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XP-PEN Graphic Drawing pads compatible with Android devices

Difference between the Android drawing tablet and a graphics tablet?

tablets, smartphones, and digital notebooks have opened up a whole new way of interacting with digital devices.

A normal graphics tablet is a plastic pad that comes with a pen stylus. They're designed for artists to draw directly onto a computer. the type of Pen Display Monitor are more expensive than graphic tablets. Here, you draw with a stylus on the PC or Mac screen itself. This gives a better experience and is more practical.

graphics tablets are pressure sensitive. The tablet is mapped to your screen for position, but also works on the angle of the pen, the pressure applied, and when available, individual pens can be recognized as separate tools, ie airbrush, pencil and paintbrush.

graphic tablet ( like Wacom , XP-Pen ....) are imo still king when it comes to the most natural feel of drawing on a digital device. a graphics tablet could make your work a good deal easier and a lot more fun. A stylus offers a more natural way to draw, paint and retouch than a mouse could ever provide.

graphics tablets can be different from the more common kind of standalone Android drawing tablet, like the Samsung Galaxy or Lenovo Smart Tab series tablet, which look and feel like large smartphones.

graphics tablets are specifically designed as drawing surfaces, and many of them don't have display screens at all. The simplest versions are large, black touchpad surfaces that work more like a laptop trackpad. Users wield a stylus to draw on their surfaces like a piece of digital paper.

the biggest difference between an android drawing tablet and a graphics tablet, is that an Android drawing tablet is standalone, while a graphics tablet is basically just an accessory.

The Android drawing tablet comes equipped with a screen, the software support, and even the stylus in some cases, which means you can work on it directly. You can also use it for other purposes such as browsing the internet.

Whereas, the graphics tablet needs to plugged into a computer for you to use it, and while some professionals recommend a graphics tablet for more accurate sketching, it offers little to no portability. but the drawing experience is better than android drawing tablet especially the pen display monitor such as wacom cntiq or xp-pen artist. also there are more windows /mac os digital art programs to select than Android OS.

XP-PEN Drawing Tablets Compatible and working on Android Devices

XP-Pen is one of the leading manufacturer of graphics tablets, interactive pen displays, and other intuitive interface devices. the stylus pens of XP-Pen are battery-free, super lightweight; Provides best pressure sensitivity. It's like using a real pencil.

XP-Pen itself has different types ( from non-screen to built in screen ) for different purpose of draw. perfect for beginner and professional digital artists looking for a reliable graphics tablet that will last for years.

Still drawing by finger with your smartphone ? you can now sketch and draw with your XP-Pen drawing tablet whenever and wherever your creative inspiration hits. some of the xp-pen Star/Deco models ( below have a list of the models ) is now compatible with select Android smartphones and tablets using Android OS ( needs version 6.0 or later).

Being able to connect to an Android system is an interesting feature. That means you can use it without a computer or laptop. On a travel, you just take your phone and graphic tablet, then you can enjoy digital drawing.

If you do want to draw on an Android device with a tablet, now you can.

How to connect XP-Pen graphic tablet to Android

In order to connect your XP-Pen drawing tablet with your Android device, you need a special adapter called a USB OTG connector.

your phone or tablet should have OTG function. OTG is short for USB On-The-Go. With a USB OTG cable to connect your phone to a graphics tablet, you can use your smartphone as a computer.

The easiest way to know whether your phone or tablet supports USB OTG is to look at the package box the phone comes in, or the manufacturer's website. You'll see a logo , or USB OTG listed in the specifications.

Normally, the OTG function has already been enabled by default on your phone or tablet. But some devices need you to enable it.

To enable the OTG function, please go to Settings> Storage or Connectivity> find the OTG connection or USB and enable it.

XP-PEN offers two types of OTG adapters for graphics tablet in the package. They are USB type C to USB adapter and Micro USB to USB adapter.

Choose the right OTG adapter, depending on the USB port type of your phone or tablet. and then Connect the pen tablet to your phone or tablet .After it enters OTG Mode, you can cooperate the phone by using the digital pen on tablet.

No driver installation is required. It's plug and play. When the pen hovers over the active area, a cursor will appear on the screen.

Because there is no driver for Android, there's also no customisation for any of the shortcut buttons and pressure sensitivity.

Normally, OTG Mode has already been enabled by default on your phone or tablet. Once XP-Pen drawing tablet is connected to your phone or tablet, it will enter OTG Mode automatically.

Under OTG Mode, the pen pressure is determined by the drawing application itself.

Disable the rotate screen function and make sure the Android smartphone or tablet remain vertical.

Under OTG Mode, the pen pressure is determined by the drawing application itself.

When the drawing application has pen pressure, so does the digital pen. When it doesn't have pen pressure function, so doesn't the digital pen.

Therefore, it's better to get a drawing application with pen pressure function.

Best Android Drawing applications

With the best drawing apps ready to go on a mobile device, artists and creatives can quickly move through changes and iterations to create their best work yet.

