Sadly my computer I bought during undergraduate landscape architecture days is being laid to rest. I've been comparing and looking at different macbook pro's and am really not tech savvy enough to know what would be best and wanted to see if anyone had recommendations.

The most taxing activity I'll be doing is running adobe photoshop, indesign, or other adobe suite programs simultaneously. I do freelance renderings, and just need something to run smoothly while I'm editing in adobe programs and running the internet.

Any help would be appreciated!

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Addison,

Did you ever find an appropriate solution.  If not, I'm happy to make a recommendation based on switching from a PC to a Mac last summer after spending my entire adult career on a PC.

take it easy,
Jeff

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