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Old July 28th 09, 09:28 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.video
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I am shopping for a laptop that can be used for camcorder video

Tape based video would ease the requirements on a computer. This is an

The best brands would be HP.
Sony had some quality control and explosion problems about a year
A Sony desktop will work well for years.
Toshiba is good.
If Dell would be good, what specs should Dell be given?

What amount of storage would be necessary 100-200gb?

If more power is necessary, wouldn't this be in RAM. If more ram is
needed, how much more and which laptop seem to do the job.

Is a graphics card necessary for video editing? Are there any special
or preferable requirements here?

Are there any features that should be included that I missed?

any help appreciated

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