I am considering getting either the Iconia or Transformer. While the screen seems to be better on the Transformer (from what I have read, never actually witnessed one) the Iconia has a huge advantage for me with a USB port.
I am wondering if the software is out there to download images from my camera and then review/upload to Picasa? I know I can already do the review/upload part with the Gallery in Android, but what about downloading from the camera?
I have a digital SLR that I normally use and would love to be able to shoot in RAW+JPG and then use my Iconia to download the JPGs and upload them to Picasa. Anyone ever tried a workflow using an external camera as the source of your photos? How well did it work, does the Iconia handle this well? Is this suitable for doing this and then editing blog entries? If so, I think I can replace my laptop for travel with this and would be a very happy user!
There's a workaround on XDA to support NTFS but you have to be rooted and requires pushing some files though ADB. There's a link on my Iconia tips thread here or on the first page of the Iconia development section on XDA if you want to try it.
Is there a solution to directly read the DSLR's memory from SD or CF with an Android device while taking more photos? I am looking for a solution to display the latest photo on my attached Android device. So i can preview the latest photo instantly on a larger screen.