HUION Inspiroy Ink H320M Graphics Drawing Tablet Dual-Purpose LCD Writing Tablet 8192 Pen Pressure Battery-Free Stylus

HUION Inspiroy Ink H320M Graphics Drawing Tablet Dual-Purpose LCD Writing Tablet 8192 Pen Pressure Battery-Free Stylus

PRICE: $79.99


-Combability, works with android as well!
-multipurpose, digital drawing Infront and sketches behind the back.
-shortcut keys
-±60° tilt support
-pen stand
-right handed and left-handed support
-2 programable key on the pen
- one cable support
-free USB OTG adapter
-free sleeve bag
-battery free pen, but with modern tablet nowadays, almost all of them are battery free anyways.


- back of the table wear out, button battery won’t help much.
-too large to travel with
- pen feel a little bit too light for me.
-pen bottom key doesn’t seem much comfortable to press


given the price, it is an affordable drawing tablet that you can use if you do not have an iPad and are looking for a drawing tablet for your computer or android device. However, there are a lot of cheaper option to choose from if you are just purely looking for a drawing tablet. This tablet is for those who wants to pay a little bit more to get the additional shortcut keys and the back drawing experience.


This is another one of the advantages of buying this drawing tablet because if you have an android device, you can just plug it in and it will work, I tried it with my phone and tablet, and it works fine. But I can’t say that it will work for every android device, or maybe some of the apps. Though, I tried it with clip studio paint, and it works fine.


Alright so, this table is marketed as a digital tablet with dual function, at the front is your typical drawing table experience while at the back is your tablet sketching experience. It certainly looks good, but the truth is, you don’t need this. UNLESS you are someone who travels a lot and who doesn’t own an iPad. If you have an iPad, it honestly just performs better. Because in terms of portability and drawing experience, I don’t think anything can beat an iPad for now. But that’s another story for another time.


It has shortcut keys. I find that a lot of affordable digital tablet key doesn’t have shortcut keys, even if they do have one it might not be a lot. Now, as for the definition of a lot, 11 customizable key which this tablet have is not a lot for me. I need at least 16 keys for me to draw comfortably. So, your definition of a lot might differ with mine. But also, some may argue that shortcut key is not a necessity, and some will argue shortcut key is a must. I belong to the second group, because I have gotten so use to it, without shortcut keys. I just feel kind of uncomfortable.


Has a 60-degree pen tilt support which is nice, but with digital drawing. You can always adjust your brush setting anyways. So personally, I do not need it, but it’s a nice addition.

It has a pen stand, so that you can just sit down and start your journey right away, it’s great to have it. I found that with a pen stand I will be less likely to waste my time looking for my pen because often than not, I will misplace the pen for some reason. You can always get a third-party pen holder but with this. You do not need to buy it separately.

The pen also has 2 programable shortcut keys just around your fingertips, but one thing that I don’t like is the bottom key, it has a shorter reach for some reason, and I seem to have a hard time to just naturally click it.


It has left-handed and right-handed support, so you can just flip the 180 degree if you are left handed. It will work just fine.


First of all, I want to say that what you are paying for this price is definitely worth the features and the products you are getting. The build quality is not the best, the back drawing features is quite useless, I don’t like it at all. Seem like a very cheap drawing tablet for kids that you can buy at a dollar store. But the digital drawing part with the shortcut keys are what you should be aiming at.

Now, I’m currently not using this anymore because I still prefer to draw on something that has a screen. It definitely takes time to adjust if you want to draw on a tablet without looking directly at your screen. It’s 100% doable, ultimately its all you. Its not the equipment, I have all the needed stuff, but I still draw like a 1-year-old baby. No offense to all the 1-year-old baby out there.

Technical Specifications

Technology:                          Battery-Free Electromagnetic Resonance

Active Area:                           Pen Tablet:228.6 x 142.9mm(9 x 5.625inch)

Writing Tablet:259.2 x 157.4mm(10.2 x 6.2inch)

Resolution:                            5080 LPI

Report Rate:                           266 PPS

Pen Pressure:                      8192 Levels

Reading Height:                  10mm

Interface Support:                 USB-C

OS Support:                            Windows 7 or later, macOS 10.12 or later and Android 6.0 or later

Dimensions/piece:                 305.4 x 179.6 x 9mm

Net Weight/ piece:                 450g

Type:                                    Graphics tablet

Express Keys:                    11 Customized Press Keys

What are you getting?

1) Pen Tablet
2) Battery-free Pen
3) USB-C Cable
4) USB-C Adapter
5) Pen Holder
6) Pen Nibs x 8
7) Sleeve bag
8) Quick Start Guide