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  1. I think I saw that too, and I don't think you need to be a mathematician at all. It's a lot like other skills, you get faster/better over time. It is a really cool way of controlling a 3d printer, and it gives you a lot more control. However, if that method is too advanced for you, there are a lot of free and great slicer softwares out there that can do most anything you would normally need/want.
  2. I would still love to use a stylus to sculpt on the laptop, and I totally get what you mean about hotkeys; I don't know if I'd be able to use my workflow without them. With that being said, I do have a small cheap drawing tablet so I'll probably stick with that for the time being. I already took a look at the Wacom device, and it's definitely out of my price budget, especially for the hardware that's inside, so I'm in total agreement there. If the surface pro really isn't all that great for drawing/sculpting then I'll probably forgo the touchscreen and go with something a bit cheaper to use th
  3. Budget (including currency): $600-$1500 Country: United States Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Blender Modeling/Sculpting (no rendering), Light gaming, 3d Print slicing, and Writing research papers for college. It must be mobile, but doesn't need to have stellar battery life or anything. I'm currently working on a windows 10 desktop that has a core i9 10850k, 32gb ddr4 ram, Nvidia Quadro RTX 4000, and 2tb of M.2 NVME SSD storage. This system is used as my main work-horse for 3d modeling, rendering, 3d printing, animation, and gaming. I also have an