Pen Tablet and Pen Display are two types of input devices used for digital drawing and graphic design.
A Pen Tablet is a flat tablet-like device consisting of a touch-sensitive pad and an electromagnetic pen. Users can use the pen on the tablet to draw, write, and perform various operations. The tablet senses and captures the position and pressure information of the pen tip, which is then transmitted to the computer. Users can use drawing software or other applications on the computer to display and manipulate the drawings created on the tablet. Graphics Tablets are suitable for applications that require precise control and drawing operations, such as digital painting, illustration, and graphic design.
A Pen Display, on the other hand, is a device that integrates a display screen and a touch-sensitive pad. Users can directly draw, write, and perform operations on the screen. Pen Display provides real-time visual feedback, allowing users to see their drawing results directly on the screen. By using an electromagnetic pen on the Pen Display, users can have a more intuitive and natural creative experience. Pen Displays are suitable for applications that require immediate feedback and a closer resemblance to traditional drawing experiences, such as digital painting, illustration, and animation production.