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What is the best Mac Combo

by stvbrks6 / December 27, 2012 5:43 AM PST

Model Screen Processor Storage Ram Price Retina USB CD Apple TV

The iPad
iPad 9.7" A6X 32GB $600 Yes
iPad Mini 7.9" A5 32GB $430

The Combo
iMac 21.5" 3.1 Quad Turbo 3.9 1TB 16GB $2,149 Yes
MacBook Pro 13" 13" 2.9 Dual Turbo 3.6 128GB 8GB $2,077 Yes Yes Yes
Total $4,226

The Mac Suite
Macbook Pro 15" 15" 2.7 Quad Turbo 3.7 512GB 16GB $4,426 Yes Yes Yes
Thunderbolt 27"

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