[NTLK] OT I need some advice on buying a Mac
newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Tue Feb 1 16:18:36 EST 2011
Sadly my recent visit to get my iPhone at a local Apple Store was NOT low pressure...the first time I'd seen that before.
Agreed that refurb is the way to go...out of all the Apple products I have, the only ones I bought new were my iPod and iPhone.
My iPhone purchase experience can be found here, under "Ruminations": http://www.newtonphoenix.org .
Sent from my AT&T iPhone 4
On Feb 1, 2011, at 10:27 AM, David Schultz <dschultzjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> I teach photoshop and indesign and do support for win/mac.
> As far as which model, any can handle creative suite. The main considerations are hard drive size/speed and RAM. The better question is form factor laptop vs. Desktop. Honestly, schedule an apple store appointment. They are low pressure high info.
> David V. Schultz, Jr.
> On Feb 1, 2011, at 11:21 AM, "Matt Howe" <matthowe at comcast.net> wrote:
>> My daughter is a graphic designer and professional photographer. Although
>> she learned Creative Suite on a Mac in college, because we are a PC family,
>> she bought a PC as her first computer. That PC now needs replacing and she
>> wants to go back to a Mac. She comes to her software developer father for
>> advice on her next computer, knowing I deal with Apple hardware (Newtons).
>> So my question is, What would you advise a young professional power user,
>> fresh out of college on a limited budget, buy in the way of a Mac to use
>> Creative Suite?
>> Matt (Ducky) Howe
>> Owner of a MP2000U and an Emate
>> SantaMatt at Gmail.com (Android LG Vortex)
>> matthowe at comcast.net (Desktop)
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