This is my new 13-inch MacBook Pro and a 10.6-inch Samsung N220 Netbook next to it, both set-up for digital workflow use, while traveling to remote locations. As you can see in the picture above, both computers are capable of running Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (Version 3). The MacBook Pro is the newest mid-2010 version so it runs OSX 10.6 and the Netbook is running Windows 7. Continue reading “MacBook Pro 13-inch is the ideal computer for the traveling photographer.”
Ever wish you hadn’t erased that image on your camera? Or wish you hadn’t erased your memory card after transferring your image files to the computer? Better buy some digital image file insurance.
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* Extremely versatile—reads 24 popular memory card formats*
* Enables concurrent downloads and card-to-card file transfer
* Pop-up design protects card slots
* Quickly and easily transfer photos, videos, music, and files
* Includes USB cable—no external power supply needed
* One-year limited warranty
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Just like everyone else I have been waiting for something new to report about Apple Computers (other than the iPad). In other words I am waiting for newer, faster processors in the MacBook Pro line of laptops (all the other Apple products are probably of great interest to someone, but they don’t mean much to me).
I travel constantly and I am looking to replace my very old 17-inch Mac laptop (I won’t say which model, it is too embarassing) with a 13-inch MacBook Pro (and one of those new portable external monitors from MEDL Technology, when they become available). Since I use my laptop for storing and editing photographic images I of course want as much storage as possible on my internal HDD. I also carry an external drive for image back-up but I don’t want that to be my working drive, only back-up and portable archival storage.
So we obviously don’t have our speedy new MacBook Pro’s yet, but internal storage has just reached the magic 1-Terabyte mark (at least for Mac users in the Unites States of American and Canada). I have included a press release from TechRestore below.
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