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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by krillin, Oct 21, 2010.
or do I throw my money down the drain
If you are photoshopping a 2MB file = yes
If you are retouching a 15GB multi-layer PSD file = maybe not. If you like watching beach balls, you are most welcome
Even a POS 1.4ghz laptop with 2gb RAM could handle Photoshop... Ohhhh wait
sorry for invading your thread, but i have similar questions.
how about on the 13.3 w/ top specs? will it be able to install and run cs5 master collection w/o any hiccups?
So I should avoid buying the new macbook air? I know my previous desktop computer (2,8 ghz core2duo, 4 gb ram) had problems saving non-resized pictures taken by my Nikon D90.
If you're set on a MBA get the maxed out 13" MBA with 256SSD 4GB and fastest CPU 2.13GHz
Otherwise get a MBP
My 15inch MBP 2.4 is ok on Canon EOS1D Mk 4 RAW files and I'm also hoping the maxed out 13inch Air can replace it with a similar speed due to the SSD. Need to save some space and weight in the bag.
I'd love to see a video of someone running CS5 on an 11 incher
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Oi Oi Oi, even the maxed out MacBook Pro won't run CS5 Master Collection "without hiccups".
But I'm sure it will be a pleasant experience as long as you stay away from extensive video editing.