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2-07-2008 @ 2:49PM
I have WoW installed on my Sony UX380N and it is quite playable right out of the box, no tinkering with overclocking or weird driver setups involved. http://b2b.sony.com/Solutions/product/VGN-UX380NWhen I'm on the road I pack its dock, a small LCD, keyboard and wireless mouse and it works quite nicely. For a Palmtop MicroPC...it really can't be beat (and the price has dropped quite a bit since I mine...)When I'm at home I use it while in-game on my regular PC to check websites, thottbot, wowhead, etc...works out much nicer than my actual laptop too, and is about the size of a PSP. Very sexy lttle gadget.
2-07-2008 @ 4:21PM
Your PC = $1800eee PC = $299-$399Hence the overclocking, weird driver setups, etc. I would hope yours could run WoW for $1800. That sure is a cool computer, albeit a small screen.
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