Windows Ink delivers an outstanding drawing and writing experience on many Windows devices, but they often don't come cheap. The Surface Pro, for example, starts at about $800, and that's without figuring in the price of the Surface Pen.
Windows Central forum member CrippsCorner recently created a thread asking for budget Windows Ink device recommendations.
CrippsCorner plans on buying a new computer and has a maximum budget of £450 (about $580 USD). They already own a Surface Pro without the Surface Pen, but buying a second one is out of the question due to the price.
Do you have a recommendation? If so, drop into the thread, read other replies — there are already some valuable answers — and share some advice.
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