World of warcraft in ipod

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  1. irish_rebel9988

    irish_rebel9988 Banned

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  2. SumDaii

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    i can't believe my eyes!

    siously, i can't believe.
  3. irish_rebel9988

    irish_rebel9988 Banned

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    so its true

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  4. Sunka

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    Yes it's real wow?? rofl, this suck


    He is just using VNC
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    perhaps there's another reason why he cant believe his eyes...
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    yeah.. this is why..

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  7. TwisteD31

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    seriously, common sense, WoW isn't gonna be on the iPod...
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    1) just to get it on your ipod would eat almost all the memory
    2) your ipod would lagg the game so much you would move like 1 step an hour
    3) it would repeatedly crash cuz of the amount of memory it takes up
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    " To clarify, WoW is running on the MacBook Pro that you see in the beginning. The iPhone just serves as a separate screen and controller connected over the internet. Yes, it is very, very slow. Yes, it is just a series of images. That's how VNC works. The difference is that pieces of these images are dynamically updated as things change on the MacBook Pro's screen, although this process is extremely slow through the iPhone's web browser."

    Read the caption under the video...
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