Huion Kamvas Studio 22 all-in-one computer

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  1. doobiedoobiedum

    doobiedoobiedum Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Huion have moved into the all-in-one market.

    Not every digital artist will want the latest and most powerful CPU for sketching and drawing but it definitely looks underpowered and with very low resolution against a Microsoft Studio and puny against the Acer Concept D9 Pro. I will however commend Huion for this - I was surprised not to see their proposed 2.5K screen which was demoed at CES this January though.

    What I'm seeing however is if they move this technology into the 13 and 16 inch all-in-one form factor - 1080p is still not ideal but a lot of young budding artists would go for that simply for portability.

    Every 10 seconds I still have to re-enter my forum preferences......

    http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/threads/your-cookie-policy-will-lose-you-members.75392/#post-544111
     
  2. Marty

    Marty Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    From the spec page:

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    Specification
    • Intel® Core™ i5-8400 Processor
    • 1TB HDD+120GB/240GB* SSD
    • 8GB/16GB* of RAM
    Dimension
    • Dimension:589 x 344 x 21mm(Without Stand)
    • Net Weight: 4.75Kg
    • Touch Ring: Dual Touch Bar
    • Press Keys: 20 Programmable
    • Stand: Adjustable Stand 20°~80°
    Display
    • Workspace:476.64 x 268.11mm
    • Resolution:1920 x 1080(16:9)
    • LCD Type: IPS
    • AG Glass: YES
    • Full Lamination: YES
    • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
    • Brightness: 250cd/m2
    • Response Time: 8ms
    • Viewing Angle:89°/89°(H)/89°/89°(V) (Typ.)(CR>10)
    • Gamut: 120% sRGB
    • Display Color:16.7M(8bit)
    Pen
    • Pen Technology: Battery-Free Electromagnetic Resonance
    • Pen Resolution: 5080 LPI
    • Pressure Sensitivity: 8192 Levels
    • Tilt Support: ±60°
    • Sensing Height: 10mm
    • Report Rate: 266PPS
    • Accuracy: ±0.5mm(center) ±3mm(corner)
    Power
    • Input Voltage: 100-240VAC,50/60Hz
    • Output Voltage: 12V 8A
    • Working Temp. and Humidity: 0-40°C 、 20-80%
    • Storage Temp. and Humidity: -20°C~60°C、 10-90%
    No price listed as yet, but rumored to be 1159€.

    Touch does not seem to be offered option on the display. A major missed opportunity imo.

    Another major drawback is the video ports appear to be output only:

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    ...meaning you cannot use this as a drawing display for another PC. Again, a missed opportunity, especially if the price hold true. This really needs to be everything the Kamvas 22 Pro is and more.
     
  3. doobiedoobiedum

    doobiedoobiedum Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    I like your style... it could cost less than a 3rd of rivals such as the Microsoft Surface Studio and you want touch / outputs to be a drawing display and more?

    Do you want them to bleed for it as well? (Joke)
     
  4. doobiedoobiedum

    doobiedoobiedum Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    The article is a bit uncritical but the Kamvas Studio is being talked about as a 22” portable here... I’d say “semi-portable” as a 22” screen is going to need a wall based power supply.. Price €1159

    10 interfaces for connectivity - I’ll read any reviews with interest but a 1080p screen at 22” is not for me.
     
  5. WillAdams

    WillAdams Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Doesn't not having touch make for a better stylus interface? In terms of Microsoft's crippling of active styluses in Fall Creators Update. I'm probably going to have to disable touch on my Samsung Galaxy Book 12 (Windows Ink?) --- whatever is necessary to get the stylus to work properly as a stylus to select text and so forth.
     
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    doobiedoobiedum Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    1st review of the Huion 22 inch all in one computer with 1080p screen.

    I can only say well done Huion - not up there with the Wacom mobile studio Pro for screen resolution but a great first iteration.
     

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