02-23-2012 10:09 AM
Definitely, quill is the best note taking application + using evernote and google document for text notes ..
Tried writepad stylus .. doesn't handle the landscape mode, what a shame.. still i'm looking for youtube on the tablet .. doesn't seems to work
Quill is the only reason I haven't returned or sold my TPT. a fantastic app that wouldn't work without a pen.
04-06-2012 10:35 AM
I started using 7Note as a replacement/alternate keyboard. It allows you to hand write text into any application. You can switch from typing to handwriting recognition in 2 clicks. It recognizes writing better than any other app I have tried. You can hand write directly into a Google doc or into Evernote with no uploading or exporting. This app is a must have for TPT users. It really opens the possibilitiy for the pen input. Search for 7Note in the app store.
04-16-2012 06:36 PM
Thanks to Amazon's free app of the day I got the full versions of Documents to Go and Quick Office Pro. I sed the Documents to go key to unlock the version that came on my TPT and it works flawlessly, updates run through the Amazon store and it just rocks. Just an FYI in case they offer it again.
04-17-2012 04:01 AM
04-24-2012 03:00 AM
Follow up on iDisplay:
After several attempts by iDisplay's tech support I finally got iDisplay work on my TPT + HP tx2517 (running Windows Vista). Later I tried that with another Windows XP laptop. I came across the same problem of failing to find a driver for a MTP device. After some searching I found that I just need to update Windows Media Player to version 11, then everything went well. I wonder why this was not mentioned in iDisplay's system requirement.
Here are what I did for iDisplay to work on TPT and Windows XP PC using USB connection:
1. Download and install ADB interface driver for ThinkPad Tablet from Lenovo
2. Update Windows Media Player to v.11 (for windows XP)
3. Install iDisplay on both Tablet and computer.
However I would say that the performance of idisplay on both laptops were not satisfactory (** maybe only in my case). It seemed that using USB connection was nothing better than using wifi. The mouse movement on the TPT was very slow. If you want to do work on the extended screen on the TPT you need to have patience. I mainly use that part of screen to read documents as reference. The good thing is that you can view docs in portrait or landscape orientation as you wish. After all I still like using iDisplay especially when I go on trip.
04-27-2012 09:45 PM