Best Tablets with Stylus Pen (for Drawing & Writing)

Owning a tablet with a stylus can help in easing up your regular works. Drawing, sketching and writing are some tasks that benefit hugely with a stylus. Moreover, jotting down notes quickly, doodling random art and the overall UI experience just becomes more enjoyable with a stylus.  

But, buying a tablet with a stylus and not knowing properly about its performance and features can lead you towards a bad experience. So, which one should you buy? Let us turn to the topic quickly and see the tablets included in this list.

1. Microsoft Surface Pro 8: Best Windows Tablet

It is the best Windows tablet available in the market. It has a large screen size with a very bright 12.3” 10-point touch PixelSense display that produces vibrant colors, making the content viewing experience unmatchable. The colors on the screen pop up very brightly and are easily visible.

It also has an ambient lighting sensor that automatically adjusts. It comes with a kickstand which is at the back side, allowing you to adjust the viewing angle according to your comfortability.

It comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. It has an intel core i3 processor combined with a graphics card of intel itself. On regular usage, the battery can last up to 10 hours. The performance of the tablet is enhanced with the Windows 10 operating system.

Another critical point is that it has a bundle with a Surface Pen and a keyboard available in the box. The surface pen is very lightweight and does come with a palm rejection feature. Plus, the latency of the pen is very low, which makes the writing experience way better.

Various users on Amazon have posted their reviews about this tablet and are very happy by the experience it provides. According to them, the display quality is top notch with very good display angles, plus the speaker output is also good.

The performance is up to the mark with the Intel i3 processor and no lag is felt. The Windows OS along with the keyboard makes the experience like that of a laptop. The stylus response is too good.

While talking of the in hand feel, even if it comes with a metal body, the weight distribution is too good and does not feel heavy and is easily portable. Overall, the users are happy with their purchase.


ProcessorIntel core i3 10th Gen
OSWindows 10(Upgradable to Windows 11)
Storage128 GB SSD
Battery Life10.5 hours
Display12.3-inch PixelSense
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth
CamerasBack: 8 megapixels


  • Large 12.3-inch display.
  • Support of stylus and keyboard.
  • Good battery life.


  • Hefty metal body.
  • No front camera.
  • No availability of LTE connection.


2. iPad Pro: For the Apple Lovers

All of us are aware of the immense power which the iPad has. It can do all the work, be it professional or general, with great ease. With the addition of the new and powerful M1 chip, its processing power has highly increased.

It has a brilliant 12.9-inch Retina HDR display, and watching content on this display is a pure blessing. It also supports 5G and has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 6.0 connectivity. A full charge can last for about a whole day on normal usage, so no worries about discharging.

The combination of back cameras with the LiDAR sensor adds up to the vast use case of the iPad. The iPadOS works perfectly fine, and the processor-OS synchronization takes the user experience to the next level.

If we talk of the stylus, it does not come with any stylus in the box. You will have to buy the apple pencil or any other stylus on your own. But, if you use the apple pencil with it, you will be able to use various features that come with it.

Also, the apple pencil is very well made and provides very low latency, and the charging mechanism is effortless. It gets attached to the side of the iPad with the use of the magnet and gets charged automatically while in contact.

The speakers are also excellent and provide an excellent sound quality, and on combined with the display, it gives a very immersive experience. The in-hand feel of the iPad is very premium, and the metal build body provides a very sturdy grip.


ProcessorM1 Chip
SecurityFace ID
Storage512 GB
Battery Life10-12 hours
Display12.9-inch XDR Retina Display
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth, 5G
CamerasBack: 12 MP + 10 MP + LiDAR sensorFront: 12 MP


  • Faster processing speed.
  • Large, vibrant display with surround sound.
  • Good camera quality.


  • The stylus is not available in the box.
  • Very heavy to carry around.
  • Way too expensive.


3. Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+: Best Android Tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ is the best android tablet available in the market. It comes with a 12.4-inch large AMOLED screen that shows very vibrant and crisp colors and makes the content viewing experience very good.

It has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen1 processor, which provides the best performance. It has One-UI Tab 4, based on the latest Android 12, which offers the best user experience in an Android tablet when combined with the processor.

The two camera setups at the back and front provide a good overall photo and video quality. The metal body and the premium colors give a very premium in-hand experience.

While talking of the stylus, it does come with an S Pen in the box. The S Pen offers very low latency and comes with various pressure sensitivity levels that help in varying the thickness of the S Pen.

The S Pen can be wirelessly charged by attaching it to the magnet on the side of the tablet. The battery is massive and provides a full day of usage in normal circumstances. Plus, fast charging helps in charging the battery very rapidly.


ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1
OSOne UI Tab 4 based on Android 12
Storage128 GB
Battery Life10-12 hours
Display12.4 inch SuperAMOLED
ConnectivityWi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, 5G
CamerasBack: 13 MP + 6 MPFront: 12 MP


  • Bigger display with 120 Hz refresh rate.
  • The speakers are loud and crisp.
  • Availability of S Pen in the box.


  • Mediocre haptics.
  • Slightly on the expensive side as compared to other android tablets.


4. BOOX Nova Air: The E-ink Tablet

This tablet is the only e-ink tablet included in the ink. It comes with a 7.8-inch E-ink display with backlit screen and adjustable display brightness. Unlike all other e-ink tablets, it has a colourful screen and the colours look good.

It allows you to read different documents in a wide range of formats and you can also edit them simultaneously with the stylus which comes with the tablet. The response of the stylus is very good and is very easy to use.

Making notes or drawings and colouring them is very easy with the tablet. It has a decent battery that does not interrupt your working process. It also comes with a speaker, microphone, and a headphone jack too which helps you in listening to the audio books too.


ProcessorAdvanced Octa-core Processor
OSAndroid 11
Storage32 GB eMMC
Battery Life25 – 30 days(depending upon usage)
Display7.8-inch E-ink on cell Kaleido Plus Screen
Resolution468×624 (100 dpi colour) , 1404×1872 (300 dpi B/W)
ConnectivityWi-Fi , Bluetooth 5, 5G


  • Wide range of e-books supported.
  • The design is very good.
  • Fully Android tablet.


  • The E-ink is dimmer.
  • Magnet is not too strong, so the stylus falls off every now and then.


5. Lenovo – Tab P11 Plus: Best Budget Tablet

Pricing: $379.99

The Lenovo – Tab P11 Plus is one of the best budget tablets that supports a stylus. It has an 11-inch TDDI IPS touchscreen display with a 2K esolution. The display quality is above average, and the colors contrast is good. It shows natural colours to much extent.

It comes with MediaTek Helio G90T which is an above-average processor, and combining it with the UI never fails to deliver a good performance. It can carry out all the general work with great ease.

It has a four-speaker setup with Dolby Atmos support, which gives a very good overall experience. The back and the front have a single camera setup. The battery is huge and lasts for one whole day – 15 hours, on normal usage.

The tab also comes with a stylus and a keyboard too, and both of them work very precisely and smoothly on it. Various features such as palm rejection, pressure sensitivity, and others are also available. Talking about the build quality, it is good, and the in-hand feel of the tablet is good.

According to various users on Amazon, the display quality of the tablet is up to the mark and the colours are very punchy. Also, keeping it in mind that the tablet comes in the budget segment, it has a good performance and it does not lag much.

The stylus and keyboard response is also up to the mark and the battery life goes much beyond expectation. The only thing which needs to be improved is the photo and video quality.


ProcessorMediaTek Helio G90T
Storage128 GB
Battery Life15 hours (on normal usage)
Display11-inch 2K TDDI IPS
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth
CamerasBack: 13 MP


  • Lots of customization options.
  • Stylus and keyboard is included in the box.


  • Lags on heavy usage.
  • The camera output is not up to the mark.


How do I choose the best stylus?

To choose the best stylus, there are some things which you need to keep in your mind.

The first thing is the comfortability, i.e., you should check if the stylus is not too heavy and has grip so that it does not slip from your hand.

Second thing is latency. You must check the response time of the stylus so that you can easily see what you are writing on the tablet.

Third thing is the battery life. If the battey life of the stylus is not goof, you wilol need to charge it again and again, which will be too tiring.

What to look for before buying a good tablet?

The most important things to look for in the tablet, while you are planning to buy it are:

Processor and UI performance – as they are the ones which decide your user experience.

Display and Speakers – it is an important factor because the tablets have a large screen and a good quality display and audio output makes the experience much improved.

Stylus and keyboard support – these accessories help in the increase in the productivity while you are using the tablet.

Last but not the least, before confirming any tablet for buying, you must check the user reviews of the same laptop on the internet and make sure that it caters to all your needs and does not lag much.


The tablets mentioned above are suitable for anyone who is in need of tablets with a stylus. If budget is not a problem for you, then you can choose the iPad if you are an apple lover. Else if you do not want to go for the Android ones, you can choose the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+.

If you are a student and are low on budget, you can opt for the Lenovo Tab – P11 Plus, or even the BOOX Nova Air, according to your needs. And the last one, the Microsoft Surface Pro 8, which has Windows OS, is for those who want the interface just the same as any laptop, which will also work as a laptop for you.

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