NVIDIA takes Quadro RTX 6000 mobile with ASUS ProArt StudioBook One

NVIDIA today announced the expansion of its RTX Studio program with a new set of laptops, including the first to sport Quadro RTX 6000 graphics. Thew new ASUS ProArt StudioBook One comes packed with NVIDIA's latest mobile graphics chip for professional work, and both companies are touting it as the "world's most powerful laptop."

The ASUS ProArt StudioBook One is meant to give designers, engineers, data scientists, and creatives access to desktop-level performance in a portable package. That's largely helped along by its Quadro RTX 6000 graphics, with includes 24GB of GPU memory, real-time ray tracing, and tools to enhance AI work. The ProArt StudioBook One is also equipped with "ultra-thin" titanium vapor chambers to keep things cool under pressure.

Included NVIDIA Optimus tech enables the laptop to switch between discrete and integrated graphics as needed without needing to restart an application, which should help the laptop remain more power efficient as it crunches through work. The packege is rounded out by a 4K, 120Hz PANTONE-validated display that packs 100 percent coverage of the Adobe RGB gamut.

NVIDIA started its RTX Studio program earlier this year with a focus on certifying laptops that meet certain criteria for getting intense creative and AI workloads done on the go. At IFA 2019, NVIDIA revealed that the RTX Studio range has expanded to include 39 systems, 11 of which recently launched from manufacturers like Acer, HP, and MSI in time for IFA.

The range is about to get bigger as well. As part of its IFA reveals, NVIDIA announced that it has expanded the RTX Studio program to include desktops as well. The expansion launches with six certified desktops from Acer, ASUS, HP, and MSI.

There's no word yet on availability or pricing for the ASUS ProArt StudioBook One.

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