I'd be shopping the Panasonic Tough Notes. Listed at http://business.panasonic.com/toughpad/us/windows-tablet-fz-g1.html
The usual touch pens work with at.
But it blows your budget. Maybe what you found so far are best.
Isn't OneNote on Android now? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.microsoft.office.onenote&hl=en
This means you can shop the Android tablets too.
I'm trying to find a tablet solution for work. I do purchasing and manage a warehouse so I'm looking for a windows tablet (8 or 10 but I'd just be upgrading to 10) with stylus support. What I'd mostly be using it for is taking notes in one note. I take a lot of notes and often find myself digging through pages and it would be really convenient if I could just use ink to text so I can search older notes, as well as check lists/to do lists and some light excel usage for inventory.
Initially I was looking at 8" tablets as they'd be the easiest to carry around and possibly pocket (I intend to have it on me at all times so this size is most ideal but I do spend over half my day at a desk), the market appears to be somewhat bare (the best I've been able to find is the Envy 8 note for 336 on amazon). So I'm open to 10" options. I'd probably want to carry it in a bag at all times or something but I could make it work. Unless the Envy 8 note is really the best option for me? Does anyone have a tablet recommendation for this kind of use? I don't really want to spend more than $400 but I'm willing to go $500 and possibly even a little bit more if I have to. I also can return something and get back $350 if I had to, but I'd really rather not.