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I am new to the world of mac but and had 1 mac specific question and one general question regarding video storage.

Question 1 -

For editing HD video, will a 27in imac with the ATI Radeon be sufficient? I saw another post refer to additional RAM but I was informed by another source that mac's are a processor based system and rely almost exclusively on the processor for the production rather than the RAM.

Question 2 -

I will be going on vacation and will not be abel to bring a laptop with me. Are there any devices available today that would allow me to save info from a SD memory card without hooking it into a computer? (ex. an external hard drive) I looked all over for the answer but came up with nothing.

Thank you in advance!
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Nevermind found what I needed.
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