1. Sketchbook

SketchBook is a free sketching, painting, and illustration software for all platforms and devices which is also available for Android. intended for expressive drawing and concept sketching. From quick conceptual sketches to fully finished artwork.

2. ibisPaint

ibisPaint is an incredibly popular application for anyone who enjoys drawing manga and anime. What's interesting about this application is that it is also a social media platform. This allows you to show off your skills to other artists.

3. MediBang Paint

MediBang Paint is a FREE digital painting and comic creation app for Android tablets and smartphones. includes numerous brushes, backgrounds, textures, and comic book fonts for user to use to make their ideas come to life.

there are also other android drawing software such as Illustrator Draw , Photoshoop Sketch , Infinite Painter, ArtFlow , PaperColor.... you can download and have a try.

List of XP-Pen Tablets works on Android

If you're looking for a pen tablet compatible with Android devices that you can draw or sketch on. The following XP-PEN graphics tablets support connections with Android phones and tablets:

1. XP-PEN Star G640S

this tablet is compact designed with a 6.5*4 inch (165.1*101.6mm) active area, big enough for beginners' drawing needs and compact as possible for you to carry arou.

Star G640S is compatible with the three main systems: Windows, macOS, & Android, giving you more freedom while drawing. It comes in with a passive stylus whose pen pressure is designed to 8192 level. No need to charge. No need to replace battery.

2. XP-PEN Star G960S / Star G960S Plus

XP-Pen Star G960S/G960S Plus is a budget-friendly drawing tablet with 9 x 6 inches working area.

the drawing pad can supports styluses with up to 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity and is perfect for artistry design or unique brush effects or sketching and drawing.

3. XP-PEN Deco 01 V2

Its 10 x 6.25 inches active drawing space provides users with larger space to draw. It also brings users a more enjoyable experience of the tablet and increases productivity.

you will get the fast and accurate tracking as well as support for pressure and tilt sensitivity.

4. XP-PEN Deco Pro Series

The build quality of the tablet is pretty good. The Deco Pro has a aluminum case which makes the device feel premium.

The Deco Pro provides a comprehensively capable drawing experience, you'll be enjoying something pretty damn close to a premium drawing tablet experience.

5. XP-PEN Deco mini4/Deco mini7/Deco mini7W

eight customizable ExpressKeys ( deco mini4 is six ) that put your favorite shortcuts like undo or copy/paste at your fingertips when used with your Mac/PC.

XP-PEN Deco mini series is compact and minimalistic design. It won't take much space on your desk with a compact body. You can place it anywhere, such as on your lap, while drawing.

6. XP-PEN Deco Fun Series

XP-Pen Deco Fun series are available in three XS/S/L sizes and four colors: classic black, space blue, apple green, and carmine red, to meet your personal preference. Pick your favorite and enjoy Deco Fun!

it works with Chromebook and is a economic solution for Drawing, writing,taking notes and E-Learning/Online Classes.

List of non-compatible Android Devices

Not all Android devices can support the XP-PEN tablet. Currently, the following Android Phones/Tablets cannot work properly with XP-Pen tablets:

Nexus 6/Google

Galaxy S6/Samsung

Galaxy S7 edge/Samsung

Galaxy S7/Samsung

Galaxy Tab S2/Samsung

Galaxy S8/Samsung

Galaxy Note 4/Samsung USB micro-B

Galaxy Note 8/Samsung USB Type-C

Galaxy Note 9/Samsung USB Type-C

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Graphic Design Monitor XP-Pen Artist22E for Drawing directly with the tablet
Whether you are an artist, graphic designer, or architect, a drawing tablet is an essential tool in this digital age. Allowing you to quickly transfer digital drawings into articulated masterpieces, they are a must for any creative professional and can allow hobbyists to take their digital art to the next level.

Figuring out the best tablets for drawing isn't always easy, so we've taken some of the guesswork out of the equation. What you'll end up with depends both on your needs, and your budget, but the good news is that with such a wide variety of graphics tablets on the market, there's something for everyone.

Before moving on to our list, it's important to understand types of tablets available. A graphics tablet hooks into your computer, allowing you to draw on it with a stylus and see the results on your monitor. If you prefer the look and feel of drawing directly on the screen, then you'll want to consider a tablet monitor. There's an added expense, but some people find drawing on the screen more intuitive. Here, you'll want to pay close attention to screen quality in order to get accurate color results.

If you are looking for something that can double as a personal entertainment device (letting you read emails or watch movies when you aren't getting creative), a tablet computer is your best bet. From Apple to Microsoft and beyond, more and more companies are balancing the perks of a regular tablet with the high-quality screen resolution and drawing applications of a graphic tablet. Scroll down to explore the options!

Best Graphic Monitor for Professionals Beginners Artists Animation

This Artist 22E tablet comes with a stand built into the back that you can unfold to varying degrees. It uses strong rubber legs spread horizontally so it covers a wider base. This limits shaking or any mobility while in use.

The screen itself is brilliant with LED lights and a strong 1920×1080 resolution. This can both mirror your PC or it can work as a secondary monitor.

