Thanks for the update, Mieke. The problem is I can't seem to justify the expense and weight over a paper tablet and pencil. Especially since the latter are very seldom stolen and also don't require batteries. However, I keep an open mind about this sort of thing, and do wish there was a laptop that really performed more like an Intuos.
The intuos is “just” a tablet that you can use as input device. It works as a mouse but with a pen instead of the mouse. It is not a stand alone. The cintiq is a monitor on which you have the ability to draw with the same sensitivity as the intuos. I also have a tabletpc
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