XP-Pen's smallest drawing monitor proves that even a small display can be a powerful tool, especially for budget-conscious artists looking to create on the go.
Xencelabs' first entry into the pen tablet market has lofty aspirations, but is a premium price tag enough to make it a Wacom alternative?
XP-Pen offers budget-friendly pen displays, but can their 24-inch drawing monitor pack in enough features to justify the $900 price tag?
The XP Pen Artist 13.3 Pro is a very affordable drawing tablet that punches above its weight considering its modest $300 price point. Here's what you need to know.
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