choose new laptop to run Autodesk Maya 2013+adobe CS6 AF+ Unity3D

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  02 February 2013
Question choose new laptop to run Autodesk Maya 2013+adobe CS6 AF+ Unity3D

i will appreciate if you can help me to decide what's best for me.. so here are some details:

the things I'm planing to work on:

1. complex rigging + modelling

2. fest high quality mental ray rendering - I'm going to render mostly images- not full length movie - in other words - I'm not going to use Maya batch renders all night - but its impotent for me to get really fest renders when i'll render them directly from the rendering window.)

3. working with after and premier - so that i can get live preview without waiting at all

4. working with UNITY3D

what is impotent for me- hardware:

1. SSD 300GB - only for my operating system and software's
2.1-2 Tara 7200 for my files
4. uninterruptable power supply (if their is something like that then great )
5. i don't want it to get warm - I'm going to work on it all day long
6. I'm going to work at offices or at my house - so i can plug it most of the time
7. i don't care so much about the weight
8. i'd like to have big screen- if by any chance theirs something bigger then 17:3 that will be great

about the budget - i'd like to get the best Laptop for my needs... hope the money i saved will be enough.
  02 February 2013
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