I would like to ask if an Intel CPU (specifically, the Atom N280 usually present in netbooks) can handle Windows Remote Desktop Connection even if it doesn't have an Intel® Virtualization Technology feature?
I'm planning to buy a netbook just for mobile office work that can handle remote desktop connection.
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RDC isn't reliant on VT, more on your network bandwidth and the procesing power of the remote system, if your going to use the netbook for remote access, all its doing is displaying the screen and sending key/mouse controls etc.