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

Use Of my Current Monitor on The MACBook Pro


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I'm currently using a Sony Artisan GDM-C520K CRT Monitor on my Windows PC. I'm seriously thinking of buying an 15" MacBook Pro and will be using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop on it. I would like to know if I can connect this to MacBook and if so what adapter will I need to buy, is any other software I will need, and will it require a specific set-up? Would it be better to install Microsoft Operating system on this MacBook to make it work? Arnold
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Also check the resolution specs for Sony and see if they correspond to supported resolutions on MacBook, then check for adaptors. Mac specs here i u need them Apple MacBook Specs (All MacBook Technical Specs) @ EveryMac.com
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Thanks for your input, Adubin


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Also check the resolution specs for Sony and see if they correspond to supported resolutions on MacBook, then check for adaptors. Mac specs here i u need them Apple MacBook Specs (All MacBook Technical Specs) @ EveryMac.com
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Here is sample of adaptors from Apple Displays & Graphics - Apple Store (U.S.)
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