It maybe more of personal preferences but after reading a thread by ecoeco and this, I'm even more intrigued to move to Evernote. Evernote Blog | Remember everything. [video=youtube;IHDE0QG7Sx8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHDE0QG7Sx8[/video] http://forum.tabletpcreview.com/tablet-pc-life/61420-what-i-use-early-2014-a.html In my case, I used to use OneNote exclusively for writing maths in my undergrad. The current situation is however considerably different. As I am doing a research degree in a computational field, Linux and typing become the top priority. Hand writing is now secondary even though it's essential for jotting down equations, flow charts etc. Having access to keyboard is also much more productive even for note taking. My desk is pretty much the same as what Bronsky has in another thread, except that the laptop and the tablet run on different system. Ideally the small tab would run a client of the same note taking software on the main pc, and has constant syncing between the two (or use the tab/phone as an ordinary drawing tablet - exclusively for Linux - Android duo though). Hence there will be no need to flip/rotate the laptop screen for jotting down quick note, disrupting productivity flow. However any attempts to use OneNote on Linux just don't cut it. Using virtual machine occupies too much disk space (I'm using a 80GB SSD), resource hungry and is "detached" from the main work space, while running through WINE has serious compatibility issues (no cloud syncing, can't render existing hand-written pages and doesn't have tablet driver afaik). Hopefully Evernote could be the answer.