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Old 08-05-2017, 07:51 AM   #1
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I have never owned a mac, always been a windows person. My wife wants a laptop and has always wanted a mac. So I need some suggestions. First where is the best place to buy them. Next she will be using it for basic stuff but also will be using it to edit photos. I am not wanting to spend a lot but I know macs aren't cheap. Definitely would like to not go much over $1500 but cheaper is better. Thanks
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I would start with MacBook Air. I've bought 1 for my wife and she's happy. And, yes, ONLY buy from authorized store. Also, try to see/compare products on apple website, you may find something that you like to add to your purchase. Apple = good choice.
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