ASUS unveiled the ProArt StudioBook One at IFA 2019

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    These laptops once again pack in way too much CPU / GPU power into a thin shell, but this time it's a reverse Zephyrus design with the quirky vent that opens when you open the laptop moved to the display instead of the base - see the video demo of the vent.

    At least this has the battery in the keyboard where it is away from any heat generation - all of the CPU / GPU heat is in the screen.

    It also has the Nvidia RTX Quadro 6000 available in the top model... which has been said can be used for gaming.

    The World's Most Powerful Laptop... This is CRAZY! | The Tech Chap
    Published on Sep 5, 2019
    ASUS just unveiled the ProArt StudioBook One at IFA 2019 - and it's the world's first laptop with Nvidia's new RTX Quadro 6000 graphics card. We also get a 4K120 screen and a unique design with the components on the BACK of the screen!
     
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    PROART Launches and Quadro RTX 6000 !
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    Published on Sep 6, 2019
    Leo was over at IFA 2019 this week and he got some time to look at what ASUS had on show.
    Asus at IFA 2019

    ROG Phone II broken down to show the components and development

    Vivobook S14 with ScreenPad (secondary display in the touchpad), Core i7 and MX250 graphics

    ProArt PA329C 32-inch, 600 nits peak brightness, Display HDR600

    ProArt StudioBook One with Core i9-9900HK 8-core/16-thread and Quadro RTX 6000 housed in the lid of the laptop and a 4K display - will it cost £10,000?

    This has been confirmed by nvidia to be a standard chip and not Max-Q. we are awaiting confirmation of the TDP.
    The base under the keyboard is a hefty chunk of metal to balance the laptop and prevent it from tipping over.

    Titanium cooling system, rather than copper, can handle a total TDP of 300W.

    The Quadro RTX 5000 Max-Q is 80W and RTX 5000 (standard) is up to 150W.

    Quadro RTX 6000 is special because it is only available through our reference design which is being productized by Asus. It's 300W total system power and with Optimus and other CPU/GPU power steering technologies it can dynamically shift between CPU or GPU power depending on the application.

    ProArt StudioBook Pro 17, 17-inch screen, Intel Xeon E-2276M, Quadro RTX 3000 Max-Q graphics and Thunderbolt 3

    ProArt PA32UCG display, 32-inch, HDR1600, 120Hz variable refresh rate. Peak brightness 1,600 nits, sustained brightness 1,000 nits.

    ProArt PA27UCX with Mini LED backlights

    ProArt StudioBook Pro X, Quadro RTX 5000 graphics
     
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