The Huion GT-220 is a 21.5" tablet monitor with an IPS display. It has a resolution of 1920x1080 and 2048 levels of pressure. At half the price of a Wacom 22HD, this is going to be a real contender once they fix some minor issues.
Update 8/27/14 - Huion has told me that the stylus trigger bug is being addressed and should hopefully be fixed in the next driver update.
Update 9/2/14 - Huion released new drivers on Aug. 28th that were supposed to fix the calibration issues. I downloaded and installed the drivers and it completely broke my GT-220. It no longer recognized the stylus at all. I ended up having to roll back to the previous drivers.
Update 9/9/14 - I purchased the Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter for my Mac. The Huion drivers for Macs are a joke. The trigger buttons can only be mapped to either left or right click and you can't calibrate your stylus. I would NOT recommend the GT-220 to any Mac users. Here is the short video update. youtu.be/LhHZ1PeTyIE
Update 9/11/14 - New PC drivers again. This time the drivers actually work, but they didn't fix any of the problems I had before. Calibration still doesn't work properly (even though they claim to have fixed it) and the stylus trigger button still doesn't work either.
Update 9/13/14 - I was given a firmware update that was supposed to fix the stylus trigger button. I installed the update, but the trigger button still doesn't work.
Update 9/18/14 - The new drivers (PC) helped with the calibration, but alt still doesn't work in Photoshop.
Update 11/4/14 - Huion insisted that I return the unit because I had problems with it, even though the deal they had with me was that I would be allowed to keep the unit if I did a video review. Multiple times I told them that returning the unit wouldn't fix the problems since many of them are driver and firmware related. They said if I returned the unit, they would send me an updated unit that had fixed some of the issues I had in my review. I also did not want to pay for shipping. They kept emailing me, demanding that I return the unit and they said I would have to pay for shipping myself. Again, I told them I was not going to pay for shipping. Finally they agreed to reimburse me for shipping if I sent back the unit. I bought tracking and paid around $26 for shipping to California. They received the unit back on Oct. 20th. After several unanswered emails, they have yet to pay me back for shipping, even though they received the unit 15 days ago. I think I just got suckered into doing a review of their product for free. Actually, not free, I had to pay $26 for shipping and $30 for the VGA adapter, so actually I had to pay money to write a review. I would recommend avoiding Huion. If they ever reimburse me, I will post a new update.
Update 11/5/14 - Well, after publicly posting about not hearing back from Huion yesterday, I received an email saying they will reimburse me once I send them the receipt. Good thing I keep my receipts.
Price - $899
Technology - Electromagnetic Digitizer
Type - IPS Monitor
Screen Size - 21.5" (Diagonal)
Aspect Ratio - 16:9
Display Area (H x V) - 476.64 mm x 268.11 mm
Pressure Sensitivity - 2048 Levels
Viewing Angle (Typical) - H : 178° V : 178°
Pixel Pitch (H x V) - 0.2485 mm x 0.2485 mm
Native Resolution - 1920x1080
Hand Input Resolution - 5080 LPI (Lines per Inch)
Reading Accuracy - 0.12mm 2048 PPI (Pixels per Inch)
Brightness - 250 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio (Typical) - 1000 : 1
Number of Colors - 16.7 M
Report Rate - 220 RPS (Revolutions per Second)
Response Time - 5 ms
Video Interface - VGA DVI HDMI
For more information, visit the Huion site.
Thanks Huion for sending me this unit to review!