I need your advice buying a laptops

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Posted 6th Aug
I’m starting a cyber security soon and I need a laptop , I do editing and DAW, adobe softwares , and I want something can handle my usage, Either easy to upgrade , or strong enough as I don’t want to be upgrading for a while
I’m willing to go for 1500£ if it’s worth the investment , or maybe two devices , thanks in front
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A "starting a cyber security" what?
Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?

It depends what sort of work your doing (premier Pro is a lot more intensive light photoshop work) and if you actually need the portability.
Normally is better to have a workstation desktop with multiple big monitors and a 13" generic laptop for the odd time your out and about rather then a high spec heavy 17" laptop.
chezybezy06/08/2020 18:24

A "starting a cyber security" what?


Course and a career hopefully
Edited by: "MohamedGargab" 7th Aug
joedastudd06/08/2020 21:35

Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of …Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of work your doing (premier Pro is a lot more intensive light photoshop work) and if you actually need the portability.Normally is better to have a workstation desktop with multiple big monitors and a 13" generic laptop for the odd time your out and about rather then a high spec heavy 17" laptop.


joedastudd06/08/2020 21:35

Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of …Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of work your doing (premier Pro is a lot more intensive light photoshop work) and if you actually need the portability.Normally is better to have a workstation desktop with multiple big monitors and a 13" generic laptop for the odd time your out and about rather then a high spec heavy 17" laptop.


joedastudd06/08/2020 21:35

Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of …Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of work your doing (premier Pro is a lot more intensive light photoshop work) and if you actually need the portability.Normally is better to have a workstation desktop with multiple big monitors and a 13" generic laptop for the odd time your out and about rather then a high spec heavy 17" laptop.


The only problem is I’m not in position to have a Desktop , otherwise I would’ve, so you’re suggesting two devices I guess , portability is kinda a most
joedastudd06/08/2020 21:35

Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of …Cyber security and your editing audio and media?!?It depends what sort of work your doing (premier Pro is a lot more intensive light photoshop work) and if you actually need the portability.Normally is better to have a workstation desktop with multiple big monitors and a 13" generic laptop for the odd time your out and about rather then a high spec heavy 17" laptop.


Yeah Let’s just say I need something will be able to handle my mode swings , yeah something can handle PS ,logic , premier and AE without crashing every 20 seconds , but sadly I’m not in a position to have a desktop , do you think I should just get something to start with then upgrade to a disk top ? Or get something with powerful specs ?, thanks for your time
Muckypaws_66606/08/2020 12:13

Check out Dell Outlet XPS 15


Yeah I guess the XPS 15 are the ones to go , but o kinda unlucky with dell ,(:I but I’ll take your advice in mind , thanks
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