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Peter Humberd Portland-Is Apple Macbooks considered the best

by Peter_humberd_portland / December 7, 2015 4:23 AM PST

What the hell? I'm currently looking for a laptop for my Sister academics and well, I'm having trouble.. Main problem is I am very picky when it comes to shopping and it can compromise my experience. I looked at all of the reviews of certain laptops that caught my attention and there is that negative flaw with the device that puts a wedge of my interest. Significantly, most reviews always compare the laptop to an Apple laptop! Of course, I should get myself an Apple laptop since it is always commended right? Well no! I just don't want anything Apple related, I find their products and their business practices very problematic and abhorrent. I refused to deal with that ****! Anyway, as my original question states, Is Apple known for creating "great" laptops

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Best is still subjective
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 7, 2015 5:49 AM PST

And for me, for what I'm writing I'm on a Windows 8 and 10 laptop. However if I was writing an iOS app I'd be on the Apple laptops.

If we go back in time, the story changes. I was not a fan of early powerbooks.

As to if you should, it depends on what you will be doing. I don't know what Sist academics is.

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Not satisfied with Apple
by Peter_humberd_portland / December 7, 2015 9:01 PM PST

That what i am saying , i have used Apple laptop way back and i am not much satisfied with the performance about my sister academics she is doing Engineering so she really need a good laptop with pure value for my money .Well thank you for your reply mate .

Peter Humberd

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