A pretty great news for the content creators from around world because NVIDIA Studios have a new lineup of amazing laptops from big tech brands like HP, Acer and MSI lined up for the users to make the maximum use out of.
The launch announcement of these devices was made in COMPUTEX, following the announcement of the GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti.
These new GPUs are ideal for users who intend to spend their time crafting the art of video editing, 3D animation and other freelancing gigs.
Alongside the launch of the latest GPUs, both HP and Acer have announced the launch of new NVIDIA Studio laptops featuring the latest GeForce RTX 30 series with professional RTX GPUs and the latest 11th Gen. Intel Core processors.
Also, the NVIDIA Omniverse app, Machinima if finally available in the beta form and is backed with the NVIDIA Studio drivers for optimal performance.
Expansion of Creative Arsenal
The introduction of the latest GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and 3070 Ti GPUs are curated to offer superior leaps in performance without unnecessary holding back.
The 3080 Ti is developed and regulated for high-end content creation with enhanced boost clock frequency and up to 12GB of virtual graphics memory.
The GPU also makes maximum use of the NVIDIA Ampere architecture, rendering seamless workloads with the latest Tensor cores and RT cores that help get the work done fast and without unnecessary interruptions.
The processors are also designed well enough to offer superior video editing, including the 8K HDR footages as well.
On the other hand, the 3070 Ti is backed with CUDA cores and GDDR6 video memory that enable the content creators to enjoy faster loading times and unmatched performance like no other.
The GPU also supports 3D rendering and smoother video editing results up to 6K HDR footages.
The 3080 Ti GPU is going to be available at a starting price of $1,199 from June 03, 2021 while the 3070 Ti GPU is going to be available at a starting price of $599 around the same time.
Newer Lineup of Studio Laptops
HP, Acer and MSI have come out with new NVIDIA Studio-based laptops, all of which are powered by the latest GeForce RTX 30 Series.
The new laptops are also backed with NVIDIA RTX Professional GPUs and the latest 11th Gen. Intel core processors.
Envy 14 and 15
HP has come out with some two revived versions of the Envy 14 and 15, featuring a stunning and sleek design with color calibrated displays.
The Envy 14 is packed with a compact and ultra-portable design with the GeForce RTX 3050 or 3050 Ti GPU.
The Envy 15, on the other hand, is ideal for creators who deal with heavy-duty graphics and content creation. Ideal for video editing and enhanced video memory, this device is integrated with the GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop GPU.
Following HP’s footsteps, even Acer is introducing some notable upgrades to their ConceptD lineup. The brand is set to release ConceptD Ezel, ConceptD 5 laptop with an all-metal chassis and ConceptD 7.
The new lineup of devices features a range of GPU options for varying performance and overall user experience like no other. The laptops are also expected to be equipped with the Acer’s adjustable 15.6” 4K PANTONE-validated touchscreen display for unmatched performance.
The ConceptD 7 Ezel is expected to come out with the GeForce RTX 3080 GPU and the advanced Pro model of the device will be integrated with the latest NVIDIA RTX A5000 laptop GPU.
Even MSI has a few new laptops lined up for release, including the Creator Z16, Creator 17, WS66 and WS76 as part of NVIDIA Studio program.
The Creator Z16 is the premium laptop, one which is powered by the GeForce RTX 3060 GPUs with the stunning TruePixel display with QHD+ resolutions.
Another amazing news from NVIDIA Studios came out when they announced that their omniverse app, Machinima, was finally available in the beta version. The app uses real-time 3D technologies with game assets, 3D technologies with enhanced visual effects as well.
The Machinima app is based and built using the latest RTX technologies, enabling real-time collaboration and seamless user experience. It gives gamers the free reign to draw, create and develop using Omniverse’s library.
The app is further integrated with a range of amazing advanced physical effects like PhysX 5, Blast and Flow, etc.
All the new laptops and GPUs are backed with the benefits of RTX accelerations and superior optimization options backed by the NVIDIA Studio ecosystem.