Well it's time for me to do a review of the Wacom Cintiq Companion 2. I've had this gem of a device for about 9 months and really enjoy working on it. Drawing on this tablet is fun and semi-realistic thanks to the etched glass screen giving the pen some texture to drag across. Most tablets like the Surface Pro and iPad Pro have slick glass screens making illustrating feel weird. The pen that came with it is the standard Wacom pen that works on my Intruos Pro as well. The tablet runs Microsoft Windows so I'm able to run the full Adobe Creative Could software and anything else I would run on a desktop machine. Therefore, I'm able to work anywhere I want for several hours at a time without plugging into a power source. There's nothing quite like sitting in the park, enjoying the day and designing at the same time. As with most Wacom tablets, there are some programable buttons along the side which is very useful when I'm drawing in Adobe Photoshop so I don't have to use a keyboard. I purchased the Bluetooth keyboard, but there is a built in digital keyboard that pops up when ever you want to type something out or use keyboard shortcuts. This is very useful for ease of use when I'm sitting at a desk or table. I highly recommend this tablet to anyone who wishes they could work outside or away from their desk. The screen is large enough to see clearly, but small enough so you can actually hold it in your lap. Also, Wacom has recently introduced another full computer tablet called the MobileStudio Pro which comes in a larger 16 inch screen. If you have been thinking about a tablet look no further than Wacom for your needs. Even the Surface Pro PC is no match. The iPad Pro (which doesn't run Adobe Creative Cloud software) is weak in comparison for professional designers. What do you think about tablets? What's your opinion? Let me in the comments. Until next time... Bark, Bark!