Travisimo wrote:Not cintiq, but wacom penabled - between 512 and 1024 levels of sensitivity.
We should start a Slate Drawing thread or something to collect all the rumors and reviews maybe..
I've been chiming in on a few of those threads, as I am awaiting the perfect tablet...here's what I've found thus far;
Brands coming out with Win 8 tablets/hybrids with stylus support (some haven't provided enough details to know whether they're Wacom active, passive, capacative, etc) but so far almost every one is too small & isn't spec'd with GPU power to run CAD quality stuff);
Asus (11.6" EEslate and 12.1" EB121)
Fujitsu (11.6" stylistic Q702 hybrid)
HP (10.1" ElitePad)
Dell (10.1" Latitude and 12.1" XPS)
Samsung (11.6" Series 7)
PaceBlade -a Dutch company- (12.1" PM240)**
**The Paceblade is the only one I see so far that is serious about graphical users - note the video below [I still think 12.1" is too small though], has the actual word WACOM in their descriptions and has options that allow you to spec the model to our liking. Since they're not here in the US yet, I intend to visit the distributor in Barcelona in March - if they have one spec'd like we want, I might just buy it. The nearest to it seems to be the EB121 and support from Asus would no doubt be much better but I'm waiting for them to come out with a Win 8 tailored next gen version with a serious GPU.
http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/03/pacebl ... windows-8/