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the ideal tablet for MobileSheetsPro
#1
I started using MobileSheets on a Google Nexus 10 tablet (back in the MS 4.x days).  It worked pretty well, except for annotation accuracy.

These days I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1" 2014 Edition with stylus, and it blows the Nexus 10 right out of the water!  You simply can't beat an active stylus with proper Wacom tablet digitizer.  AFAIK the Galaxy Note series are the only Android tablets out there with this hardware capability, so I would strongly recommend you try one out.
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#2
I think that Hp pro slate 12 tablet with 12,3 inch 4:3 aspect ratio, is the best for MobileSheets Pro. Hp duet pen is included with the tablet.
Hp Slate pro 12. Airturn ped
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#3
That HP Duet Pen looks really cool if you want to write on paper and have a digital copy. But that isn't any use with MobileSheets Pro. How well does it work just writing directly on the screen? Does it have a proper stylus digitizer system?
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#4
I read a couple of reviews earlier tonite. It uses ultrasonics, not a digitizer pad, which is probably a patented technique. the reviews said it worked well on the screen also. I don't know if it will work with MSP though as is or if specific coding is needed.
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#5
I have Hp slate pro 12 and the Hp duet pen works really well in Mobile sheets pro, it's fantastic to take annotations
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#6
I would think that the galaxy note 12.2 would be an amazing tablet. I've got the older galaxy note 10 (gt- N8013), and love it! I've had a Asus transformer and galaxy tab 4. I also own a first generation surface pro, and am excited about the port over to Windows 8.

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#7
I agree, if the Note 12.2 is anything like the 10.1 then it would be perfect! The 10.1 is a fraction too small but I have to hold it for long periods of time when using it in my choir, so decided the 12.2 was too heavy for this.
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#8
Using a Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 that works great.
"In theory there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice there is."

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#9
Galaxy 12.2 here. Works great.
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#10
This is a good thread to look at if you want to know what people are using.
In my opinion, if you are a musician that likes to write or mark on your music, the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 is the best tablet on the market right now for that. The Note 12.2 will also work great even if you don't write or mark your music, but may be a bit costly for casual musicians. However, the Note Pro has a sibling, the Samsung Galaxy *Tab* Pro 12.2. This tablet retails for $100 less, but does not have an S-Pen (this is the difference between the Note and Tab models), so it is not nearly as good for writing on music, but will still do a great job at displaying music.

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