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Author Topic: What's a reasonable laptop for design? Windows  (Read 17941 times)

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« Reply #25 on: January 16, 2017, 16:10 »
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i find that you are better off buying a desktop  for photo editing, if you need a laptop to do serious editing and rendering, you need to flash the cash. there are no cheap laptops with high specs. people think buying an i5 or i7 will give them enough power, but there are so many other factors that determine the speed and power. i3 i5 i7 are just buzzwords. and get SSD, so much faster as HDD

as unanymous says, check the specs of the cpu, dont let the buzzwords blind you


« Reply #26 on: August 04, 2017, 02:56 »
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Clevo  P150SM is pretty good

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« Reply #27 on: July 15, 2020, 14:52 »
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Dear All

These are really great information, thanks a bunch for that. I also keep hearing that investing in a MAC makes more sense but then I do understand that due to switching over from Windows OS isnt that easy due to compatible issues with the existing SW.

Since were at this topic, I was wondering, which of the MAC Models would be best for 3D and Photo Touch-ups. I didn't get a Model in specific in the whole discussion thread.

I know that the Graphic Card, SSD, RAM, Storage Space and that you definitely at least need an 17" for 3D Modeling.

Thank you so much for your efforts and sincerely


 

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