There are plenty of concise video reviews of tablets online--but few of them describe specifically what it's like for an industrial designer to use them. Of the three big dogs in the fight, the iPad Pro, Microsoft's Surface Pro and Wacom's Cintiq Companion, ID'ers among you are probably wondering which will best suit your workflow.
ID sketchers will want to know: What are the practical differences between the three? Which has the best pressure sensitivity? How do the styluses stack up? How quickly and intuitively can you access the all-important eraser? How's the palm rejection on each? Which one is easy to hold, which one gets hot? What feels more like drawing on paper versus drawing on glass?
The perfect man to answer these questions is Sketch-A-Day's Spencer Nugent. Luckily for us he's got all three tablets, and took the time to demonstrate the pluses and minuses of each. To truly address the concerns that a working industrial designer would have takes time, so this isn't a short video, but it is highly informative. Take it away, Spencer: