XPS 13, Spectre X360 or Yoga 720 exclusively for Art?

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by Sierra Ex, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Sierra Ex

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    1. What is your budget?
    Doesn't matter

    2. Would you consider purchasing used/refurbished?
    New only

    3. Do you prefer a media/mobile tablet like the iPad, Windows tablet PC, or notebook convertible?
    2-in-1 360º Hinge

    4. What size Tablet PC would you prefer?
    13-14"

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

    6. Do you have any preferences to brand loyalty or dislikes?

    Any of the above

    7. How many hours battery life do you require?
    Doesn't matter

    8. What will be the primary usage scenario of this tablet?
    Art/drawing/painting

    9. Do you have an OS preference?
    Windows

    10. What software and tasks do you intend to run?
    Photoshop, SAI, Clip Studio

    11. Do you intend on playing Games? If so please list.
    no

    12. Would you like to stream content through your home theater system?
    no

    Screen Specifics

    1. Any preference on screen resolution?
    1080p at least

    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, 1000+ levels of pressure, tech doesn't matter


    Mainly looking at the 3 in the title. It's basically going to be exclusively for art. I know both the Dell and Yoga use Wacom technology and the Spectre uses n-trig, I've never really had a preference as to which one. I'm basically just looking for the best drawing experience on any of these 3 tablets.

    If anyone owns and uses any of the above, how do you like them for drawing? pros, cons etc, any issues with parallax, pressure sensitivity, palm rejection or jitter? Though the main programs i use for the actual drawing part both have smoothing built into the software (SAI and Clip Studio)

    Thanks in Advance
    Sierra
     
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