the wacoms I have used were in schools, so kind of old by today's standards, but the whole screen was really accurate, along with tilt, my huion, while it will do those perfectly in a central 12 inch of the display, the outer 8 inches tilt is very hit or miss, this does come up quite often as im in the middle of drawing and the tilt hitches, I need to undo (I try not to do this, I try to do digitally a more traditional workflow for the end result I want) and reposition a piece usually zooming out a bit to continue, its not a major deal but like I said, this particular issue comes up alot, as for the outer area not tracking well, I do shit in 3d as well, there is no fucking way I am memoriseing all the hotkeys when a button is just to the left, and this is just a 1080p monitor so its not going to be the best. screen space to work with unless I make the ui small as hell. this sees me reaching for the mouse a fair bit of time instead of just using the pen.
as far as I remember, and no, I wont remember the model, the Wacom's tracked better/didn't hit these same issues nearly as much. wacom has their own horror stories, drivers where people had to fucking write their own because wacom would not fix bugs, while my huion experience has genuinely been fucking amazing as far as tech support was concerned.
would I like the accuracy I had on the wacom screens, yes, is it worth, if I remember the price of the bastards at the time, a 2000$ premium over my monitor... oh fuck no. drawing for me is a hobby, and I do FAR more irl than digital, maybe if I did more digital, but fuck no for what I do currently.