Creative workflows are getting more demanding. Project timelines continue to shrink. And with many people working remotely, a fast and reliable computer is more important than ever.
New NVIDIA-powered laptops and mobile workstations from Dell, HP and Microsoft give creators amazing choices to turn their imagination into actual creations.
These new systems launch just shy of the one-year anniversary of our introduction of NVIDIA Studio, a platform featuring dedicated drivers, performance-enhancing software development kits, and thin and light RTX Studio laptops purpose-built for creators.
Since then, we’ve worked with every major system manufacturer to expand the RTX Studio lineup and provide a wide range of choices that feature NVIDIA Quadro and GeForce RTX GPUs. In total, there are now 78 RTX Studio systems.
Dell-ightful RTX Studio Laptops and Mobile Workstations
Designed to be Dell’s most powerful XPS laptop ever, the XPS 17 muscles through intensive creative projects and gaming alike, with up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics. Thanks to a thin bezel design, it’s the smallest 17-inch laptop, with similar dimensions to a typical 15-inch one.
Packing this much performance into an RTX Studio laptop of this size requires a little engineering ingenuity to keep the system performing smoothly. Under the hood is a new proprietary thermal design that provides more overall airflow and higher sustained performance to fuel the most demanding projects.
Today, Dell announced it has reengineered its Precision workstation portfolio. These RTX Studio mobile workstations are designed to handle demanding workloads like 8K editing, 3D rendering, data analysis and CAD modeling. The Precision 5750 and 7000 series mobile workstations are ISV certified and feature Quadro RTX graphics.
The Dell Precision 5750 allows creators and engineers to see and do more with up to Quadro RTX 3000 graphics and a 16:10, four-sided InfinityEdge (up to HDR 400) display. For editors, engineers and scientists running intensive workloads, the Dell Precision 7550 and Dell Precision 7750 are available with up to Quadro RTX 5000 GPUs. They’ve been reengineered with more power and intelligent performance in an even smaller, lighter footprint.
A Laptop to ENVY
HP’s new Create Ecosystem is empowering creators of all types. That starts with the HP ENVY 15 that’ll be available later this month on HP.com.
The ENVY 15 is an RTX Studio laptop that can be configured with up to a GeForce RTX 2060 GPU for the ultimate in creator performance. It also features an all-aluminum chassis with 82.8 percent screen-to-body ratio, up to a 4K OLED VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black display with touch interface display, 10th gen Intel processors, and gaming-class thermals.
Creative pros will want to keep an eye out for HP’s ZBook Studio and ZBook Create. Shipping later this year, they provide true mobility without compromise, thanks to Quadro and GeForce RTX GPUs, respectively. These systems also feature an 87 percent screen-to-body ratio and bring creators the first DreamColor display with all-day battery life.
Inside the Surface
Microsoft recently announced their most powerful laptop ever, the Surface Book 3. And it’s being powered by Quadro RTX and GeForce GTX graphics. The Surface Book 3 has the power of a desktop, the versatility of a tablet and the freedom of a thin and light laptop in one beautifully designed device.
In addition to NVIDIA graphics, the Surface Book 3 can be configured with 10th Generation Intel Core processors, up to 32GB of RAM, the fastest SSD Microsoft has ever shipped, a beautifully crisp, high-DPI PixelSense display, and up to 17.5 hours of battery life.
Surface Book 3 starts at $1,599 and will be available starting May 21.
GPU-Accelerated Exports in Adobe Premiere Pro
These new laptops will take advantage of over 200 NVIDIA GPU-accelerated creative and design applications, including one major addition released just yesterday.
Adobe Premiere Pro is helping content creators go from concept to completion faster with new GPU-accelerated exports. With NVIDIA encoder acceleration in Adobe Premiere Pro, editors can export high-resolution videos up to five times quicker than on CPU.
Creators can still take advantage of a limited time offer. Purchase a new RTX Studio laptop or desktop and both new and existing Adobe users get a free three-month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud.
These new laptops, along with 10 recently announced RTX Studio laptops powered by new GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs, are powering the creative intersection between imagination and innovation.