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Old September 29th, 2018, 07:24 PM
Mike Bedford Mike Bedford is offline
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I dunno, I've been doing all of my blog examples on a 2013 MacBook Air, my 2011 Hackintosh or 2012 fusion iMac.

I manage a few labs of the Mac Pro cylinders at work and they should be more than capable, I would think.

I have yet to try our new 2017 SSD i5 iMacs. But I did get a big kick out of of my 2008 MBP being able to handle Gigapixel.
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