Best laptop for me? 2013

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Best laptop for me? 2013

Message par  le Jeu 31 Jan - 4:16

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I know there are various threads discussing this, however, I haven't found one matching my needs.



I've been looking to get a new laptop for a few months now and I'm not exactly sure which one to get.



I am looking at three main options, and please keep in mind I will want to keep this laptop with me for a long time, throughout the most part of university (I'm currently in Grade 10).



The first option would be the higher-end 15" rMBP which has a 2.6gHz Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor, 8GB of ram and a 512GB SSD and would be $3047.41 after taxes.



Second option is a 13" MacBook Air with a 2.0 gHz Intel Core i7 Dual-Core processor, 8GB of Ram and a 512GB SSD. This one would be $2394.16. My only doubt here being the reduced processor speed? Is it really that bad?



3rd option is a 13" rMBP with a 512GB SSD and upgrade, i7 2.9 gHz processor. This one would be $2938.54



I'm currently attending 10th grade and will use this computer mostly for research, writing essays, PPT presentations and homework, as well as the usual web surfing (Facebook, youtube, tech sites) and email. I need the big SSD because i will also use it as my main media hub with photos, movies and music. As i mentioned above I would like a computer that i can rely on for a long time and also use in university (if it helps, i'm looking to go into computer engineering) last ideally about 4/5 years. My doubt with the MacBook Air is the processor which looks to be a bit slow. Also is the retina display really worth it for what I will do? Lastly, my doubt with the 15" rMBP is the bigger screen with I'm not used to, and I have concerns on its portability, any thoughts on this?



Thanks in advance for the suggestions,



Pietro</div>


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I know there are various threads discussing this, however, I haven't found one matching my needs.



I've been looking to get a new laptop for a few months now and I'm not exactly sure which one to get.



I am looking at three main options, and please keep in mind I will want to keep this laptop with me for a long time, throughout the most part of university (I'm currently in Grade 10).



The first option would be the higher-end 15" rMBP which has a 2.6gHz Intel Core i7 Quad-Core processor, 8GB of ram and a 512GB SSD and would be $3047.41 after taxes.



Second option is a 13" MacBook Air with a 2.0 gHz Intel Core i7 Dual-Core processor, 8GB of Ram and a 512GB SSD. This one would be $2394.16. My only doubt here being the reduced processor speed? Is it really that bad?



3rd option is a 13" rMBP with a 512GB SSD and upgrade, i7 2.9 gHz processor. This one would be $2938.54



I'm currently attending 10th grade and will use this computer mostly for research, writing essays, PPT presentations and homework, as well as the usual web surfing (Facebook, youtube, tech sites) and email. I need the big SSD because i will also use it as my main media hub with photos, movies and music. As i mentioned above I would like a computer that i can rely on for a long time and also use in university (if it helps, i'm looking to go into computer engineering) last ideally about 4/5 years. My doubt with the MacBook Air is the processor which looks to be a bit slow. Also is the retina display really worth it for what I will do? Lastly, my doubt with the 15" rMBP is the bigger screen with I'm not used to, and I have concerns on its portability, any thoughts on this?



Thanks in advance for the suggestions,



Pietro</div>


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