I just set up my computer for UE4 development. I have never used it before, so there is a lot of learning involved. However, I’m very time poor at the moment. So far, all I’ve really done is watch tutorials on the train to/from work (on my phone). Which has given me a much better idea of how all this works, but it’s still very limiting. Ideally, I would like to be able to at least follow the steps in the tutorial and/or be able to create simple blueprints just to test how certain things work.
It’s a bit difficult to bring my laptop as I cycle to/from train station etc, so that’s not really an option.
What I was thinking however is to get an Android tablet and just use some sort of remote desktop program to be able to remote desktop in to my computer at home and do simple work on my tablet. I have however not currently got a tablet nor have I ever used any remote desktop type program from an Android tablet. I rather not buy anything if it won’t prove useful.
Is anyone else doing this and does it work well? Or am I kidding myself and the lag/delay would be too frustrating? Any suggestions on the most suitable tablet? I’m not sure how I feel about a surface table, but I’m open for suggestions if there are grounds for making such recommendations.
Thanks for any input!