[R] RES: R on netbooks et al?
leandro at cesgranrio.org.br
Thu Mar 5 15:22:05 CET 2009
I use it on an ASUS EEE 701 PC! It works with some limitation, because this model have only 512mb of RAM. But it is working fine. The OS is Windows XP.
I think that the better netbooks is one from HP, this netbook have an normal keyboard.
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Assunto: Re: [R] R on netbooks et al?
I've installed Ubuntu, Emacs, and R on my Samsung NC10 with 2 GB RAM. I think
the keyboard is very usable on the NC10, and it has about 5-7 hours of battery
life, which is also nice. R runs just fine on it. I'd consider paying extra
for the Samsung just for the keyboard.
herrdittmann at yahoo.co.uk wrote:
> Dear useRs,
> With the rise of netbooks and 'lifestyle laptops" I am tempted to get one of these to mainly run R on it. Processor power and hard disk space seem to be ok. What I wonder is the handling and feel with respect to R.
> Has anyone here installed or is running R on one of these, and if so, what is your experience? Would it be more of a nice looking gadget than a feasable platform to do some stats on?
> Many thanks,
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