Originally Posted by jeff_man
Goal, To be able to tune and log from a tablet (non tablet pc if i can).
I'm not sure what a tablet non-tablet is, and while it may not be exactly the implementation you're thinking of, I've been doing precisely this since '06. Here's a picture of my old setup:
The machine is a Fujitsu Stylistic 3400, circa 1999. It's got 64 megs of RAM and a 400 Mhz Pentium III. This one is running Windows 2000.
On the plus side, these machines are cheap as hell. There are some slightly newer versions that run a tad faster, but even this one perfectly adequate for running MegaTune, although I never got TunerStudio working on it.
On the minus side, all of these machines are fairly old, so the batteries are dead and the touchscreens are starting to get a bit flaky.
I'd love to use something like an Android tablet instead.
There does appear to be some development work going on in this direction, but I've not heard of any actual, functioning software yet.
If you're willing to spend the money ($420 and up), any Win7 tablet which has a USB port will work just fine- just a matter of personal taste at that point. I'd like this one: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...522&CatId=6958
There are also some Windroid tablet starting to come out which, in theory, give you the best of both worlds.