New laptop on New year

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by jack19, Dec 28, 2006.

  1. jack19 macrumors newbie

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    i'll be searching to get an other laptop in the other class for recording and mix. i operate samp 9 pro with a RME FF800. i would LIKE to have a FW800 interface, but at least 1 FW400 if that is non potential, 2 home HDs would be good, multiple reminder help, 1GB RAM (elastic) and Intel Core 2 Duo placed. i'm in Ireland then will likely tell from the UK. not involved in a Mac. sturdyness and dependability both welcome. any suggestions? still of a specific retailer/maker? budget will be €2K, possibly EX VAT if i can get it through job (fingers covered) more thanks, merry christmas, richie.
     
  2. LeviG macrumors 65816

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    Any chance you can type that out again so that I can understand what exactly you're after.

    The lack of paragraphs make it difficult to get to grips with what you're trying to say.
     
  3. pianoman macrumors 68000

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    if you want FW800, you're only option on the Mac side is the MacBook Pro. i don't know of any Windows machines that have FW800 built-in. with the MacBook Pro, you'll also have a FW400 and the option to upgrade your hard drive to 200GB and the RAM to 3GB.
     
  4. islandman macrumors 6502

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    MacBook Pro has some of what you're after (FW800), Intel Core 2 Duo, RAM. It only holds 1 HD, but you can get 200GB. I wouldn't recommend anything but a Mac, personally.
     
  5. AutumnSkyline macrumors regular

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    I agree, although you said that you do not want to get a mac, the only choice that I know of is the Macbook pro, and it has all that your asking for plus much more. If you want me to convince you to buy a Mac, I can : ) I had to convince my parents to buy me an iMac. I spent a half hour explaining the basics, and here I am a month and a half later on my shiny iMac love it *kisses the spacebar *
     
  6. jack19 thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Thank you guys your advice was really helpful for me
    Thank you all once again.........:D
     
  7. diadem macrumors regular

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    did you mean you dont want a mac but your posting on a MAC web site :confused:
     

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