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    Convertible laptop, tablet PC and other pen-enabled device list

    Here you can find a summarize about various devices that can help artist who search for a mobile work station with a pen enabled display.
    These devices are all-in-one (you don't need a desktop to use them or a separate screen) and can be easily portable.

    If you used some of these or other that are not listed, please share your experience and opinion ! Devices that are not listed will be added to complete the list as soon as possible.
    They are listed by screen size, then by processor/ram power. Hope that help you

    Edit : I added some reviews founded on the web, most of them are coming from http://www.mobiletechreview.com because they focus a lot on devices with pen and capacitive screens. If you know some others good sites with serious reviews about tablet PC, please let us know.
    If you are searching for some more precise/technicals informations, this website have a very good forums about it : http://www.tabletpcreview.com/


    Windows 7 - 8 (32 and 64 bits)

    Laptops/convertible type (screen and keyboard can't be separated) :


    - Fujitsu LifeBook T902 2200$
    13.3 inch, 1600 x 900, touch-pad, Wacom
    i5 or i7 core, 16 gb RAM, fast SATA or SSD hard disk


    - Asus Taichi 31 1300$ to 1600$
    13.3 inch, 10 point touch-screen, 1920 x 1080 IPS, N-Trig
    i5 or i7 core, 4 gb RAM, SSD hard disk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmpNYWEz-Bw

    - Sony Vaio Duo 13 1400$ to 2700$ depend on the configuration you buy
    13.3 inch, 10 point touch-screen, 1920 x 1080 IPS, N-Trig
    i5 or i7, 4, 6 or 8 gb RAM, SSD hard disk

    note : this one according on review seems to have really good battery life
    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...aio-Duo-13.htm

    - Lenovo ThinkPad x230t 1300$ to 1500$
    12.5 inch, touch-screen, 1366 x 768, Wacom
    i5 or i7, 4 to 16 gb RAM, fast SATA or SSD


    - HP EliteBook 2740p -didn't find the price
    12.1 inch, touch-screen, 1280 x 800, Wacom
    i5 Core, 4 to 8 gb RAM, SATA hard drive


    - Sony Vaio Duo 11 1500$ to 1800$
    11.6 inch, 10 point touch-screen, 1920 x 1080 IPS, N-Trig
    i5 or i7, 4, 6 or 8 gb RAM, SSD hard disk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8Zlwa-rpbI
    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...aio-Duo-11.htm

    - Asus Taichi 21 1300$ to 1600$
    11.6 inch, 10 point touch-screen, 1920 x 1080 IPS, N-Trig
    i5 or i7 core, 4 gb RAM, SSD hard disk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmpNYWEz-Bw


    **** Old generation (can be found refurbished) ****

    - Toshiba Tecra M7
    14.1 inch, 1,440 x 900, Wacom, touch-pad
    Intel Core Duo, 512 mo RAM, SATA Hard Drive

    review here : http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/lapto...#ixzz2Mfzp5thP

    - HP EliteBook 2730p arround 500$ refurbished, 250$ used
    12.1 inch, 1280 x 800, Wacom, touch-pad
    Intel Core 2 Duo, 3 to 8 gb RAM, SATA Hard Drive


    - Lenovo ThinkPad X200 arround 500$ refurbished, 250$ used
    12.1 inch, 1280 x 800, touch-screen, Wacom
    Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 gb RAM, SATA Hard Disk


    - HP Compaq 2710p arround 150$ used
    12.1 inch, 1280 x 800, wacom, touch-pad
    Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 to 4 gb RAM, SATA Hard Drive


    - Lenovo ThinkPad x61t arround 500 refurbished, 200$ used
    12.1 inch, touch-screen possible, 1024 x 768, Wacom
    Intel Core 2 duo, 1 to 4 gb RAM, ?? Hard disk


    - Fujitsu Siemens Lifebook T4420 arround 200$ used
    12.1 inch, 1024 x 768, Wacom
    Intel Core 2 duo, 1 to 4 gb RAM, SATA Hard disk

    Tablet PC (Screen alone or can be separated from keyboard) :

