Will this convertible laptop work with a VCI400 or S4+Traktor???
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    Default Will this convertible laptop work with a VCI400 or S4+Traktor???

    http://www.tabletpcreview.com/default.asp?newsID=1233

    That's the review and specs I was wondering if this computer would have any latency issues or would work fine.. I'm a really big computer nooooob and dont really know much about em. Anyone that can shed some insight I will be forever grateful!

    Or suggest some other "convertible laptops" that could possibly work around the same price range..
    Here's one on eBay for $500:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/FUJITSU-Tabl...item4843228b00

    orrrr this one?

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fujitsu-Life...item5d31b56593

    which would be a better choice and why o.O???




    LMK thanks in advance for the input!

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    Why a 'convertible'?
    CPU wise they seem 'acceptable'
    RAM wise they seem 'acceptable'
    80GB-120GB is too small, in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    Why a 'convertible'?
    CPU wise they seem 'acceptable'
    RAM wise they seem 'acceptable'
    80GB-120GB is too small, in my opinion.
    i just think theyre cool / fun because i also will be using this laptop to write school papers listen to music on itunes and browse the web ofc and touch screens r jus fun to play with while your laying in bed and stuff. also when i DJ i can turn it into tablet mode and take up a super small are with a flight case or something. another thing i thought of was when im making cue points and things like that in traktor i can just use my fingers for adjusting etc.

    theres no real "important" reason id need one of these over a normal laptop just some personal preference.

    i dont think i would want to open up the laptop and try to add GB would my best bet be to just buy a 250gb external and keep all my music etc on that or what would u suggest?

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    80-120 GB is definitely too small, everything else seems ok to run traktor though

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    Quote Originally Posted by losxc451 View Post
    80-120 GB is definitely too small, everything else seems ok to run traktor though
    Would you suggest an external memory? What size?

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    @OP - cool. I didn't think actually DJing live with a single touch tablet would be very rewarding, which is why I asked the question. You've got other uses for it though.
    Replacing the internal HD in laptops is generally very easy, I'd look at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethal_pizzle View Post
    @OP - cool. I didn't think actually DJing live with a single touch tablet would be very rewarding, which is why I asked the question. You've got other uses for it though.
    Replacing the internal HD in laptops is generally very easy, I'd look at that.
    Will do now what size should I be looking to replace it with? Also which one of those 2 laptops would you say is better? and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElayneXiong View Post
    80-120 GB is definitely too small

    Can you please suggest an appropriate size and or possible replacements or good companies to look at.

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    At $500+, there are dozens of computers way better and much worth than this.
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    How does this computer compare to the Fujitsu?

    http://www.retrevo.com/search?q=Acer...delid=23838347

    I can get this one for cheap also.

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