The Ugee M708 is a 2014 drawing, art and graphics design tablet that received positive reviews for its 10’’ x 6’’ active area which is large for a device in its price range. The thin and elegant design also garnered praise as being pleasant to work with. Furthermore, users loved the pen, which feels real and provides very high pressure sensitivity. The device received criticism for incorporating a battery powered stylus instead of the battery-free rechargeable pens more common with Wacom devices. Some users also encountered driver issues. If you are not sold on a Wacom device, the Ugee M708 is a decent choice for a drawing tablet that provides a good value for the money.
- Thin and elegant design
- Large working area
- High pressure sensitivity
- Long USB cable
- AAA-powered pen
- Challenging installation process
- Driver issues
With the various driver issues and a challenging installation process, using the Ugee M708 requires someone that is at least a little computer savvy. However, once you get around it, you will be in for a very pleasant experience which is well worth more than what you pay for.
- Weight: 1.3 lbs
|Dimension (LxWxH)||14 x 8.3 x 0.3|