Laptop or desktop? More info helpful.
A Core i7 is always a good thing for Adobe. You'll want a beefy display card to speed up editing, such as an Nvidia GeForce or Quadro card. I'd spec 16GB RAM as a minimum. An SSD drive is preferable for a system boot drive.
For any NLE application, you should have at least a second, dedicated hard drive for your video assets - don't run it all off a single drive. HD should be 7200rpm high-performance model such as WD Caviar Black or Seagate Barracuda type SATA drive.
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a economic laptop
Then you will get economy performance
Photoshop, probably. Premiere Pro, you won't be happy at all.
Lousy. Although the i7-6700HQ CPU is good, the rest of the system falls way short. The integrated Intel graphics performs about as well in MPE GPU acceleration in Premiere Pro CC as a really-low-end discrete GPU, such as the GeForce 920M with 64-bit DDR3 RAM. And the RAM is running only in single-channel mode due to the use of only a single stick of RAM, which further cripples the performance of the already lousy-performing iGPU (integrated GPU).And with that laptop having room for only a single internal fast disk (which, unfortunately, is already taken up by a slow, lousy 5400 RPM HDD), you will need to rely on external USB 3.0 disks just to even edit efficiently at all on that laptop. And without knowing which brand and model of that laptop, it might as well have only a single DIMM slot total (limiting the maximum RAM capacity to just 8GB) and only one USB 3.0 port (this combination has been typical of low-end Dell laptops for the past few years or so).
Oh, one more thing:
If the display's native resolution is only 1366 x 768, you might not be able to render or export video because critical parts of the interface would be hidden from view, and the "export" button might be completely inaccessable. If this is the case, then you would need an external monitor to run Premiere.