For HP I would recommend:
The best fit at $1850: HP Spectre x360 15 EB0065NR
Same idea, at $1450: HP Spectre x360 15 DF1040NR
If you can afford it, I would definitely go for the first one since it has everything you're looking for. The second one has a graphics card not as powerful as the first one, and "only" 512GB of SSD (note that you could ...
For overall "OUT OF THE BOX" compatibility you are going to be better off going with a PC.
Performance wise comparing the two you will get the following benefits of the base model Alienware laptop over the MacBook.
1) Faster Processor
2) Larger HDD
3) Much better video card (the MacBook only has Intel Iris integrated video)
4) $100 Less expensive with ...
After reviewing my answer your CPU is compatible only with 990FX motherboards. So I deleted second option because it wasn't compatible with your CPU. I also added cheaper alternative which will work in your setup.
MSI 990FXA GAMING - 149.99 on newegg
This motherboard meets all your requirements and is good for OC. Additionally it has really good software. ...
The RAM is probably the main change I would make to your proposed specs.
Narrowing Down the Options
If you're going to want an iMac, especially for video editing, you're going to need a fast hard-disk, enough RAM, and definitely a good GPU. This immediately narrows down the selection to a 27-in 5K iMac. Why? The 5K iMacs are the only ones offering discrete ...
I think this would be great(I included a monitor too since you didn't specify if you needed it), but I didn't include the storage since I don't know do you need 1TB or 5TB, you didn't specify it. Price without the monitor is ~1500$ which is ~1270 euros. You can take the nVidia 1080 if you are doing much complex work in DaVinciResolve but the 1070 should do ...
Self-built option ~= $1600 (Prices fluctuate daily)
If you're comfortable with building your own systems (It's actually quite easy) I can easily fit it top of the line components for $1594.69. Here's a PC Part Picker list that shows you where you can buy every single component. Also if you choose to tweak the build a bit more yourself, it has a ...
Considering your requirements, I'd recommend Dell's New Inspiron 15 5000 (5567) which goes for about £799 + VAT and delivery. From personal experience, Dell's laptops tend to be decently robust and are of good quality.
Reasons for Recommendation:
Meets All of your Requirements:
7th Gen Kaby Lake i7-7500U @ 2.7GHz
1920x1080 FHD Display
if you can buy the GTX1650, ignore the
R5 2400G = 4 cores 3.6 GHz base 3.9 GHz boost clock RX11 Vega graphics
for the card is far superior to onboard graphics.
So, it's a battle for your budget, when it's time to buy, of the the
R5 1600 = 6 cores 3.2 GHz base 3.6 GHz boost clock
R5 3600 = 6 cores 3.6 GHz base 4.2 GHz boost clock (3500 ...
That should be good enough. I have a slightly worse laptop (aside from GPU) and it can run more intensive things like a Windows virtual machine or Unity game engine without a problem, so you should be fine.
Video editing and rendering is mostly multithreaded, so if frequency obviously matters, core & thread count is the most important.
That is why GPU can be a good solution too. If you planned to put a GPU anyway, that could be an option for faster renderering as a GPU has way more cores than a CPU. In this case, I would recommend a "cheap" 6 cores like ...
For budget, don't go with a laptop unless portability is essential for you. Although the performance gap between laptops and desktops has shrunk with recent CPU and especially GPU series, a laptop capable of good video editing will still cost a lot.
I'm assuming that you're looking for something under ₹70,000 (1029 USD).
For price, I'd highly recommend ...
IMHO AMD is a better bet for your CPU configuration when it comes to video editing, and won't hurt you when you play low and midrange games. This build features better RAM, storage, and GPU power than that listed above, for only ~50 more, and I think it would very much be worth it.
PCPartPicker part list: http://ca.pcpartpicker.com/list/6VgBbj