When you team the best laptops for drawing and sketching with the best stylus, it feels a lot like making marks on paper, but with the benefit of working in digital. Many also have 360-degree hinges or detachable screens, allowing you can use them like a tablet when that suits. 

We’ve put our experts to work, testing and reviewing a range of the best devices, in order to pick out the very best laptops for drawing. We’ve standard benchmark tests to test them scientifically, as well as actually drawing on each device using different software, to find out what it’s like in practice. 

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In our tests, both screens performed well, displaying 97% of sRGB, 73% of Adobe RGB and 72% of the P3 colour gamuts. They hit 395 nits of brightness at 100%, and provided all the sharpness and saturation you expect from OLED.