If you do want a new graphics tablet for drawing I would say stay clear of Wacom. You are paying way over the odds for the brand. For years they were the goto brand, nothing came close. Today it's not the case, Huion or XP-Pen (Both easily available on Amazon, loads of models for various budgets) do the same job, often better for much less cost. They still work with the same software that the Wacom will. Youtube is a great place to look for reviews.
It was the only place that buy these drawing pads. I sold it really cheaply but it was unused and brand new. They resell them at reasonable prices and they had loads of models. Next best place I saw these tablets on sale were Amazon when I was looking around to see how much the tablet was worth.
Didn't think of looking there
hubby got given one and we didn't need it so i sold it to CEX. they seem to have loads so maybe try them? i know they are second hand but you can get different grades of second hand.
tbh its my daughters that are the artists. They both seem happy to use their laptops (hp elite x2's) I cant remember exactly which model wacom but it was one that is sold as a business note taking product but can also be used for drawing - it was the wacom DTU range - I'd need to ring daughter to find exact model. It isnt the greatest but it was the cheapest I'd ever seen a wacom with draw on screen.