Will VMSpc run on the Surface GO since it would need a Snapdragon processor driver? My old 10" Surface is acting like its about to bite the dust. A newer SurfacePro is too large to use.

Submitted by Art on Tue, 2019-01-01 01:36

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Hello Monte The CPU isn't really important--though we have seen some work differently than others. The i3 annd i5 processors in the Surface seem to run warmer than a simple Atom cpu seen in the less exspensive tablets. Its a bit paradoxical--however, a $100 RCA tablet works as well or better than the $500 Surface. Your guide is still the needed full-sized USB port. Thats really the most needed detail in a 10" or any tablet. Cheers Art //

Submitted by ahamor on Sat, 2019-01-12 07:14

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I have been using the MS Go with version 3.1 software on an 2015 Dutch Star with LS9 Cummins engine. It generally runs well. The "transmission gear selected" is blank. Cruise control status just flips around. Odometer and tank minder picked up garbage at one time, but it has not repeated.

Submitted by pcobb on Mon, 2019-03-18 15:56

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I just bought a Surface Go last week.

Uploaded with no problems and it runs great.   Perfect size and use for this application.

Submitted by mlquilts on Sat, 2019-05-04 11:34

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So when I purchased this product I was told that it had to work using Windows. I had an old laptop sitting around and that's what I've been using, but have been looking at purchasing a Surface. However, since this is the only thing I would use it for I hesitate in spending this amount of money. Above you mention the RCA tablet, but when I looked on line at it it says that it uses Google Android OS. Will the VMSpc run using this OS?

Submitted by Art on Mon, 2019-08-19 11:12

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RCA makes several models of tablet. Often times the RCA Cambio comes up--it seems to be a real go-to in being pretty reliable for the price. RCA produces Android versions of tablet: Viking, Voyager...Galileo...others. The Windows version is the Cambio.

Its the Cambio which will work just fine.

cheers

Art

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