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Hey guys, I'm considering purchasing a 2012 MacBook Pro 13.3 non retina for college next year. I currently have my desktop that I am bringing, but I want a laptop of some sort and I am thinking of a Macbook. I've had MacBooks in the past, but I guess I just didn't feel like learning OSx at the time.

So let me know what you guys think

Thanks!
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Hey guys, I'm considering purchasing a 2012 MacBook Pro 13.3 non retina for college next year. I currently have my desktop that I am bringing, but I want a laptop of some sort and I am thinking of a Macbook. I've had MacBooks in the past, but I guess I just didn't feel like learning OSx at the time.
What will you be taking at college if you don't mind me asking?

Macbook non Retina is a well balanced machine (You can get a refurb Retina 13" with the same 1Yr Apple warranty for 1200 from Apple direct last I checked).

I got the 2011 model used off craigslist still under extended warranty for 900CAD, upgraded to 8GB and a SSD in it as I said above.
Beautiful little work machine. Battery is at 85% life and I still get 9 hours of word/chrome and 4-5 hours of Adobe/3D work/coding/Unity3D. Handles everything just fine for what I use on a regular basis, it will struggle with some massive Maya scenes but HD3000 is to blame for that. Keyboard and trackpad are a absolute joy to use. Any document writing ill do on my MBP vs my desktop for the keyboard.

It is a bit expensive though for basic college tasks though compared to what else is out.
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Well I'm not completely sure yet, but as of now I'm set on Bio Engineering.

Basically I'd use this to carry with me if I need to go to the library, or something like that.

The reason I'm looking at the pro and not the air is that you can upgrade the ssd/ram.

I don't need anything to powerful, but maybe I'll look for something a little less expensive, haven't made up my mind yet.
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Hmm, I'm not a Mac User, but I might plan to in the future if I decide to get one.
There is few complaints from me.

First thing, of course, is the pricing. I mean as most PC's User will say for that price you can get a powerful laptop.

Second thing, of course, is the specs. Same thing as ^^ there.

Third thing, just a bit paranoid, is that it attracts attention. i mean people know that you spend a huge sum of money on a MBA or MBP, and it's like saying "Hey, man, I just a thousand dollar Macbook Air/Pro. Why don't you come over here to steal it." - That is the feeling and thought that I keep getting whenever I think about MBA or MBP.

That's just my complaints, so don't throw in a fist or anything like that.

What advantages does MBP have in term of softwares/careers?
     
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Specs arent that bad for the price in the Air and Retinas.
Air vs Windows Ultra same specs/money with a few trade offs here and there, Retina 13' the closest Windows machines are the same price and running ULV not full mobile i5 like the Retina.
Retina 15" has only one rival which is just as pricey for the same specs minus the screen. Cant find a lightweight machine with a full mobile i7, 1800p IPS and lasts just as long on a charge.

The Pros however have a pricing/spec issues. They could be priced better or speced better for the 1200+.
It boggles my mind why the 15" Pro for instance still doesn't have atleast the 1680x1050 screen standard and the 1920x1200 as a upgrade and 8GB+ standard.
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What advantages does MBP have in term of softwares/careers?

Versatility. Having the best of both software camps.
OSX for XCode, Windows/Lunix easily for everything not OSX native like Visual Basic.
Audio/Video production is far superior in my mind, no fuss drivers/software. When you get to video/image/audio real time processing especially. Reliability in stage production.
Journalism - Keyboard/trackpad comfort, Reliability and longevity on charge.

The advantages are more toward multimedia and programming then anything though.
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Specs arent that bad for the price in the Air and Retinas.
Air vs Windows Ultra same specs/money with a few trade offs here and there, Retina 13' the closest Windows machines are the same price and running ULV not full mobile i5 like the Retina.
Retina 15" has only one rival which is just as pricey for the same specs minus the screen. Cant find a lightweight machine with a full mobile i7, 1800p IPS and lasts just as long on a charge.

The Pros however have a pricing/spec issues. They could be priced better or speced better for the 1200+.
It boggles my mind why the 15" Pro for instance still doesn't have atleast the 1680x1050 screen standard and the 1920x1200 as a upgrade and 8GB+ standard.
Versatility. Having the best of both software camps.
OSX for XCode, Windows/Lunix easily for everything not OSX native like Visual Basic.
Audio/Video production is far superior in my mind, no fuss drivers/software. When you get to video/image/audio real time processing especially. Reliability in stage production.
Journalism - Keyboard/trackpad comfort, Reliability and longevity on charge.

The advantages are more toward multimedia and programming then anything though.

How about web coding and video game's programming?
How well is their softwares in OSX?
     
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I also wonder what Apple is going to do next with their new Macbook Air/Pro/iPad and etc.
     
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How about web coding and video game's programming?
How well is their softwares in OSX?
Web coding goes either way I see no benifit
Game programming is good for mobile game development. Maya + Adobe + Unity iOS/Android works great for example. Any computer game best get Windows or dual boot/virtualize Windows for UDK/CryuEngine and get best of both.

I'll be upgrading my 13" Pro if I manage to get this internship for the Fall, I spend more time out of the house so desktop upgrades so a new laptop woould be better used.
I'm hoping the new 13" Retina gets a dedicated GPU. My perfect laptop. Full haswell mobile i5, 8GB DDR3-1600, 256GB SSD, 1600p IPS, dedi GPU for CUDA and OpenCL acceleration.
If not a Haswell 15" Retina 256GB/16GB it is
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