Hi Phil and Bobby
Could I just add to this that Bobby's notebook might struggle with Office
applications such as Word and Excel if it only has a small amount of RAM, so
something to consider if you want to run Office products that tend to be
very memory hungry. The difficulty is that the more RAM you go for, the
more expensive a notebook will get if you are keen to keep prices down.
From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Bobby
Sent: 02 September 2019 12:34
Subject: [access-uk] Re: Notebook
About 4 5 months ago I purchased a wee Linobo notebook for my creative
I got it from a store in Dundee called 3000 RPM.
It has windows 10 pre-installed on it, and I got NVDA and Jaws 2019
installed on it no problem.
It cost about £130.
You can prob look on the website for more specific details, or I can boot it
up, take a note of it's specs and send it here.
The keyboard is a bit small for my liking but I just plug a bigger wi-fi
keyboard into it and it works no prob.
From: "Phil Roberts (Redacted sender "p.roberts13" for DMARC)"
Sent: Monday, September 02, 2019 12:07 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Notebook
I am looking for information regarding the above.
I want an inexpensive note taker for meetings. A few questions below
Is it possible to load Jaws or NVDA onto these products?
I would require Word and excel, can these office suites also be loaded?
I gather there are different capacities.
Are they smaller than a normal laptop? I would want it to be easily
I would prefer a qwerty keyboard rather than a braille product.
Recommendations and thoughts please.
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