Hey all. Fact: internet can be incredibly distracting. As soon as one sits in front of a computer, it's hard to not associate the device/activity in some way or another to movies, games, media, facebook, and other things we normally use it for. Even the most focused mind can trip up over the subconscious attachments/links we create with our computers, and end up deviating from the task at hand. As long as there is the possibility of internet connection, I grow weak, so just turning the wifi off isn't enough. Reconciling my leisure center with my writing device is becoming more difficult, specially when I'm on the writing slump. I'm thinking of getting a typewriter or other similar device with the one purpose. A mechanical one might be nice and classical, but impractical when you consider the lengthy editing process (although not an absolute deal-breaker if there's a good deal at hand. Red pen editing is quite enjoyable--but the rewriting of everything post-edit might be too much). I've looked into some electronic word-processors/typewriters like the Hemingwrite/Freewrite, but it seems it is expensive and not really that convenient, according to reviews, to put it kindly. The Alphasmart looks more promising, but overly simplistic for my needs. Has anyone had experiences with these devices? How practical is a mechanical typewriter really? Also, is there anything out there resembling a proper typewriter/word-processor keyboard with PC connectivity to edit out drafts and keep things virtual for convenience? Your suggestions and experiences are welcome.