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I am looking at buying an iMac or a MacBook Pro with Retina display, but I don't know which to get. I know that Chris has an older iMac and he likes the new one, and he also has a MacBook Pro with Retina display.

My friend has an iMac and really likes it, but I don't know what would be the best one for me.

I'd like either an iMac or MacBook that does OK in video editing and is pretty fast, so which one should I get?I want something that has a good amont of power but is also portable and has a large enough screen to see everything you need to see.when I go to the apple store I usally look at the MacBooks and iMac I like both but I want something more portable too so I don't know.I know that you could take your iMac with you nut that would just seem weird,at least to me. S which one should I get?

asked Feb 11 '13 at 23:30

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If you ever plan on reselling your computer, the MacBook Pro has more demand. However, I absolutely love iMacs.

If you need the portability, get the MacBook Pro. If you don't need portability, get the iMac.

answered Feb 11 '13 at 23:59

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Well that really depends mainly on how in depth of video editing you need and do you prefer something that is mobile. The one thing I do not like about the Macbook Pro with Retina is that it is less upgradeable than previous macbook pros. The RAM is soldered to the motherboard. But you can buy a great machine that will not require upgrading for a while if you want to spend the cash. The imac has a beautiful display and available in larger screen.

answered Feb 11 '13 at 23:44

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I say MacBook Pro. Their is a lot to be said about portability.

answered Feb 12 '13 at 01:59

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