I had the chance to get an early hands-on with the Xencelabs Pen Display 16 earlier this month, and have been using it for four weeks now, to really get to grips with how his new drawing tablet really performs. This tablet is pitched between Xencelabs large Pen Display 24 and the traditional Pen Tablet Medium. This is a lightweight, smooth and smart looking display aimed at anyone who splits their time between the home and a studio or college, or needs a smaller display.

The eye-catching 16-inch 4K OLED is aimed at digital artists but can also be used as a second screen for anyone that needs a vibrant design-focused display. At 12mm slim and weighing 1.21kg this pen display is certainly portable, and indeed comes complete with a carry bag. Like all Xencelabs drawing tablets you get everything you could possibly need in the box, which I’ll go into more details about below.