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Dream Laptop for Designers?

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08-16-2009, 05:59 AM
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  Old  Dream Laptop for Designers?

I've read all about affordable laptops, but I'm wondering what you would get if price was no object. Which laptop is #1 on your list?

PS - I know MAC is going to be mentioned a lot, but I'd love to get some non-MAC responses

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sorry bout the non mac response but i love my macbook pro. AMazing to work with

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macbooks are perfect in my eyes! big enough screen plenty of oompth! (pronounced um-pth)

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LOL thanks for your responses guys! The only reason I don't use mac is because all my CDs are made for windows, and I've got quite a lot of CDs

Waiting for more responses!

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Originally Posted by crumblepie View Post
LOL thanks for your responses guys! The only reason I don't use mac is because all my CDs are made for windows, and I've got quite a lot of CDs

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That's understandable.

Personally, I'm going to have to say the Macbook Pro. However, if you have to go with Windows, maybe a Sony Vaio? I believe they are pretty nice.

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you can install windows on any mac now , and if you got a macbook pro you'll even be abble to use it in a virtual machine to avoid rebooting on windows

But if you really don't want a mac i think sony and lenovo produce really good computers

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I'd like a Macbook Pro. I can't even begin to try justify the price though.

Realistically I'd recommend going with Dell.

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