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

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I need to replace my MacBook and would like to buy the MacBook Pro. I use the laptop for business and it needs therefore to be big enough to work in the office all day whilst at the same time being mobile enough to take with me on trips overseas.
I am thinking about the 15" but would like advice as to which model to go for. Business wise I store files in dropbox but receive and send a lot of files with large attachments.I operate primarily through Office using Excel a great deal.
Any advice appreciated
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It sounds like the entry level 15" MBP will suffice for your needs. But here's an idea you might consider: Many business folks are going for the MBA because of its small and light weight size. The disadvantage is the smaller screen, however, keeping a large monitor at the office can offset that. More money for the additional monitor though.
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