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Cheap Cyber Monday tablets: Get a Huion drawing tablet for just $50

Huion tablet deals Cyber Monday
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Huion is the ideal brand of digital drawing tablet for artists on a budget. That's because despite being very competitively priced, there's little compromise in terms of power, performance or quality. 

For this reason, any serious discounts on these beautifully responsive drawing tablets are more than welcome. And happily this Cyber Monday, Huion tablets are now quite astonishingly low.

The headline is that for one day only, you can get a Huion H950P OTG drawing tablet for a few cents over $50. That's a staggering drop of 30 per cent from the already low price of $71.98. And you'll be getting a very capable device too. 

Upgraded to support connection to Android mobile phones and tablets, the H950P supports ±60 degree tilt recognition, 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity, a battery-free stylus and eight user-defined Express Keys.

And that's not all that's on offer (more details below). Remember, though, that these lightning deals are for Cyber Monday only, and when they're gone, they're gone. So don't hang around!

Is it worth splashing out on the more expensive model? Well, the Kamvas Pro 16 offers solid competition to Wacom thanks to the full lamination of its 15.6in HD screen, which shortens the distance between the cursor and the pen nib to reduce the parallax and bring you better colour presentation. In short, this a fabulous high-end tablet for professional drawing use.

For more top deals, see our Cyber Monday sales post, or our Apple Cyber Monday roundup. And don't forget to also check out our full list of best drawing tablets. Alternatively, see today's deals on drawing tablets in your region below.

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Tom May
Tom May is a freelance writer and editor specialising in art, design and travel. He has been editor of Professional Photography magazine, associate editor at Creative Bloq, and deputy editor at net magazine. He has also worked for a wide range of mainstream titles including The Sun, Radio Times, NME, Heat, Company and Bella.