There's plenty of CPU power and then some. When you work with graphical media in the professional field, the limiting factor is the display quality in terms of colour reproduction and resolution. Professionals usually have expensive, large IPS panels in their offices for that kind of work. I'm guessing that the goal of this laptop is to get as close as you can to the quality those professional screens offer, although I really have no expertise in this field so I can't really say anything with certainty! It could well be just a shiny feature to attract random people with more money than sense.. which it probably does regardless of how useful (or not) it would be for professionals.
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I'm not terribly familiar with how Photoshop and 3D modeling are done professionally and what they require and I guess I could be pretty biased because I do focus on CPU-heavy programs that do the same "kind" of professional work in other fields. Because I don't know what I'm talking about for that, I guess it could be made for them. I think some of this is just me wanting laptops to be more powerful than they are for the price. I suppose it is amazing that they can fit so much in such a tiny package, though.
Last edited by Balenciaga; 06-15-2012 at 01:34 PM.