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Originally Posted by plasticspaceman View Post
In all my research, it seems like "user experience" is the main reason to go with Mac.
EXACTLY!

Sounds to me that you either need to purchase the SONY computer...or get more experience using Macintosh computers before making a buying decision. Try a visit to an Apple Store...and "play" around with the Mac's for a while.

If it really comes down to the "dollars & cents"...in the end you will probably buy the less expensive SONY anyway!

Mac's are about the experience, ease of use Mac OS, stability of the Mac OS, and much less problems with virus's and malware. Also remember...many many graphics professionals use Mac's (and have been for years & years)...so when you deal with fellow graphics professionals (who use Mac's)...you will be talking the same "computer language" if you are familiar with using Mac's.

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