    - Motion J3600 didn't find the price
    12.1 inch, dual touch screen, wacom
    i5 or i7 core, 2 to 16 go RAM, SSD hard disk


    - Samsung 700T ativ pro 1200$ - 1300$
    11.6 inch, 1920 x 1080, multi touch-screen, wacom
    i5 core, 4 gb RAM, SSD hard disk

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...-ATIV-700T.htm
    (note : the keyboard disconnection is no more existing, it was an early issue from first batch of tablets they released)

    - Lenovo Thinkpad Helix price tag depend on the spec you choose, from 1300 $ to 1600 $
    11.6 inch, 1920 x 1080, multi touch-screen, trackpad + touchpad, wacom
    i5 core, 4 gb RAM, 128 SSD hard disk // OR // i7 core, 8 gb RAM, 180 SSD hard disk

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...kPad-Helix.htm

    - Microsoft Surface Pro 1000$ - 1200$
    10.6 inch, 1920 x 1080, multi touch-screen, wacomicrosoft
    i5 core, 4 gb RAM, SSD Hard Disk

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...urface-Pro.htm
    note : the wintab drivers issue is no more existing, Wacom released a new drivers making the Surface Pro working with all applications now !

    **** previous generation ****

    - Asus EEE pad 121 slate arround 800$ or 500$ used
    12.1 inch, 1280 x 800, touch-screen, wacom
    i5 core, 2 to 4 gb RAM, SATA Hard Disk

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...-Eee-Slate.htm

    - Motion J3400 didn't find the price
    12.1 inch, dual touch screen, wacom
    Intel core 2 Duo, 2 to 4 go RAM, SSD hard disk


    - Samsung 7 series 1100$ new or arround 700$ used
    11.6 inch, 1280 x 800, touch-screen, wacom
    i5 core, 4 gb RAM, SATA Hard Disk

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...es-7-Slate.htm

    **** Old generation (can be found refurbished) ****

    - Motion computing LE1700 400 $ or less
    12.1 inch, Wacom
    Intel duo core, 2 to 4 gb RAM, HDD Hard Disk, support SATA


    - Motion computing LE1600 300 $ or less
    12.1 inch, Wacom
    Single core, 2 gb RAM, HDD Hard Disk
    **** curent generation atom core ****

    - Samsung 500T ativ 650$ - 550$
    11.6 inch, 1366 x 768, multi touch-screen, wacom
    Intel Atom core, 2 gb RAM, SSD

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...-ATIV-500t.htm

    - Asus Vivo Tab 810t 800$
    11.6 inch, 1366 x 768, multi touch-screen, wacom
    Intel Atom core, 2 gb RAM, SSD

    This one seems to be discontinued ?

    - Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 680$ to 950$
    10.1 inch, 1366 x 768 IPS display, 5 point multi-touch screen, wacom
    Intel Atom 1.8GHz dual core CPU,2 gb DDR2 RAM

    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/note...d-Tablet-2.htm

    Tablet (Android) :

    Android :

    - Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 450$
    10.1 inch, wacom stylus
    Find a review here : http://www.mobiletechreview.com/tabl...-Note-10-1.htm

    - Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 499$
    10.1 inch, N-Trig stylus
    - HTC Jetstream
    10.1 inch, N-Trig HTC Scribe Stylus 500 - 300$

    - Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 399$
    8 inch, wacom stylus
    Some concetart users give their opinion about it ! http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=270560

    - Samsung Galaxy Note II (Smartphone) 650$
    5.5 inch, wacom stylus
    - Samsung Galaxy Note (Smartphone) 500$
    5.3 inch, wacom stylus

    iOS :

    iPad + Jaja stylus or Jot Touch stylus

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    I would like to quote andya147 for the useful opinion he gave about some of these devices :

    Quote Originally Posted by andya147
    having had all the tablets and convertible laptops here is my take on it all..first of all I think they should make a similar spec to the sony duo 11 but with a touchpad and a 12 or 13 inch screen ..that would be perfect ..and why use 1080p screens on such small screens is beyond me ..yes if it is 13inch cool but not on a 10.6inch surface pro ..here are my favourite machines in order ..there is no perfect machine yet ..

