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tinker board vs mac
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hello this is me concern tell me which one is better tinkerborad? or macbook
 if i am studying online also i am a free lancer which one is better for me?

please elaborate, secondly is any time tablet hire authentic platform to rent devices?
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(03-26-2020, 06:31 AM)zoeMartin Wrote: hello this is me concern tell me which one is better tinkerborad? or macbook
 if i am studying online also i am a free lancer which one is better for me?

please elaborate, secondly is any time tablet hire authentic platform to rent devices?

I think you better off getting the Macbook. Tinkerboard is limited in processing power and ram. If you are studying online, you will need various software to be installed for your online classes. Macbook will be much supported without much effort. I am not saying that you cannot use tinkerboard for online courses, but it may take a lot more effort for you to get those required software to work. Some may not even work at all, especially those proprietary software. 

I have a tinkerboard at apartment closer to my working place. However, I only use the tinkerboard for simple word processing and occasionally watch some news. If I need to have more work done, I have to remotely log in to my work server, which can be done with the tinkerboard. For portability, I still need a laptop.
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