I am using e-Sword with my Acer Iconia 10.1 inch tablet. It woks fine when I use my Bluetooth mouse, but otherwise my fingers are too big to reliably control it via the touch screen.
Since most tablets have Bluetooth capability built in this leaves the USB port available. The idea of having a USB hub hanging off the side of my tablet held no interest.
Bluetooth keyboard and mouse was the way to go, especially since the keyboards often double as cases for the tablet. Bought on line they are fairly reasonable (Got mine for about $25) Bluetooth Mice can be had for as low as $6 on line.
I agree with you. I Have a Samsung Galaxy 12.2" Note Pro, of which I use a BT (Bluetooth) mouse with it, and works great with it. Also I am using the BT mouse on my PC, and have no issues with it. I've got a BT keyboard for my tablet, and works great on that.
Now, just a note on BT (Bluetooth). BT is really great to use as one can connect a large number of devices with it. On my tablet I have so far 4 devices paired to it, which are:
I can connect BT Speakers, and other devices to it and run them. I am seriously considering getting some BT speakers and use them for both my phone and tablet, and may consider using them on PC. Another handy BT device I'm seriously considering of getting is a BT headset for my phone.
Bluetooth seems to be a really handy thing to have, and what one can run via BT is really up to the imagination.
P.S. Off the top of my head, I think 1 BT port can connect to 150 BT compatible devices.
Edited by APsit190, 26 February 2015 - 04:11 PM.