I've mostly given up finding a good tablet I can actually buy... what about just a drawing tablet?

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  1. byviolet

    byviolet Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I live in canada so a lot of laptops/tablets with an active pen aren't easily available or have an exorbitant cost compared to what the cost in the US (even accounting for exchange rates). I'm thinking now to probably just get a regular laptop and get a small drawing pad to take notes with. But I'm not familiar with these... so any recommendations? I need to be able to use this in lectures to take notes with on onenote!

    I was looking at an intuos draw but that's about all I've got so far.
     
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    Artisul pen displays are good and relatively affordable. They are a division of UC Logic.


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    I used to do sort of thing on a ThinkPad 755C w/ a Wacom ArtZ --- it's a lot easier w/ a USB graphics tablet (no need for a second power supply), but it's awkward / clunky at best --- but better for note-taking than typing.
     
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