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Mac Notebook I want to buy a mac notebook, but I don't have a clue which one to get. I'll be using mainly for work, and presentations when I go to meetings. I don't use a heavy graphic software or stuff like this. Any input will be nice.

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Hi there
One of the easiest questions I've had to answer.

From what you say you do not need a high end spec.
A 13in macbook should suite you fine. In terms of cost it is the cheaper mac. The screen size can be a hassle but all you need to do is buy a separate monitor to complement the 13in screen. So when you are at you desk you run dual monitors and when you present you use the macbook.

I'd just recommend to upgrade the ram and hard drive. Presentations such as powerpoint are memory hungry.

Paul

http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/shop_mac/family/macbook?mco=MTIyMTM


Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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