Using pen input on your computer has been something we've all been able to watch improve year after year, and recently it has become clear that the user who want to draw on their devices as a replacement for paper are finally getting options that serve their needs. Toshiba's new Wacom Active ES-ready Windows tablets are the next step in that direction, promising better control over the drawable space thanks to new hardware and software. It's hard to argue with the results we're seeing here at CES, and if you've been waiting for tech that legitimately feels like writing on the screen as though it were paper Wacom seems to have nailed it.

All you need now is to choose whether or not Toshiba's offering is for you, and for that you should check out our more detailed hands on.