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    Portable Word Processor

    Discussion in 'Software' started by escritor121, Mar 25, 2015.

    Hello!

    I'm sorry if my Spelling is bad - I havn't been using the enlgish language for many years.

    To make it short, I'm have ended up in a mental institution where I have almost no access to computers and internet so I can't do my passion of writing. What I'm looking for is a portable Word processor / portable typing device that I could use to store what i write digitally.. I write in Spanish, so I would prefer a spanish keyset.. If you had any idea about anything I would be very greatful..

    The device must have no posibility to connect to the internet..

    The only idea I got was to buy a Palm 105 with a keyboard but there are several unsolved problems about that (storage capacity, transfering etc)

    Thanks

    Escritor
     
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    Steerpike Felis amatus Supporter Contributor

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    You can still get Alphasmart devices on Amazon. This one, according to the FAQ, will let you download the capability to use Spanish characters:



    I've never used one, so I can't attest to how good they are.
     
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    just use pen and paper, and maybe a dictaphone.
     
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    you could use an iPad or iPad mini. I know there's a Word-compatible app, but I don't use it, and thereforevdon't remember the name.

    You can work offline as long as you must, then when you finally have access to your WiFi, download your work to your computer with iTunes/iCloud.
     

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