Want to run adobe creative suite 5.5 on macbook

I want to run adobe creative suite on a macbook pro - which one is most suitable - i do want portability so i am looking at 15' and 13" - please advice

Which programs are you going to use in CS5? Some are more intensive than others, particularly Premeire Pro, After Effects, and Flash Builder. Everything else shouldn't give you a whole lot of trouble. I would get the 15 if possible, since it is quad core. That will help out quite a bit. If you can, boost it up to the i7 for even faster performance and hyper-threading for 8 virtual cores. Boost your memory to 8GB (use third party RAM), and you will be screamin fast

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