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Posted 10 February 2013 - 09:23
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Posted 10 February 2013 - 22:45
Depends what you are wanting to display per device, if it is only images, they should be fine, video... maybe depending on resolution, rendering graphics might struggle again depending on resolution
Don't know your budget, but sticking a few half decent GPUs into 1 machine might work fine
Probably need to know exactly what centrino chips are in them.
but if they're just playing video or showing pictures, I guess it should be ok.
Posted 10 February 2013 - 23:16
Each device will display an 800x600 mp4 video in loop. No video will be over 10 seconds.
The tricky part is that one of those machines will be displaying an 1600x600 mp4 video that will split over two tv sets.
Posted 10 February 2013 - 23:22
I'm only guessing but I would say 1 device for 1 display would cope, only a guess though, possibly could cope with two, but couldn't be 100% sure
Posted 11 February 2013 - 15:06
That's what I thought. I tried to do that using an old aspire netbook with an atom chip and the video was quite slow. I still asked because many friends have told me that atoms are even slower than old Pentium 4's.