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✅ TOP 5: Best Laptop For Photo Editing 2020

November 12, 2019


Are you looking for the best laptop for photo
editing? In this video we’ll break down the top laptops
for photo editing available whilst comparing them for price versus performance. Before we get started with our video detailing
the best laptops for photo editing on the market, we have included links in the description
for each product mentioned, so make sure you check those out to see which one is in your
budget range. Starting off at number 1 we have the MacBook
Pro 15. Being part of the family of MacBook laptops
is already an advertisement for why this model is one of the best laptops for photo editing. Its fast 512GB of SSD memory is perfect to
store large photo libraries or import large files. It offers a unique visual experience with
a Retina Display with true tone technology. With bright LED backlighting and a high contrast
ratio, it delivers cleaner and crisper colors with deeper blacks and brighter whites. Even the smallest details of the photos become
clear with it. The Intel Core i7 processor with Turbo Boost
up to 4.3Ghz makes it ideal to handle big volumes of work in short periods of time. The original Touch Bar conveniently placed
at the top of the keyboard ease the work by displaying relevant tools and Apps controls
adapted to what the user does. It might possibly be the best laptop for Photoshop
as it offers great shortcuts for selecting many of its functions. The Touch Bar also makes it possible to control
brightness, browse through content and add smart typing features such as emojis and predictive
text. At number 2 we have the Microsoft Surface
Book 2. It includes the best technology to ensure
the highest performance with an Intel Core i7 processor. With a very impressive 16 GB of RAM and a
512 GB HDD this device has the speed and storage you need. The graphics performance is further enhanced
with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050. It offers a 13.5-inch screen and is a lightweight
and portable device that easily adapts to the way you create. It is possible to improve the interaction
and the editing process by adding Surface Precision Mouse, Surface pen and the innovative
Surface Dial. At number 3 we have the Dell XPS 9570. This model stands out for its wide 15.6¨
screen size along with a 4K Ultra HD display. It is complemented with an Infinity Edge Anti-Reflective
Touchscreen to offer the ultimate visual experience while editing photos. The Dell XPS 970 is powered by the Intel Core
i7-8750H Processor. Similar to the Microsoft Surface Book, the
Dell also has an NVIDIA video card, but this time it’s the GeForce GTX 1050Ti with 4GB
GDDR5. With 32GB RAM and a 1 TB Solid State Drive
(SSD) onboard, it is one of the best windows laptops for photo editing. At number 4 we have the HP ZBook Studio G3. This is a complete mobile workstation that
offers unique features for photo and video editing. It works perfectly well with the HP expansion
base “Zbook Dock” which includes 2 ports of Thunderbolt technology and HDMI which allow
connecting multiple devices and quick transfer of documents and photos. With the HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS)
it is possible to collaborate remotely in real time and access graphic Apps located
on other workstations or servers. At number 5 we have the Acer Aspire E 15. Acer Aspire E 15 is the best laptop for photo
editing on a budget. Despite its low price it still offers an amazing
performance with an Intel Core i5-8250U processor. Its 15.6” Full HD widescreen display provides
an excellent visual experience while editing. Windows 10 Home is included and 15-hours of
battery life allows you to complete long sessions of photo editing. At number 6 we have the Huawei MateBook X
Pro. Ranked as one of the best budget laptops of
the year this model is an exceptional bang for the buck. This model combines portability and power
with an Intel Core i7 process at its heart and 16GB RAM. The accessories include a type-C charger and
Mate Dock with HDMI, VGA and USB-A ports all of which make it perfect for travel and work. At number 7 we have the Razer Blade Stealth
13 4k. If you’re looking for a laptop that will
provide the power to work on advanced projects while on the go, the Razer Blade Stealth 13
is the one! The design is rather simple, with a black
case with a texturized finish. The laptop is thin and sleek in appearance,
and the CNC aluminum frame case feels durable. But once you open it, it’s easy to tell
this is no ordinary device. First, you’ll see the ergonomic Chroma keyboard
and precision touchpad, which is larger so you can use it for photo editing, gaming,
or other activities that need fine-tuned control. The display is absolutely gorgeous, with a
thin bezel around the 4K touch display that supports 100% Adobe RGB colors. The display is powered by the NVIDIA GeForce
MX150 (25W) graphics with 4GB GDDR5 RAM memory, which means it will work smoothly for both
gaming and image/video editing. Under the hood, the laptop is equipped with
a quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM memory and 512GB storage space (upgradeable). The battery is designed to last up to 8 hours
of use, but it depends on the type of programs you are running. Finally, the laptop is equipped with 4 Stereo
speakers with Dolby Atmos boost and clarity. So, it’s the perfect device for work and
fun! At number 8 we have the HP Spectre x360-13t. If I had to choose between a regular laptop
for photo editing and one that can be folded in several positions (without lowering the
specs), I’d probably choose the latter. The Spectre x360-13t from HP is exactly that:
a powerful laptop that can be used for advanced projects (and gaming, why not?) and can be
folded as needed due to the 360-degree hinge. It features a 13.3-inch FHD IPS WLED-backlit
touchscreen (1920 x 1080 pixels resolution) protected by Corning Gorilla Glass that can
be used with the HP Active Stylus. Moreover, even though the design is ultra-thin,
the laptop is well-equipped when it comes to ports. There is a Thunderbolt 3 port that can be
used for high-speed data transfer (up to 40 Gb/s) and charging, 1xUSB 3.1, and one headphone/microphone
combo. As such, the laptop can be used for video
calls, chatting, gaming (not very advanced), and various work projects that require powerful
resources. You also benefit from a well-designed configuration:
8th Gen Intel i7-8550U (4 cores and 8MB cache), Intel UHD Graphics 620 (16 GB), 16GB DDR4,
and 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD for storage. To make life on the go easier, the HP Specter
features two connectivity possibilities: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2. Overall, the Specter is a laptop designed
for portability and comfort while working on various projects. And for our final pick at number 9 we have
the Microsoft Surface Pro 6. With 12.3-inch pixel sense display screen
and an extremely light weight this model is one of the lightest and most portable laptops
for editing photos and videos. It stands out for its versatility as it can
be converted from laptop to tablet or studio modes. The Screen resolution of 2736×1824 pixels
plus Intel UHD Graphic Card 620 provide a bright and neat image. So that sums up our top laptops for photo
editing of 2020. We hope you enjoyed. If you did please leave a like on the video
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