Elfs17 wrote: You mean too intricately detailed, right?
You mean too intricately detailed, right?
No, I mean that your idea of what is 'good' and other peoples (like mine) will not be the same.
I guess not, but ideas never hurt anyone.
Elfs17 wrote: I guess not, but ideas never hurt anyone.
I would choose a 13" non retina, standard screen.
One of the slowest parts of your system is the hard drive. Replacing it with a SSD will provide the biggest single improvement to your system. It will also cost a lot, because SSD are way more expensive than HDD.
What are ssd's? Where can I buy them? Can I buy them at an apple store?
Thanks. See? Did it hurt anyone?
Elfs17 wrote: Thanks. See? Did it hurt anyone?
Other than you not having a clue why I would choose that, or indeed what my criteria for a 'good' display might be, no.
Elfs17 wrote: What are ssd's? Where can I buy them? Can I buy them at an apple store?
Buy an MBP with the SSD fitted when you choose your Mac.
SSD = Solid State Drive. Nothing rotates.
I might not know what's your 'criteria' for a good display, but that doesn't mean I don't know things.
Do you know approximately how much it costs?
Not how much a MacBook costs. How much a SSD costs.
My 512GB Crucial m4 series SSD can be had for about US$400 - from Amazon or from Crucial.
Can I get it with my laptop computer when I buy it or do I have to buy it someplace else?
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