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Old Jan 8, 2013, 11:21 AM   #1
Sam235
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What should i buy ?? i need your opinions please :)

Hello All
I am currently studying Software Engineering in College, and taking Graphic design courses for fun, and I always use my laptop, so a laptop is a must, my laptop is always with me at all times, weight and size of the laptop are not really an issue,

I use my computer for:
-Programming
-Web Design
-Documents
-Mild Graphic Design (for Fun and Practice)
-Multi-Tasking
-General Stuff(Music, Email, Watching Movies, Skype Etc....
What i need:
-Laptop
-A lot of ram because i like to multi task and to keep programs open

In my country not a lot of people use Macs therefore selling a used Mac is kind of hard so i cant sell and upgrade very often, usually money is not a problem but I don't think that buying a 2k laptop each 2 years is a very smart choice...
Now for my Question:
Which Macbook Pro is most suitable for my needs??
and Based of my needs how often should i upgrade(Bases on your answer of the 1st question)
i was thinking like a 2k Macbook pro for 4 years or a 1k Macbook pro for 2 years..?
Your Opinions are much appreciated
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