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ASUS K505ZA 15.6" Full HD Laptop (AMD R5-2500U, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics, Windows 10) - £399.99 @ Amazon
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ASUS K505ZA 15.6" Full HD Laptop (AMD R5-2500U, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM, AMD Radeon Vega 3 Graphics, Windows 10) - £399.99 @ Amazon

£399.99£549.9927%Amazon Deals
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Posted 2nd NovAvailable: National, South East, South, South West, London, East of England, West Midlands, East Midlands, Yorkshire & Lincolnshire, North West, North East, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland

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Powered by AMD’s R5-2500U Quad-Core Processor
A massive 256GB SSD Storage Drive for all your favourite pictures and videos
8GB of System Memory (RAM) to keep your computer moving fast
Windows 10 - For the best computing experience
Full HD 15.6” screen to keep your videos and pictures perfectly crisp
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Could i use this for PHOTOSHOP/LIGHTROOM??? Just for photo editing?
Edited by: "jennyscott88" 2nd Nov
Yes
Wouldn't Ryzen 2500U have Vega 8 graphics, per AMD's own specification?
Edited by: "Darkle" 2nd Nov
Darkle02/11/2019 14:43

Wouldn't Ryzen 2500U have Vega 8 graphics, per AMD's own specification?


It seems as though its an error in listing. Even eBuyer have the same spec's HP listed with vega 3 but on the AMD site, it says Vega 8
jennyscott8802/11/2019 14:18

Could i use this for PHOTOSHOP/LIGHTROOM??? Just for photo editing?


Yes, it would be sufficient.

However, if you're going to be running many other programmes, etc at the same time, then better to go for 16gb ram, (installing your itself is a lot cheaper than buying a machine with it already installed - usually). For some it may be overkill going for 16gb, especially if you don't need it as you should be able to later upgrade.

Hope that helps.
mkara02/11/2019 15:14

Yes, it would be sufficient. However, if you're going to be running many …Yes, it would be sufficient. However, if you're going to be running many other programmes, etc at the same time, then better to go for 16gb ram, (installing your itself is a lot cheaper than buying a machine with it already installed - usually). For some it may be overkill going for 16gb, especially if you don't need it as you should be able to later upgrade.Hope that helps.



If it's an Asus watch out for Soldered Ram, according to the specs on ASUS site:

4 GB Onboard Memory, 1 x SO-DIMM socket for expansion, up to 16 GB SDRAM, Dual-channel
up to 16 GB SDRAM

Which makes NO sense, because there's only 1 SO-DIMM, and there's no such thing as a 12GB SODIMM, and dual channel requires two memory modules same size and speed.

I wish soldered RAM would just die as a design choice, it's so limiting and pointless.
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