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WoW on a tablet

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Are there any tablets that can run Windows and World of Warcraft at low res with low settings at 30fps or so?  Lower priced the better, must be keyboard and mouse capable.  Just looking for a device so I can move around the apartment and play, even if it isn't a great experience.

Sorry, not sure where I would put a question like this on the forum.

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14 minutes ago, Shrepto said:

Are there any tablets that can run Windows and World of Warcraft at low res with low settings at 30fps or so?  Lower priced the better, must be keyboard and mouse capable.  Just looking for a device so I can move around the apartment and play, even if it isn't a great experience.

Sorry, not sure where I would put a question like this on the forum.

WoW will run on just about anything at this point.  if you dont care about the experience just get any windows tablet and there you go.

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Only plan to do WQs or other brain dead content while not at my desk.  Might be nice to take elsewhere just to stay connected.

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Why even bother at that point? The point of not being playing it while your out doing stuff is to take a break, not to play it even more. Tablets were not designed to run WOW, nor does anything really support it without a LOT of work to try it. IMO just not worth it. 

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