Drawing tablets such as those from Wacom allow artists to create beautiful digital art using the skills they have honed in physical media for years. Now, with its Apple Pencil and the latest generation of iPads, Apple wants to offer the same functions in a universal tablet for everyone. But is it the job?
For this comparison we look at two broad categories of devices: iPads and special drawing tablets. Each category offers a lot of nuance. Apple has the iPad Pro, which starts at $ 800, all the way to the iPad mini for half the price, but with fewer features.
In the meantime, companies such as Wacom are turning smaller drawing tablets that you connect to an external computer into fully-fledged Windows 1
We will not delve into the details of every model. Instead, we will extensively review the features that a professional looks for in a drawing tablet and compare them to Apple's iPad line. Let's dive into it.