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    A photographer buddy of mine dropped me a line asking which PC laptop should he get for his Photoshop and photography work (he's a working pro, and shoots in studio and on location). I use both Mac and PC laptops, since I train on both platforms, but when it comes to PCs; I'm strictly a Dell guy (I'm snobby that way). I emailed him back a link to the same laptop I use, the Dell Precision M65 (here's the link), but I chose that one for a specific set of reasons: (1) I like the way it looks, and how it looks really matters to me. (2) I really like that it's light, and it's got a smaller form factor (3) I like the crisp sharp screen (I use a Dell 30" display in my office at NAPP's HQ), and (4) for running Photoshop,…

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