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Are there better spec laptops around this price?

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I'm looking for a laptop around 700-800, maybe a little more if it was worth it. I want to use it for some video editing, photo editing and some light gaming. Just wondering for the price could I get … Read More
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4m, 1d agoPosted 4 months, 1 day ago
I'm looking for a laptop around 700-800, maybe a little more if it was worth it. I want to use it for some video editing, photo editing and some light gaming. Just wondering for the price could I get any better laptops?

forgot to post the deal im currently looking at:

https://www.saveonlaptops.co.uk/NX.G6JEK.001-Acer-Aspire-V-Nitro-VN7-592G_1919309.html

Thanks.
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4m, 1d agoPosted 4 months, 1 day ago
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better than...? I always check dell outlet, have some great deals from time to time
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Something with an i5 a prossesor and 16gig of ram should be more than enough for what you want.
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wayners
Something with an i5 a prossesor and 16gig of ram should be more than enough for what you want.


@wayners would I need a graphics card?
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hudneb123
wayners
Something with an i5 a prossesor and 16gig of ram should be more than enough for what you want.
@wayners would I need a graphics card?

A dedicated GPU will improve the time it takes to compile a video when editing and will obviously improve your gaming performance, a dedicated GPU however has no effect on photo editing.

7th Gen i5's/i7's have onboard Iris HD 620/630 GPU's which are capable with 4-5 year old games at 1080p and newer games at 720p low/medium settings but for anything more than this a dedicated card will be required.

Edited By: dozstanford on Jan 27, 2017 15:59
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dozstanford
hudneb123
wayners
Something with an i5 a prossesor and 16gig of ram should be more than enough for what you want.
@wayners would I need a graphics card?

A dedicated GPU will improve the time it takes to compile a video when editing and will obviously improve your gaming performance, a dedicated GPU however has no effect on photo editing.

7th Gen i5's/i7's have onboard Iris HD 620/630 GPU's which are capable with 4-5 year old games at 1080p and newer games at 720p low/medium settings but for anything more than this a dedicated card will be required.


thank you, I appreciate you explaining this for me

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