Macbook or PC For Engineering School

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    The buy a mac get a free ipod touch ends on the 7th which is tomorrow!
     
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    haha i figured i would get kicked off this website for even mentioning that i was thinking about apple and no i don't think i can get that deal now because i am still in high school and apparently you have to be in college :icon_eek:
     
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    You shouldn't get kicked off this site for asking a legitimate question. You even asked in the correct forum. I would like to think Apple is not a four letter on this forum.
     
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    It is not! And, asking a legitimate is not frowned on.
     
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    I think the vast majority of people can give a unbiased opinion in this forum. If it was an iPhone4 question, well the responses would be quite different, haha.
     
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    Even legit iPhone questions should be handled with respect. It just so happens that Droid phones of almost all flavors are better than most iPhones and the Droid OS has a brighter future than Apple's iOS. I am happy for the existence of the iPhone because it has help push innovation. I love my Moto Droid more everyday. I try to help someone everyday with understanding why my Droid is so awesome.
     
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    Exactly, every question should be handled properly! I love my mac but I also love my droid just as much!
     
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    Having graduated engineering school last December, my opinion would be a Windows machine. I know with Mechanical Engineering, I needed to run programs like Solidworks, AutoCAD, MatLAB as well as several others that were Windows based programs (at least the version available to us).

    I can also tell you that almost NOONE had a mac for Engineering (I never really wondered into Electrical or Chemical). I would recommend a Mac if your working with images, music, etc but for Engineering, I recommend Windows.
     
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