I'm part of a small team that runs 3AB with a few Kx3 radios. We've been struggling a bit with logging. First year was all paper and that was messy. Next couple of years one of the guys put together something that runs on RaspPi and the operators use tablets for logging.
Maybe I'm an old dog but I just cannot jump back and forth between a CW contact and a log on a tablet. I can't type quickly on a tablet and I feel like I lose the rhythm. I'd prefer to do it by paper but then we lose the dupe checking. I'm also concerned that we'll lose contacts on the home grown solution.
I love N1MM but I guess that's out. I think if there were windows laptops that lasted 12-24+ hours on a charge we'd be OK. I can run my old surface pro off a 12v marine battery for days but I guess most laptops can't do this.
So the question, what do multi-transmitter battery stations do for logging. Has it been successful for you or are you also looking for something better?
73, Kev N4TT