Introducing RTX Studio Laptops
NVIDIA has always strived to extend the PC gaming market by revolutionising computer graphics. Their mission has most recently been demonstrated through a new initiative aimed at Creative Professionals – new RTX Studio Laptops.
Crafted with precision, the high-performance software has been optimised for top digital content creation, aimed at creative industries. NVIDIA’s design provides creators with not only a specifically qualified and high-performance system but also the ability to operate wherever and whenever.
Nvidia RTX Studio Laptops deliver dramatic improvements in the production and function of many everyday creative apps, paired with mobile capabilities that modernize a process that once required a whole studio.
The new Laptops have been specifically designed to support the NVIDIA GPU ray tracing technology. Ray tracing creates realistic lighting effects using specific rendering techniques and its most prominent applications are placed within the video game industry. However, ray tracing is also expanding into a variety of enterprise areas including architecture, product design and scientific visualisation. There are a varied collection of Companies that are now using ray tracing in their workflows according to NVIDIA, and these include Pixar, New Balance and Renault, our everyday brands. In the present, there are 27 RTX Studio devices from every major original equipment manufacturer (OEM), consisting of companies like Lenovo, Dell, Asus, Razer and HP.
The features that enhance the NVIDIA RTX Studio Laptops consumer satisfaction include features like a minimum of 16GB RAM, Max-Q graphics technology to avoid overheating and all in a light and thin design. Core i7 and i9 CPUs is mandatory, up to 4K HDR displays and SSD storage. The laptops facilitate and deliver capabilities to Creators such as real-time ray tracing, advanced AI and video editing, all in an ultra-high resolution.
At the centre of this technology are the NVIDIA GeForce and Quadro RTX GPU, technologies that have enabled the creation of some of the biggest films and games. The graphics processing units enable creators to form incredibly realistic content at a faster rate by accelerating video and photo editing, as well as increasing rendering and animation processing speeds. In other words, creators are now able to create content at the speed of their imagination, wherever they desire.
Along with the new systems, NVIDIA also recently announced the introduction of a new Studio Driver, aimed at content creators who prioritise cohesion and excellence for the process of creative workflows that can include video editing, animation, photography, graphic design, and livestreaming. The studio driver adds support for 30-bit colour, the technology that enables one to work with HDR imagery ensuring complete accuracy, in OpenGL applications such as Adobe Photoshop.
It is important to note that laptops must have at least 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, Core i7 or Core i9 CPUs and Nvidia GPUs ranging from the RTX 2060 to the new Quadro RTX 3000-series chips to be eligible for as a Studio Laptop program.
This contemporary, high-performance technology that has been introduced by NVIDIA allows anyone to take the creation of content to the next level.
|Lenovo P53||Intel Xeon E-2276M – 2.80GHz- 6 Core 32GB DDR4 1TB SSD State Drive PCIe-NVME 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare, 500 nits NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000- 16GB GDDR6||£39.00 per week|
|MSI WS65||Intel Core i7-9750H- 2.6GHz- 6 Core 16GB DDR4 1TB SSD PCIe-NVME 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000- 6GB GDDR6||£21.80 per week|
|Dell Precision 7740||Intel Core i7-9850H- 2.6GHz- 6 Core 32GB DDR4 512GB SSD State Drive PCIe-NVME 17.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) Ultrasharp, anti-glare NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000- 6GB GDDR6||£21.80 per week|
|Dell Precision 7540||Intel Core i7-9750H- 2.6GHz- 6 Core 16GB DDR4 256GB SSD State Drive PCIe-NVME 15.4" FHD (1920 x 1080) Ultrasharp, anti-glare NVIDIA Quadro RTX 3000- 6GB GDDR6||£20.90 per week|