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Best Pc Out Of These 2 To Use With The Roxio Game Capture Hd Pro?

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So after the toshiba laptop topic i was trying to find better laptops becaue integrated hd graphics wasnt really good considering its something to do with graphics i want them to be good so i found 2 more laptops plz tell me which one would be better for recording with the roxio hd pro and also editing and rendering!

 

 

Acer E5-511 Intel® Celeron® 4Gb RAM, 500Gb Hard Drive, Wi-Fi, 15.6 inch Laptop with Optional Microsoft Office 365 Personal - Black

 

Specs :

  • Intel® Celeron® N2830 Processor
  • 4Gb Memory
  • 500Gb storage
  • Windows 8.1 with Bing
  • 15.6 inch HD 1366 x 768 resolution, high-brightness Acer CineCrystal LED-backlit
  • DVD
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth®
  • 4.0 802.11b/g/n wireless LAN
  • Webcam
  • FineTip keyboard
  • Ports- USB 2.0 port x2, Kensington lock slot, SD card reader
  • 10 DC-in jack for AC adapter
  • Headphone/speaker jack, USB 3.0 port, HDMI port with HDCP support
  • Dimensions: H 24.15/27.15, W 381.6, D 258 mm
  • Weight: 2.4kg

Prize : £230

 

 

 

Asus Intel Core i3 Processor, 4Gb Memory, 500Gb Storage, Wifi, 15.6 inch, Laptop - Black

 

Specs :

  • Intel Core i3 3217 (U) Processor
  • 4Gb memory
  • 500Gb storage
  • Windows 8
  • 15.6 inch screen
  • DVD
  • WiFi
  • H 28, W 75, D 40 cm
  • These are all the specs very listed not much is there ?

 

PRIZE : £350

 

PLZ Let me choose

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what do you recon then the i3 or the toshiba one previously? toshiba is a little bit cheaper as well with much higher ram i guess but your the expert!

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This from a review of the ASUS

 

Graphics

 

Sporting an Intel HD Graphics 4000 chip, the X550CA won't win any awards for its gaming prowess. On the 3DMark11 benchmark, the ASUS scored 559. That's below the Lenovo G580's score of 597.

The ASUS' graphics performance was so low, in fact, that it could only manage 23 frames per second while playing "World of Warcraft" with the graphics set to autoicon1.png. The Lenovo, which also comes with an Intel Graphics 4000 chip, ran at 27 fps on normal. The HP Pavilion g6t offered a similar score of 24 fps with the graphics set to autodetect and 10 fps with the graphics at their highest.

 

 

I wpould say neither of the two laptops are suitable for gaming.

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i wont be playing too much games apart from minecraft really just looking to mostly record with it and use the roxio game capture ;) what do you think about the toshiba one?

  • Intel® Pentium® N3520 (2.17/2.42GHz, 1333MHz, 2MB) processor
  • 8Gb RAM
  • 1Tb (1000Gb) hard drive
  • 15.6 inch HD LED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
  • DVD SuperMulti dual layer drive
  • Integrated Intel graphics
  • 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®
  • Webcam with microphone
  • Integrated stereo speakers, DTS SoundTM audio
  • 2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, HDMI, card reader
  • Microsoft Windows 8.1

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