Power. Efficiency. Portability.
At Computex, in Taipei, that trend continues. Manufacturers are pouring the power and efficiency of GeForce GTX 800M series of notebook GPUs into notebook designs that can change the way you game.
ASUS announced four new compact notebooks powered by GeForce GTX GPUs. They didn’t stop at putting GeForce GTX GPUs in their premium “N-Series” line of notebooks.
They also added an ultra-slim notebook to their Republic of Gamers lineup, the GX500. Just 19mm thick, this new gaming system has performance and style. Yet it’s thin enough to throw into your backpack or carry on without thinking about weight or bulk.
ASUS isn’t alone in introducing ultra-light, ultra-powerful designs. When it comes to big performance in small packages, the new Aorus X3 stands out.
This 13-inch gaming machine weighs 1.7 kilograms. But it packs a wallop with a GeForce GTX 870M, our second-fastest notebook GPU. It even boasts an UHD display. If “performance density” were a hardware spec, this tiny machine would top the charts.
If you’re looking for serious gaming without advertising in neon lights that you’re a serious gamer, the new HP Envy notebooks with GeForce GTX GPUs are for you. Coming in 17-, 15- and 14-inch models, these notebooks wear the class of a premium HP system. But they carry the heart and soul of a GeForce GTX gaming PC.
What makes these new gaming notebooks extraordinary isn’t just performance. It’s the full complement of gamer tech that the modern gamer needs. GeForce Experience software is pre-installed, so gamers will get great technologies like ShadowPlay, GameStream and our new Battery Boost technology.
NVIDIA ShadowPlay technology uses dedicated GPU hardware to save Full HD, high-quality video or stream to Twitch.tv. GameStream lets you access your GeForce GTX-powered PC and stream it to a GameStream-ready device anywhere you are. And GeForce Battery Boost extends battery gaming time, so you can finish your frag-session without worrying about running out of juice.
From silicon to software, GeForce GTX GPUs continue to lead the way.