When you make a mark on the screen it loads fast. The response time is incredible for this model and it’s much better than other XP-Pen devices.

You can draw from any angle and still keep a strong view of the screen. There’s no major glare but there is a thin coating that makes the surface super smooth. Opinions vary on screen textures but I think this smooth screen works great.

XP-Pen ships this unit with an optional screen protector which can add some texture if you need it. You’ll also get a free artist glove along with two stylus pens that both include a toggle button to switch between pen & eraser mode.

Both pens do use batteries and they’ll need to be charged every so often. But XP-Pen is nice enough to include 2 so if a pen dies you can always swap to the other while charging the first.

This tablet does not have any hotkeys or express keys on the display. You do have a button on the stylus but it’s not for running actions in your painting software. The only buttons on the display are towards the bottom for adjusting brightness, resolution, and other display settings.

But for the price and for all the extras this is a sweet deal. It’s plenty large enough for concept art and it’ll last a long time even with daily use.

Bottom Line: Grab the Artist 22E if you like the design and can live without any express keys. This tablet is huge and it’s a little smaller/lighter than the UG-2150. They’re both very comparable models so if you have a brand preference then go with this one.

My Review experience about the Graphics Drawing Tablet XP-Pen Artist 22E
I waited a long time after receiving my Artist 22E before writing this review, because after using, and loving, my Artist 10S, I wanted to really put the 22E through its paces.
I knew that it was going to be useful, if only for the workflow of sitting at a desk, retouching and drawing with a pen directly on a screen at a high resolution and large size.
Although the screen is only 1920 x 1080, which is beginning to be on the low end of monitor resolution for editing, I can't imagine needing any more when working in a tactile way. Potentially, a professional photographer might want to use a 4K monitor in addition, to check and view photos, but the actual process of working on images is well suited to the HD resolution and doesn't leave me wanting any more.
I will go into it further, but I will say one thing: the Artist 22E has revolutionalised my workflow. I have ceased to use my laptop for anything but a keyboard when working on photo or video editing, and I regularly use it for regular tasks as well. When I don't want to use the pen, I use it as my main monitor and my previous 22" monitor has been sitting on the floor since the 22E arrived.
I don't want to repeat myself too much, so if you want to see a little more of the workflow with both the Artist 10S and the Artist 22E , go check out my review of the Artist 10S.
Now, the reasons for wanting a graphics pen are very obvious, but a pen display is another beast. A pen display is amazing for retouching photos, because you see the changes you are making, underneath the pen you are using. It makes retouching so much more intuitive. Things that I would ordinarily be changing and altering and erasing can be done in a few quick strokes because I get it right the first time.
The same can be said for drawing. Seeing the image appear underneath the pen, as it would on paper, speeds up your workflow and gives a natural feel to the work.
Getting away from pressure sensitivity, one of the main sales points of any graphics tablet, using a pen to do simple mouse work is also much quicker. Working in Adobe Lightroom, which is full of sliders and toggles, is much faster because I don't have to drag the cursor across the screen. The buttons on the side of the Artist 22E (being right handed, I only use the ones of the left side, but it's a nice addition that they are repeated on both sides for those who are left handed or ambidextrous) helps with the process too.
Mostly, my button configuration is as follows - Increase Brush Size, Decrease Brush Size, Zoom in, Zoom out. Those four buttons save so much time when airbrushing.

Oh, and speaking of VESA mounts, the XP-Pen Artist 22E comes with a stand but there was just no way I could have used it. I don’t want to constantly have to put something this large away. And I have no desk space to leave it permanently on the desk. More room would be great but I’m having to work with the space I have right now. So, I have nothing to say about the stand that comes with it. It seemed well built and sturdy enough, but the first thing I did was remove it! I’m using an AmazonBasics ergonomic arm mount that has two benefits for me. One I can swing the whole thing away from my desk when I’m not using it. Otherwise, it would block my keyboard. And when I am using it, I can basically have the display closer to me and move it around as I work. This keeps me from getting a stiff neck or from having to squint at the monitor. Remember those aging eyes that set me down this path in the first place!

By the way, I have two other arm mounts at my desk – one for my main screen and one for a laptop stand. After using this AmazonBasics one, I’d love to have the spare change to replace the rest. It just moves around and adjusts so much easier! I don’t move the others as much but maybe I would if they moved this easy!

What’s Good:
Good color definition on the monitor and good viewing angles
Very large drawing area, a pleasure to draw on
Pen works really well, good range of pressure though it does blow out a little on the medium to high end a little bit

A nice alternative for those not ready to invest in a Cintiq, as they have a lot of similar features. Includes a rechargeable pen with 2,048 levels of pressure and 8 express buttons, but is not capable of multitouch (meaning you can't draw with your fingers).

XP-Pen is also the safest brand for non-techies who don’t want to risk dealing with a messy setup process. Most other tablets work fine as long as you have the newest version of Windows or OS X. But there have even been tablets that had issues with Windows 10 in the past.When you go with XP-Pen you know your money is going to a trustworthy brand.


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