Drawing display makes creative tasks limitless — as long as the software works properly.
Adding a drawing tablet to your workstation can make creative tasks like photo editing/touchups and drawing much easier to complete. I remember working with a pen and tablet on video graphics many years ago and feeling that for precision edits, the pen and tablet worked better than a standard mouse did.
This was during a time when iPads weren’t even released yet. So, full touchscreen displays were completely unheard of. Today, they are much more commonplace and over the past few weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of testing out the Studio VK2200 Pro by Veikk. It’s a massive 21.5-inch touch-sensitive display that is designed to take the place of your mouse for creative tasks.
About Veikk & Studio VK2200 Pro
Veikk was founded in 2009 and has focused on connecting users with innovative products that combine technology and creativity. To date, Veikk’s products are sold in more than 100 countries. They are used in a variety of tasks including drawing, signing, e-learning, and gaming.
The Studio VK2200 Pro is a 21.5-inch, 1920×1080 IPS full laminated display. It features 120s RGB/92% NTSC of true-to-life color and 16.7 million pixels. The display is slim at only 17mm thick. Users can connect it to their computer using the dual-head USB-C cable or HDMI cable that is provided.
On-Display Shortcuts: Studio VK2200 Pro comes with two customized Quick Dials and eight SilentPress Shortcut Keys, allowing you to keep the creativity flowing. You can set functions in the driver like zoom in/out, brush+/- and undo, etc. with two Quick Dials to process eight customized functions in the meantime.