I wasn't sure should I open a whole thread, but I didn't want to hog the "What smartphone or Tablet do you use?" or "Show your new stuff" topic (where I already shared my initial impressions), so here goes. I haven't had too much time to play around with the device, but I'm very curious to see what kinds of use cases it can fulfill. This morning I tried hooking up a keyboard and a mouse and they worked fine, for the most part. The Esc key gets interpreted as ` for some reason, but that was the only snag. One unpleasant surprise was installing Excel and it telling me that I had to have an Office 365 subscription to be able to create new, or even edit my existing documents. A bit of googling revealed that Office apps for Android are only free for devices up to 10.1" (and the Xiaomi Pad 5 has 11"). Google Sheets seems to be a viable free alternative as it's supposed to support Office documents. I made a VLOOKUP example and it worked, so that should be good enough. I was also curious if I could get any kind of Windows emulation going. I know this is not something this device was meant for, but I was curious in general and in particular, getting Windows to boot and run a few very light apps for which there are no Android alternatives would mean that, in an emergency, I could get some work done without any heavier equipment. Googling this kind of thing brings back a ton of results, but many fake and none exactly what I'm looking for, so as far as running Windows under Android goes, this is the best I've achieved for now: So, for the most part, that runs fine, although I did have some issues with the peripherals. When using the mouse, the device shows two cursors, one for the Win 3.1 and another for Android, and while they always move in the same direction, I couldn't get them to move at the same speed (I played with some mouse sensitivity setting in the DOS emulator, but so far I had no luck with it). The keyboard, on the other hand, is mostly fine, but, apart from the aforementioned problem with the Esc key, Android intercepts Alt+Tab and summons it's own app switcher, which is kind of a bummer in Windows. I also noticed that there was no sound, but that's probably the lack of drivers under Windows and the lack of me setting things correctly in the emulator. But, for the most part, it seems to work fine. So far it's there just for the heck of it (so that I can say that I run Windows under Android, and also I guess because of nostalgia), but if I ever get a retro itch, it looks promising. Do you guys use any emulators on your Android devices? If yes, what do you run?