HUION 1060 Plus Graphic Drawing Tablet & Pen

Last updated: August 3, 2020


The HUION 1060 marries high-tech features with an unbeatable price. The active area is larger than other, pricier options, and the stylus comes with thousands of pressure levels for your most exact lines yet. It seems to have a couple of issues with certain programs or operating systems, but it's still one of the best options around (and a huge bargain).

We looked at the top Drawing Tablets and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Drawing Tablet you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: A large active area and a stylus with thousands of pressure levels means you'll be able to draw precisely how you want to.

In our analysis of 46 expert reviews, the HUION Plus Graphic Drawing Tablet & Pen placed 8th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

12 Express Keys and 16 Soft Keys – The 12 physical express-keys on the left and 16 soft keys on the top of the drawing surface are all customizable, which provides you a plethora of ways to tailor your software experience and raise your work efficiency. Difference with the original 1060PLUS digital tablet in Appearance – Full-Area Surface Cover, Pen Carrier, and Thinner Border, which makes the drawing surface bigger. Quieter Express Keys, Better Linearity in art programs, Better pen pressure sensitivity.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

It has a 10-by-6.25-inch active drawing area, a comfortable pen, and 12 customizable tablet shortcut keys.
1060 PLUS can now use all the 12 physical Expresskeys instead of just 8 on the 1060 PRO, and the included storage has increased to 8GB from 4GB.
Pen comes with 8192 pressure levels for really precise work
The tab comes with a Built-in Card Reader which has an 8GB micro-SD card. This makes it ideally portable and convenient for its users.

What reviewers didn't like

Huion’s driver software doesn’t compare with Wacom’s, the 1060Plus isn’t as customizable as the Intuos tablets, and we found that—despite this model’s 8,192 levels of pressure sensitivity—the slicker tablet surface gave us less control over line weight and opacity when drawing.
Windows will try to install its own version of the tablet driver which will be incompatible with the 1060 PLUS.
Some of the shortcut keys don’t work too well
Seems to have a Photoshop bug that increases reaction time and disables specific functions while working with it
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