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Can standard mt4 platforms for PC work on IPAD?
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jad42

Member Since Jan 02, 2010  25 posts Ja (jad42) Jan 02 2012 at 08:25
Hi PipGnostic

Thanks for Info, Its been very useful...

                                          Ja.

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Orientalgeneral

Member Since Dec 23, 2011  34 posts jou yu (Orientalgeneral) Jan 02 2012 at 08:33

   TheCyclist posted:
   http://www.acer.co.uk/ac/en/GB/content/iconia-home

See this one, with a dual-screen which means a touchpad keyboard! : http://www.acer.co.uk/ac/en/GB/content/iconia

I have this one: http://www.acer.co.uk/ac/en/GB/content/iconia-tab-w500

And it's become my favorite device, I prefer it to my laptop. When this one goes I will not replace it. I'm on tablets and remote servers now.






Thank you very much

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TheCyclist

Member Since Feb 07, 2011  712 posts PipGnostic (TheCyclist) Jan 02 2012 at 09:36 (edited Jan 02 2012 at 09:42 )
No problem...had to go through the process myself recently. So this is the best answers I could come up with, which in the end was not an iPad, but I was after the USB's to be quite honest. Trading was a secondary consideration for the tablet as that is done remotely anyway.

I work offshore and with the USB's I can watch movies in my bunk. I copy them over to my desktop from the external and when I watched them delete them. Tablet is nice and small to watch, don't have to drag a large laptop around. 6 hour battery time on movies, can watch 2 without re-charging. At home it has a MDI plug so I use it to stream Aljazera to my big screen.

All the tablet has to do for me trading wise is control the remote server and it does that perfectly.

I don't think tablets are quite where they should be, battery life to short, storage to small, just not enough number crunching power, but the next generation will definitively be perfect for the mobile trader. Nother say 2 to 3 years before you have a business in your pocket, so to speak.

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TheCyclist

Member Since Feb 07, 2011  712 posts PipGnostic (TheCyclist) Jan 02 2012 at 12:52
Actually wonder how long wearable computers are still going to take, no reason I can't have the tablet crunching away in the back pack and streaming the info to a micro projector which can project onto my glasses via blue-tooth or wireless.

Get some form of hand interface going. All the technology is there, someone big (Apple) just have to get the balls to sell the package.

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