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

Macbook - MacBook.. or MacBook Pro?


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Ok..

At first I wanted a Macbook Pro due to the amazing specs it has..
but after buying an iBook to get used to Mac OS I have grown to love the tiny size of my 12" G4..
Macbook Pro's smallest shell is 15" but the Macbook offers a 13"...
Also I love the iBook because of the white case gloating a signiture apple feature..

I no that I shud look at what I need spec-wise for what i'm going to use it for..

I want mainly to use this laptop for Online gaming watching movies (and the general mac uses music, photo's, vid's, etc...)
The macbook pro offers a mammoth 256mb graphics card!!!!
But the macbook only offering a 64mb Graphics card (same size as in my PC laptop which i bought nearly 4yrs ago!!!!)
1 thing that confuses me tho is this:

Intel GMA 950 graphics processor with 64MB of DDR2 SDRAM >"shared with main memory"<

What does shared with main memory mean!?!?!?!

My dream laptop would be the spec of the Macbook Pro in a white 12" case...
but we all no this ain't available... yet...

Can anyone help me deside..??
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Shared memory means the memory for the video card is actually the system ram.
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If you're using it for graphic heavy games then I would go MBP.
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