Lenovo Y50 UHD is the best laptop for video editing

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 Describe about display quality, processor, storage capacity, RAM configuration. What is Nvidia GeForce GTX 860M? How many ports are available in the Lenovo Y50 UHD? What is the basic difference between USB 3.0 ports and a USB 2.0? Is there any HDMI port? What are Super Speed ports? Is it fine to choice for any serious video editor? Thank You

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Lenovo Y50 UHD is the best laptop for video editing



Lenovo Y50 UHD is quite a high specified laptop that’s perfect for heavy duty.

It comes with Intel Core i7 4710HQ processor and NVIDIA GTC 860M GPU with 4GB graphics memory. It gives quite speed and heavy graphical quality, perfect for video editing and for gaming as well. GTX 860M is a great GPU, designed for calculating graphical data only – giving less force on the main CPU, enabling more speed.

For video editing, large RAM space is a must. Lenovo Y50 UHD supports 16GB RAM with 1600 MHz speed, enabling much flexibility for such work.

USB 3.0 is the latest USB technology, much more improved than USB 2.0. USB 2.0 only supports about 480 Mbit/s where USB 3.0 supports 5 Gbit/s. Also, USB 2.0 only supports one way data transferring – either read or write at one instance but USB 3.0 supports both – read and write alongside. Its speed is super, and enough for meeting anyone’s need.

For serious video editing, it isn’t recommended to use laptops though they can be mighty because they are manufactured with smaller parts than desktop PC, allowing more sensitivity for long time work. Video editing is quite a heavy work, and laptops are generally for heavy basic works only. Desktop is the best choice for long time usage and heavy duty. Parts for desktop are easily replaceable, and available as well.

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