I decided that if I wasn't upgrading the computer this year, I might as well update my Kindle. I had a Kindle Fire 7" inch with 8 GB of storage. As I am an avid gamer and download a lot of files from DriveThruRPG and listen to a lot of podcast, the 8 GB of internal memory was horrible. I was ending up with just 500 mb of memory and not every file I have or want. The 8 GB Kindles only have like 5 GB of storage before adding apps and books from the Amazon store. Even offloading apps and files to the 16 GB SD card wasn't working for me.
However, the 7" size was perfect for me and I tricked it out with a hardcase with keyboard and stylus. The keyboard case is made by ZAGG and connects with bluetooth.
The case left a little slop on the edge of the tablet, but it was perfect for holding the stylus.
The new Fire is currently updating and pulling down all of my stuff from the cloud. Later today or tomorrow, I'll post about my new workflow now that I have a faux microcomputer available to me.