NVIDIA Introduces New Studio Laptops With RTX 4000

NVIDIA has announced that new professional-grade Studio laptops equipped with GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards are now available. These laptops have been created to meet the demands of amateurs and professionals 3D modeling design, video editing and other professions that require processing a large amount of visual data, as well as those focused on artificial intelligence.

The laptops that have announced their availability are the MSI Stealth 17 Studio and the Razer blade 18. Both laptops come equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU. These launches come on top of new GeForce RTX 40 Series laptops from ASUS, GIGABYTE and Lenovo designed for the gamer market segment, while also offering some creator-friendly features.

New NVIDIA Studio Laptops Bring the RTX 4000 to the Portable World

The new Studio laptops are characterized by having the following features, according to NVIDIA:

  • Be three times more efficient than previous laptops, to speed up workflows.
  • Capable of taking advantage of NVIDIA RTX technologies, such as DLSS 3.
  • Exclusive access to tools and apps for creative professionals, like NVIDIA Omniverse, Canvas, and Broadcast.
  • Studio drivers that are regularly updated.

Demonstrating the power of the new Studio laptops, NVIDIA has shared how The Artists' Metaverse piece, unveiled at CES, was made by 7 artists working in unison, across 7 different time zones and using a multitude of apps, via NVIDIA Omniverse.
Along with the launch of Studio laptops, NVIDIA has also announced the availability of new GeForce Game Ready drivers, optimized for the best performance on GeForce RTX 40 Series laptops.

The new drivers also enable DLSS 2 and DLSS 3 in PERISH, the four-player FPS that includes ray-traced shadows and reflections, as well as NVIDIA Reflex support, which improves controller response by reducing latency.

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