You Have A Choice – Graphic Design

Computers play a vital role in graphic designing, know what’s on top and end up big in the graphic design industry. It’s your choice.

From the moment DTP or Desktop Publishing went out in the public in the eighties, graphic designers have been crazy about using computer technology for their works. This became the birth of graphic design as we know it today. The designers already have their skills but with the help of this awesome technology, it doubled their quality of work and made the industry even more fun. The best Logo design has never been this easier and though internet marketing wasn’t in that time, it was already causing a stir leading to what it is today.


Desktop Publishing

In the 80’s, this has been a common term which is being used for digital publishing systems. These systems were made to replace or improve the large, bulky, pre-press, specialist design and composting systems. Graphic designers usually depend mostly on their computers regardless if it’s a PC or an MAC. Whatever he chooses, of course he would go for the best purchase to get the right graphic design done. That’s you’ll rarely see designers picking cheap computers.

Back in the 80’s

Decades ago, MACs were the only choice when it comes to logo design as well as printing. Almost all design layouts as well as graphic software has been developed specially for Macintosh computers although in reality they can also be used in windows PC. Apple, the creator of Mac was always connected to different technologies and PC wasn’t as practical as it is today. The modern PC and Mac have its own strengths and weaknesses but nevertheless, both are extremely useful when it comes to graphic design let alone in terms of internet marketing.

Graphic artists not IT specialists

Most graphic artists aren’t IT graduates and it’s hard for them to make decisions with regards to the kind of computer that they should use. It’s even hard for some of them. Money of course isn’t that much of a big deal since they are ready to buy the most expensive ones. Not all however could afford such which is why they would only settle for second hand equipment. But regardless, what really matters to these artists are issues that aren’t found on regular computers. For example, we have colour accuracy, monitor type, processing speed and external storage.

Studies made

For this reason, recent studies made showed the top computers that are ideal for graphic design or logo design. They are mix of Macs as well as PCs and they are also in forms of a laptop as well as desktop computers. All in all, it’s not about the brand, it’s about the preference of the buyer itself just like a regular consumer. You should pick one that you’re comfortable using may it be a laptop or a desktop type of computer.

So, here are the top computers that made it to the list.

  1. Mac Pro Desktop –Most widely preferred by graphic designers. The latest model has a quad-core Intel Xeon. It’s 1.9 faster than previous models and it has an increased latency by 40 percent which means it can access stored memory faster. As a result, it saves time for the graphic artist.


  1. MacBook Pro – It comes in different sizes, 13, 15 and 17 inches. It contains highly trusted NVDIA graphics which makes photo editing and logo design more sleek.


  1. Dell Studio XPS Desktop – It features iCore5 and iCore 7 from Intel processors. It’s perfect for highly demanding graphics such as 3D editing. You can upgrade its RAM to 16 GB. It’s fast and smooth and you’ll get your designs done faster.


  1. Toshiba Qosmio – The good thing about this is that it’s very affordable. It’s also powered by iCore5 or i5 which denotes a faster performance. It’s also packed with NVDIA GeForce graphics card. You’ll be able to access a full, crispy image in pixels and frames that you’re editing.


  1. HP Pavilion Elite – It’s also an affordable and high performance computer. Its processor is powered either by AMD Athlon or iCore processors. It’s mostly run by Windows and its latest updates. When it comes to graphics, it’s equally smooth and fun to work with.

You have a choice, now pick one.


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