19-22" Tablet Options

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by Anthony Michael, May 10, 2019.

  1. Anthony Michael

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    1. What is your budget?
    Cheapest. $500-$600
    2. Would you consider purchasing used/refurbished?
    3. Do you prefer a media/mobile tablet like the iPad, Windows tablet PC, or notebook convertible?
    4. What size Tablet PC would you prefer

    5. Which country do you intent to purchase from [where do you live]?
    Preferably US.

    6. Do you have any preferences to brand loyalty or dislikes?
    Fujitsu has been a good brand, Bosto has quality tablets but cheap pens that wear out and are now unreliable to buy a replacement from.

    7. How many hours battery life do you require? N/A

    8. What will be the primary usage scenario of this tablet?
    Drawing, draw a webcomic as well as doing commissioned work.

    9. Do you have an OS preference? I have a Mac & like Mac high Sierra, but understand most drawing tablets are made for windows.

    10. Basic photoshop elements 11 lol...I know its ancient but newest ps cc is a lagging performer on even near new pcs.
    11. Do you intend on playing Games no.

    12. Would you like to stream content through your home theater system?
    Screen Specifics

    1. Any preference on screen resolution?
    As good as is within price range w/out compromising size.

    2. Will you be using the tablet outdoors? No.

    3. Do you require a pen? With or without pressure sensitivity? Do you prefer Wacom EMR, AES or N-trig? Yes. I prefer any pen compatible w/my tablet. My bosto tablet works fine but cannot use it due to them no longer having a functioning website or means of contact to obtain a replacement pen for my 22ui mini, third pen in 3 yrs. Cheap.

    Component Specifics

    1. What size Hard Drive and Memory do you require? Would you like expandable memory? As much as possible,

    2. What sort of inputs do you require, if any? Would you like full-sized USB and SD card slots? Are microUSB and microSD ok? Do you require HDMI inputs?
    Not currently a priority, only enough ports to hook tablet up.

    1. Other non specific items ~ please add other items you require not covered above? I prefer a tablet with a Wacom digitizer, although I never tried one with alternate tech to judge, yould be willing to. Most important is the ability to but replacement pens or a compatible pen. With warranty my bosto came to $700, and without a means of getting another pen, it is useless.

    2. Additional requests ~ anything other you wish to take into consideration? Decent drivers, low incidence of lag, and of course overall performance.

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