Re: Mac laptops and Tech Comm
That being said, I wouldn't recommend a laptop for 'serious' use unless portability is a real requirement. Laptops are rather expensive for what you get, cannot be upgraded and are vulnerable to overheating. Creating a compact computer means a lot of compromises on build quality.
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