Searched more and with the help of your opinions I found this laptop: [link] And later when I'l save some more money I might be geting this too:[link]
If you think it's not worth it or have a better option please comment I like Windows because it has so many programs to choose from but a part of me keeps wanting a imac xD I dunno why anyways mostly i'l be using only ps and illustrator i'm guessing ^_^
If you're willing to sacrifice portability, then go with a desktop with a good graphics card a nice screen. It's a lot cheaper and usually better altogether too. Best if you make the computer yourself, it's even cheaper and even better.
That said, if you're not doing any serious graphical work (high poly rendering, detailed vector work, etc.) and that's what you're mainly doing, you probably won't need to spend too much no matter what you get (desktop, laptop, or whatever else just as long as it's not a tablet). It doesn't really matter much between Apple, Sony, whatever. For art, after a capable graphics card, a decent amount of RAM, and probably a fair share of disk space, it doesn't really matter what the other specs are (obviously a really good computer is preferable, but as long as you have those you'll be fine). After that it's just the operating system which isn't a big deal.
I'd say get a windows computer, just because there's so many programs to choose from with windows, lots of windows exclusive ones, whereas macs and linux tend to have programs that are ported to every platform. But, that's just personal preference, if you like a certain operating system then use that, there's good tools for every OS.
Apple products kinda suck, especially for the price. You can get a MUCH better machine for far less money than almost any apple product. People use macs for 'art' because they hear they are better for art, but they're not. They are exactly the same.
I'm with PR-Imagery though a budget would really be nice.
Yeah but that very same high resolution will be MUCH more demanding on the graphics which are not that great tbh so you're making it work twice as hard and overheats as well as starts not being able to render stuff properly. It's a well known issue.