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Windows 7: Apple, Alienware/dell for laptop to acces remote server

30 Nov 2009   #1
JohnnyScience

Windows 7 64 & Ubuntu 64
 
 
Apple, Alienware/dell for laptop to acces remote server

If I wanted to keep my current home computer as my main server & be able to access it remotely via laptop any where in the world if I'm away for whatever reason.

What kind of laptop would be best?

My business is websites, so I almost automatically jump to an apple since its pushed more for the graphics/artists

But I also like the dells & alienwares.

I'd also like them to talk wirelessly/via bluetooth while they are in the same room together to "sync" up.

I'm just not sure which way to go.

I wont be gaming, just heaving internet surfing & web design/work.

I run Win7 64 & Ubuntu 64 (though I havent used it as much since win7 64 came out)


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30 Nov 2009   #2
torrentg

7600.20510 x86
 
 

Apple is also pushed strongly in the professional audio sector.

That doesn't necessarily mean it is better for a professional or studio to use, however.

Any laptop will do. Look into Dameware software. It's great.
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