Drawing Tablet Or Draw On An Android Tablet?

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  1. guhong

    guhong Junior Member

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    Hello Guys,

    I'm really conflicted here. and I can't seem to find any answers anywhere....

    I don't know whether I should buy an official drawing tablet...or if I should buy this one Android tablet that I've wanted for a long time and just draw on that.

    I'm thinking about the Samsung Galaxy Note . And it has some good drawing apps on it and the S pen would be nice... I just wanted to know if anyone else had experience with doing this, and if so, how do you like it?

    Of course, I wouldn't use the Samsung tablet just for drawing...but I don't know if I'm willing to buy an actual drawing tablet...I don't know if I'm dedicated enough.

    I heard that XP-Pen Deco Pro Drawing Tablet supports connection with Android 6.0 and above devices . Does anybody have experience with it .

    Deco Pro Professional Series Android Graphic Drawing tablet|XP-PEN

    Just...what do you think?
     
  2. Traveller

    Traveller Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I wasn't aware the Galaxy Note was available as a tablet. If we're talking about the PHONE, it will work for drawing as it has a Wacom digitizer with multiple levels of pressure sensitivity. However, the screen size will be a drawback. You would have to adjust your drawing style to fit. Most of Samsung's products only have a standard digitizer, which works well for recognizing finger touches and perhaps a signature, but isn't well suited for drawing.

    Get the right tool for the job. Get the drawing tablet.
     

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