General Questions. 1. What is your budget? $2000 2. Would you consider purchasing used/refurbished? No. 3. Do you prefer a Slate, Convertible or Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC)? I hope you could help me answer this question. Refer to MISC section at bottom. 4. What size Tablet PC would you prefer? Over 10" 5. Which country do you intent to purchase from? U.S. 6. Do you have any preferences to brand loyalty or dislikes? I'd prefer a brand I've at least heard of. 7. How many hours battery life do you require? 3+ 8. What will be the primary usage scenario of this tablet? Digital Speed Painting, Sketching is the main requirement. But if possible, I'd like something accurate and powerful enough to get into detail on large Photoshop canvases. 9. Do you have an OS preference? Windows 10. What software and tasks do you intend to run? Photoshop(Required), ZBrush (Optional) 10. Do you intend on playing Games? If so please list. Doesn't matter Screen Specifics 1. What resolution do you prefer? Not sure, as high as possible. 2. Do you require the screen to be readable in sunlight? Not required, would be a plus to able to Plein Air, though. 3. Do you prefer your display to be glossy or matte? Matte, but I have seen anti-glare glossy screens, and that would be fine too 4. Do you require Touch? (without pressure sensitivity) (Which one: resistive or capacitive) Whichever is the most accurate with a digitizer. 5. Do you require a Pen? (with pressure sensitivity) I know and trust Wacom. Component Specifics 1. What size Hard Drive and Memory do you require? 128gb HDD, 4GB Ram 2. Do you require an Optical (CD/DVD) Drive to be built in? No 3. Do you require ability to add a second Battery or Hard Drive (Modular Bay technology)? Not Required Misc One of the main reasons I am torn between Tablet(slate), and Tablet laptop, is the fact that I use the hotkeys on my Intuos 3 at a rate of about 20 times a minute. I love the sound of the Samsung S7S, but I don't know if it has programmable keys, I would not be happy going into the color palette to use the color picker every time. Going to the Edit menu to undo strokes would just be a painful experience. Thanks!