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Experts Tell Us the Best Laptop For Graphic Design And Video Editing

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Laptop For Graphic Design And Video Editing. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Apple Macbook Pro 16-inch laptop

This product was recommended by Roberta Morris from Leave It to ’Berta

As a design professional who’s worked with many video editors through the years, I highly recommend the Apple Macbook Pro 16-inch laptop. Hands down. In terms of portability and power, this machine has few rivals. It’s fast and the larger laptop screen allows you to work on the go, or you can plug it into a larger monitor, of course. For pros like designers and video editors, you can’t beat the resolution and speed of this machine. It’s not cheap starting from around $2400 and up, but it’s worth it!


Dell XPS 15 15.6-Inch Full HD Laptop

This product was recommended by Hamna Amjad from Avidon Marketing Group

Dell XPS 15 is another brilliant choice if you have to do a lot of image or video editing because of its big screen and lots of raw power. Its 100% Adobe RGB display ensures that you can edit images pictures and videos with confidence. Its NVIDIA graphics card accelerates the processing of high-resolution graphics and videos. Moreover, its massive flash storage provides plenty of space for images, designs, or videos.


Dell XPS 13 (9310) Laptop

This product was recommended by James Costa from Jim Costa Films

The price listed is for a machine with an Intel Core i5 6th Generation 6200U (2.30 GHz) processor, 8 GB Memory, 128GB SSD, Intel HD Graphics 520, 13.3 screen running Windows 10 Home 64-Bit. This laptop works great for editing. The display fits a 13-inch 1920 x 1080 HD display into the size of an 11-inch laptop. The processor is hefty enough for graphics work. The 400-nit screen allows for viewing in daylight outside. The units’ inputs include an SD Card Reader and a USB 3.0 input and wireless connectivity via DW1820A 2×2 802.11ac 2.4/5GHz + Bluetooth 4.1 and a backlit keyboard.


HP ENVY 15 Laptop

This product was recommended by Brack Nelson from Incrementors Web Solutions

The latest 10th Gen Intel Core Processors and up to NVIDIA GenFORCE GTX 6 GB graphics combine to bring uncompromising power and performance to fuel a faster, more responsive experience while editing photos, videos, and broadcasting. HP command centre allows you to customize performance, fan speed, noise, and external temperature-all to meet your needs.


MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1, 2020)

This product was recommended by Jordan Rolf from EposNow

The MacBook Pro 13-inch (M1, 2020) is my personal preference for all editing tasks, especially Photo and Video Editing. This product came out at the end of last year as Apple gave the iconic MacBook a refresh. The MacBook Pro is now packed with an Apple-designed M1 chip, rather than the Intel-powered hardware of previous models. This has given the small MacBook Pro a major power boost, with the M1 chip performing amazingly well, especially when it comes to graphic design and video editing. The MacBook Pro also has the longest battery life ever seen in a MacBook which makes it possible to work on the go all day long. For graphic designers who travel a lot, this is easily the best laptop money can buy.


Gigabyte Aero 17 2021

This product was recommended by Shabbir Noor from MakerShop

It is an awesome display and plenty of ports.


Razer Blade 15 Studio Edition

This product was recommended by Shabbir Noor from MakerShop

This laptop has a good screen and is very powerful.


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