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HiI have another question about the laptop specsIs it necessarily to have a dedicated video card?
Thank you for your question. Luckily, at Saxion there is no requirements on your laptop. However, if you have the budget to upgrade some part(s) of your laptop, I personally think investing into parts that help to enhance the performance/speed of your laptop would be a perfect choice. We will use quite a few of heavy programs that take a lot of RAM and slow down your laptop.
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Hello there, I'm a bit late but I hope I can help.
Like Quyen said, there are no real requirements for a laptop as far as I know, but upgrading some parts can really make a difference.
You can get away with a core I3, but I would recommend a core I5. This I5 has multithreading and thus is able to handle more programs without slowing down.
You can get away with 4GB RAM, but just like with the CPU, 8GB will give you more headroom for programs to multitask without load time while switching programs, especially as we sometimes use pretty intensive programs.
A dedicated GPU is not necessary for this study as we don't do anything graphics intensive.
I recommend an SSD (for the C drive at least) because it's simply faster.
A casual 1080p screen is just fine.
I hope this might still be of use and good luck!