Ninjatrader on a Netbook ?!

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by fluttrader, Apr 19, 2009.

  1. Ninja requires :

    # Windows XP or Windows Vista Operating System *
    # Minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768
    # Minimum P4 Processor or higher
    # 1GB RAM or higher on XP and 2GB or higher on Vista
    # Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (pre-installed on most PCs or can
    be downloaded below)

    Will it run on a Netbook like

    little piece of software that enables 1024 x 768

    Only question : is the system powerfull enough ?
  2. auspiv


    i'm thinking if the chart update is set around .5 seconds or higher and if the indicators are set to update on bar close, ninjatrader would do just fine on a netbook. i've ran NT on a PIII 833 MHz with 384MB of ram before and it was fine. i'd imagine a 1.66 GHz Atom would be comparable to (probably better than) the computer i previously ran NT on, but you can't be sure.
  3. What OS on your P3 ?

    If XP then the netbook should be substantial better with 1 Gig RAM and 1.66 Ghz Atom ...

  4. Am I right about this ?
  5. ?

    Must be the week-end...:)
  6. bkk

    bkk Guest

    No, Ninja Trader does not work on a netbook. The resolution isn't high enough. I use an Asus EEEPC btw. I posted this information awhile ago.
  7. No

    You need at least 2G, if not 4G and a better resolution.

    A Laptop for less than $500 just isn't going to get the job done.

    Try these folks:

    magic micro

  8. With the new asus EEEPC 1000HE you can increase resolution to 1024 x 768 , the required resolution by NT
  9. BigDog008


    run ninja trader fine on a samsung NC10
  10. The NC10 only has 1024x600 resolution, no issues because of that ?

    What is the average load on the processor ?

    How many Gig Ram ?
    #10     Apr 22, 2009