    Fujitsu LifeBook T902 (powerful 16gb ram ssd hard disk ,i5 or i7 ..1600x900 screen which is perfect,,fantastic accuracy with the Wacom
    cons ...a little bit thick and a lot of money .

    Lenovo x230t (love this machine 16gb ram fast sata 6gb ssd i7 or i5 touch and pen screen .nice to hold and doesn't get hot ..
    cons ..backlight bleed ..pen accuracy around the edges,,,but with the new Wacom drivers things are much much better..

    sony duo 11 (nice design great screen good keyboard..accurate pen and good touch
    cons ..no pen holder ..limited to what config you buy ,so if you get 4gb ram you cant upgrade ony goes to 8gb ram ..windows 8 which I cant stand ,no touch pad 11.6inch screen with 1080p res hard to work with ..ok for sketching but for serious work not the size I would want to use all day ..really need the extended battery with pen holder ..then you will get around 10hours ..it will cost you though .. expensive for what it is n-trig instead of Wacom

    Samsung slate 7 (lovely screen good pen accuracy .nice feel when holding it ..light. i5 4gb ram
    cons .....can get a tiny bit warm and throttles the cpu so you need a firmware update to stop this
    battery life only 4gb ran not upgradable

    surface pro (great idea.fast .nice design
    cons ... 10.6 inch screen with a 1080p display is just to small to do any serious work ..gets very hot ..no pressure in photoshop ..may come in time ..if they had the price point a bit lower I think they would do ok ,,but you can get better for less

    motion j3400 (great machine ..hotswappable batterys ..very very accurate Wacom ..great screen is you opt for the outdoor one
    cons ... 4gb ram limit dual core cpu ..so for sketching superb for anything serious the ram will cause problems


    ive got a lot more machines but I will some it up

    Lenovo x230t even though it has a few problems like backlight bleed is superb for drawing and doing 3d work ..I actually think it will take 32gb ram but this has not yet been confirmed ..with a i7 or even the superb i5 and 16gb ram and a 512gb ssd this thing smokes ..the fugi t902 is better built and is better in my opinion but is far more money that the x230t ...so my vote at the moment would be the x230t


    now for sketching and simple drawing on the move etc I would go either

    ipad 4 also get a jaja stylus or a jot touch ..they work really well .to me all apple stuff is overpriced but there is a lot of versatility with the ipad
    Microsoft surface pro heat is my biggest concern with drawing for hours
    Samsung ATIV Smart PC Pro a bit overpriced
    Samsung slate 7 because the price at the moment is good for then

    to me the most important part is the screen I feel 13.3 inch is nearly perfect but it needs to be in a light body and also have a i7 chip with lots of ram ...maybe this year things will start getting thinner and lighter

    if im lying in bed the x230t to me feels the most comfy ..then I would say the sony duo 11

    the fugi t902 is the best out of all of them but you pay the price

    I have to say that most things older to me are allways better made ..in this climate we are in its about profit and not quality ..I have a motion 1600 and 1700 from when they first came out and they are still working as if they were new on day 1 ..that's how well made they are..nowadays lower quality parts and more profit ...if you cant afford the x230t or fugi as kt mentioned there are some good bargains to be had but as with anything there are limitations


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    Thanks a lot Griffonnage for this great overview and for keeping it updated in the future!
    This is defenitely one of th emost discussed topics lately.
    I can also add some informations here.

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    Lenovo X200 Tablet (Pen Only - no touch, Superbright Display - 200nit)
    Intel Core 2 Duo @ 1,8ghz
    4GB Ram
    Intel HD graphics
    SSD harddrive


    I've been using the x200t for over half a year now and it works really great for my use. I mainly use it for speedpaintings on the go as well as sketching in my bed, haha.
    I bought it used online in a very good condition. One of the best things is that it has the "Superbright Display" with 200Nits (there are also models with an outdoor display, but they are very rare). This way I can also use it in sunlight. It's still not the beeeeeest experience, but still a lot better than most displays.
    Beside of that I also put a fast SSD drive from samsung into it and with this change it really turned into a small beast.
    Boots up during 30 seconds and shuts down during a few seconds, which makes it very easy to use on the go.
    Overall I really like it.

