NVIDIA announced the new NVIDIA Studio Series of laptops, a line of notebooks aimed at creators with built-in RTX 4070, RTX 4060, and RTX 4050 graphics cards to power creators.
The first devices include ASUS’ ROG Flow Z13, Gigabyte’s Aero 14/16 and Samsung’s Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, and NVIDIA says these new devices are thinner, faster and quieter, with substantial performance improvements over the previous generation.
With DLSS, NVIDIA Ada Lovelace GPU architecture and fifth-generation Max-Q technology to deliver greater efficiency in the latest NVIDIA Studio notebooks, these devices are naturally supported by NVIDIA Studio technologies, including hardware acceleration for 3D, video, and AI workflows, hardware acceleration for RTX for more than 110 creative software Optimization.
NVIDIA says the RTX 4070 offers advanced video editing and 3D rendering capabilities, with which creators can.
- Quickly decode 6K RAW HDR video
- Export AV1 video using 8th generation encoders
- Increase performance by 40% with GPU acceleration
- Easily tackle large projects with third-generation RT kernels
NVIDIA Studio for RTX 4060 offers 8GB of video memory for video editing, 3D modeling and animation, and more: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/studio/laptops-desktops/