Looking for a multi-media high-performance laptop, Perferably a PC, Help?

Looking for a multi-media high-performance laptop, Perferably a PC, Help? Topic: Media research software
June 26, 2019 / By Heathcliff
Question: I need a laptop(64-bit) that can handle Adobe Premiere and other editing software, as well as HD Footage. I realize Mac's are better for the kind of things I do, but I work much better with PC's. I'm thinking about the Dell inspiron 15 (1545) with the Intel® Core™2 Duo processor. This is in fact my first time buying a computer so other suggestions are welcome. Price isn't so much an issue but under 1,000$ is perferable. I really just need a laptop that I can work fast on with the least crashes/lag and other issues that could possibly occure(This computer is going to be specifically for video editing/film-making/etc).. Please and thank you :) Ok so after doing some research I find the Dell Studio 1749 & the Sony VAIO EB series seem like good ones. What do you think?
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Elioenai Elioenai | 2 days ago
Sony Vaio is a good laptop for that sort of thing. I can't afford it so I had to settle for an HP.
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Elioenai Originally Answered: Need a good high performance laptop for multimedia and video editing?
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Elioenai Originally Answered: Need a good high performance laptop for multimedia and video editing?
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Elioenai Originally Answered: Need a good high performance laptop for multimedia and video editing?
DO NOT get a Mac computer. I don't even know if this is relevant to your question, but I'm telling you they're WAY overrated. Everyone thinks they're sooooo cool and all that and blah blah blah but I'm telling you they really are AWFUL. All they really have is a good screen. Everything else sucks

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Hey, shoot me an email or add me on skype: TheChingChan and I can help you on a more personal level! It's always nice helping people with their computers/ getting into the computer world. Good luck!

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