Laptop style tablet with drawing capabilities?

My daughter will be graduating high school next month. Her gift is to be a tablet (for drawing/art) that has the capabilities of a full-size laptop (DVD/CD/keyboard). I have one of the original Asus convertible laptop/tablets, with the screen that turns around and lays down for tablet use. It's more than outdated and weighs a lot.

I've been searching for a month, but haven't been able to find one that has everything I'm looking for. Does anyone know of any tablet/laptops with screens larger than 10" that can do everything I'm looking for?

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I strongly suggest you don't do that.

While you can get touch screens the tablet wars are just starting. Why not what we all use? (hint: Wacom)

The Cintiq 21UX LCD tablet is used by many top notch artists.

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Knowing the alternatives

She already has an add-on (21") drawing pad for her PC. Not practical to haul around from class to class in college.

If there isn't what I'm looking for available, there isn't.

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Let's tackle this the other way.

What's made that is under consideration?

I found zero laptops that would have the features an artist would want in a touch screen so far. (resistive screen for accuracy, pressure sensitive for effect, etc.)

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