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Old 10-03-2018, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default what you guy think of this lap top

http://https://www.costco.com/.product.1254897.html

it cheap i need it for rendering and light editing . i love hp because i have 2 laptop hp and 1 is over 6 year been thru liquid drop sand still works other is 2 year 6 month no problem either. so i want to stick with hp. what you guy think of this costco model.

it look like link will not work here specs
HP ENVY 17 Laptop - Intel Core i7 - GeForce MX150 - 4K Ultra HD
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Old 10-03-2018, 10:35 PM   #2
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it cheap i need it for rendering and light editing .

If you plan to edit 4K footage then it won't be light editing :) What is the type of processor inside that laptop?
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Old 10-04-2018, 12:58 AM   #3
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If you plan to edit 4K footage then it won't be light editing :) What is the type of processor inside that laptop?
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Intel® Core™ i7-8550U Processor at 1.8GHz
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Old 10-04-2018, 01:50 AM   #4
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try and find a laptop with a 1920x1080 screen

you will end up in trouble with a UHD screen because many EDIUS plugins don't scale correctly in EDIUS on a UHD screen when desktop scaling is not 100% (and if you use 100% you will need a magnifying glass to edit)
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The processor looks a bit underpowered as it gets the same cpu benchmark scores as a i7 2600 but it does have the UHD Graphics 620 processor graphics build in so if edius supports that it should make quite some difference in faster rendering. I also believe you need to attach a second screen for quicksync to work so thats not exactly a advantage for a laptop.
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try and find a laptop with a 1920x1080 screen

you will end up in trouble with a UHD screen because many EDIUS plugins don't scale correctly in EDIUS on a UHD screen when desktop scaling is not 100% (and if you use 100% you will need a magnifying glass to edit)
there same model 1080 screen same spec just cheaper at 15 inch which i don't mine
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The processor looks a bit underpowered as it gets the same cpu benchmark scores as a i7 2600 but it does have the UHD Graphics 620 processor graphics build in so if edius supports that it should make quite some difference in faster rendering. I also believe you need to attach a second screen for quicksync to work so thats not exactly a advantage for a laptop.
ok let me try it costco have a great return policy.
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I have a 4K screen on my laptop and I really don't need it. Sometimes I even change it to 1920 just because some programs don't scale properly. The rest seemed ok but ideally a better processor.
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I agree with David about the 4K screen
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