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Forgive me if there are any uploading mistakes, as I am new to Fred Miranda. For me, productivity in post-processing and viewing images depends on both a high-resolution, high-gamut display and on a decent graphics card/processor combination. Although powerful processing components are not necessary, they can make using Photoshop and Lightroom very efficient, leaving time for other things. Components-wise, if your wife is going to be using her new laptop for occasional image processing, the Nvidia GeForce 740M would most likely be more than enough. I, personally, would choose a rather inexpensive GPU and use any savings for a good, multi-threaded CPU, such as a Core i5 or even an i7, and for a decent screen. Image processing doesn't rely as much on the GPU as it does on the CPU, similarly to in-camera processing.