"What's the difference between the Huion H610 Pro and the 1060 PLUS?" is the a question I get asked frequently. I've decided to answer this in blog and video so that I can link back to it in the future when I get asked again.
Here's the short summary, in terms of drawing functionality, there is no difference. The main difference comes in the physical design, and the 1060 PLUS has more physical shortcut buttons.
By the way, there are two versions of the 1060 PLUS. The new one is called the NEW 1060 PLUS. The difference is just in physical design.
Here's the long version.
|H610 Pro||1060 Plus|
|Dimension||360 x 240 x 10mm||360 x 240 x 10mm|
|Drawing area||10 by 6.25 inches||10 by 6.25 inches|
|Pressure sensitivity||2048 levels||2048 levels|
|Resolution||5080 LPI(Line Per Inch)||5080 LPI(Line Per Inch)|
|Report Rate||233 RPS||233 RPS|
|Internal storage||-||8GB MicroSD card included|
|Cable||Comes out horizontally from side||L-shape cable that goes up|
|Pen||Battery charging required||Battery charging required, comes with cap|
|Accessories||Depends on bundle||Depends on bundle|
Specifications are pretty similar. Drawing functionality is essentially the same for both tablets.
The main difference is PLUS has 12 physical shortcut buttons and there's a 8GB microSD card included. I usually recommend PLUS over PRO because of the extra shortcut buttons. Having the microSD card is useful too because you can store files or drivers on it and transport the tablet from office to home and have access.
The other difference is the physical design and look. The PLUS's surface area is one seamless piece where as the PRO is divided with a line to separate the drawing and button areas.
The L-shape cable for the PLUS is good design. With the horizontal cable that comes out from the side of the PRO, when I access the physical shortcut buttons, I always press my hand on them. With the PLUS, the cable is out of the way.
Price difference isn't too much, less than USD $10, so I always recommend getting the PLUS because the extra shortcut buttons.