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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

iBook - waht is the best mac for gfx work?


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hi
i will buy macbook to graphic work such as
3d max
photoshop
After Effects
illustrator
indesign

and i want macbook or macbook air or macbook pro
who can help me in thais work
waht the different between the three?
and what the best for me?
and waht the best specifications i have get in the mac?

and i want the answer on this q?if i buy i mac desktop?
thank you

and her is the System Requirements for
1-3d max
Autodesk - Autodesk 3ds Max - System Requirements
this system requirements for windos i dont find for mac

2-photoshop

Adobe Photoshop CS4 Extended: System Requirements

3-after afffects

Adobe After Effects CS4: System Requirements

4-illustrartor

Adobe Illustrator CS4: System requirements

5-indesign

Adobe InDesign CS4: System requirements
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get the best macbook pro you can afford!
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apple is ok
but iwant the best specifications off the i book
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Lol. That is a link. " apple" click it to go to the apple website. There you can see every spec they offer.

Hope this helps.
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