XP-PEN G640 6×4 inch Drawing Tablet Digital Signature osu! with 8192 Graphics Battery-free stylus

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XP-PEN G640 6×4 inch Drawing Tablet Digital Signature osu! with 8192 Graphics Battery-free stylus
XP-PEN G640 6×4 inch Drawing Tablet Digital Signature osu! with 8192 Graphics Battery-free stylus



  • Designed for OSU! gameplay, drawing, painting, sketching, E-signatures etc.. No need to install drivers for OSU! Designed for both right and left hand users
  • XP-PEN advanced Battery-free stylus does not require charging, allowing for constant uninterrupted Draw and Play
  • Active Area: 6 x 4 inches Fully utilizing our 8192 levels of pen pressure sensitivity―Providing you with groundbreaking control and fluidity to expand your creative output
  • Visually present your handwritten notes and signatures by using the G640 and Microsoft Office apps like Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and more. Ideal for your web conferencing or online teaching needs.
  • G640 Drawing tablet supports Windows 10/8/7(32/64bit), Mac OS X version 10.10 or later, Linux (Detailed versions). Compatible with many graphics software programs like Adobe Photoshop, Corel Painter, CorelDraw, SAI, Infinite Stratos, 3D MAX, Autodesk MAYA, Pixologic ZBrush and more

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Specification: XP-PEN G640 6×4 inch Drawing Tablet Digital Signature osu! with 8192 Graphics Battery-free stylus

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Product Dimensions

‎20 x 16 x 1 cm, 170 Grams

Manufacturer reference




‎Star G640


Are Batteries Included


Item Weight

‎170 g

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7 reviews for XP-PEN G640 6×4 inch Drawing Tablet Digital Signature osu! with 8192 Graphics Battery-free stylus

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  1. Katie

    Horrible product. I am a tutor online during this c19 outbreak and I bought this for that purpose. It doesn’t work. It only registers every 3rd stroke basically but doesn’t even do that. For example if you write a 3 it comes out as a straight line on an angle. If you go slow it doesn’t work, fast doesn’t work, light pressure hard pressure nope doesn’t work. The child has a better version and hers works amazingly.

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  2. Mr. C. S. Perks

    I am a photographer moving into portraiture and am currently learning professional re-touching techniques.
    I quickly began to realise that I needed a graphics tablet.
    I was concerned about the actual drawing area of most tablets and didn’t want to spend silly money on something I might not take to.
    I was a little suspicious of what I would be getting with the XP-Pen G640 for the price, but I have to say that I have been delighted with it.
    The 6″ x 4″ area is more than adequate. The unit looks and feels smart and well made and the pen is comfortable.
    A little tweaking of the pen settings in the interface and the whole thing becomes a part of you, and it has given me precise control over my editing/retouching.
    The only problem I have with it is that I can’t keep my 12 year old daughter away from it, so now I’m having to buy a second one!

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  3. Paul crompton

    This is a great tablet. The size is decent and the price is good. This is my very first drawing tablet though, so I don’t have anything to compare it too. I’m using Krita to do my digital drawings. Please bear in mind that it’s not primarily for “Osu” – whatever that is, that’s just Amazon keyword marketing. I’ll probably use this for a bit before upgrading.

    It’s also worth altering the sensitivity from the downloadable driver to make it more sensitive, because you have to press rather hard by default.

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  4. JC Ford

    I use a Wacom tablet at work and was looking for a small tablet to use with my Mac laptop and have to say I have been very impressed with it from the offset.

    The Star G640 comes in a nice box and when you open it up is well presented and the product well made. The tiny tablet plugs into my Mac laptop via a micro usb-to-usb connection which is nice and long if you want to work at a distance, when first plugging it in the cursor was responsive straight away.

    Top tip for Mac users – even though it works straight away on plugging in you do need to download the Mac drivers to fully set-up and for the pen to really work when using applications like Photoshop.

    Overall I’m really impressed and this has now become my traveling companion inside my laptop bag.

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  5. Hutchnak

    I’ve listed this as budget in the title of this review, primarily because of the price; it was one of the cheapest I found on Amazon, but I am seriously impressed and would say it’s anything but.
    I’ve never used a graphics tablet before, but as anyone who has ever tried to do any shading with a computer mouse will know, it’s very hard! I thought it was time I tried one out but I didn’t want to spend a fortune in case it was something I didn’t like or couldn’t get used to.
    I must have spent 2 days looking at various models and reading all of the reviews on Amazon but finally settled on this one due to it’s attractive price and the fact that it had several positive reviews already. It arrived in a really smart looking box along with the mini usb cable, pen, spare nibs and a nib remover.
    I use a mac and when I first plugged it in, it detected what it thought was a keyboard so struggled to connect it. I just crossed this off, logged onto the website as per the instructions, downloaded the…

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  6. Kath

    Love it! It works pretty well for a cheap drawing tablet. The only downside to this tablet is that sometimes the pen pressure stops working and blobs show up on the canvas – I don’t know if this is what happens with Windows, but I find that it happens often on a MacBook Air.

    20 September 2018: So I absolutely loved how this tablet functions. The only problem is that my MacBook Air seems to have a problem with recognising the tablet driver, and so the pen pressure doesn’t work unless you login, check the pentabletsettings app, then logout and log back in. Sometimes it doesn’t work even though I have tried many methods in making it work on the MacBook Air. I’m going to be returning my tablet and buying another as it gets really tiring having to try and make the tablet work, although when it does work, it works really well.

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  7. Jezza

    This XP-Pen G640 is a fantastic tablet for me and I didn’t expect I’d be saying that since I’ve only recently discovered the brand. I’m primarily a Mac user with a Wacom Bamboo and I’ve had several tablets from Wacom over the years yet I’ve never been completely satisfied with any of them even though they’ve done the job. The G640 follows the keep-it-simple mantra and I like that. The driver software is just simple and obvious with no confusions in any of my many arty apps. This is now my only tablet on my desk. I had reason to contact XP-Pen Support and they were absolutely astonishingly good. Excellent value for money and overall very please with this.

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