Based on my experience with it so far I say the Huion Giano. I've owned a lot of tablets - so by all means let my past experience be to your advantage.
Bamboo/Graphire/Other small tablets: Trash Cintiq 12WX: Trash Intuos 5 Medium: Okay Huion H610: Okay Intuos 3 Medium: Pretty Good Intuos 5 Large: Great Huion Giano: Great
I wasted over $1,200 on Wacom's Cintiq 12WX; a device that had less colors than a typical consumer-grade monitor, and an irreversible error that caused the pen's sensitivity to spike after a random, arbitrary number of strokes. It was ass and it's $1,200 I will never get even 1/4th of back in all likelihood. The tablet you buy could be the difference between you having an enjoyable experience learning how to draw, or being put off from the subject for years so don't sweat a couple hundred bucks, bro.
If you're going to go with the "budget" Huion brand specifically for example what would you spend that extra $100 (the difference in price between the Giano and H610) on anyway? It's really not that much money. You have the benefit of learning from my past mistakes and the availability of today's technology. Whatever you get don't worry about the price because a good drawing tablet will hold a good portion of its value for a long time (as opposed to a shit one like the 12WX that was practically worthless just months after its release). If you give up within like 5 years you will, in all likelihood, be able to sell whatever tablet you buy for at least 70% of its value to another individual if it comes down to it; don't think of it as you spending money, you're mostly just shuffling your money around.
A tablet is an investment, and though it's one that's guaranteed to depreciate to some degree, the one you choose could have a profound affect on whether or not you get your feet off the ground and that's worth a hell of a lot more than a couple hundred dollars.
If you want a good sense of what it's like drawing on a small tablet, increase your mouse sensitivity by 30-50% and see what that feels like. It's pretty much exactly like that except with a pen. The tablet has to compress your monitor's screen down to the size of the tablet's active area so for example an inch on your tablet will be two or three on the monitor.
Is this a good little tablet to get? i dont have a lot of money to spend and i need something bigger than my bamboo. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Wacom-Intuos-graphics-tablet-facility-x/dp/B013ATUR50/ref=cm_wl_huc_item
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