Should I Buy It?

Started by DarkDragonMeister May 8th, 2021 5:10 AM
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Okay so I've been thinking about buying a drawing tablet, the kind you can draw on the monitor, to make it easier to draw game sprites as well as work on other kinds of drawing.

However I don't know which one to buy. I've spotted a brand called Gaomon that sounds good and is a decent price but I'm really sure if I should get it.

Does anyone here have any input on it or have other recommendations? I would really appreciate any kind of feedback.

Thank you and have a nice day.

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I've personally never had a Gaomon since my tablets have been a Wacom or a Huion (my current one); the latter being a gift from Christmas. Both of them have served me well but I do prefer my current tablet since having those buttons for shortcuts is quite handy.
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I’ve stuck with Wacom for the most part between the 30$ to 150$ range and they’ve definitely had their ups and downs, but have all been serviceable. What does your budget look like?

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I bought a Goamon M10K a few months ago for ~61€, I have no complaint about it. I wanted a low price tablet to start with, rather than buy an expensive one and maybe quit using it.
I am quite happy with the number of buttons (10) even if I would like to fit maybe one or two more, but I saw some higher priced tablets have less buttons... Lol
I haven't spent years with it yet so maybe I am not aware of its flaws, and it's my first tablet so I haven't had the chance to compare it with anything else ^^"

Ah, and also, the Gaomon M10K doesn't have an embedded screen. I thought it would bother me, but in fact it doesn't, and for posture it's better to look at your computer screen rather than your tablet.