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Which laptop should i buy between the three?

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I'd remove the i5 just for that.
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You say?

I can see why it's the choice to go by looking at the specs, and for now that's what im buying

But I've heard some negative things about this laptop, you know what im talking about?

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I can find negatives about any model.

There is no laptop without negative comments. We have a lot of Asus, Acer and prior to my last HP no more new HPs. HP lost me over a new laptop they replaced the motherboard and did not want to fix it again.

The Acers were OK but they seem to not age well due to the plastics they use. Shiny but we would get stress cracks over a few years. No big deal as I worked with epoxy repairs at our shops.

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Acer Aspire 7

You should go for Acer Aspire 7 as you get 1tb HDD, and storage space is essential for editing videos. You can easily backup your data, as you said you edit videos shot on dslr, it takes up space and while editing too it requires some space to edit the file.

IMO you should go for this laptop. The other i7 one is not a bad option as you get 256gb SSD, which is great if you do not deal with heavy files.

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