For those looking to do some readlines in Bluebean Revu, sketch on a blank canvas, or to embellish a rendered iamge in Photoshop, the Canvas is worth a look.
This is more of an "at your desk" tool, and not necessarily something you would haul around with you, given its size. But I imagine the large drawing area is what most would like about this particular product.
As a test, I opened...
an Enscape rendered image in Adobe Photoshop -- most drawing hardware has direct support for Photoshop. The pen is pressure sensitive and the puck (totem?) provides instant access to brush size. style, color... without any training. In the image below, I just pressed the puck to open an on-screen menu to see the pen/brush related options.
The next image highlights the sketching I did in just the first 15 minutes of learning to use the tool. Not too fancy, but pretty nice effect for a first attempt.
Here is a link to the product specs: Dell Canvas 27
I did also create a sketch from a blank canvas, but it was too embarrassing to share! BTW, did you know I have written two books on hand sketching: