Vacationing Tablet Style
We are finally off for a much needed vacation but of course, I plan on doing some personal projects along the way. One of my goals is to try to not actually open my laptop at all and see how much work I can really do with just my tablet. I am not an issue guy, I have am all Android so I have the Motorola Xoom which I really like.
Already I have hit a minor snag. I have a new presentation I am working on but I am finding the presentation editing to be horribly weak. Quickoffice allows you to create and edit Powerpoint decks but you can’t apply themes or change fonts. The Google Docs app doesn’t even support presentations yet, and using other online presentation tools is not an option at Internet access being 75 cents per MINUTE. At least I can get all the slides put together and do the theming and fonts later.
The next challenge is photo editing. While Picsay Pro has been my tool of choice for quite a while, the new Photoshop Touch is going to get a major workout. At only $9.99, Photoshop Touch is the most powerful photo editor available on any tablet today.
Stay tuned for more updates and upcoming pictures from our trip.