Best Quality/Price laptop to run C2

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Post » Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:02 pm

[QUOTE=Whiteclaws] Link ? Don't supply me with acers , got bad experience with those [/QUOTE]
http://www.officedepot.com/catalog/search.do?cbxRefine=301527&N=5&Ntt=asus+laptop&Ntk=all&Ntx=mode+matchpartialmax&Nty=1&pr=California2013-03-30 23:02:46
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:22 am

@BluePhaze

(Checks his pocket) ...

40 $ ... quite a nice start ... a start of the non-ending path towards 1000 bucks ...
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 4:55 am

@Whiteclaws I got my ASUS gaming Laptop and Alienware Area-51 (Water Cooled) gaming desktop for free :)

Then again at the time I was working at Microsoft and running some of the gaming blogs...
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:56 pm

Definitely would get a windows based OS and not a VM just like @Ashley said.

Upgraded my gaming laptop to a MacBook Pro for better/easier App development and now Construct behaves strange, still useable but bugs out a fair bit.
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 1:21 pm

No reason to use a top quality laptop for C2...
Working on a old crappy computer is a good way to make sure your game performs well on most setups :p
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 1:38 pm

Yep, I agree with lemo. The lower quality your PC is, the better (within reason, of course).
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 2:31 pm

Thanks everyone , but I knew that , now I need to find the crappier pc to support C2 ... Any suggestions ?
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 3:47 pm

In my previous job, I'd occasionally have to deal in low-end machines like this. You'll hear a lot of anecdotal evidence over which brand is best or worst (mostly worst).

Regarding low-end laptops, all the major brands manufacture comparable 14 or 15 inch models. In my opinion, they all perform about the same, so it just really just a matter of personal preference.

If your PC will mainly be used for production purposes (like producing games or graphics or whatever), I'd highly recommend a desktop rather than a laptop. I can generally get work done 1.5x faster on my desktop than on my laptop. Also, if you go this route, go for dual monitors if you can swing it.

For situations like this, Newegg is a handy site to find/compare products.zatyka2013-03-31 16:38:35
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Post » Sun Mar 31, 2013 4:42 pm

I am doing a bit of traveling recently so I purchased an ASUS vivobook x202E for $449. It runs construct 2 just fine and the bonus of the touch screen makes testing touch enabled apps that much nicer.

The 11.6 in screen version might not be right for you if you are not traveling much with it though.

Asus VivoBook on Windows Store

As far as older spec PCs. I love www.compgeeks.comArcadEd2013-03-31 16:44:17
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