will the new ibooks suit me?

Jonknox

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I run photoshop cs2 right now and have about 3000 songs on my pc. like 400 pictures also!

I dont do any high end computing but the thing im concerend about is screen resolution going from a 1280 by 1024 to the smaller resolution might be a change but Ill handle ti just one thing is photoshopt o clutter for the apple screen or will it work nicley?
 

acedickson

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Jonknox said:
I run photoshop cs2 right now and have about 3000 songs on my pc. like 400 pictures also!

I dont do any high end computing but the thing im concerend about is screen resolution going from a 1280 by 1024 to the smaller resolution might be a change but Ill handle ti just one thing is photoshopt o clutter for the apple screen or will it work nicley?
Yes. It'll do all that with no problem.
 

beige matchbox

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I know going from the 1280x1024 lcd back to a 1024x768 CRT made things feel rather cramped, but you soon get used to it

Best bet would be to apply the screen span hack (assuming it'll work with the new iBooks) and use your current screen when your at the desk, if your current screen has VGA of course,and use the internal screen elsewhere :)


Performance wise, you'll have no problem what so ever, i had way more than that on my iMac and it never skipped a beat :cool:
 

mklos

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Well, what I would do if I were is if you have an Apple Retail Store near by, or a CompUSA, or local Apple Comuter Shop, I'd go there and use an iBook. Kinda like a try before you buy type thing. Then you know what you're getting before you buy it. If you feel you need a little more power and capability, then get something like a 12" PowerBook, or 15" PowerBook.
 

Jonknox

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also do you think soon there will be 64 bit only software or is there even such a thing, im not good with all this computer stuff.
 

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CanadaRAM said:
Depends what your season is, and whether Lexan will compliment your natural coloring. Of course, you can always dress it up or down depending on how you accessorize...

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hahaah thats hilarious think ill get some of those ipod shuffle earings!