Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G VR Ready 15.6″ 120Hz 5ms Gamers Edition Laptop PC – Intel i7-7700HQ Quad Core Win 10 Home 6GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 + G-SYNC 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD 64GB DDR4 RAM

Photogrammetry Laptop // $2,000 - $2,500 // USA // 15.4"

Posted on: June 21, 2017 by The---Technician

Based on the recommended specs for Agisoft PhotoScan, a fast/ high frequency quad core i7 processor will be ideal.. You will also need a solid Nvidia Geforce dedicated graphics card, 16 GB RAM or more and an SSD is very essential to host the OS and installation of Agisoft PhotoScan. A laptop like this Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G would do a fantastic job..It is very powerful, has a great display, fast and large storage and just about all you will need.

[US] 15"+ Gaming laptop under $2000

Posted on: June 15, 2017 by LonerIM2

Well there is a lot off different roots you can take first you could get a 512GB NVMe SSD with a GTX 1070 (for future proof) and a 15.6″ 120Hz 5MS Matte Diplay w/ NVIDIA G-Sync , i7-7700HQ, 32GB DDR4 and 1TB HDD like in the PROSTAR Clevo P650HS-G (i prefer this one ) or for a 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD, 64GB DDR4 RAM but GTX 1060 like in the Eluktronics Pro-X P650HP6-G but it’s a littel over you budget or you just get a Samsung 960 EVO an add it your self but you have to transfer windows.

Video Editing- PC or Mac?

Posted on: June 14, 2017 by The---Technician

For video editing especially if you plan on doing it intensively, PC will provide you much better performance specs for your money, which is what you should aim for. The PC is not only leading the way in the RAM and storage department, but also you will be able to get one of the latest and most powerful i7 quad core processors in a 2k Windows laptop and of course you will get a solid dedicated graphics card which is needed for serious video editing. As an example, have a look at this ** Pro-X P650HP6-G** that comes with the new Intel i7-7700HQ Quad Core processor, a massive 64 GB RAM, a 1 TB SSD and a powerful gtx 1060 6 GB dedicated graphics card..These are awesome specs for a video editing machine– it has specs that no $2000 mac can have.

If you want to spend less, this is still an excellent pick.

And if you want to go with a thinner and more aesthetically pleasing machine, this is still better.

Workstation for data science

Posted on: March 6, 2017 by The---Technician

I was going to tell you that if you are okay with stepping $99 up from your budget, you could get this **Pro-X P650HP6-G** with the KABY LAKE version of the i7 processor which would of course be more future proof, taking nothing from the 6700HQ.