|Quoting NIKV69 (Reply 1):|
I have a 5 year old Dell Laptop with a calibrated screen that does ok.
|Quoting Silver1SWA (Reply 3):|
as far as editing for airliners.net, pretty much any screen is possible. You just have to learn how to read the image from the display and to adapt your workflow accordingly.
|Quoting RonS (Thread starter):|
However the Macbook's are much more money it seems. Are they really worth the extra money? Seems like the 15inch with a 512MB video cars is around 1900 and the 17 inch with a 512MB card is around $2400.
|Quoting Cpd (Reply 5):|
Especially when out and about away from power, the battery life is dependable, and they are quite fast. They are also fairly compact and relatively light for their specs.
|Quoting WakeTurbulence (Reply 2):|
I think the Macbook's have better build quality overall but I am happy with my Dell.
|Quoting Iamlucky13 (Reply 11):|
However, the general quality is probably a lot closer for the Latitude or Vostro series laptops available through the business section of dell.com
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