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Will this iMAC suit my needs as a video designer?


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Hey! Sorry if it's in Spanish but I think it's fairly clear. I am a graphic/audiovisual designer who works with Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, and Final Cut a lot. I am going to buy a 21-inch MAC (because I don't like such a huge screen for finding small tools like the healing brush). However, I am going to make it the best it can be and I was wondering if this was going to be enough for me:

Core i7 de Intel de cuatro núcleos a 3,1 GHz (Turbo Boost hasta 3,9 GHz)
16 GB de SDRAM DDR3 a 1.600 MHz (2 módulos de 8 GB)
Disco duro Serial ATA de 1 TB a 5.400 rpm
NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 1GB GDDR5


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Yes, that should suffice. Make sure you order as much memory as you can afford and as large a hard drive that you can accommodate money wise. That machine can not be upgraded once you purchase it.
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yes, it is ok, good machine, I'd go for a 27 inch display though if you have to use it professionally, or at least buy a dual display, nowadays with applications improving day by day the tools panels are bigger and bigger, then you need a serious space for them, otherwise it will be quite uncomfortable having to work by opening and closing the tool's panel each time you need to use any of them.

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