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post #21 of 48
Don't waste your money on a Mac. Don't get a laptop. Either a tablet or a netbook. If all you are doing is taking notes, surfing the web and word processing, Then you obviously don't need a freaking i5 cpu. The suggestions people said above are very realistic. I have been using a netbook for the same things you want to do. Holds up fine and very light and easy to carry around.

Something simple as this would easily cover your needs;

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MacBook air will have all the power and portability.
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I bought my wife a Lenovo x220t for Vet School. I think it was around $2,100. Freaking awesome Tablet PC. Better than the utter crap I have from HP(Work PC). She takes all of her notes with Onenote.

I will advise against a tablet(iOS or Andriod).

I also have a 13" MBP(2011). I take it with me when I travel for work. I have the full Office 2011 suite and a VM of Windows 7 if needed. Also a few other VM's for work related stuff. Don't let anyone tell you that you cannot be productive on it. That is a lie.

So, just try to keep within your budget.

For college, I bought what I could. Something that would last up to 4 years. It was actually an HP zv5000 with an AMD Athlon64. I knew I had a limited budget and didn't want to spend more than $800, so I stuck to that. The rest of the money went to books, food and gas for the car.

There are loads of laptops to choose from. Make sure to get one with a trackpad and keyboard you like. Go to Bestbuy and try out some of the laptops. That helps.

Also, you already have a custom PC. So you don't need to spend a lot more on a laptop built for gaming.

Remember, you will have it for a few years. So make sure you like it!

Edit/ Here is a print out of a Lenovo x220t for $1,539. This is directly from Lenovo. Sometimes you can find them cheaper from a Reseller.

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ThinkPad X220t - 1 Yr Depot Topseller Warranty
Processor:Intel Core i7-2640M Processor (2.8GHz, 4MB L3, 1333MHz FSB)
Operating system: Windows 7 Professional 64
Operating system language: Windows 7 Professional 64 English
Display type:12.5" Multitouch HD (1366x768) LED Backlit Display, Mobile Broadband Ready, 2x2 Antenna
System graphics:Intel® HD Graphics 3000
Total memory:4 GB DDR3 - 1333MHz (1 DIMM)
Keyboard:Keyboard US English
Pointing device:TrackPoint and TouchPad
Camera:Camera, HD 720p
Hard drive:320 GB Hard Disk Drive, 7200rpm
Battery:ThinkPad Battery 52+ (6 cell)
Power cord:Country Pack North America with Line cord & 65W AC adapter
Integrated WiFi wireless LAN adapters:Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 (2x2 AGN)
Integrated mobile broadband:Integrated Mobile Broadband - Upgradable
Language pack:Language Pack US English

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post #25 of 48
If you plan on doing any games id go PC, you get more for the $.
 
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post #26 of 48
i actually like my mac book, i use it for note taking and web surfing, im might even throw a ssd in it jus to speed things up

but i must say macs are very overpriced
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post #27 of 48
even though i am a fan of uber powerful hardware and obsessed on upgrading my computer

my vote goes to macbook air


why?

first of all the build quality and looks, i mean no other laptop comes close to the unibody aluminum of macbook air


2nd is portability, one of the lightest and thinnest laptop around so you won't have any trouble using it or moving it from one place to another


3rd is battery life, probably one of the best if not the best battery life out there. you are guaranteed to have atleast 6hours of battery life doing some intensive task such as watching HD videos, etc...


4rth is performance, you don't need a GTX 580 or i7 2600 for notebook. the sandy bridge 1.6Ghz coupled with a 64GB SSD that is very fast for usual task stuf that you do like paper works or browsing and have excellent battery life. at $999, i do not see any other laptop that have similar battery life, as good build quality(aluminum), as light and the laptop itself hold its value very well so you can sold it at minimal loss
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post #28 of 48
I hate Macs but they really are the greatest laptops. Get the maxed out 15 incher Pro if you can afford it. They have amazing battery, good screens, decent enough specs and a 6770m will actually run quite a few games.

And this is coming from someone who hates Macs. (I love my iPhone though). I am seriously considering one for my next laptop.
    
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Originally Posted by iCrap View Post
I hate Macs but they really are the greatest laptops. Get the maxed out 15 incher Pro if you can afford it. They have amazing battery, good screens, decent enough specs and a 6770m will actually run quite a few games.

And this is coming from someone who hates Macs. (I love my iPhone though). I am seriously considering one for my next laptop.
I used to hate them too. But a couple engineers I know let me use a 13" MBP for a day and I just couldn't let go of it. So I bought one the next day. It was that or a Lenovo Thinkpad. Both are equally as nice in terms of build quality and hardware.
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After having used both Windows (For years) and OSX, I would install OSX on all my computers if I could. No registry cleanups, Spy/Adaware scans, virus sweeps, or reformats to get the OS running faster again. It all just works. For some reason, I was always tinkering with my Windows install because something was always "not right" or sluggish. Never had any of that on OSX.

While yes, Apple computers are expensive, they offer a great product and in my opinion are worth it.

Although if you're interest is gaming, stick with a PC. But for everything else, I wish Apple made it easy to install OSX on regular hardware.
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