Updated: Feb 14, 2019
Some of you who read CNET might be saying "dude you totally jacked their post" and you are sort of right. However, if you actually read it, they literally gave 4 examples of PC's that could run it, non of which were at all popular brands! So here are some popular brands and how well they run. Ill give the tech specs, but for my not-so-tech-savvy readers I will let you know if it can or can't. Lets get started!
Huawei MateBook 13 - YES!
Thin, light & portable: weighs only 2.86 pounds (or less with integrated graphics) and measures 11.26” wide x 8.31” deep x .59” highFullview touch Display: feels larger than 13” - thin Bezel at only 4.4mm, 88% screen-to-body ratio, 2K (2160x1440) touchscreen, 200ppi, 1000: 1 contrast ratioPowerful performance: 8th Gen Intel Core i7 8565Uprocessor boosts performance up to 40% over its predecessor. Nvidia GeForce MX150, perfect for casual gaming and photo editing.Innovative cooling design: Huawei Shark fin design 2.0 cooling solution reaches up to 8, 000 revolutions per minute and increases airflow approximately 25% more than conventional laptop fans
Dell XPS 13 - YES!
But don't download anything else!
3.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) Infinityedge Touch DisplayIntel 7th Gen Kaby Lake i5 7200U Dual-Core
8GB of 2133 MHz LPDDR3 SDRAM
128 GB M.2 SATA SSD;Built-in Webcam,USB 3.0, USB-C, Thunderbolt 3 via USB Type_C, Card Reader: SD family, Network: None, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.1;Windows 10 Home (64-bit) It would work great, especially the refresh rate, but with a 128gb SSD I would get a higher storage!