I went to my state's department of services for the blind yesterday to try out various braille displays. Then I got my hands on a HIMS BrailleSense Polaris and it was instant love. I hadn't thought about a notebook before but quickly realized how handy it could be for meetings and visiting patients at remote sites (I moonlight in hospice but primarily work in tech) to using it in classes. Originally I was thinking I'd want a Brailliant BL 40 display but now I'm obsessed with the Polaris. I know the Braillenote Touch is its competitor but I'm not all that into touchscreen. Does anyone here have one of these Polaris notebooks? Wondering how well it meshes with Apple devices, it being Android based. My workplace has standardized on Google apps for all things email, calendar, documents, etc, so the Polaris being focused on Google apps is also a draw. But I'm looking for practical experience. I know everyone has their preferences and all devices have their annoying aspects. I'm still thinking of getting myself a Brailliant BL 14 just for fun, but I'm looking for opinions on the Polaris based on someone who has actually used it. Thanks!