1. Watch out for the McAfee Live Safe Premiere Elements problems if that McAfee is the antivirus program.
2. I am using Intel HD Graphics for the computer video card/graphic card and have not had problem with it.
3. Does it come with an extra bay in which to install an internal Blu-ray DVD burner if it does not come with that
type of burner at purchase? Whatever burner you have determine at the onset if Premiere Elements recognizes
your burn in its burn dialog Burner Location field. And, check burn dialog Status to make sure you are getting the
Ready message when the disc is inserted into the burner tray and not "Media Not Preset".
4. If any preinstalled software try to get installation files and serial number if possible.
The specifications do not mention how much VRAM.
I think that those Intel HD Graphics cards typically come with 64 MB of dedicated memory which might be changed to 128 MB in the Bios (I think that the possible set in the Bios might be 32, 64, or 128 MB.)
It will obtain more memory from installed RAM if needed. That is my general understanding.
Need to get more documentation on that, but I believe that it the way it goes.
Is the NVidia Graphics Card GT 720 compatible with Premiere Elements?
Are you looking at NVIDIA GT 720 or GT 720M?
Either way, I suspect it is compatible but my thought is that the answer has to come from trying it in specific computer
environment with a specific version of Premiere Elements.
It is not mentioned in the following, but I suspect that the Adobe document has not been updated
CUDA in any NVIDIA video card/graphics card is meaningful to Premiere Pro, but not Premiere Elements.