GAOMON PD1220 (Terra Red) 11.6’’ Graphic Pen Display 86% NTSC Full Laminated Graphics Drawing Monitor with Tilt Support 8192 Levels Passive Stylus, Compatible with Windows & Mac &Android
$239.99 - $175.99
(as of Dec 24,2022 04:28:40 UTC – Details)
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【Full Lamination Screen & Anti-glare Film】The full lamination screen could effectively reduce the interference of ambient light to the glare of human eyes and shorten the distance between pen nib and the cursor.The AG Protection Film is integrated with GAOMON PD1220 and requires no manual filling or replacement.
【11.6-Inch Monitor & 86% NTSC Gamut】11.6- inch Full Lamination Pen Display with 86% NTSC Gamut,16.7M(8bit) million Colors gradation, 1920 x 1080（16:9）solutions and a viewing angle of 178°, it presents the lifelike details of your artwork with accuracy, delivers incredible visual clarity and color saturation.
【8192 levels Passive Pen & 60 Degree Tilt Function】–Battery-free pen AP50 with 8192 levels pressure sensitive and support 60 degrees tilt which can adjust the brush direction in the software automatically ,drawing with smooth and delicate line presentation.
【USB Type-C Input】–Features Type-c interface, simplify the connection process,make it easier to plug in and out. Comes with USB cablex1, and HDMI cablex1, we should plug both cable in tablet. Also support connection via a Type-C to Type-C Cable(sold separately). This design reduces the complicated data lines on the desktop, making data simple and refreshing.
【OS Support & Program Compatibility】Compatible with Win 7 or macOS 10.12 or Android 6.0 or above. And it is compatible with most painting software, like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Clip Studio, Lightroom, Sketchbook Pro, Manga Studio, CorelPainter, FireAlpaca, OpenCanvas, Paint Tool Sai2, Krita and so on.