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I'm thinking of buying this tablet but have questions.

I have a 4 monitor setup from a gtx 1080. I can properly use a small wacom with it, but the tablet is pitiful in size. Will this Huion shit be able to handle it? From what I've seen, their driver has almost zero options which worries me.
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>>588920
If you want to spend time working with drivers Huion is pretty decent. Two of my buddies have Huions, and it does the job well, but they have to spend time reinstalling drivers and fiddling around after every single windows update.
I've got a wacom and the drivers work without any hassle. It comes down to if you want to pay for convenience, otherwise the tablets themselves are comparable.
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>>588993

Any idea how Linux support is for Huion tablets?
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Is your drawing area mapped to all four monitors at once?

I have a Pen & Touch Medium which I use on a 1080p TV and I honestly feel like I have too much space to move the pen around sometimes.
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>>588995
Yes i have it mapped to all 4, but they are arranged 3 in a row and one ips on an angle tilted below the middle one. I have so many windows I have to use at once
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>>588994
https://davidrevoy.com/article331/setup-huion-giano-wh1409-tablet-on-linux-mint-18-1-ubuntu-16-04
This should help.
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>>589024
I use win10




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