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What laptop is the best for web design?

By girlwiz64 ·
I'm starting to work in the web design world and want to purchase the right laptop for this kind of work. I've researched so many, just too many choices out there. Can someone recommend one?

Thank you,
girlwiz

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A girl wizard

by santeewelding In reply to What laptop is the best f ...

Who is dear to me, and a professor of fine art, to boot, has been doing all her work for years with an Apple.

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So Santee

by OH Smeg In reply to A girl wizard

What's wrong with a Apple Mac?

After all most of TR appears to be designed using a Apple Mac.

But as I can see that well from the older TR Site Upgrades anyway it must mean something.

But for the OP any system that you are familiar with will do.

Col

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a Apple Mac

by santeewelding In reply to So Santee

Might suit you, too, Col.

I hear from my daughter that hers simply will not allow mis-typing of indefinite articles.

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My HP

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to a Apple Mac

allows for mistyping. My personal, internal circuitry catches it.
Mostly.

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Santee did you ever consider

by OH Smeg In reply to a Apple Mac

That the problem with your daughters Mac isn't the Mac but the user?

I've seen way too many instances where the wrong person buys the wrong type system to do a job and then complains when ti doesn't work the way that they want it to.

Sort of like expecting a Stick Welder to do the same job as a MIG because they after all are both Electric Welders so they should do the same job. :^0

But here I was attempting to point out that if a person has been using one type platform for a long time they are probably better sticking to it as they know how to use it. Without the major learning curve involved in learning a different platform.

I have many customers who love their Mac's not really sure why myself but they do work quite well when used by someone who knows how to use them.

I've also seen examples where a user is forced to a different platform which they have never used and constantly complain because it's different. The real problem is that they do not know how to use it like they knew how to use the platform that they came from. Kind of like people who use Domestic Gasless Mig's have problems when they attempt to use one of those Big 3 Phase Mig's with a A Bottle. They never get the Gas flow right.

Col ]:)

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Santee

by santeewelding In reply to Santee did you ever consi ...

Considers Everything, to include consideration itself.

Including the HAL unit providing orbital reconnaissance for our TR A-Team on its way to Yemen (http://techrepublic.com.com/5208-1009-0.html?forumID=102&threadID=334164&tag=results;CR56). You do have that under tow, do you not?

Advise as to their progress.

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Someone feed the A Team

by OH Smeg In reply to Santee

Boxfiddlers Choc Chip Cookies and they all died.

Hal 9000 didn't have the heart to break that news to you on that thread.

Col

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Bottle?

by santeewelding In reply to Santee did you ever consi ...

Singular?

I got me three: argon/CO2/O2. Flowmeters with Y-connectors. Three-phase power source. Two suitcases. One, 5356; the other, E70S. I wet my finger and put it to the air as to which is what and how much.

Drives learners crazy.

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Yep fun isn't it? EOM

by OH Smeg In reply to Bottle?
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