Users with Intensive Computing Demands Choose MacBook Pro
You know who you are. If you need your computer to build, create, edit, render, develop, record, or anything else demanding, you're going to want to go with the MacBook Pro. The Mac Book Pro usually features between 2.2 and 2.66 GHz processors while the MacBook peaks at the low end of that range, and that extra power is often necessary for demanding users. The MacBook Pro also has increased functionality in that it can run many Windows applications as a result of its Intel Processor.
For those working with media or have similar needs, the MacBook Pro also comes with larger screen sizes, more hard drive space to store files, and more ports to plug in fire-wire devices, multiple USB devices, etc., depending on what you'll be hooking up to it. It's been well documented time and again that musicians have successfully recorded and mastered entire albums on their MacBook Pros, and film-makers editing entire full length movies; that just gives you an idea of some of the possibilities of the MacBook Pro.