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Atom "Bay Trail" Z37XX: MWO mobile

Discussion in 'Hardware / Gaming Gear' started by Blagg Zear, May 6, 2015.

  1. Blagg Zear

    Blagg Zear Moderator Staff Member

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    Michael Grand Poobah Staff Member

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    Its like looking out of a locust cockpit
     
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    not going to lie, that is impressive, but I don't see an FPS counter...
     
  4. Blagg Zear

    Blagg Zear Moderator Staff Member

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    Don't expect too much. It's somekind a Gameboy on Steroids! With 1024x768 you can get 15-20fps. It's not smooth, but playable. Yeah, you may say, that sucks. But just think about it - it's running on a super light Tablet without dedicated GPU. Everything in a light weighted portable Win8.1 Machine. The fact that MWO even starts on an Atom processor is simply amazing. Intel did an excellent job! Just wait for the next Iterations and you can play MWO smoothly in your closet. haha

    Maybe not suited for competitive gameplay. Maybe for grinding pugs with some boring lrm boats, or just to log in to Config your Mechs and buy some stuff from the Store underway. Cmon, isn't that GREAT?!

    The latest Atom Z37XX Series is fantastic - you can install & run all your beloved classic Windows Games, and even some 3D Games.

    Crysis 1 Demo:


    Warthunder:


    Torchlight 2 & SC2


    Path of Exile:


    D3:


    Civ5:


    GTA 4 Lost and Damned:


    Ultra Streetfighter IV:


    Borderlands The Pre-Sequel:


    Bay Trail Micro PC for under 150 Bucks!
     
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