Hi all, 1. I'm just wanting to know what the difference for sketching/sculpting (in zbrush) would be when comparing- a) a combination of an active stylus like the Joy Factory Precision Stylus (or Lynktec Active Stylus) paired with any generic Capacitive touch screen Windows tablet (like Asus Transformer, Onda V975m etc.) with b) a tablet with an active digitizer like the Surface Pro? I can't think of much else besides pressure sensitivity, (provided the active styli work as advertised). 2. Is Artdock/Touchkey compatibility so limited? A quick search threw up these 2 threads & not much else- http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/threads/artdock-guide-compatibility-and-links.58400/ http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/threads/touchkey-a-universal-artdock-alternative.63098/ So is it a big risk going for a tablet other than the ones mentioned in those threads? 3. On the tablets where Artdock/Touchkey is known to work well, are multiple, simultaneous "key-presses" possible? For eg. hitting Ctrl+Alt+Shift + Marquee selection in Zbrush, on the Surface Pro. 4. Can a Baytrail processor with 2 gigs of ram be able to handle ~5-6 million polys in Zbrush? Most responses I've come across say that you are taking a chance running Zbrush on an Atom processor & limited ram. But no one seems to have actually tried it? Thanks for taking the time. I think you've probably guessed by now that I'm exploring options on a very tight budget, . Just hoping to find a good mobile Zbrush sketching tool without burning a hole in my pocket.