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Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 6:54:48 PM | Ultrabook / Convertible Ultrabook for Travel Use?




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Hi all,

I am with a foodservice design firm and we utilize Revit primarily, CAD and Max as well.  My position is one where I travel FREQUENTLY.  I ocassionally go into CAD and Revit to tweak, print, finalize, or maybe assist on a tight deadline.  But, 90% of the time I am reviewing PDF's my office is sending me, handling email, word and excel stuff, etc.  Also presenting to clients (but again generally in PDF form).

I currently have a Dell Precision M2400 which is starting to show its age and is frustrating due to its weight.  Again, I travel a lot and with how tight seats are on airlines I cannot open it on a plane, and cannot easily carry it on a shoulder bag all day.

Does anyone have any experience with an ultrabook or convertible with building design suite software?

I KNOW that Autodesk says it does not meet minimums because of the Intel 4000 graphics on board.  But sometimes what they say does not work, works just fine.  I just want to see if that is this situation or if I am taking a bad risk.

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