Hi, Andrew here. I don't have AstroPad yet, but I have been betting the farm on it. My iPad Air is starting to feel like it needs to be replaced. So, I decided to sell that Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid that I hardly ever used and start saving up for an iPad Pro.
I wanted a solution like AstroPad originally, but I guess you guys were not out yet. So, I took the plunge last January and bought the Wacom. But, the tangle of wires, the weight of it, it just never felt right. It felt clunky to me. So, I didn't use it much and couldn't justify keeping it when I was beginning to think of an iPad Pro and AstroPad.
So, can you throw me a bone and tell me more about what I may expect? Have you had your hands on a Pro yet? Since it has a different type of screen already supporting a stylus, can we expect greater precision than AstroPad with previous iPad models? With a wireless or single cable connection that also powers the iPad, I fully expect it to be less clunky. But will the speed and accuracy match that of a Wacom?