Well current tablet sizes aren't very practical for serious graphic artists like photographers. Even a 12 inch tablet is kind of small for serious photographic post processing.
I agree that a 12" tablet is oxymoronic, but graphic artists are a huge untapped market, and the current tablet market is saturated. The people who want to build tablets NEED the growth that the arts represent.
Prepare yourself for even larger tablets that seem silly. (I doubt many artists are any more likely to buy big honkin' tablets than anyone else, but the manufacturers are gonna try just the same))
Came on man! Why not go directly to 15" or 17" ?
Every one knows that will be the trend in a few years !
AnonD-126854, 20 Jan 2015NOTHING can beat non-battery , embedded, wacom S-Pen. Period!!!!!And you know that because you tried it or because you are a samfan?
Never saw the day when an American company copies Taiwanese designs. While this looks more than decent, I'd would've expected something like this from a Chinese OEM. Kinda disappointed by this.
NOTHING can beat non-battery , embedded, wacom S-Pen.
Joe, 20 Jan 2015Sounds incredible, drawing on a paper and transfered to to the tablet. I'd like to know how th... moreThe Pen comes with 2 ultra-sone transmitters, that likely only will transmit on touch, and the ultra-sone sound being sent is picked up by 5 microphones in the tablet to pinpoint the position of the pen.
AnonD-72853, 20 Jan 2015Wow that pen sounds awesome!Sounds incredible, drawing on a paper and transfered to to the tablet. I'd like to know how the stylus do with non continuos drawing.
Android tablets are so last season. Surface 3 pro is much better :) I feel sorry for other old tablet users when using my ultrafast surface3pro.
Can some company make a relatively affordable 10" windows 8.1 tablet with stylus and a nice 1080p screen that is affordable.