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Lightning deal alert! This top drawing tablet is $80 off for a few hours only

Huion Kamvas 16 - official photo
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We've found this gem of a deal amongst the Black Friday noise: get $84.50 off a Huion Kamvas 16. The neat little drawing tablet has dropped in price from $420.99 to $336.79. The budget tablet is the perfect present for a newcomer to digital art.

The Huion Kamvas 16 is an entry level drawing tablet, but don't sleep on this one, as it's only available for a few hours. The screen is bright and colour vibrant with 100% sRGB colour support, and the 15.6-inch is a good size for drawing. The matte drawing surface offers a tactile feel too. The pen is great to use and the overall build quality is excellent. What's the catch? You'll need to pay extra for a stand and the anti-glare coating can dazzle. But, for under $400 this a great Black Friday drawing tablet deal.

This is just one of many drawing tablets catching the eye on Black Friday so to help sift through take a look at our Wacom Black Friday offers, our best drawing tablet roundup or our Black Friday drawing tablet deals. We also bring together all of the Surface Pro Black Friday offers if you're looking for something with more power.

Huion Kamvas 16: $420.99

Huion Kamvas 16: $420.99 $336.79 at Amazon
Save $84.50:
A great entry-level drawing tablet with some high-end features. Pros make needs a larger screen but newcomers will love it. Go on, get it for a friend.
DEAL EXPIRES: 26 Nov 2021, 12:40 (PT)

Not in the US? Never fear, there are some money-saving Huion Kamvas 16 deals for UK readers too. Take a look at the latest offers…

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Ian Dean

Ian Dean is Digital Arts Editor on Creative Bloq and the Editor of ImagineFX magazine. With over 25 years' experience in both print and online journalism, Ian has worked on many leading video game and digital art brands, including Official PlayStation Magazine, 3D World and GamesRadar. With a passion for video games and art, Ian combines his interests to run ImagineFX, the world's leading digital art magazine for fantasy, sci-fi, video game, film, and animation artists. In his spare time he doodles in Corel Painter, teaches himself ZBrush, and plays PS5.