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here's my current setup -
trades all done on a HP workstation with 6 monitors (I mostly really just use 3 nowadays, bought the 6 setup when I first began to trade as I thought the more the merrier ;-) ), an iMac for all internet/chat/forum stuff, and my business manager's (wife) pc which also doubles up as a spare trade station (with a separate mobile Wi-Fi connection in case).
I do have some laptops hanging around for when the sun is shining and I want to remote into my trade workstation from the garden although in London, that doesn't happen too often..!
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Anyone have experience with Satillite Internet, like reliability when wanting to trade when on the road? (like in my RV in the mountains?)
Seen some sat recievers for TV, and 6 mps for internet, but I reason this is outmoded. The only other alternative is linking with a DSL or Cable at a campground hard wired...would prefer the independent route tho.
Maybe someone has addressed this on the forum under a thread with which I am unfamiliar?
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