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Would I be able to operate finalcut ok with this. Or would I need the 15 in intel graphic chip? I won't do huge video projects. Just small videos once in a while
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You might want to wait another month or so before buying a MacBook Pro 13" machine. Apple should be refreshing them soon. The new ones will have the Haswell chipset along with a much better graphics processor (Intel HD 5000). The current MBP 13" should be able to run Final Cut, however.
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