As part of graphic design agencies, it is mandatory for us to be equipped with things that can make our graphic design life easier. One of that equipment is graphic tablets. Not only that they save space, but they are also easy to carry, making it easy for us to design anytime anywhere. In this article, we will recommend some graphic tablets that you can check out.

1. Apple iPad Pro 12.9

Apple iPad Pro is one of the graphic tables that have been leading in terms of sketching, designing, and other graphic design-related activities. It’s no wonder, considering the software that comes with it. What makes the tablet endearing, however, is the little details that benefit us as artists. A great example is the charging of the pencil when it’s attached to the magnet section on top of the tablet.

The only downside of Apple iPad Pro 12.9 is, of course, its price. It comes in a whopping $929, and there are parts you will need to buy separately such as the pencil. Yes, you do need to spend extra money on the only thing that can help you draw on the tablet.

2. Huion Kamvas Pro 24

The latest Huion tablet is one of the few tablets that can rival iPad Pro’s price, but the price is that not without reason. The latest Kamvas comes with the gorgeous 1440p QHD display that gives an amazing display of color and details. The screen is big, and the stylus moves flawlessly thanks to the pressure level of 8,192. The price is expensive, but it is definitely worth the value it has.

3. XP-Pen Deco Pro Medium

XP-Pen is known as the alternative to the famous Wacom product thanks to its cheaper price. Just like other tablets, the main highlight of this tablet is the way the stylus glides thanks to the high level of pressure points. It's software usage is not as smooth as the first two tablets mentioned, but they are bearable considering the perks of this tablet.

4. Wacom Intuos Pro

Every graphic design agency must know what Wacom is. After all, it is a powerhouse that is often used by many graphic design agencies.

Wacom is known for being able to duplicate the feel of designing on paper, and its reputation still remains until now. Wacom Intuos Pro is huge, has a pressure level of 8,000, and has plenty of areas for you to design to your heart’s content.

5. Wacom One

Wacom One is the smaller version of Wacom Intuos Pro. it has similar aspects to that of Intuos Pro, except that it is smaller in appearance. The small appearance and portability make it perfect for those who would like to practice their skill when they have the free time to do so.

There are plenty of graphic tablets every designer can pick. From all these tablets, which one do you like the most?