Adobe performance on iBook 1.42 vs MacBook 2.0

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Sep 19, 2006
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I want to buy my wife a new laptop to replace her G4 500 iBook. I’m looking at the two models in the subject, the last iBook (G4 1.42) vs a MacBook (2.0 Intel Core Duo) She runs Adobe applications, including obviously Photoshop, as well as InDesign and Illustrator. So can anyone give me insight on which one would be better for her? I know about the non-Universal Adobe applications for the Intel stuff yet, that’s why I’m wondering. I guess another thing about it is even if I choose the MacBook, while it might not perform as well as the iBook, would it still run better than the G4 500 iBook she has now? If this is the wrong newsgroup for this, I apologize and would appreciate if you could tell me a more appropriate group. Thanks for any help
-joltman

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joltman
Sep 19, 2006
Also, I probably should have pointed out that she’s running I believe CS 1 versions of the Adobe applications.

joltman wrote:
I want to buy my wife a new laptop to replace her G4 500 iBook. I’m looking at the two models in the subject, the last iBook (G4 1.42) vs a MacBook (2.0 Intel Core Duo) She runs Adobe applications, including obviously Photoshop, as well as InDesign and Illustrator. So can anyone give me insight on which one would be better for her? I know about the non-Universal Adobe applications for the Intel stuff yet, that’s why I’m wondering. I guess another thing about it is even if I choose the MacBook, while it might not perform as well as the iBook, would it still run better than the G4 500 iBook she has now? If this is the wrong newsgroup for this, I apologize and would appreciate if you could tell me a more appropriate group. Thanks for any help
-joltman

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