This is my first post on this website so please bear with me.
I am an engineer/artist. I use an intuos 3 along with photoshop or gimp to create illustrations. I also use a lot of traditional art and scanning then digital inking.
What I desire most is an Android tablet that offers "low-temp" 7+ hours of operation, use with an application that uses full-color, layers, pressure-sensitivity, and a Wacom Penabled Digitizer pen. Such a combination does not exist. I called Wacom and they told me they're making no efforts to support Android OS.
So now the disappointed artist in me asks the engineer, "How do I get a solution?"
The answer, "make it myself!"
Combining a Wacom development sensor kit (http://www.wacom-components.com/prod.../developerKits), a 10.1" 3.1+ android tablet (Presumably Moto Xoom2), current Wacom-Android tablet designs (http://www.yankodesign.com/2011/02/2...ltitouch-wacom), and Android Driver development, I would create the ultimate mobile digital sketchbook.
What I'd like feedback on is whether or not this is worth pursuing. So far I think as an Android fan I'm going to be stuck with N-Trig and Lenovo-proprietary styli for quite a while if I don't attempt something myself.
TIA - Bram