Razer and Acer boost laptops with new Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000

CNET | 5/27/2019 | Lori Grunin
marishamarisha (Posted by) Level 3
Click For Photo: https://cnet1.cbsistatic.com/img/pjgF1Cj9i2iwObn5fiomwHooXnA=/756x567/2019/02/26/31bdff65-55e4-4002-9bb4-cf697901369a/14-razer-blade-advanced-2019.jpg

The Razer Blade 15 in Mercury White.

Nvidia's early Computex announcement of its Turing-architecture mobile Quadro GPUs, headlined by the RTX 5000, may not have its typical accompanying flurry of partner system launches. But given that these promise to be pricey systems for a niche set of creators, well, "flurry" is relative. Among the the first 17 snowflakes to fall with Nvidia's new RTX Studio badging are models from Razer and Acer.

Quadro - RTX - Time - Manufacturers - Chip

The new Quadro RTX 5000 laptops represent the first time manufacturers have been able to incorporate a chip with its level of power -- it's a workstation-class version of the consumer GeForce GTX 2080 Max-Q with 16GB RAM -- into Max-Q laptop designs. That means no more having to schlep a 10-pound Windows system or underpowered MacBook Pro for, say, onsite video editing. And photographers can finally get the 10-bit color support in Windows (i.e., Photoshop) that they need in a truly portable machine.

Razer will be offering higher-specced models of its Blade 15 Advanced with the OLED display and Blade 17 Pro, the Blade 15 Studio Edition and Blade Pro 17 Studio Edition, both in Mercury White and boosted to...
(Excerpt) Read more at: CNET
Wake Up To Breaking News!
One of the countries we liberated was Russia, too bad it seems to have cost us our liberty.
Sign In or Register to comment.

Welcome to Long Room!

Where The World Finds Its News!