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hello, I had it with windows and thus I will be purchasing a powerbook soon but i can't make up my mind. my options are buying a 12in revc or a 15in rev b for approximately the same price. I want the screen size and portability is not a problem but i also want the power of the revc. Thus if i get the 15in rev and just upgrade the ram to 756mb how would it compare to the revc with 256 or 512mb of ram? I will not do any extensive stuff yet but I jst want a powerful mchine for a lot les money.
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768mb will be excellent...far more powerful than 256mb, and considerable more so than 512mb....if you really want he screen size, and don't have a problem with the portability factor...go with the 15"
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