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    I use it mostly for e-mail, photos & researching topics
    10-29-2016 08:46 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    Any of the current MacBook models will be sufficient. If I recommend anything, it's that you get the most RAM you can afford when you make your purchase.
    10-29-2016 09:38 AM
  3. anon(9733642)'s Avatar
    I just bought a "new" MacBook Air 13 spec'd out. It's new but considered the Early 2015 model. Double edge sword though as I like having the USB ports but clearly Apple is moving in a different direction and we probably won't see direct USB ports.

    I had a mid 2009 MacBook Pro and went to the Air and it's way faster and much lighter, etc. But clearly tech has advanced so if you have the money for a new Pro and are willing to buy the adapters, go for it! That's said, the Air doesn't disappoint.
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    10-29-2016 09:43 AM
  4. nikkisharif's Avatar
    I just bought a "new" MacBook Air 13 spec'd out. It's new but considered the Early 2015 model. Double edge sword though as I like having the USB ports but clearly Apple is moving in a different direction and we probably won't see direct USB ports.

    I had a mid 2009 MacBook Pro and went to the Air and it's way faster and much lighter, etc. But clearly tech has advanced so if you have the money for a new Pro and are willing to buy the adapters, go for it! That's said, the Air doesn't disappoint.
    I agree with this. Love the new machines, but it doesn't seem like you'll need all the added features, OP.
    10-29-2016 09:47 AM

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