All this talk of tablets has raised my interest in getting a touchscreen device. My knowledge is limited so I turn to the forum for advice.
I'm looking for a tablet pc for $1000 or less that will run Photoshop/Corel well, has touch sensitivity options, a good screen (bright colors, doesn't fade at different angles) and is mostly lag-free (brush strokes appear as they happen, not 3 seconds later). Basically, I want an art machine.
I already own a USB tablet but it's pretty much unusable with my current setup. My laptop's screen really sucks. It has that "faded look no matter what angle I view it" look. Terrible for choosing colors and editing photos. My second problem is the disconnect between my actions on the tablet and what I see on the screen. It's like trying to write properly while looking at the sky. I can't seem to get the hang of it. On the other hand, touch screen drawing apps have worked wonders for me and I'd like to it to the next level.
This is what I've been looking at so far:
- HP TouchSmart TM2 (specs at the very bottom)
- Fujitsu LifeBook T4410
If anyone can tell me what I should expect, inform me of better options or share their experiences, I would appreciate it. Thanks!