I've just brought (for myself, with my own money) a Motorola Xoom tablet. It's an Android device (as opposed to an iPad). It cost £299, and has some useful stuff for music teaching: A free four track recorder application - simple but effective A free MP3 recorder application which produces passable recording quality (in mono) A 5mp camera on the back that takes video - which you can instantly show back on the ten inch screen (useful for videoing performances) - it also takes stills of curse and the qaulity is as good a flip camera. It accesses the internet for showing You Tube and other resources It has Angry Birds on it And skype And I use it to look at this web site My school wants to buy some sort of device for students to use. I think this might be it. Does anyone else have experience of using these in the classroom? I absolutely love this device - I ues it every day. Yesterday evening I recorded the accompaniments for the grade on flute exam a student is taking so she can practice at home. I was able to instantly email the MP3 files to her. Brilliant - it took minutes. Check it!