Macbook 2.16ghz


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major_tom

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anyone using CS2 or CS3 on a MB 2.16Ghz?
It's my 1st venture into Mac and thinking of getting a black MB.
The MBP is way outta my budget
MI selling the MB with free 2GB Ram upgrade.

Am not intensive user of PS...just simple touch-ups only
 

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anyone using CS3 or CS3 on a MB 2.16Ghz?
It's my 1st venture into Mac and thinking of getting a black MB.
The MBP is way outta my budget
MI selling the MB with free 2GB Ram upgrade.

Am not intensive user of PS...just simple touch-ups only
Flys like a rocket. Intel Core 2 Duo and CS3 is made for each other.
 

Klose

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It's perfect! ;p
 

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The MB is more than good enough for PS work. The only drawback is its smaller screen estate, but if you are on a budget, it'll do. I'm running PS CS2 on a Powerbook G4, and it is already very competent.
 

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anyone using CS2 or CS3 on a MB 2.16Ghz?
It's my 1st venture into Mac and thinking of getting a black MB.
The MBP is way outta my budget
MI selling the MB with free 2GB Ram upgrade.

Am not intensive user of PS...just simple touch-ups only
Care to share how much it'll cost bro?
 

major_tom

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Care to share how much it'll cost bro?
same price as posted on apple.com.sg but comes with FREE 2GB ram upgrade.
The Black MB costs abt S$2500+
I guess the new MB is coming out next week.....;)
 

major_tom

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The MB is more than good enough for PS work. The only drawback is its smaller screen estate, but if you are on a budget, it'll do. I'm running PS CS2 on a Powerbook G4, and it is already very competent.
my only quibble is the superdrive that only supports DVD +DL as compared to MBP which supports both formats.
 

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There's really not much difference between DVD+R DL or DVD-R DL.
All you have to do is just buy the correct DVD will do.

Also, a DL DVD cost like around $4 a piece nowadays.
 

major_tom

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There's really not much difference between DVD+R DL or DVD-R DL.
All you have to do is just buy the correct DVD will do.

Also, a DL DVD cost like around $4 a piece nowadays.

it's not that but my present DVR doesnt accept +R DL :(
 

major_tom

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yep hope no change in price. Sent dr itouch :)
 

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