Unless you use static IP’s or a DHCP reserved IP for your PI (or really, any Linux based computer) how do you know where it lives on your network? This might not be an immediate issue for you on your home network, but what if you take your PI with you to another network for some reason? It could also be used to simply let you know when a machine has been rebooted and is back on line..
Quite some time back I received the Ultimate Nexus 7 Accessory Pack from the very good folks over at GearZap.com. This is a kit loaded with goodies for your precious Google Nexus 7! The only difference between what was on the website and what actually arrived was the “Leather Style Case”, it was a minor difference and in all honestly what I received was better. The case on the website has a flappy thing on the back that when you fold the front over so you can angle the tablet up off the table or stand it vertically in landscape mode, the case I was shipped uses magnets to secure the lid folded into a triangle (Click to see larger images)