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Good Netbook for Farmville :)

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Initial post: Nov 24, 2010 7:25:12 PM PST
F. Williams says:
I want to buy my mother a netbook that will allow her to play Farmville on it when she travels away from home....that's her guilty pleasure :)

Posted on Nov 25, 2010 11:38:16 AM PST
I want to buy one for my(to pay farmville too), but I don't know what is the best for that.

Posted on Sep 12, 2012 8:45:19 PM PDT
I read the acer aspire 11.1 inch A0722-0828B is good but I havent tried it yet. I have heard u should get the highest RAM/Memory u can and that 4 GB is necessary and u need at least 500 GB of hard drive and that acer has one that fits that requirement.

Posted on Oct 18, 2012 3:09:13 PM PDT
R. Duncan says:
i have 2 android tablets, a kindle fire, a toshiba tablet and an ipad. none of them play facebook games particularly farmville with any degree of satisfaction. it's like playing from your phone. the mobile version and tablet version does not allow you to see your farm like the pc version does. it is basically text format. do you want to receive gifts yes or no. do you want to return gifts yes or no. do you want to plant crops yes or no. how many do you want to plant. that's if you can get it to load, most times it just crashes or freezes. get her a full laptop. they have small ones that are 12 inches. plus on tablets and netbooks, the keyboard is really small.

In reply to an earlier post on Oct 19, 2012 6:39:40 AM PDT
aerqwrgvsdav says:
Why on earth would you need 500gb of hard drive for Farmville??! Just get her a $250 chrome book, download flash and she will be off to the races. With a windows pc your paying extra for the OS that she wont need if she just wants to browse web, email, and play flash games.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 11:41:10 AM PST
R. Duncan says:
adobe flash no longer supports mobile platforms such as tablets, netbooks, and cellphones

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 11:20:34 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 29, 2012 11:27:04 PM PST
I dont think u know what u are talking about. u cant play farmville on a tablet (unless u are content with the mobile app of fv that gives u limited access to game) however, netbooks are basically mini laptops and have the full access to flash that all laptops have. i dont think u have a firm grasp of the basics of flash gaming and the differences between laptops, tablets, netbooks, etc. u can only play fv mobile on tablets, ereaders, smartphones,etc but netbooks are completely different from them. duncan, i am afraid u are lumping in netbooks with tablets and ereaders and they are totally different. i personally own an acer netbook and while it is a bit slow especially with farmville, i have full access to game. i play regular farmville on it, not the mobile app version. i dont use apps on my netbook and have full flash access on it. my netbook is 11 inches and is just a tiny laptop. netbook is basically a sub category of laptops and it is not an entire different format they way tablets are from pc's.

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 30, 2012 12:40:29 AM PST
R. Duncan says:
it depends on the type of netbook you have. those that run windows ce os or android versions 1.6-3.0 do not play the full version of farmville.which was stated in earlier posts. if you had read ALL the posts from the beginning you would know everything that was states on the adobe website that it will NOT continue to support flash for tablets.

In reply to an earlier post on Feb 12, 2013 11:37:40 AM PST
WolfPup says:
Just to add to this, the one exception is Windows tablets. Both Windows 8 in tablet mode and Windows RT will run real Flash in *some* web sites (the devices have a whitelist that gets periodically updated). For those sites not on the whitelist, a Windows 8 tablet is also a real PC, so can run any web browser you want, and thus run Flash on any site you want, with the catch that for some sites you may need to use it with a keyboard and/or mouse (i.e. for sites not on the whitelist, or that just don't work well for touch).

Posted on Sep 28, 2013 2:52:24 PM PDT
Mpau0516 says:
I bought a archos 101g9, and downloaded photon browser with a built in flash pluggin.
It can play farmville2 as if you were on a laptop
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