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I own a 15" retina Macbook Pro, 13" non retina Macbook Pro and a 13" Air... should I purchase a 11" Macbook Air, 12" Retina Macbook and a 13" Retina Macbook Pro to have all the current Apple laptops?
 

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Yes, and then post from a cardboard box on McDonalds WiFi about how well your collection is turning out.
 
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T5BRICK

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I own a 15" retina Macbook Pro, 13" non retina Macbook Pro and a 13" Air... should I purchase a 11" Macbook Air, 12" Retina Macbook and a 13" Retina Macbook Pro to have all the current Apple laptops?
If you want to? Seriously though, why would you want to?
 

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I am in the same boat.
I am also thinking about finaly upgrading my G5 to a G6.
 

T5BRICK

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Hmmm... to own all the current laptops. But is it worth it?
What do you use them for? I could make a case for owning 2 or 3 Macs, but not all of the portables because there is quite a bit of overlap functionality wise. Especially between the retina MacBook and the MacBook Air.
 

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What do you use them for? I could make a case for owning 2 or 3 Macs, but not all of the portables because there is quite a bit of overlap functionality wise. Especially between the retina MacBook and the MacBook Air.
13" non retina Macbook Pro (Aperture)
15" retina (Photoshop)
13" Macbook Air (web browsing)

I prefer Apple's portables for some reason.

What Macbook should I get next?
 

T5BRICK

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13" non retina Macbook Pro (Aperture)
15" retina (Photoshop)
13" Macbook Air (web browsing)

I prefer Apple's portables for some reason.
Personally, I'd go with a 15" rMBP and a 12" rMB, and call it good. The 15" model is perfectly capable of performing all 3 of those tasks, but the 12" rMB would be nice and portable.
 

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Personally, I'd go with a 15" rMBP and a 12" rMB, and call it good. The 15" model is perfectly capable of performing all 3 of those tasks, but the 12" rMB would be nice and portable.
Hmmmm... I'll probably get the 12" retina Macbook next year. :) Then at that point I wouldn't own the 11" Air and the 13" retina Macbook Pro but I guess it doesn't really matter
 

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Personally, I'd go with a 15" rMBP and a 12" rMB, and call it good. The 15" model is perfectly capable of performing all 3 of those tasks, but the 12" rMB would be nice and portable.
This +1, that is all you need so you have one powerful machine to do heavy duty stuff and then ultra portable machine to use on the go.