I can't name anything that'll suit your needs, but I will question them.
I have an Wacom Intuos 5 (now called pro) small tablet (https://www.amazon.c...0/dp/B0076HMDQO).
The included stylus for these have an "eraser" end on them, but tbh, I've used it maybe 3 times. I just simply do not like the feel of the eraser end, I'd much rather use one of the side buttons to switch between drawing and erasing - it is so much quicker in use and is more intuitive than flipping the stylus over.
As for wireless - I bought and returned a fortnight later, the wireless accessory kit. Bluetooth simply does not have the latency values to match the better tablets. Perhaps if I hadn't been using the tablet for 18 months wired before buying the wireless kit it wouldn't have seemed like such a big deal, but I just couldn't come to grips with it when I went wireless. It just didn't "feel right". Like suddenly playing a game at 30fps after only playing games at 144fps for several months - it just feels wrong and stuttery.
Forget about wifi connected as an option. It's ok if you're using a wifi stylus to grab someones signatures - but literally anything more demanding than that is un-usable in the real world.
As for the XP-pen - I have no first hand experience with the brand so can't comment. It looks decent value for the money. The only thing I would question - is how easy to get are the replacement nibs? Does the brand have a variety of options for nibs?
Wacom Pro ship with a few of each of their nib types and the feel between them all is very different. I quickly found I much prefer the feel of the black flex nibs - but I know users that can't stand these ones and will only use other nibs that I hate. The difference in feel the nib makes can not be understated and being able to swap them out is super useful.
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