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Old April 6th, 2014, 08:14 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Has anyone tried NT7 on a tablet?
I want to start using a tablet with 3g, but dont know which one is best.
Need your help)

I just picked up and installed NT7 on my Surface Pro 2. 256GB.
It loads fine, runs well and looks just like my Trading Tablet workspace.

I will be using the built-in WIFI with most trading but also have the new Verizion Jetpack MiFi device.
The MiFi has a 15 hour battery life so it will work well for long periods and can use an external antenna for better reception.

I'm used to trading from a laptop so the transition shock is not felt.
When I first started trading I went the 4-6 screen route and could see everything.
The problem was EVERYTHING never agreed so I seldom took trades.
On a laptop I watch ONE instrument on 6 different time frames with one large chart as the trading chart.

I think I will enjoy the new tablet for trading.
It should be better than using mobile apps to watch the market

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