I just had a glimpse of an Android and it looks like it's got a
mini-Usb socket in the top. If that could break-out to a powered
usb-hub then surely you could get keyboard, mice, maybe even screens
working off the Android?
So 1 docking station at work and 1 at home might be enough to do
emailing and more serious stuff there and still be able to keep an
eye on things when travelling around or out?
Or is Android just not yet set-up to do this sort of thing?
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Felmon Davis <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, 26 August 2013, 5:21
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] Re: Cross Platfrom Support Question
On Sat, 24 Aug 2013, Doug wrote:
On 08/24/2013 06:22 PM, Jay Ridgley wrote:
To those who responded,
I guess the bottom line is that currently LibreOfffice does not
and will not without a LOT of work support mobile devices.
I am not a mobile user, so I have no frame of reference. It does
appear that this feature (mobility) will be required at some
future point, however.
What kind of masochist would wish to do any serious writing--the
kind that would require a word-processor--on a mobile phone, or a
touch-screen tablet? Get real!
you can add a small bluetooth keyboard.
some come in a kind of sleeve where you can fold the keyboard and the
10" tablet together held by velcro; you unfold it and the tablet is
propped up and the keyboard laid out flat. folded up, it all fits
into a woman's purse or a small satchel. the keyboard is pretty easy
to use for normal-sized hands and fingers.
opposite of masochism.
not my taste though - I prefer more power and gear - but perfectly
understandable setup for many use-cases.
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