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Hi im a new member, already have an Ipod & considering getting a macbook for small business use. Any advice for which 1 to go for??

Is there a section in the forrum where I can get experts for advice??

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That's a little hard to say for 2 reasons.

1. We don't know what you want to with for Macook. Why we need to know is so we can use this information to gauge which macbook/macbook pro os best for you.

2. We also don't know what kind of price range you have for this macbook.

I can say if you want to do any video/photo editing work I would suggest one with a dedicated graphocs card. But past that when we have info about points 1 and 2 then we can give you a good gauge at the best mac for you.
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hello Christine, it really depends on what suits you best, if you want a 13" screen or the bigger 15" ... but most of all what you're planning to do with your computer

for mail, web and document management any basic spec Mac will do ... but as your tasks get more demanding a faster machine might be appropriate, by more demanding I mean some sort of development, movie editing and so on
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Welcome to the board Christine. I have a 13" & am satisfied with it. But like the others said, it depends what you want to do with it.

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Is there a section in the forrum where I can get experts for advice??

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I wanna know where this section is as well...where do the "experts" hang out!

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I wanna know where this section is as well...where do the "experts" hang out!

- Nick
experts don't hang out, why would they, they're the experts they have their hands full
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Need more info. >_>" Please define "expert advice." As well as what software you are planning to use. Just saying that you are using a MB for a small business is kind of vague.

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