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So, I decided that after Christmas I want to buy a 13" i5 Macbook Pro (Integrated Graphics; HD 3000), but I am not sure if I should anymore.. I want to be able to play Minecraft on it, that's really the only game. So basically, will it be able to run it?

Here is a link:

http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/specs-13inch.html

I will be buying the one with the 2.4GHz processor. Thanks everyone!

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Oh macs, soo overpriced for crap hardware. That and integrated graphic cards are a big fat no no.

If you're gonna get something at that price range get this instead

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6834230174

I know you said you're probably only going to play minecraft but with a laptop like this it can handle games like BF3 on high pretty fine and way better.

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Oh macs, soo overpriced for crap hardware. That and integrated graphic cards are a big fat no no.

If you're gonna get something at that price range get this instead

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6834230174

I know you said you're probably only going to play minecraft but with a laptop like this it can handle games like BF3 on high pretty fine and way better.

Hey long time no see!

Also I say Mac, but that's just cause I use one.

What's the point of calling a Microsoft computer a "PC"? If both companies make computers shouldn't a Mac be called a PC also?

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