After owning a hudl (an Andriod tablet made by Tesco) for a little while, I have found a few useful Apps. So here are some of the ones I've found to be quite good (they have all come from the Google play store):
A nice ePub reader, with good abilities for highlighting. So it's useful for study purposes.
Quite an impressive document editor for MS Office documents, especially considering it's free. This is what I often use when I'm taking notes.
C/C++ IDE (woo-hoo):
OK, you have to pay for this one, but it means I'm never too far away from a C compiler. This is the feature I always wanted on my iPad...
I'm still quite impressed by the hudl, and I use it often. I'm planning to post some more of my thoughts on the hudl another time, watch this space.
For the past couple of weeks I've been bringing my Raspberry Pi to work with me each day in my bag. But my desktop PC only has one network socket which is already in use, so I've only been able to connect the Raspberry Pi to my laptop. To make things easier, I bought a USB Ethernet adaptor, so that I can use my Raspberry Pi in the office with ease, in fact I can use it on any PC with a free USB socket. Here it is in action:
That works OK, which is cool. You can see I'm still running the Pi from the battery - which is still on it's original charge. It's given me light use of the Raspberry Pi for over two weeks. But at some point a Raspberry Pi powered laptop will appear I expect...
For my part, I'd be happy if somebody made an integrated Raspberry Pi case-and-battery. Then you could just carry one box around and recharge it like a phone or a kindle. But there may not be a market for crazy people like me who carry their RasPi around with them.