    Pros:
    - nice bright 200nit display (depends on the model you buy)
    - quite fast with a SSD - works great with Photoshop!
    - ram upgradable to 8gb if needed
    - very cheap if you buy a used one
    - good battery time (you can buy 8 cell batteries)

    Cons:
    - Pen accuracy drops in the corner of the display (offset of a few 3-5mm pen-courser)
    - not very light because it's a convertible (but very good grip with the longer 8 cell battery)
    - old and only used available


    If someone wants more informations then feel free to ask questions.

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    thx griff for the kind words..here is one that can be had very very cheap and the specs are good ,,infact I don't no any other convertible that has a
    14.1in screen with a resolution of 1,440 x 900 pixels

    Read more: Toshiba Tecra M7 review | PC Pro http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/lapto...#ixzz2Mfzp5thP

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    i wonder this three fujitsu T4220,Thinkpadx200 and X61 which is the better ?

    at my country i have found some selling t4220 more cheaper than x200

    can T4420 using SSD hardisk ?

    is there anyone wanna sell they tablet ?

    im looking for T4410 & T5010

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    I can only speak for the x200 and the x61.
    The x61 is the older model of the thinkpad x-tablet series and so it has worse hardware.
    If you need the device just for sketching, then the X61 would still be enough I think.
    The good thing that comes with the x61 is the display ratio. It has a good old 4:3 screen which basically means that you can also work with the device in portrait mode.

    The x200t has better hardware but also a 16:9 (or 16:10 don't know) screen which basically means that the landscape mode is the only mode that feels comfortable to work with.
    In portrait mode you just don't have enough width.

    So basically it's up toy our needs.

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    so seem the x200 is better choice ....thx Nemome

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    ah...the x61 Tablet PC....my 2nd Tablet PC and one of my favs. I snagged one cheap years back when Lenovo was discontinuing the x61 line. Performed admirably for years, but since it was rather cheaply purchased...I didn't have much say in screen quality. It was the dim 200 Nit screen...and was really bad with colors. Additionally it was hard to use during the day...even indoors....nearby sunlight from a window or even overhead lighting would cause issues. However it worked great with Photoshop CS4. Its Core2duo was more then adequate for all of my art needs at the time and with the 8 cell battery I got 3-4 hours easy.

    However...the screen was becoming more and more a serious problem as my art skills improved... so I purchased a Asus Ep121 because it was supposed to have a better screen. It did....with blacks and dark colors anyway...but the light colors were kind of muted. That was in general a godawful tablet in hindsight.

    I was also noticeing some performance issues on the ep121....so I did a Handbrake performance test between the Lenovo x61, (1.6 ghz Core2duo), a Macbook Pro (2.2 ghz Core2duo) and the Ep121 (1.3 ghz Core i5 with turbo boosting to 1.8 ghz)

    The full voltage Macbook Pro practically lapped both the x61 and ep121. But given the Ep121's newer hardware and turbo boosting...I was very surprised to see that my x61 still outperformed the ep121 by a few minutes. Just because a Tablet has an older processor....doesn't mean its bad.

    I also want to point out another little thing about the x61 ...minor to some...but also a HUGE benefit to others....much like the Motion Computing Slates....the x61 Tablet had a Programmable direction pad...which basically gave you 5 express keys. Which for a program like photoshop was a godsend.

    Sadly with the x200 line and on...Lenovo got rid of the direction pad

    You can jury rig some of the remaining bezel and hardware buttons into acting as express keys....but its it really no substitute for that little d-pad.

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    Hi to all! Very interesting thread, expecially for someone like me that is considering to buy a tablet for drawing.
    Has anyone tried the new Asus VivoTab Smart?
    http://www.asus.com/Tablets_Mobile/ASUS_VivoTab_Smart/
    It looks an interesting solution, expecially for the price and the fact it runs Win8
    Maybe the Atom processor is too slow for painting applications?
    Thank you all in advance!

