The current crop of touchscreen tablets may not have active digitizers for precise pen input, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use them to product art. YouTube user sunguckim says he has a $2000 Wacom Cintiq drawing tablet and a $500 Asus Eee PC T101MT tablet-style netbook. While he admits the Cintiq provides a better experience for sketching, he says the Eee PC T101MT is “70% quality of Cintiq.”
He says there’s a bit of delay and it’s not very precise. But it’s cheaper and… well, it’s cheaper.
So while the Asus Eee PC T101MT may not get a lot of respect from netbook and tablet reviewers, it looks like it could serve niche markets such as artists on a budget.
You can check out a sketching demo video after the break. The Asus Eee PC T101MT is available from Buy.com for $483 plus free shipping.
via Eee PC.it