Huion Wireless Drawing Tablet 9x6" with 8 Express Keys For Left & Right Hand Use DWH69 £56.99 Sold by Huion and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Huion Wireless Drawing Tablet 9x6" with 8 Express Keys For Left & Right Hand Use DWH69 £56.99 Sold by Huion and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 28th Nov
Product description
Size Name:DWH69
Wireless Connection
Huion DWH69 is a thin and lightweight yet durable graphic tablet. This tablet has the wireless capability which allows you to work cable-free and have amazing work freedom. And if you preferred, you can always switch back to cable connection.

Amazing Pen
The pen comes along with DWH69 has fine capabilities and intuitive design, it works perfectly on the DWH69's smooth surface and provides extra precision without sliding.

8 Touch Keys
Eight handy touch keys could be set up to your personal preference. Then all you need is one touch, and you can precisely and quietly express all your favorite shortcuts.

Tilted Curve
To let you get more control and comfort at work, DWH69 has an ergonomically designed tilted curve and a large active area. Not only you get more comfortable experience from the tablet, but you are also gaining more productivity with accuracy and better control.

Original Interface
DWH69 also features an Original 1.8" TFT LCM humanized interface. The handy small interface allows you to check out the battery at the real time, no longer need to worry about the tablet will shut down for out of juice.

Professional Set-up
This tablet has a great set up with 2048 levels of pressure-sensitivity and 5080LPI high resolution, it provides great tracking and amazing user experience. DWH69 has got amazing set-up for you to draw fine lines easily.

DWH69 is certainly a great choice for creative professionals and digital art lovers, and it works great on drawing, sketching and photo Editing.


What's in the box:
1. Huion DWH69
2. Rechargeable pen
3. Wireless receiver
4. Pen stand
5. 4 pen nibs
6. Removal tool
7. USB cable
8. Driver CD
9. User manual

4 Comments

Don't bother.

I'd suggest looking on ebay and picking up a motion computing portable. Plenty on there around £120.
Do a bit of reading and make sure you get a newer (more powerfull) one J3400 or newer.

Just took delivery of a Huion graphics tablet, the wired version though.

Great build quality and well worth the £30 odd I paid for it; and works as a mouse replacement straight out of the box.

mas996 h, 31 m ago

Don't bother.I'd suggest looking on ebay and picking up a motion computing …Don't bother.I'd suggest looking on ebay and picking up a motion computing portable. Plenty on there around £120.Do a bit of reading and make sure you get a newer (more powerfull) one J3400 or newer.


Hi sorry if I'm being thick the posting is for a drawing graphics tablet that you plug in to a computer to draw, can the J3400 be used in a similar way (like a Cintiq)? cause that would be brilliant.

fizz3 h, 17 m ago

Hi sorry if I'm being thick the posting is for a drawing graphics tablet …Hi sorry if I'm being thick the posting is for a drawing graphics tablet that you plug in to a computer to draw, can the J3400 be used in a similar way (like a Cintiq)? cause that would be brilliant.


I believe that you can - but you'll have to search to find out how I saw it done on a youtube artists account, but I couldn't tell you which. its about 18months since I bought one.

My daughter wanted a drawing tablet (with proper accurate and pressure sensitive pen) like the one in the posting. I did some searching and obviously the cintiq etc were waaay over budget. But it was clear that drawing on a screen is a huge improvement on drawing on a blank tablet.

I picked up a J3400 for £70 on ebay (seller had 20 odd of them and clearly didn't know what they were - I wish I'd bought several rather than just the 1) on the basis that I found some youtube stuff that said that it could be used like a cintiq. TBH though I never set it up like that, she was keen to use it and then point blank refused to let me try to set it up as a peripheral because she was using it.
The motion computing tablets are IP rated and ruggedized with wacom pens (you do need to have the right pen - wacom seem to have loads of incompatible ones).
I wouldn't go any older than the j3400 (although that does run win10) but J3500 on seem to be i5 cpu. (search mc-c5 on ebay at the moment)

I guess it depends what software you use, Setting up took a bit of effort (getting all the correct win10 drivers and setting up the pen/brushes in the apps) but that applies to all the pen things I think.

I'm not sure what else you can get for less than £250?
Edited by: "mas99" 28th Nov
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