Anyone use Tweecer software on those little "mini" laptops?

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  1. 99FiveOh

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    I was thinking about getting a dedicated laptop to use with my soon-to-be bought tweecing device (not sure which to go with yet). Do those little mini laptops work good with tuning software?
     
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    I have one of those Acer Netbooks. Works fine.

    I have a regular laptop for normal stuff...use to be my travel computer, but it is huge (standard size) as opposed to a netbook. I travel all the time and it is great for that as well.

    I would not get one as an only computer, you might go insane trying to read from it (all the time), it is after all, a mini. Having said that, all the Tweecer stuff will be small as well...kinda obvious, I know. However, it fits nice in the seat, stows easy(ier), etc.

    I like it, anything more specific you'd like to know, just ask.

    On a tangent..it'd be nice to have a double din receiver in the dash, compatible w/Tweecer...that'd be too small for me, lot of scrolling to see a screen, but cool nonetheless.

    -Brian
     
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    I went ahead and picked up a Sony Vaio laptop, it should do fine.
     
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