The Best All in One Drawing Tablets

The great thing about these all in one drawing tablets is how portable they are. Since they are full blow computers you can draw anywhere without being tethered to your home computer.

iPad Pro with Apple Pencil

I love drawing on the iPad Pro. Lightweight apps like Procreate make it fun to draw on. Astropad, another app, turns your iPad into a second screen for your Mac and lets you use your iPad like a Wacom Cintiq tablet and use desktop programs like Photoshop and Illustrator. And apps like the recently released Clip Studio and Affinity Photo show that we are starting to really get pro caliber apps on the iPad

table-price: $649 + See it on Amazon

Surface Pro

The Surface Pro has been one of my favorite devices to draw on. It's mobility is great, you can carry it around like a book or file folder but it's a full blown laptop with the keyboard cover. It's not the perfect drawing device but it's darn close.

table-price: $750 + See it on Amazon

Wacom Mobile Studio Pro

the Mobile Studio Pro is pretty heavy and doesn't have a really great battery but boy is it fun to draw on. It can also be attached to a computer and be used as a standard screen based drawing tablet

table-price: $1799.99 + See it on Amazon

Surface Book

The Surface book uses the same drawing technology as the Surface pro, in fact the pens are interchangeable. It feels good to draw on but I like the Surface Pro's form factor a little better for illustration.

table-price: $899.99 + See it on Amazon

Samsung Galaxy Book

This is Samsung's answer to the Surface Pro. I've heard good things. I havn't had the chance to review on yet.

table-price: $579.99 + See it on Amazon

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