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These Amazon Prime Day drawing tablet deals are frankly ridiculous

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Amazon Prime Day 2021 has begun and we're happy to report some great deals on drawing tablets. Whether you're a digital art pro or just starting out, this is the perfect time to snag a bargain on a new tablet. Right now you can nab this brilliant Huion tablet with 37 per cent off at only £32 (which is frankly ridiculous). 

Not quite right? You can find the best UK Prime Day drawing tablets deals below, and we'll be keeping this list updated as deals come and go. And for more brilliant deals, be sure to check out our roundup of the best drawing tablets.

The best US Prime Day drawing tablet deals 

Huion Inspiroy H640P

Huion Inspiroy H640P: $40 $32 at Amazon
Save $8:
It's not a huge saving, but this  Windows, Mac and Android-compatible tablet was already one of the best value drawing devices around. It has 6 shortcut keys and a battery-free stylus – and for just over $30, it's a bargain.
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Huion Inspiroy H640P

Huion H610 Pro V2  $50 $40 at Amazon
Save 20%:
Amazon's shaved 20% off this Mac, Windows and Chromebook supported tablet, which features an innovative tilt control system and 8192 levels of pressure sensitivity. A bargain at just $40!

XP-PEN Drawing Monitor Artist 12

XP-PEN Drawing Monitor Artist 12: $250 $200 at Amazon
Save $50:
This equals the lowest price we've ever seen for this highly-rated tablet with a 11.6-inch screen. This edition is Line Friends themed, and comes with a bag and stickers – but the quality of the tablet remains unchanged. XP-Pen is running a range of offers so click through to find more.

The best UK Prime Day drawing tablet deals

Huion Inspiroy H640P

Huion Inspiroy H640P: £50.98 £32.23 at Amazon
Save £18.75:
Amazon's shaved 32% off this Windows, Mac and Android-compatible graphics tablet. It's one of the more basic models (there's no built-in display) but it has 6 shortcut keys and a battery-free stylus. For under £30, it's a bargain.

HUION Kamvas 13

Huion Kamvas 13 Drawing tablet: £271.99 £217 at Amazon
Save £54.40:
This much more advanced Huion drawing tablet boasts a fully laminated display with an anti-glare screen protector. It's ultra-slim, weighs just 980g and comes with a battery-free pen.

XP-PEN Artist24 Pro

XP-PEN Artist24 Pro: £999 £716 at Amazon
Save £284:
For pro designers, this 2K QHD drawing monitor has a 23.8-inch display, 2 dials and 20 customisable shortcut keys. It's the first 2K 23.8-inch drawing tablet available as it's as sharp as they come.

Huawei MediaPad T3

Huawei MediaPad T3 £140 £86 at Amazon
Save £54:
This super-sleek 9.6-inch model from Huawei features a single-piece anodised aluminium body along with a high resolution display with blue-light filter and low-light modes. It might not be the biggest, but it's certainly one of the most stylish drawing tablets around.

Wacom Cintiq 16

Wacom Cintiq 16 £530 £423 at Amazon
Save £107:
We're big fans of Wacom, and the Cintiq 16 is a brilliant, affordable option for students, graduates or any creative who can't justify forking our for the Cintiq Pro. Pro Pen 2 support and a 1080p HD display mean it's no slouch, and at £107 off, it's even more affordable than ever.

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For more deals, check out our sister site TechRadar's Prime Day roundup

If none of the above deals take your fancy, or they aren't available where you are, take a look at the best drawing tablet deals in your area below.

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Daniel Piper

Daniel Piper is senior news editor at Creative Bloq, and an authority on all things art, design, branding and tech. He has a particular penchant for Apple products – some corners of the internet might call him an 'iSheep', but he's fine with this. It doesn't bother him at all. Why would it? They're just really nicely designed products, okay? Daniel is also a comedian and national poetry slam champion, and his favourite Bond is, obviously, Sean Connery.