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1208 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Oct 31, 2010 9:58 PM by Whitecity
In first class, it's great. In Coach, as long as you're not a big person, it should be fine. I am very careful with the person in front of me, being prepared if they're pushing the seat back. I've seen some screens get caught.
I carry a 17" onboard. It's a bit wide, but not really that bad. I always go for exit row seats, which have more room. Or upgrade to 1st!
Again, you should be fine with 15".MacBook Pro i7, 17". iPhone 4 (32GB). iPad 3G (64GB). Magic Trackpad., Mac OS X (10.6.4), No Windows here
Well then I guess you'll have to get a 15" since the 17" is to big and a 13" isn't a true Pro computer. Either that or you'll have to have a computer that's to big, or a computer that's not a "pro" computer or get a windows computer.
In addition to OrangeMarlin's comments, be careful with drinks; yours and your neighbors. Be careful when the attendants come around with the service wagon. Other than that it's a pleasant experience. MacBook Pro 2.8 Ghz 15" / 4 Gb Ram, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iPhone 3GS
I'm sorry I was not trying to disrespect the 13"
I just found pro applications recommend the 15" or the 17" and omit the 13"
This was despite the 13" having suitable juice for those appsMacBook Pro 5, 1, late 2008 edition, Mac OS X (10.6.3)
I find the 15 to be too large to comfortably use in coach.
If by 'pro' you mean 'heavy lift video apps', then I guess I agree, although it seriously depends on exactly what you're doing. The 13 is a very credible machine for most people.15" PB, Mac OS X (10.4.6)