Scribbler 3100 has a wide angle screen. You can read it even when flat or from an angle. The 12" screen is nice and the battery lasts longer than any other TPC. The one I am using is a 1.6 CPU with 1256 Ram. The HW is extremely responsive with this much ram and seems to be more accurate. I don't know that RAM has anything to do with "Accuracy?" Bottom line is that for a "traveling," tablet, this could be your ticket, if you are willing to buy an expensive book.quote:Originally posted by wioombeen
I have been using the cintiq 18x for some time now and really want
to purchase a pc tablet for traveling. From reading it seems maybe the scribbler is my best bet. Anyone agree or disagree? And if so what do you suggest and why? I use my cintiq primarily for painter and alias sketch book pro. So i am looking for a tablet pc that uses the wacom certified technology. Thanks for any help anyone can offer.