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Quick specs:

8 GB RAM

256 SSD drive

and the weak part, CPU: Intel Celeron J1900 quad-core 2 GHz (turbo-boost up to 2.41 GHz)

It’s a bargain laptop from aliexpress for 325 bucks here

What job can it do when working with DAWs?

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  • less tracks per project.
  • less plugins opened.
  • if you use your factory soundcard (the one on your motherboard) you'll probably suffer from latency and a bad signal/noise ratio.

But you still can definitely work with it (music, mixing, and even small movie project(s)).

FYI : when a computer is too limitated for your work, don't forget you can always render your track(s) into audio files to reprocess them (destructive treatment).

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    You can render/bounce to audio for playback, but keep the original track & disable it, so you can change your mind later, or open it all up again on a bigger mix machine. Cubase has a freeze function which will easily do that inline, idk about other DAWs. – Tetsujin Jul 16 '16 at 4:30

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