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Apple laptops lead in Consumer Reports ratings

According to a New York Times article, Apple walked away with several of the top honors in a recent Consumer Reports review of laptop computers.  MacBooks rated first in the 13-inch category, the 14-to 16-inch size, and the 17-inch list.  And, if you don’t mind the price, the 15-inch MacBook Pro was rated overall with a score of 75 out of 100, ahead of a 64-rated Toshiba Satellite (the Pro costs $2,000, the Toshiba $700).

My daughter loves her 13-inch MacBook.  And I have been happily working all day on my virtually trouble-free MacBook Pro.  I have to admit, however, that I was feeling better before the New York Times pointed out the price difference between the MacBook Pro and the Toshiba Satellite.

Should lawyers switch from PCs to Macs?

I’ll begin this post by admitting I’m a Mac addict. I switched to a Macbook Pro as my primary computer over a year ago, and I hope I never have to use a PC again. The best thing about my Mac is that 99% of the time it just works. The long hours I used to spend on the phone with tech support have been eliminated. [Read more…]

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