The beauty of the PC ecosystem is that there's so much to choose from, whether you're looking for something super expensive and high performance, or something low-cost and low-powered. Whatever it is you're looking for, there's always an option specifically for you.
As such, we want to know what your best picks are for sub-$700 PCs that are great for Windows Ink. These devices must include pen support, and specifications good enough to work with apps like Photoshop. We recommend a device with at least 4GB and an Intel Core i5 processor.
There are many devices that fit in this range, including several from Dell and HP. You could even buy an older Surface Pro 4 device for less than $700 these days, which gives you the best form-factor for Windows Ink, plus a high-quality display and the best pen-support around. Sometimes the newest Surface Pro is available for less than $700 too if you look hard enough.
So, let us know in our forums your picks for great sub-$700 PCs with Windows Ink support. If you're looking for PCs with Windows Ink that are a little more expensive, make sure you check out our best PC laptops with Windows Ink article.
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