Graphic tablets, also known as drawing tablets or pen tablets, are electronic devices used by artists, designers, and digital illustrators to create digital artwork. They consist of a flat surface that can be drawn on using a stylus or a pen that serves as a digital tool. The pen or stylus sends signals to the tablet that are then translated into digital images on a computer screen. Graphic tablets usually come with software that allows users to customize their work settings, such as brush sizes, opacity, and color. They come in various sizes, ranging from small, portable to large, professional-grade tablets. Some of the popular brands of graphic tablets include Wacom, Huion, and XP-Pen.