Please refer to the systems specification section of the manual or the website for individual product specs.If you are planning to buy a new computer to run a Bravo unit use the following guidelines. These guidelines are meant to help you buy a sufficient computer.They are not meant to limit your choice of existing computers. You are not required to buy a computer like this to run a Bravo unit. Tech Support will never tell you to buy a specific computer. They may ask you to try another computer. It is always your decision to buy another computer for use with the Bravo.
Base Windows XP computer should include the following:
Base Windows Vista computer should include the following:
Do not spend extra money on the following. They will have no effect on duplication performance and in some cases may hinder performance:
The base computer is a very basic computer that could be purchased for as little as $400 depending brand and processor speed.
Note: Remember that with any system you use to run the Bravo it is best not to run any additional programs while the Bravo is running.Also, minimize the number of processes running in the background. Running applications and excessive processes will decrease the RAM available for duplication purposes.
This article is not intended to modify the product specifications printed in the manual or published on the website.
Note on Windows Vista While our Bravo products will work perfectly fine on Windows Vista, there is no good reason to get Vista instead of XP. In fact, if you are planning to buy a computer for the sole purpose of running the Bravo it is best to buy an XP computer.