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should i get rid of my macbook pro?


barryg84

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Ive been thinking of selling my macbook pro mid 2010 with mountain lion and windows 7 ultimate 64 bit was thinking of getting a toshiba laptop id like some reasonable advice on what people think is it a good idea or not ps id like a fast windows laptop that i wont have to replace thanks in advance Barry

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SillBill

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Think you have posted in the wrong forum, Barry.

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Transferred to Tech Consumer advice from Mobile Phone Help

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wee eddie

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It doesn't matter what you get, it will always be ready for replacement in a couple of years.

Personally I'd keep the MacBook, unless there is something specific that it cannot do, which I doubt.

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All laptops have to be replaced eventually. Unless there's a specific reason for wanting to change I suggest that you save your money and stick with the Mac.

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