing angle that is designed to reduce glare, thus allowing the owner to focus more on actually getting work done and not having to worry about the visual experience. The purchase also comes with the PW517 drawing pen that feels natural and precise. The pen experience has been optimized with a capacitive pressure sensor and improved nib firmness. It also comes with two programmable hardware buttons on the pen that provide immediate access to frequently used shortcuts.

If you are interested in this hardware, then you can find out more about it at the direct link below. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price. Just make sure to grab this whilst the deal is still hot if you are in need of an excellent drawing table that comes with a 21.5-inch Full HD display.

Buy: HUION KAMVAS 22 Graphics Drawing Tablet with Screen from Amazon: $381.65 | Original price: $449

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