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Football Manger on WIndows 8 tablets

Running FM on Windows 8 tablet
Started on 6 October 2013 by kazza121
Latest Reply on 11 November 2013 by Louis O.
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I am planning to but a Windows 8 tablet for a while . I am expecting just some basic tasks from it . But it should be able to run Football Manager , the full version . I know that it will require a keyboard dock and a mouse as the game wont support touch . So is there any tablet that will meet my requirement ?

Thanks !
Depends on what tablet your getting, first of all it has to be running full windows 8, windows RT won't play football manager. Anything that has an i3 or better should run it ok. I'd avoid anything with an atom processor.

I'd recommend getting the surface pro 2 tablet as it runs full windows 8, has an i5 processor and comes with a stylus pen that acts like a mouse because it has a right click function on it so you may not even need a mouse. You may need a keyboard to type but i'd expect the touch keyboard to pop up when you click somewhere you can type. It will also run FM far quicker than a traditional laptop thanks to the SSD. Starts at £719 for the 64gb version but well worth it. I'm planning on getting the 128gb version next month to replace my laptop, can't wait!
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2013-10-27 20:59#139854 Evo : Depends on what tablet your getting, first of all it has to be running full windows 8, windows RT won't play football manager. Anything that has an i3 or better should run it ok. I'd avoid anything with an atom processor.

I'd recommend getting the surface pro 2 tablet as it runs full windows 8, has an i5 processor and comes with a stylus pen that acts like a mouse because it has a right click function on it so you may not even need a mouse. You may need a keyboard to type but i'd expect the touch keyboard to pop up when you click somewhere you can type. It will also run FM far quicker than a traditional laptop thanks to the SSD. Starts at £719 for the 64gb version but well worth it. I'm planning on getting the 128gb version next month to replace my laptop, can't wait!

I got the Acer Aspire P3 which has an i5 processor and 4 gigs of RAM . Will try FM14 when I receive it on the tab !
I hope that wasn't meant to be posted there either.
2013-10-29 11:53#140148 Louis O. : I hope that wasn't meant to be posted there either.
You have found my secret place to test updates before publishing them ! Now you shall face my wrath !

I usually delete them . I remeberred now I hadn't done the last one . But how did you find this page ? :)
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on Earth are you doing?
2013-11-10 15:10#142863 Louis O. : wat

on Earth are you doing?
I was trying pre formatted text :( Sorry won't post here again *starts crying*
If you want to test out your posts without creating a new post and updating the topic then I suggest editing a previously made post so it doesn't update the topic and then delete the edit once your done (think thats how it works).

Or you could simply click the green tick at the top right of the post options to preview your post. Much easier.
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I know, I told him in a PC :P

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