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How to choose the best laptop for artists and Digital Art



Choosing the best laptop for artists and digital art can be a difficult task. There are many different laptops on the market, each with its own set of features. So, how do you find the right one for you? This guide will help you narrow down your options and choose the best laptop for your needs.

Here the some of the key factors to consider when buying a laptop for artists and digital art
1. Processor:
The processor is the heart of your laptop and it should be powerful enough to handle the type of work you’ll be doing. For digital art or photo editing, look for a laptop with at least an Intel Core i5 processor. And, if you’re planning on doing any video editing, you’ll need a processor with even more power, such as an Intel Core i7.

2. Memory:
RAM is another important factor to consider when choosing a laptop for artists and digital art. For general photo and video editing, 4GB of RAM should be enough. But, if you plan on doing more intense work, such as 3D rendering or animation, you’ll need 8GB or more of RAM.

3. Storage:
Storage space is important for artists and digital art because you’ll need to store all of your photos, videos, and other files somewhere. A good rule of thumb is to get a laptop with at least 250GB of storage space. However, if you have a lot of files or you plan on storing 4K video, you may

The type of storage drive in your laptop is also important for artists and digital

3. Graphics card:
look for one with a good amount of VRAM (graphics memory) to avoid lag and glitches

4. Display size
if you're going to be working on large projects, you'll want a laptop with a big screen

5. Operating system
Macs are popular among artists due to their powerful graphics software, but Windows laptops are often cheaper

6. Battery life
you don't want your laptop dying in the middle of a project

7. Price
consider your budget when choosing a laptop for your art
What Specifications should a Laptop for Digital Art Have?

When it comes to finding the best laptop for digital art, there are a few key specs you should keep in mind. Here are some of the most important specs to look for:
1. Processor: Intel Core i5 or better
2. Memory: 4GB or more of RAM
3. Storage: 250GB or more
4. Graphics card: at least 2GB of VRAM
5. Display size: 15 inches or more
6. Operating system: Mac or Windows
7. Battery life: 4 hours or more
8. Price: $1,000 or less

With these factors in mind, here are our picks for the best laptops for artists and digital art:
1. Apple MacBook Pro
2. Microsoft Surface Book
3. Wacom Cintiq Companion 2
4. Lenovo Yoga 900
5. Dell XPS 15
6. Razer Blade
7. Acer Aspire V 15
8. HP Pavilion 15
9. Asus ZenBook Pro UX501VW
10. Samsung Notebook 9 Pro

So here’s my selection of best laptop computers for artists available on the market today, presented here from highest to lowest price:
1. Apple MacBook Pro
-Retina display
-2.6GHz Intel Core i7 processor
-16GB of RAM
-1TB SSD
-AMD Radeon R9 M370X graphics card with 2GB of VRAM
-15.4-inch display
-4 hours of battery life
-Price: $2,499

2. Microsoft Surface Book
-6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
-8GB of RAM
-256GB SSD
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M graphics card with 2GB of VRAM
-13.5-inch display
-12 hours of battery life
-Price: $1,499

3. Wacom Cintiq Companion 2
-Intel Core i7 processor
-8GB of RAM
-256GB SSD
-NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M graphics card with 2GB of VRAM
-13.3-inch display
-6 hours of battery life
-Price: $1,999

4. Lenovo Yoga 900
-6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
-8GB of RAM
-256GB SSD
-Intel HD Graphics 520
-13.3-inch display
-7 hours of battery life
-Price: $1,099

5. Dell XPS 15
-6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
-16GB of RAM
-512GB SSD
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics card with 2GB of VRAM
-15.6-inch display
-6 hours of battery life
-Price: $1,799

6. Razer Blade
-6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
-16GB of RAM
-512GB SSD
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M graphics card with 3GB of VRAM
-14-inch display
-6 hours of battery life
-Price: $2,199

7. Acer Aspire V 15
-6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor
-12GB of RAM
-256GB SSD
-NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950M graphics card with 2GB of VRAM
-15.6-inch display
-5 hours of battery life
-Price: $949
Features of Microsoft Surface Laptop Go 12.4” PixelSense™ Display

Microsoft Surface Laptop Go is a light and portable 2-in-1 PC that’s perfect for artists on the go. It has a 12.4” PixelSense™ Display with stunning resolution, and the built-in pen and touch support make it easy to create digital art. The Surface Laptop Go also has a fast processor, and long battery life, and comes with Windows 10 pre-installed.

1. Fast processor: Intel® Pentium® Gold 4415Y Processor
2. Long battery life: Up to 9 hours of video playback
3. Built-in pen and it is fully compatible with the new Surface Pen
4. Portable and lightweight: Only 2.5 lbs
5. Stunning resolution: 12.4” PixelSense™ Display
6. Windows 10 pre-installed

The Wacom Cintiq Companion 2 is a powerful laptop for artists that comes with a pressure-sensitively to sketch or take notes. The Surface Laptop Go also has a fast processor, and long battery life, and comes with Windows 10 pre-installed.

1. Pressure-sensitive pen: Wacom Pro Pen 2
2. Fast processor: Intel Core i7
3. Long battery life: Up to 6 hours of video playback
4. Portable and lightweight

Final Thoughts:
So, what is the best laptop for artists? It depends on your needs. If you need a powerful machine with plenty of storage and customization options, go for a desktop replacement laptop or gaming laptop. If you want something more portable that offers good performance and battery life, consider an Ultrabook or MacBook. Whichever type of artist you are, there’s a perfect laptop out there for you – it just takes some research to find it! Do you have any questions about choosing the best laptop for digital art? Let us know in the comments below.










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