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^ pressure sensitivity is pretty important. I wouldn't recommend one if those rubber nub styles. There are a few android tablets with a Wacom digitizer in them or similar. Samsung s-pen is Wacom tech, I believe. The 9.7" Tab A from a few years ago had a good pen.
Any new iPad is great with the Apple pencil.
If you want to go budget, get a used Wacom Intuos 3 and hook it to a PC laptop or better yet a desktop. I think drivers for intuos 3 no longer work on Mac but I still use one of these with my laptop. The laptop (Lenovo yoga 14") has a Wacom pen built in but I find the external tablet works better given the small screen area. This gives you a huge suite of software to paint in.