#1
I have enough money for a MacBook right now (the cheapest one) but I'm wondering if I should save up and get a better MacBook, or save even more and get a Pro.

I'm not going to be using it for much. Browsing the net, listening to music, and I hope to get into some minor recording in the near future.
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#2
If you don't plan to use it for much just get a Macbook. No point having more power if you won't use it.
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#3
MacBook would be good for you. I'm on one right now.. I love it, upgrading to Leoppard this summer, so i'll see how it goes. But running Tiger with 512MB ram, it does pretty good.

MacBook Pro would just be a little bit of overkill. If you can find a MacBook with at least 1GB ram, then you're gonna be set. try for 2GB if possible, but 1 should work fine. then whatever harddrive you would want, for whatever THAT purpose would be...
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#4
get a reg mac book
i have both pro and red, and an Imac G5
pro gets no use atall
#5
the more powerfull, the longer itll last u, cuz applications just take up more and more space requireing more and more power, and unless u get external hard drives stuff kinda bulids up and u run out of space, but like jaijouta said no need for more power why get it
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#7
Like already been posted,save up buy a better Macbook ,and it'll last longer.
#8
I say get the mid-range macbook. The entry level one, to me, isn't that great value for money, mainly because for a couple hundred bucks more, you get double the hard drive space, and double the RAM. plus it has a super drive which means it can burn both CDs and DVDs instead of just CDs with a combo drive. I'm currently using the mid-range macbook. mainly because i wanted a top-end macbook, but they only come in black. the new macbooks all come with leopard as standard as well. good job choosing mac , they're great computers