You forgot that the operative word there is *IF*. Many, most, work fine. And you would only need to use another computer *IF* you couldn't run the editor on one you have. It's not a fully standalone system so it needs a computer. I've not had any problems at all which is impressive considering it's a rather experimental digital system something like 15 years old. That's a good record if you ask me. But yes if you're not in to working with computers and whatever that entails it's something you should avoid and probably always has been.droolmaster0 wrote:Sure - if it doesn't work, just buy another computer. Sure. Issues like lack of space, etc - those are irrelevant. If nord cared about their customers, they would do minor updates to make the software compatible. And even if you want to be a fanboy and say that their support on this is exemplary, wtf should I buy something where I know that I'm going to have to buy another computer in order to use the hardware? Insane. The rational decision for me is to just boycott them.
Lots of people are using them with no problems at all. And at the worst how much space does a laptop take up? Once you've made your patches you can shove that under your bed if you like.