I use a 700T, Note 10.1 and a Cintiq 21UX. Don't have time to draw that much. These Windows tablets are capable but only from an i5 and up. Don't even think about an i3 and stay far away from any 64gb tablet. There is absolutely no ways of running apps and Windows 8 on such a small hard drive. I upgraded straightaway to a 256gb HDD. My 700T is capable - I'm even doing my web design work on it together with the required photoshop editing. Am interested in getting the Surface Pro 4.
I've had my eye on the MS Surfaces, and I loved the idea of this new model, but I can't justify (or afford) $800 for a tablet. It's so weird how the touch technology went over the past few years. I have an HP tablet that came out just before the iPad craze, so the touch technology isn't good at all, but it had built-in Wacom digitizer! And I paid $500 for it! And it was a full laptop with keyboard and everything! Only downside is this laptop was from....6-7 years ago, so the CPU isn't super fast, and can only handle 4gb RAM max. I want them to have another go at this exact same product, but with today's technology! It would be amazing to have a convertible laptop with an upper end dual core CPU and 16gb RAM and a Wacom stylus for the screen!!
Wacom made pressure sensitive stylus for tablets if you are looking into using your tablet for painting, but the software you use have to be compatible with this specific stylus, several Apps do on iOS but I don't know about windows. Anyway, Its kinda intriguing why you didn't go with the wacom tablets (android or windows version) they are like a portable Cintiq, they are really expensive though, alot more than the average tablet. So the decision is totally understandable,