Catia on Asus R1

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  1. Mech_Engr

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    Hey guys ,

    just wondering if anybody tried any design softwares like Catia V5 or Autocad on Asus R1 because I m planning to buy R1 if it can handle these type of softwares coz I really need them as a Mechanical Engineering student and If somebody can give me an idea when Asus will be upgrading this model with new chip .]

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. chinesefireball121

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    Well looking at the requirements for V5, the R1F should easily fulfil them, ignoring the fact that they reccomend an 17 inch display. I should imagine Autocad would also have similar requirements.

    In regards to when the R1F will be updated - I have heard mid-june, but then I have also head August.
     
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    Thanks for reply but I m still confused that u mentioned that Catia requires a 17 inch display which I never heard of ...well i dont think display matters .
     
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    He said 'recommend' not 'require'
     
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    Take the diagonal distance of your screen - if that is 17 inch, then you have an 17 inch display.

    *she :)
     
  6. Mech_Engr

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    Oh cmon , I m an engineering student ,I know how to measure screen size but my question was why its recommended that size should be 17 inch not 15.4 or 14 or 13 .
     
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    My apologies - I see alot of idiotic engineering students at uni, who would not be able to tell me how to measure the screen size.

    I suppose the reccomend 17 inch as that way you can see a decent amount of stuff on the screen, and not have your view all crowded up by icons
     
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