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iBook v Toshiba Portege R600

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HI all wondering if anyone can give me some feedback on either the MacBook Pro or the Toshiba Porege R600. Sort off tossing up between the two, have been through the specs and like the MacBook but hoping for some feedback please?

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What questions do you have?  I've had my MacBook Pro for a year and love it.  It is on 24/7 and very reliable.  This is my second Mac laptop (prior laptop was Titanium Book bought in 2002).  Upgraded because new OSes were sluggish on it.  What do you expect to perfrom with the laptop?
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I'm not sure which questions you may have either. If you are looking for feedback there are some professional reviews of the two below. Among other things listed as price, etc. they list pro's and con's.
http://reviews.cnet.com/laptops/apple-macbook-pro-spring/4505-3121_7-34058851.html
http://reviews.cnet.com/laptops/toshiba-portege-r600-st520w/4505-3121_7-33618325.html
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Thank You
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