I have a confession to make. I love Apple products. I know, I know. How hypocritical of me.
For as long as I could remember, I was always rooting team PC and basically anything and everything that is simply not Apple. PCs are easier to buy parts for and easier to upgrade. PCs are usually less expensive also and finding experts with PCs are easier than finding a Mac expert.
Mac is difficult to use, and the cheapest option for a Mac is still twice as much as a PC laptop that will get you by. Then you have to deal with the customer service experience, which can either occur on the phone at a charge or you can travel to the one Apple location in all of Indiana.
Welp. I was very wrong about absolutely everything (except that Apple is expensive). I have gotten into graphic design a little bit, so I was slowly convinced into getting a Macbook. After waiting for the new chipset to come out like the reliable Apple clockwork, I went and bought myself the new MacBook Pro. I was skeptical about spending so much money on a laptop, but I knew it was going to be worth it. My HP would overheat and restart all the time, and it was very slow. This MBP runs smoothly, has like a 5 second boot time, and never leaves me waiting for something. I thought it would be difficult to learn, but really, it was pretty easy to use. The people in the Apple store were awesome, and I have heard only of good things about the customer service there. Yes, it is busy at times, but people foolishly forget while they're complaining that it's the only one in Indiana. I highly recommend converting to Macbook if you haven't already. Once you go Macbook, you don't go back?
Enjoy this infographic I got from http://dailyinfographic.com/mac-people-vs-pc-people-infographic.