Carl Watts wrote:It's worth the hassle.
Try the Demo version. RowPro is so good I bought a PC to run it and a new Graphics card, it's dedicated to RowPro and there is nothing else on it so it boots very fast.
pedalnpaddle wrote:So when is a native version of RowPro for Mac going to be released. I am sick, sick, sick of waiting. There seems to be a lot of interest by the number of people viewing this post. I refuse to buy a dedicated pc for this purpose and would like to use RowPro!
Hopefully Concept2 will buy this company and integrate the software into the Model F using an iPad/iphone/ipod touch as the PM - One can dream but how cool would that be - everything in one nice neat package - logbook, rowpro app, pm, music, video, internet.
This would also enable online coaching/rowing classes via skype videoconferencing and make upgrading of all software really easy and reliable. You could also listen to music using bluetooth headset (no more wires).
pags wrote: Cant afford to buy a PC strictly for one application, nor do I want to have a MS product.
Really ? I found a PC capable of running it thrown out in the street for free ! It doesn't need processor grunt, a old Pentium 4 single core will eat it, what it does need is a decent PCI-E graphics card if you want the fastest frame rates your monitor will support like 60 to 75Hz in the highest quality mode.I have to admit it helps to know about computer hardware and I formatted and rebuit a PC just dedicated RowPro and thats all it does. The graphics card cost NZ$150 and it will be interesting to see if it will cope with the next version.
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