We’re continuing the coverage of the latest announcements from NVIDIA‘s RTX GAME ON event. These laptops will come equipped with GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs. Even those who debate the Intel Xeon vs i9 functionalities can agree that these laptops exist to empower the next generation of creativity. What’s more, they bring a host of updates to change how fast creators work. We briefly touched on this subject in our previous article. However, we’ll fully realize the explanation of this technology in this article.
NVIDIA Studio Laptops – Take Control
Starting off, we have the really cool specifics. The new models come equipped with up to 16GB of video memory, pixel-accurate displays with 1440p and 4K options, and GPU acceleration for ray tracing, AI, and video encoding that allow artists to create in record time. These laptops will enable creators to work with huge assets and across multiple apps at the same time. Not only that, but they’ll be able to create at a resolution up to 4K. This brings the perfect balance between pixel density and performance.
So, the NVIDIA Studio Laptops include the following:
- Asus ZenBook Pro Duo UX582
- MSI Creator 15
- Gigabyte Aero 15 and Aero 17
- Razer Blade 15 and Blade Pro 17
You can read more about the Studio laptop models here. There are other improvements that will come with these Laptops such as AI improvements for programs like Photoshop; reduced encoding times up to 75% thanks to the NVIDIA Encoder; and the usual NVIDIA Studio updates that seek to aid creators in their artistic processes.
What do you think about the newest NVIDIA Studio laptops? Are you going to get any of the aforementioned laptops? What are your favorite aspects of being a content creator? Do you like 4K/1440p displays? Do you think you can use the Studio Laptops for ventures other than creation? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.