[Q] Some noob questions about the Prime
I am currently looking for a device to replace my almost 4 years old netbook which is beginning to die on me right now.
One of the devices I am looking into is the Prime and I am hoping you could answer a couple of n00b questions for me.
What I am planning on doing with my future device could be seperated in 4 four points:
1) Mailing and websurfing. Of course this should work with the Prime.
2) Watching videos. Have seen enough reviews that proof how good this works on the Prime, too.
3) I am a student and therefore would really like to be able to read scripts (pdf format mostly) on my device and also being able to add handwritten comments to those pdfs and print them afterswards with the comments included.
I suppose there are a quite a few apps that would do that trick, right?
4) This is actually the one point that is holding me back from instantly ordering a Prime.
Iīd like to have a device that lets me edit office documents. Of course there are enough of office apps out there but so far I havnīt found a single one that includes an equation editor for word documents.
Judging by some comments I have read and some screenshots I have seen on here I guess I am not the only one who majors in engineering or mathematics or anything else that includes a lot of formulas.
So, I was wondering how do you handle this compatibility issue?
And one last question that is only slightly related to the Prime itself: I guess most of you have the device configuration as I do. A smartphone, a laptop/tablet and a desktop pc.
How do you handle the "data scattering". YOu know, having a particular movie file on PC, another audio file on the phone and docs on the tablet etc.
How do you sync all this?
Thanks in advance.
P.S. Ainīt it funny how n00bish one feels when changing to a new device.