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Experience with Ugee M1000L tablet?

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I just decided to get an entry graphics tablet. I do a little photo retouching with APh, and some of my design work in AD is quite repetive, so I can see a tablet with express keys coming in handy.

Does anyone have experience with the UGEE M1000L it's a 4000 lpi. made by Huion, a smaller model to the popular 1060 Plus (5080 lpi).
[EDITED] The deal was ending, so I just bought it anyway. Pease still respond, as I am still interested in members' observations and/or experiences.
Is this tablet enough to get my feet wet? I have a 13" MacBook, but plan to get a 27" iMac soon. Would this size tablet be ok for MacBook for now? 
Also, are there any unique features of the Wacom Intuos models that I would not get with this model that I may find useful with AD and/or AP?
To advanced revellers: compliments of the new year
[EDIT] updated

AD 1.7.1, AP 1.7.1;Hhave ADW, Serif PagePlus X8 and X9 on an old PC
iMac Retina 5K, 27 inch, Late 2015, 3.2Ghz i5, 8GB 1867Mhz DDR3, AMD Radeon R9 M380 2GB; 1TB HDD, macOS Mojave 10.14.5

Wacom Intuos 5 Pro (wireless - without lagging).

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I was actually going to buy this model but decided to go for the UGEE 1910B after reading a guide on artists tablets 

So my decision was actually based on the fact that I needed something a little bit more advanced, and something that I wouldn't need to keep upgrading. With the M1000L, I think I would rapidly out grow the device and would be changing it for a better more advanced model in less than 12 months. 

I would certainly consider getting a better model over the 1910B if you're serious about digital art or using it for presenting and creating ideas and concepts.

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