Hey SF.net, I am currently testing out a Surface Pro to see if it fits my needs, but I can't seem to find a relatively simple solution for what my initial intention of it was (and what I initially thought would be easy to set up). Basically, I am a math teacher, and I want to treat it this as my pseudo whiteboard and wirelessly project it with the in-class projector. OneNote seems like it's perfect for this, especially since I can save/email the notes as PNG's and can organize notes pretty well. Also, it'll be nice to have a pseudo personal whiteboard for when I help students individually, or can run math programs with them on the spot or at their desk (an unnecessary but fun luxury). My first question is...if it IS possible, is there similarly an Android solution (for example, Samsung's Note 10.1) either via apps or otherwise? I like the exquisite stylus support for writing purposes with SP, but I'm not sure I need all the processing power that bumps the cost up so much. I originally though it wouldn't be possible to do what I wanted to do with the Android OS...so I wanna make sure that assumption is correct. I'd much rather pay half the cost for similar functionality, considering i'm not looking for an all-in-one solution (math programs are more so a luxury...not worth double the cost to me). Second, how do I go about doing this? Especially without purchasing things like wireless projectors and the like? The classroom already has a PC, which is connected via LAN, and the projector is connected to it via VGA. Finally, I was wondering...I had a professor who had tablet software that allowed him to write on the screen whenever, to highlight things in math programs or on webpages...does anyone know what sorts of software might do that, or how to do that natively with the hardware. Thank you for any assistance you all may provide!