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    I use a Fujitsu T902 daily. It destroys all things. It is the bad@$$ tabletPC to end all tabletPCs.
    powerful, nice big screen, use it with a laptop stand for ergonomics and juiced it up with 16 gigs of ram, 512 gig SSD, and the i7 3520m cpu. It blazes circles around my previous desktop without even trying.

    I even play games like Skyrim on it (at low settings) and it makes digital art so much more fun than it already is. Oil painting in Artrage on my couch, digitally painting the people around me in a coffee shop... this thing is king of the hill right now.

    Rumor of course is Wacom is releasing their own finally. Curious to see if it can trump the specs on the T902.

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    stonemaster thx for ur comment....
    i really like the fujitsu T series but T902 are so pricy,
    i cant beliveit u boost it up to 16g ram hohoho ==
    btw how many hrs ur battery can last ?

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    I have 2 batteries in it (modular bay battery accesory I added for $120 at purchase)

    8-10 hours on powersavings settings

    3 hours intense gaming on high performance settings (the lowest possible amount of hours it will last)

    5-6.5 hours average of photoshop and Flash work on balanced settings.


    Because I custom built mine with i7, it cost $2300 all in, plus I bought my own 512 SSD and 16 gigs ram bumping total cost with taxes shipping and everything to a grand total of $3100!!! eep. BUt totally worth it. I work on it everyday, so it pays for itself.

    A cheaper alternative that can have the exact same power and performance is the Lenovo X230t. You can put 16 gigs ram and any SSD you want in it. It has the same full voltage processor options, and can have an additional splice battery added for similar battery life. It just has a smaller and lower resolution screen with a slightly worse edge accuracy... The screen the HD+ 13.3" IPS screen is what sets T902 apart.

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    Might want to update the Surface Pro entry now that it has the wintab drivers...

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    Thanks Griffman, I updated the post to erase the warning about Surface Pro drivers Good news they finally find a solution !

    edit : added some new tablets to the list, still pretty hard to find some good video as exemple...

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    Just stumbled across VivoTab Note 8. Looks pretty nice to me!

    http://www.asus.com/Tablets_Mobile/A...b_Note_8_M80TA

    8 inch IPS display, Wacom stylus, quadcore Atom processor, 2 gigs of memory, approx 8 hours on battery. Runs full Windows 8.
    Costs 420 US dollars where I live.

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    I just got the VivoTab Note 8....so far I'm really liking it....its not perfect...there are some flaws...but for the $300 the Microsoft Store is selling it, its well worth the price. Usually you only find Tablet PCs that cheap used and refurbished off ebay...so the $300 for Full Windows 8.1, Wacom, & Baytrail....cheaper then an Ipad Mini...Its worth it.

    One issue though...the Wacom Feel It Driver flips the X/Y Axis of the pen cursor making Wintab reliant programs more or less useless. So Photoshop, Painter, & Sai won't work, but Artrage, Sketchbook pro, & Manga Studio (set to Tablet PC) all work great.

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    darkmagistric: How long does it live without charger? Does it run Photoshop without notable lags? Id'd like to take it to school and paint on breaks (and lessons, ha!) and this tablet looks exactly what I need.

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    I haven't had the chance to test out how long the battery lasts...I used it on and off over the course of a whole day and had 30% battery left...I would put that usage at 5-6 hours total....but I haven't had the chance to use it in one long sitting. Once I can take it to a life drawing class, I should be able to give a better estimate.

    As far as photoshop....uh....given the Axis problem...its kind of unusable....its looks like it can run the brush engine lag free...but until the axis problem is resolved....don't expect to use Photoshop on the this tablet yet.

    I made a thread specifically dedicated to art uses of the Note 8 on the Tablet PC Review forum, I'd recommend checking that out.
    http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/asus...-note-8-a.html

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    Thanks man! Already found you there earlier and posted same questions there Sorry for double post, it wasn't showing for some time without admin's spamcheck.

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    windows rt (microsoft surface non pro) has no pen support. only the surface pro with the standard edition of windows 8 has pen support.

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    Thanks for the note, I corrected.

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