I really want a drawing tablet with a display. So far I've looked at the iPad Pro and Cintiq models. But I keep getting caught up in reading reviews, articles, blogs, etc., about each product that I keep forgetting to think back to core of what I'm looking for. I wish there was a person who knew everything about every product I could chat with, but a design forum is probably the closest I will get. I would be using the tablet for mainly sketching, illustrating, graphic design, and MAYBE animation. Here is a list of capabilities I'm looking for in a tablet (having no experience. Some of them might not even exist). (Features of high importance to me **)
** Display tablet (visual screen built in)
** Accurate touch point with virtually no lag
** Wide scope of pressure sensitivity
** Wireless capabilities (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, power. For sending files to my computer, working remotely without a power source, etc.)
** High definition, retina display, etc.
** Work directly in my Adobe programs (Photoshop and Illustrator at the LEAST. I also use InDesign, After Effects, and Flash)
* Use the tablet for other things, browsing web, games, Netflix, etc. (probably only iPad, huh?)
* Hook up with keyboard (I'm just thinking about shortcuts while using Adobe)
* Touch capabilities (I like the idea that I could move around the screen with my fingers, zoom, in, etc. I watched some videos on Cintiq and iPad Pro, and this would be amazing. But since I've never used a drawing tablet, I'm not sure how much of a pain not having it would be)
Ability to use as a mouse (I love using the Wacom Intuos. It would be nice to have the choice of working solely within my tablet, or on my MacBook while using my tablet as a mouse)
Screen protector that fits? For protection and maybe give it that rougher paper texture
Save files directly to the device
I know that this list is kind of insane, but I know I'm going to spend a pretty penny on this device and I want to make sure all (or most) of my needs are met. I'll probably go to Best Buy to try some tablets out and talk to someone who knows a little bit about what I need, but I'd rather here opinions from people in my field or any design-related field who has experience using tablets.