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Apple Desktops Discussion of Apple's desktop machines including Mac Pro, iMac, Power Mac, and mini

iMac - hmmmmm... iMac.... MacBook... Wireless


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well, first of all, im EXTREMELY short on cash, so this help is important. Do you, the members of the Mac-Forum, think i should get a Normal Macbook or an Imac. (note: i already have a desktop PC, but no laptop and... NO MAC!) What do ya think?

Also, does the IMac have wireless capabilities built in? I know Macbook's do, duh!
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Since you already have a desktop and seem to want a Laptop, I would go with the Macbook. What do you plan to do on your Mac? Just the basic stuff? The Macbook would be great if you need portability. The only downside is if you are into advanced games due to the Intel Integrated Graphics.

The iMac has WiFi just like the Macbook.
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thanks man! Ill get an imac in a couple of years lolz!
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I think you should get a macbook tbh if you already have a desktop PC then you might as well get the macbook for portability. If its gaming you want then use your desktop for that and keep the mac for when your on the go

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