The Huion Q11K review

Low budget Huion Q11K Pen Tablet that is generous in size.

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Our Verdict

First time users should look to the Huion Q11K for a well made budget pen tablet. It is generous in size, wireless capable, and the drawing action is as expected which is to say it's good. It still needs charging to enable wireless use and the pen has a battery and lacks a tilt function, which feels a little old fashioned. Yet, the Huion Q11K is recommended as a modest upgrade from anything smaller and is a very good entry-level drawing tablet.

For

  • Wireless, meaning less desktop clutter
  • Good size drawing surface
  • Stylus is responsive

Against

  • Stylus not battery-free
  • No tilt function

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Huion’s Inspiroy range offers some quite passable budget level tablets, with the Huion Q11K sitting just above its cheapest, mostly due to its wireless capabilities, which needless to say is the Q11k’s headline feature, apart from its generous size.

If you already own a pen tablet from this range you’ll no doubt already be convinced of Huion’s virtues in being perfectly serviceable and affordable units. The wireless aspect may tempt you to upgrade if you don’t have that aspect already, and first time buyers might look at the slight increase in spend because of it.

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The Verdict
3.5

out of 10

Huion Q11K

First time users should look to the Huion Q11K for a well made budget pen tablet. It is generous in size, wireless capable, and the drawing action is as expected which is to say it's good. It still needs charging to enable wireless use and the pen has a battery and lacks a tilt function, which feels a little old fashioned. Yet, the Huion Q11K is recommended as a modest upgrade from anything smaller and is a very good entry-level drawing tablet.

Ben is an artist and illustrator based in Bristol. He works in traditional woodcut, drawing and digital mediums. For Creative Bloq, he reviews drawing tablets and styluses, as well as the latest and greatest digital software for artists. His artwork has been exhibited across Bristol, and his words have also appeared in ImagineFX magazine.