Go try each unit. Artists seem to be very picky here about what you noted plus pressure levels. So far if you find the maker used Wacom for the drawing system, artists seem fine with that.
There are too many models in the series you noted so I can't be specific and can't dig into a dozen models but will share what I've seen folk say about this before.
In this case, do not buy until you have tested it first hand or you have a full refund if unhappy such as Amazon Prime.
(First time here, sorry if I'm asking laptop Qs in tablet section.)
So, I'm wondering what laptop( or, a "drawing tablet") should I go with. Both has stylus, but samsung has emr, while lenovo is aes.
I've been drawing mostly on pencil + pen, and the only "drawing tablet" i have used was galaxy note 2. I mostly draw & sketch things like cars and buildings, and what I want to see is precise pointing and good tracking. (Slippery screen is actually fine, since I've been drawing with slippery pen for more than 2 years.)
I got bad taste for aes after the terrible adonit pixel, as it responsed so bad and the drawing point was in wrong place every time when I repositioned my hand.
Thx for anyone helping me to make a choice.