by Mat Dirjish
Targeting creative illustrators, animators, graphics design pros, 3D designers, and image editors,
Huion unveils two 2.5K pen displays: Kamvas Pro 13(2.5K) and Kamvas Pro 16(2.5K). Heralded as an integration of high performance and innovative design, the digital painting displays feature a 2.5K resolution and employ quantum dot technology for vibrant pictures.
Both Kamvas Pro 13(2.5K) and Kamvas Pro 16(2.5K) feature a large screen that provides a wide working area while remaining 10-mm thin. Pixels of Kamvas Pro 13(2.5K) are twice as many as those common to a full HD display, the result of a 2.5K QHD resolution on a 13.3-in. IPS screen, allegedly for the first time in the industry.
Additionally, QLED quantum dot technology helps to reduce harmful blue light while achieving a 145% sRGB color gamut. Reportedly, both pen displays can display 16.7M colors and represent pictures with high saturation, accurate hue, and natural brightness.
Kamvas Pro 13(2.5K) and Kamvas Pro 16(2.5K) come with the company’s PW517 digital pen, which adopts Huion PenTech 3.0, the latest application of battery-free EMR technology. The pens specify an 8192-level pressure sensitivity and a greater than 300 PPS report rate. And a ±60° tilt recognition supports the realization of various drawing techniques such as shading, sketching, and edging.
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