New MBP C2D 2.2 , What to do with it ?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by MoeOz, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. MoeOz macrumors member

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    Well Guys , i usually use it for Browsing , music , video , etc .. no hard work , some games thru Vista-Bootcamp yes thats all i guess ..
    i mean its a powerful machine designed for much more working i bet , so im open to suggestions :D


    PS: its almost new and yeah i didnt buy it in the first place but i like it and i dont wanna sell it either , i juz wanna do more stuff with it .
     
  2. iDAG macrumors 65816

    iDAG

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    There is several things you can do with your Mac. You could make a movie, make a song, make a podcast, make a website, make a DVD, make a photo album as well as many other things. :)
     
  3. shoppy macrumors 6502a

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    I have just ordered a keyboard to us with logic express and studio. Then I have an interface so I can plug my guitar in and muck about making some music.
     
  4. MoeOz thread starter macrumors member

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  5. Csmitte macrumors 6502

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    As a new Mac user I can only say what I do with mine. First off I have a dotmac membership, and an iphone, so with that being said I take alot of pictures, I have been using my MBP for alot of photo editing and when I am done with that I upload the Photo's onto dotmac for my family to view. Also whenever I take an interesting photo with my iphone I can Immediately upload it to my dotmac account. I also use it as a multimedia platform, I plan to make a movie, and do all the house hold bills and such as soon as I find a suitable program. So here is my list: college student, Multimedia platform, Photo editing, record keeping, Movie editing/production, as well as all the basic computer uses.
    cheers
     
  6. bking1000 macrumors 6502a

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    Rent movies through iTunes and watch them on TV through the DVI to s- or composite video adapater ($20)
     

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