I am researching active stylus touchscreen options and think I have a comprehensive list: Wacom, Apple Pencil, Dell Canvas, Microsoft Surface. Are there any that I'm missing?
Although I'm not exactly a graphic designer, my job requires me to draw most of the day (think CAD, hand drawn maps and cross sections). In light of my industry not currently using touchscreens, I am curious if there is a preferred touchscreen for drawing among graphic designers?
I was looking for an active stylus touchscreen with excellent palm rejection, pin point accuracy, large size ~35", stand-alone monitor (no attached tablet-computer) with cost almost a non-issue. The Wacom Cintiq Pro 32 seems to be the best option but perhaps I've missed something?
Thanks in advance for any help!