Quote: Originally Posted by Girom
I guess I could run bootcamp or Parallels on the Windows if I really need Mac? but so far I don't think I discovered anything definitely better in a Mac, except maybe the display. So I guess if I wanna use something like Final Cut Pro (Is there a Windows version that is just as good?) maybe I could just run Parallels (which is why I need a computer with good speed and size to tackle many apps at the same time)
Hi, and welcome to seven forums.
It is very hard to get Mac OS X running on a Windows machine. VMware and all that stuff is for people with a lot of computer experience.
In your search of a good laptop; go have a look at the Compaq brand by HP. They are quite cheap, but very reliable.
And for your Final Cut Pro alternative: Avid | Home
--> Pinnacle or Sony Vegas Pro.