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3D / video rendering in PBs


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Hey guys i'm thinking of getting the new 15" PB andam wondering if anyone tried 3d or video rending using G4 PB b4? Is it very slow? I'v already got a desktop but just that i need a portable notebk for mi to work on some of my work while overseas etc, but im not sure of the new PBs are gd enough for that kinda work.

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