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Is it worth of paying more for an Apply Mac laptop and why?

Should one goes for the Apply Mac (pay more) or Windows Laptop and why? The laptop is for home use and should be able to connect to an HD TV (Is it possible to connect to a Blu-ray DVD home theater also?) and external monitor LCD display and better video call/WebCam etc. Thanks for sharing your experience.

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The good news is this has plenty of discussions.

The bad news is that it is not worth it to you.

--> Even worse news when it comes to Blu-ray connections. I've lost count how many times the cheapest BD PLAYER works better than a BD equipped laptop. It appears many are still learning this lesson.

From your post you don't see the value in the Apple product so why not go with your choice?
Bob

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laptop suggestions

Hi there,

A PC laptop running Windows 7 is a really great value. For example, the Toshiba Satellite E205-S1904 can connect to your HDTV and has Intel? HD Graphics. It also has a fast i5 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and 500 GB of hard drive space.

What do you think?

Cheers,
Isabella
MSFT Windows Outreach Team

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Where is the Apply Mac better than Windows Laptop?

Where is the Apply Mac better than Windows Laptop, by the way?

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