New Mobile Workstations Launch with NVIDIA Quadro RTX

New systems feature AI, ray tracing and VR.

New systems feature AI, ray tracing and VR.

Workstations launch with NVIDIA Quadro RTX. Image courtesy of NVIDIA.

A  new lineup of Quadro RTX-powered mobile workstations is built with the latest advancements in photorealistic rendering, artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) while on the go, according to NVIDIA.

At the annual Computex conference in Taipei, NVIDIA announced a full range of Turing architecture-based Quadro GPUs for mobile workstations from global system providers such as Dell, HP and Lenovo

Featuring Quadro RTX 5000, 4000 and 3000 GPUs, the mobile workstations are built to deliver desktop-level performance and capabilities in a mobile form factor. 

The latest Quadro RTX mobile workstations ensure that professionals get the best possible experience when working simultaneously with multiple creative applications, regardless of location. It’s made possible by combining RTX-powered advancements in real-time photorealistic rendering, AI acceleration, 8K video editing and VR in sleek mobile designs. 

Mobile workstations with Quadro T2000, T1000, P520 and P620 GPUs are also now available. 

With the introduction of NVIDIA Quadro RTX mobile workstations, professionals can now tap into the power of RTX from anywhere. 

Mobile workstations with the latest NVIDIA GPUs are certified on all professional applications and will be launching throughout the year from global system providers including Dell, HP and Lenovo.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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