Loc: Alpharetta, GA
Hmmmm, tell me more about this "business discount". I signed up for promotions, etc. via my business with our local Apple store. If they have a discount they could offer, I would consider buying from them vs. online.
Think you would be happy running Adobe CS apps on that one? I've actually thought of getting one since it's a pretty nice price point and my wife is sharing my MBP right now and, you're right, it can be a real PITA. I don't want to set it down to take a bathroom break because she'll grab it.
I had never heard of the "business discount" prior to my visit. It amounts to around 8% or so. They asked for no ID or business license - I just gave them the name of my Web site (which technically is a business for me since I made a living off it for the last 9 months or so).
As far as the Adobe CS4 apps running on the 13" MBP - I have Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver and Bridge installed - all run at more than acceptable speeds. The only downer (which is the case with any laptop, including the 17" MBP) is the small screen. Other than that, they run fantastic on it.
Keep in mind that I got the model with 4GB of RAM - which obviously makes a big difference (along with the slightly faster processor).
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