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Hey everyone! So, I'm thinking of investing in a new laptop, preferably a Macbook Pro. I need a laptop that is good for basic gaming, such as The Sims 3, but nothing more than that. Also, document writing, music, photos, social networking via chat, etc. Therefore, the Macbook Pro seems like a pretty good laptop to suit my needs. However, I want to know the pros and cons of this laptop - does it get very hot while working or playing games? Is it fast? Reliable? Also, is it relatively easy to change from Windows to Mac? I know they are very different, but does it take a long time to get used to if you use the laptop regularly? I know, also, that they are overpriced, but I am just looking into getting one, nothing is for sure :) Thanks in advance!
I'm going to speak mostly from what my older brother in 4th year tells me, plus I know a lot from Macs Website. My bro's in his 4th year in University and has owned 1 macbook and is currently renting a Pro from his university: 1)Transition- Windows to Mac. It's one basically every Mac has gone through but I heard it was easy. 4 years ago when my bro first got his he was sooo happy and managed to figure out the basics in less than a day. Since then, Apple has made it easier to migrate and they have helpful tips and videos on their website : It should say Anatomy of a Mac at the button and watch the video. Voila! 2) Out of your uses, the most "resource intensive" ( one that needs the mos power" is most likely Sims 3d, as surfing the web, listening to music isn't much of a drain for new laptops. The regular macbook could even suit you fine, so the Pro is more than enough. You could probably type documets, listen to music , have facebook open and wouldn't experience any slow downs. Unless your doing a LOT of photo editing (which I doubt you are) than your pro is ready for the job 3) Another good thing is the battery life is really good on those things. The new ones last 9~ hours which is really good. Unless your screen brightness is on maximum, laptop speakers on super high, and running a lot of proccesess than your battery can last you a good amount of time 4) I personally like their design. 5) Reliability? Well his old macbook ( it was black) lasted him for the first 3 years of University and this one hasn't gotten him any troubles. One of the thing he liked the most was the fact that he has never had to worry about Viruses for the last 4 years. His older one's hard drive failed I think which is what screwed him over but if he had the cash, he would purchase another one. On the other hand, our two desktop PCs have been plagued with viruses. We've survived ( and desktops usually last longer than laptops any ways, because they're always still...) but I like the sound of 4 years of immunity. Only cons I can really think of is the price because some Windows PCs may have similiar specs but cost less or they may have more bang for their buck. Like a $600-$700 PC may be more useful to you than a $1200 Pro. However with the reviews it's getting ,the popularity, the sense of trying something new, long battery and no PC viruses ( it can get viruses but not nearly as much as XP did ) I would just get it. Hope I helped.. * A lot of people hate on Macs and they do have valid points, but don't spend for ever deciding. Besides, you only live once and I would rather get a laptop with a bunch of satisfied customer. Apple also brings up the point that Macs have an Operating System (OSX) and hardware built by them. Windows 7 on the other hand has to keep in mind that though it's an operating systems, it's got a bajillion of companies making the hardware plus drivers so it's not really all synced. Which is why buying a PC is sometimes harder because you may get a good Windows 7 laptop but if you buyt it from a **** company like MDG, it'll probably break in a year (happened with my cousin, the plastic parts just started coming off...)
The MacBook Pro in all sizes is rated higher than any of the Windows laptops. All Mac laptops are highest rated for tech support, reliability and customer satisfaction. As to being overpriced, you get what you pay for. To equip a Windows laptop with the same or similar software (there is no bloatware on a Mac) and hardware means spending about 15% less. For that extra 15% you also get a laptop that hasn't had a virus released for it in 5 years.
Too much money for an UNIX,But doesn't take much resources to run Linx machine use a PC or Power PC(Mac) so if you want one that has support and other stuff go with Red Hat Version is the paid version. The other Linux's DIYer types and Forum's for support.. Linux has more choices depends if you want a Testing distro or Stable Distro still use Crossover like Mac has to run Albertville Windows apps and Game. Cross over is to run games under Mac which are meant for Albertville only...if you into games better go PC Linux and Mac has had maybe a few known virus but its so rare with them do OS coding is different then Windows, in Albertville win coding is easy to make virus,male ware,worms,etc Besides open source software is free most use open source now if you mozilla FF,Seamonkey,T-bird. Theres a few Mac programs that Linux will run it just a matter of compiling a code to read .dmg files.
From what you listed as uses (gaming, music, ect) the MacBook pro isn't the best for that. I have a MacBook pro 15" . It's fairly new, got it last year. I downloaded Sims 3 and everytime I played it, it would get hot. I use my laptop for documents and graphic design. I used to have PC before my laptop and I found the transition really easy, in fact Its easier using mac than PC.
Im typing on one right now, jus got it last week. :) It rarely gets hot but if gaming you can download a free app that lets you control the fan speeds. Im getting sims 3 for it, i looked it up and it will run it, hope that helps. Checkout youtube, search macbook pro 15 or 13 sims 3 gaming.
Mac: Incompatible with most software and hardware on the market unless you spend more on it to run windows. Over priced, under powered, no where near the features of a PC that goes for half the price. PC: Compatible with most software and hardware on the market, competitively priced, full of features Mac doesn't have. It ain't rocket science. Spend half the money for twice the computer (PC) or twice the money for half the computer (Mac). You are in effect, paying a grand or more for that stupid apple on the cover.
If you want a labtop for simple gaming a macbook pro would be a good labtop for you; but if you are worried about price then i suggest a hp labtop, The hp has the same simple gaming abilities but it is just cheeper.