Read full Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 review
Best Android Tablet for DrawingKey features:
- 12.2-inch, 2,560 x 1,600 LCD screen
- Exynos 5 Octa 5420 CPU
- S Pen digitiser stylus
Artists out there who want to get creative with a tablet need to make sure they get something with an active digitiser stylus. This technology has been around for years, since before modern tablets existed, but only a few of today's best slates actually use the tech.
The Note series of Samsung tablets is where to head to first, and the biggest of the lot at present is the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2
. You don’t get the AMOLED screen of Samsung’s latest top-end tablets, but the large display makes a great virtual canvas when you team it up with the S Pen stylus and something like Autodesk Sketchbook Pro, which comes preinstalled.
With a 12.2-inch screen and 750g body, it’s not the smallest or lightest tablet around, but the extra scribble space is worth it for art enthusiasts. If you want something a bit smaller, check out the Note 10.1
£349 (£649 at time of review) / $599